The Sixth International Conference «Computing for Physics and Technology (CPT2018)» was held in one of the most picturesque places in the Moscow Region — in the TsarGrad Hotel, Pushchino (Spas-Teshilovo). The dates of the conference are May 28-31, 2018. The conference was dedicated to the memory of S.V. Klimenko.

A year has passed since our traditional international conference CPT2017. Our conference, as always, strives to think beautifully, without destroying the past, relying on the present, and with a clear focus on the future. The reports at our conference are scientifically grounded, based on weighty scientific and historical experience, experimental basis and unshakable fundamental laws.

Import substitution requires the country’s most breakthrough technologies and ambitious projects, on which, by the way, not only Russian scientists, but also their colleagues from many countries of the world are actively working.

One of the reports presented at our conference «Development of methods for statistical analysis of data for assessing the characteristics of» visual perception — action «in the virtual environment of simulators» touches upon the topic of image processing by the brain and its stabilization.

The work «Multi-instrumental interface for working with digital holograms in a virtual environment (virtual reality)» aims to show the relevance of virtual reality as a means of interacting with data obtained by digital holographic microscopy methods.

If we compose a dictionary, then we arrange all the words in it in the alphabetical order of the corresponding language. This is a global principle of vocabulary work in any country. It is not suitable for a collection of images, which, like words, try to represent and explain certain things, states or events behind the image. We have to look for a different way of representing images in their various combinations. This is the subject of A.B. Solomonik’s article «Human-Signed Interfaces (a report on the results of a year-long work on the creation of a»Dictionary of images universal in content»). As a result of many attempts and on the basis of previous research experience in this direction, it was concluded that for large collections of images, the organizing principle can only be an idea hidden behind the image, which will be equally understandable in any cultural tradition of any nation on earth, although it is all times will be expressed in its own way.

Information processes take place in the world of signs. In one way or another, people participate in them. This means that the cognitive models that are implemented in them, one way or another, are based on semiotic, that is, humanitarian technologies or universals. In recent years, especially with the advent of social networks, models and universals based on the sciences of communication, and above all on the most ancient of them — rhetoric, are beginning to play more and more importance. The problems of applicability of these models to information practice are discussed in a series of articles written by our students under the guidance of Ph.D., associate professor Rykov V.V.

APCS is a whole range of solutions that provide automation of the main operations of the technological process, in particular, at nuclear power plants. The directions of development of APCS, requiring the solution of problems by new methods of visualization of processed information and personnel training, are highlighted in the works of our graduate student M.A. Khlamov. under the guidance of Ph.D., associate professor V.F. Zakharushkin.

An interesting work is «The technology of analysis of weakly formalized data of multisensor systems using the methods of distributed expertise» (the authors are Doctor of Technical Sciences A. Zakharova and PhD Podvesovskiy A.G.). It presents the technology of adaptable multilevel analysis of weakly formalized data of multisensor systems, when information sources are characterized by heterogeneity, and decision-making is interdisciplinary. The structure of the data analysis process at different levels of their presentation is considered. For the implementation of individual stages of data analysis, a distributed expertise is proposed, which provides opportunities for geographically distributed interaction of experts in different fields, as well as mechanisms for ensuring consistency and convergence of the results of expert assessment.

No less interesting is the work of our students V.I. Berzin. and Kakurnikov N.A. «Development of motion control methods for a two-wheeled mobile robot». The paper discusses methods for planning and controlling the movement of a mobile robot. The executive system is modeled on the example of a two-wheel drive platform with an array of directional rangefinders.

With the automatic analysis of texts for the presence of an object of interest, there is a problem of identifying its presence in difficult cases, especially when several interpretations are possible. It is also assumed that the automatic recognition system copes with the analysis of most texts and can single out relatively rare cases where the “intelligence” of the system is not enough to reliably identify the desired meaning in the text. These cases should be forwarded by the system to certified experts or their teams for further analysis. In this case, two problems arise. The first is that information is required on the intellectual potential of experts and, accordingly, on the methodology for obtaining this characteristic. The second problem is the fair assessment of each expert’s contribution to the overall work. A series of articles written by a group of specialists with the participation of our students, under the guidance of PhD Charnine M.M.

