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Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Institute of Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy**

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In the 10-th Symposium we foresee the following

- Symmetries in String Theory, Supergravity, Quantum Gravity (1)

- Symmetries in Cosmology and Astrophysics (2)

- Gauge, Noncommutative, Conformal Field Theories (3)

- Integrable Systems (4)

- Quantum Computing, Information and Control (5)

- Foundations of Quantum Theory (6)

- Quantum Optics, Coherent States, Wigner Functions (7)

- Dynamical Systems (8)

- Symmetries in Statistical Physics (9)

- Symmetries in Condensed Matter Physics (10)

- Symmetries in Nuclear, Atomic and Molecular Physics (11)

- Symmetries in Chemistry, Biology and other Sciences (12)

(The above numbering is for (optional) use when filling the Registration form.)

(For previous Workshops see: http://theo.inrne.bas.bg/~dobrev/ .) The Workshop will be represented by several plenary speakers and parallel sessions on:

- Representation Theory (13)

- Infinite-Dimensional Lie Groups and Algebras (14)

- Algebraic Geometry and Number Theory (15)

- Superalgebras and Supergroups (16)

- Quantum Groups and Noncommutative Geometry (17)

- Special Functions (18)

- Symmetries of Linear and Nonlinear PDO (19)

- Methods of Mathematical Physics (20)

- Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (Grants)

- International Association of Mathematical Physics

L. Bonora (SISSA)

L. Brink (Goeteborg)

A. Connes (IHES)

R. Dijkgraaf (Amsterdam)

M.R. Douglas (Stony Brook)

B. Dragovich (Belgrade)

L.D. Faddeev † (St. Petersburg)

S. Ferrara (CERN)

K. Fredenhagen (Hamburg)

H. Grosse (Vienna)

E. Ivanov (JINR)

M. Jimbo (Tokyo)

B. Julia (Paris)

V.G. Kac (MIT)

L.H. Kauffman (Chicago)

E. Kiritsis (Crete)

T. Kobayashi (Tokyo)

S. Majid (London)

A. Morozov (Moscow)

W. Nahm (DIAS)

K. Narain (ICTP)

H. Nicolai (Potsdam)

S. Randjbar-Daemi (ICTP)

A. Sudbery (York)

I.T. Todorov (Sofia)

P. Winternitz (Montreal)

E. Witten (Princeton)

C. Burdik (Prague)

V.K. Dobrev (Sofia), Chairman

H.-D. Doebner (Clausthal), Honorary chairman

V.I. Manko (Moscow)

M.A. del Olmo (Valladolid)

G.S. Pogosyan (Guadalajara and Yerevan)

A. Shapere (Lexington)

P. Suranyi (Cincinnati)

L.C.R. Wijewardhana (Cincinnati)

K.B. Wolf (Cuernavaca)

The most convenient way to travel from abroad is by plane to Varna airport. In the summer there are many regular (daily) flights to Varna from many European cities and regular daily flights from Sofia (Bulgaria's capital). The latter is connected with Europe's major cities by regular daily flights. Travel by train is to Varna railway station. The airport (railway station) is about 15 km (8 km) from the Conference site with direct bus connections. Detailed travel information is given (among other important things) in the FAQs button above.

Prof. V.K. Dobrev

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy

72 Tsarigradsko Chaussee

1784 Sofia

Bulgaria

Phone: +359 2 9795530

Fax: +359 2 9753619

E-mails: QTS10.LT12@abv.bg, dobrev@inrne.bas.bg, vkdobrev@yahoo.com,

Vladimir.Dobrev@cern.ch (back-up)

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