Is nuclear power dangerous? This question has been especially often asked in recent times, especially after accidents at well-known nuclear power plants. And if there is still a danger, then how can the risk of unpleasant consequences of an accident be reduced? And where is the reason for this or that hazard factor? In the area of ​​anticipating threats, original research is being carried out, the results of which are presented in a series of articles written by students of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and Moscow State University. Lomonosov under the guidance of Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor Berberova M.A.

Important and interesting problems are raised in the articles of a group of authors under the guidance of Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor S.I. Rotkov. In particular, the problem of automated synthesis of a preliminary frame model of a three-dimensional object according to a technical drawing containing cuts and sections is discussed. The described process makes it possible to expand the capabilities of the synthesis algorithm for an electronic model of a 3D object according to the data of a technical drawing developed by the Nizhny Novgorod scientific geometric school under the guidance of Professor S.I. Rotkov. The complexities of formalizing the analysis of images that make up the content of a technical drawing impose restrictions on the input information of algorithms that solve the synthesis problem, therefore, work on expanding the classes of input information is relevant and in demand.

Key dates

  • Deadline for accepting materials for section reports
    03/15/2018 at 23:59 Moscow time
  • Review materials and notify participants
  • Acceptance of final versions of articles
    until 04.10.2018
  • The final decision of the program committee on the acceptance of articles for participation
  • Publication of the conference program


For organizational matters, you can contact the Executive Secretary of the Conference, Maria Berberova:
tel.:  +7 (916) 507-57-99

Conference program

The full program of the event is available here: 

Proceedings of the Conference

Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference CPT2018 are available by clicking the button:


Hotel Tsargrad (Moscow region, Serpukhov district, village Spas-Teshilovo, 3):

The country hotel «Tsargrad» is located on the banks of the Oka River in close proximity to the Prioksko-Terrasny Reserve, an hour’s comfortable drive from Moscow along the highway (Simferopol highway). A distinctive feature of the hotel is the luxurious “a la rus” stylization in architecture and interiors. All furniture and decorative elements of the hotel’s decoration are the result of handmade, custom-made. The hotel meets all the requirements of a modern guest — comfort, hospitality, service — everything, as in the best world resorts.

The remoteness from the capital and the proximity of the forest of the nature reserve provide a special ecological uniqueness of the area where the hotel is located. The Prioksko-Terrasny Biosphere Reserve with picturesque landscapes is the only reserve in the Moscow region.

The hotel has all the conditions for conferences and seminars, teambuilding programs, family vacations and recreation with children, and celebrations.

Organizing committee

Honorary Chairman — Academician of RAS A. S. Bugaev, Presidium of RAS, MIPT, IRE RAS

Andrey Butko, JSC «Rusatom ASU» — Deputy Chairman of the Organizing Committee

Georgy Gens, LANIT — General sponsor

Maria Berberova, JSC «Rusatom ASU» — Executive Secretary

Nadezhda Shalashilina, LANIT — Honorary Secretary

Vladimir Zakharushkin, JSC «Rusatom ASU» — Chairman of the jury of the competition of student works

Andrey Klimenko, ICPT — Technical Director

Vladimir Pestrikov, MIPT — Head of Volunteers

Rashid Zalyalov, ICPT — Deputy Chairman of the Organizing Committee

Ravshan Burkhonov, MIPT — webmaster

Program committee

Chairman: Sergey Rotkov, NNGASU

Members of the Program Committee:

Aleshin Vladimir (MIPT), Astakhov Yuri (ICPT), Afanasiev Valery (MIPT), Bobkov Valery (IAPU FEB RAS), Bondarev Alexander (IPM RAS), Brusentsev Peter (AVILab), Vasin Yuri (UNN), Velbitsky Igor (Glushkov Foundation, Ukraine), Valery Vengrinovich (IPF NAS, Belarus), Vyacheslav Wolfenhagen (MEPhI, MIPT), V.A.Galaktionov. (IPM RAS), Debelov Victor (ICMiMG SB RAS), Dizhevsky Andrey (ICPT), Dolgovesov Boris (IA&E SB RAS), Eremchenko Evgeniy (Neogeography), Zhdanov Alexander (ITMiVT), Zakharushkin Vladimir (MIPT), Ievleva Olga ( Southern Federal University), Islamov Rustam (MIPT), Kirillov Igor (MIPT), Klementyev Alexander (USA), Klimenko Alexander (USA), Klimenko Andrey (ICPT), Kruzhalin Victor (Moscow State University, Geofak), Crimean Kirill (MIPT), Kunitskiy Igor (RDTeKh), Kopylov Andrey (TulSU), Lavrentiev Mikhail (NSU), Malofeev Valery (PRAO), Massel Lyudmila (ISEM SB RAS), Mestetskiy Leonid (Moscow State University), Minaev Vladimir (MVTU), Muratova Galina (SFedU), Nikitin Igor (ICPT), Nikitina Lyalya (ICPT), Orlov Dmitry (ICPT, RGGU), Orlova Natalia (RSCI, eLibrary), Orlov Yuri (IPM RAS), Pirogov Yuri (IHEP), Raikov Alexander (Analytical agency «New Strategies»), Leonid Reingold (RDTeH), John Roseman (Belarus, USA), Alexey Romanov (MIPT), Sergey Rotkov (NNGA-SU), Alexander Sigov (MIREA), Evgeniy Slobodyuk (MIPT), Yuri Smetanin (RFBR), Mikhail Sudeikin (MIPT), Vyacheslav Stolin (ITEP), Tiras Kharlampy (PushGENI), Alexey Tolok (IPU RAS), Sergey Tyulbashev (PRAO), Alexander Holevo (MI RAS), Sergey Tsyganov (RFBR), Andrey Chepovsky (HSE), Vladimir Yurovitsky (ICPT).
IPC Members: Beckhaus Steffi (Germany), Sabine Coquillart (INRIA, France), Gavrilova Marina (University of Calgary, Canada), Wolfgang Heiden (BRS, Germany), Hagen Hans (Germany), Andre Hinkenjann (IVC BRS, Gemany), Hui-Huang Hsu (Taipei), Lian Li (HeFei University of Technology, China), Iglesias Andres (University of Cantabria, Spain), Michalcak Georg (Switzerland), Magnenat-Thalmann Nadia (Switzerland), Mura Gianluca (Politecnico Di Milano, Italy), Nam Ling (Santa Clara University, USA), Nielson Gregory (USA), Dimitri Plemenos (France), Paltashev Timour (USA), Prasolova- Forland Ekaterina (NTNU, Norway), Qing Li (City University of Hone Kong), Samet Refik (Ankara Uni, Turkey), Savchenko Vladimir (Hosei University, Japan), Seaman Bill (Duke Uni, USA), Sourin Alexei (NTU, Singapore), Sourina Olga (FhG IGD, Germany), Jiao Ying Shi (P.R.China), Shih Timothy K. (Taipei), Skala Vaclav (Czech Republic), Solomonick Abraham (Israel), Thalmann Daniel (Switzerland), Wetzel Iryna (Intergraph, Switzerland), Wolodchenko Alexander (Germany), Yunjun Gao (Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, P.R.China), Yanchun Zhang (Victoria University, Australia; Fudan University, Shanghai, P.R.China).


General sponsors:

Russian Foundation for Basic Research
JSC «Rusatom ASU»
LANIT Corporation
RDTECH CJSC (information technology)

Organizers and sponsors:

Institute of Computing for Physics and Technology,

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology,

International Nuclear Safety Center,

RTSoft CJSC (automation means and systems),

Printing Association «PRINT-Atelier»,

Institute of Applied Mathematics named after MV Keldysh RAS,

Research Institute of High-Tech Computer Technologies, ITMO University,

Department of Engineering Geometry, computer graphics and computer-aided design of NNGASU


Institute of Computing for Physics and Technology
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