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Symmetry 2021 - The 3rd International Conference on Symmetry

8–13 Aug 2021

Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science, Biology
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Warmest congratulations on the success of the 3rd International Conference on Symmetry (Symmetry 2021). Many thanks for your participation.

The winners of the conference awards will be announced soon.

All talks have been live streamed via Zoom and recorded, the recordings will be publicly on the symmetry2021 website soon.

Participants are cordially invited to contribute with a full manuscript to our Special Issue "Selected Papers Symmetry 2021—The Third Edition of the International Conference on Symmetry" in the journal Symmetry (submission deadline: 8 October 2021).

See you at the next edition!

Welcome from the Chairs

Dear Colleagues,

This third edition of the International Conference on Symmetry, supported by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and the MDPI journal Symmetry, sponsored by The Foundational Questions Institute (FQXi) and Center for Advanced Studies in Mathematics, will be held entirely online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, from 8 August to 13 August 2021.

We welcome interdisciplinary interaction between different fields of science and we intend to follow in the footsteps of Hermann Weyl, a man responsible for important progress in the field of symmetry in math and physics. He expressed great interest in symmetry in many additional fields of science, as explored in his eye opening book "Symmetry". As expressed by Weyl, symmetry is a fundamental phenomenon in nature and all sciences. This event, therefore, aims to promote the discussion and exchange of cutting edge knowledge and ideas of symmetry in a variety of subjects ranging from physics, chemistry, mathematics, and computer science, to biology.

Symmetry 2021 is a follow up to two very successful conferences, entitled "Symmetry 2017—The First International Conference on Symmetry", held in October 2017 in Barcelona, Spain, and "Symmetry 2019—The Second International Conference on Symmetry" in Benasque, Spain.

Registration is free for the submission and the live sessions.

Organizational questions and sponsorship opportunities can be directed to the Secretariat ([email protected]), and content questions should go to Prof. Eduardo Guendelman.

We look forward to having you join us at this exciting event.

Best regards

Eduardo Guendelman
On behalf of the Organization Committee

Conference Secretariat

Ms. Demi Liu
Ms. Dalia Su
Mr. Philip Li
Ms. Ella Li
Ms. Lee Li

Email: [email protected]

Please feel free to download our Symmetry 2021 flyer.

Conference Chairs

Professor Eduardo Guendelman

Department of Physics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Website

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Professor Sergei D. Odintsov

ICREA, Spain and Institute of Space Sciences (IEECI-CSIC), Spain Website

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Professor Thomas Curtright

Department of Physics, University of Miami, USA Website

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Professor Raz Zarivach

Department of Life Sciences, Ben Gurion University of the NEGEV

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Structural biology aims to understand the chemistry, interactions and basic biological functions governed by the three-dimensional structure of macromolecules. Knowledge of the 3-D structure of a protein can provide enormous basic scientific insight into the function of that protein, facilitating elucidation of its biochemical function and its interactions with other proteins, RNA, DNA, or membranes in the cell. X-ray crystallography and cryo-EM are the most prolific techniques for the structural analysis of proteins and protein complexes. Using X-ray crystallography and cryo-EM, we can now realize to the high-resolution range, up to atomic or even electronic details, enabling a full coverage understanding of macromolecules and their interactions. Current Projects 1. Structural studies of magnetosome associated proteins. Magnetotactic bacteria are a phylogenetically and morphologically diverse group of microorganisms that share an ability to create magnetosomes, biomineral organelles that sense geomagnetic fields and aid the bacteria to align themselves accordingly. The magnetosome organelle comprises aligned 30-50 nm iron oxide magnetite crystals, surrounded by a lipid bilayer membrane vesicle. There are several types of magnetosome-forming proteins all encoded by genes within a genomic island common to magnetotactic bacteria. These proteins include a set of incorporated membrane proteins that facilitate vesicle formation, vesicle localization and iron transport and a set of proteins that control magnetite formation and size. In my lab, we are tackling the structure-function relationships of these proteins. 2. Structural studies of cation diffusion facilitators (CDF), a special family of cation transporters. Cation diffusion facilitator (CDF) proteins constitute a group of heavy metal ion efflux transporters that participate in metal ion homeostasis and can be found in all domains of life. Members of the CDF protein family – functional in their dimeric form and comprising a transmembrane domain (TMD) and a cytoplasmic C-terminal domain (CTD) – exploi

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Structural biology aims to understand the chemistry, interactions and basic biological functions governed by the three-dimensional structure of macromolecules. Knowledge of the 3-D structure of a protein can provide enormous basic scientific insight into the function of that protein, facilitating elucidation of its biochemical function and its interactions with other proteins, RNA, DNA, or membranes in the cell. X-ray crystallography and cryo-EM are the most prolific techniques for the structural analysis of proteins and protein complexes. Using X-ray crystallography and cryo-EM, we can now realize to the high-resolution range, up to atomic or even electronic details, enabling a full coverage understanding of macromolecules and their interactions. Current Projects 1. Structural studies of magnetosome associated proteins. Magnetotactic bacteria are a phylogenetically and morphologically diverse group of microorganisms that share an ability to create magnetosomes, biomineral organelles that sense geomagnetic fields and aid the bacteria to align themselves accordingly. The magnetosome organelle comprises aligned 30-50 nm iron oxide magnetite crystals, surrounded by a lipid bilayer membrane vesicle. There are several types of magnetosome-forming proteins all encoded by genes within a genomic island common to magnetotactic bacteria. These proteins include a set of incorporated membrane proteins that facilitate vesicle formation, vesicle localization and iron transport and a set of proteins that control magnetite formation and size. In my lab, we are tackling the structure-function relationships of these proteins. 2. Structural studies of cation diffusion facilitators (CDF), a special family of cation transporters. Cation diffusion facilitator (CDF) proteins constitute a group of heavy metal ion efflux transporters that participate in metal ion homeostasis and can be found in all domains of life. Members of the CDF protein family – functional in their dimeric form and comprising a transmembrane domain (TMD) and a cytoplasmic C-terminal domain (CTD) – exploi

Conference Committee

Professor Boris Malomed

Department of Interdisciplinary Studies The Iby and Aladar Fleischman Faculty of Engineering, Tel Aviv University ISRAEL

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Nonlinear optics, optical solitons, optical communications Dynamics of Bose-Einstein condensates and matter waves Nonlinear dynamical lattices Pattern formation in nonlinear dissipative media, Ginzburg-Landau equations Dynamics of long Josephson junct

Research Keywords
Nonlinear optics, optical solitons, optical communications Dynamics of Bose-Einstein condensates and matter waves Nonlinear dynamical lattices Pattern formation in nonlinear dissipative media, Ginzburg-Landau equations Dynamics of long Josephson junct

Professor Emil Horozov

Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, University of Sofia, Bulgaria

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Mathematics;Mathematical physics

Research Keywords
Mathematics;Mathematical physics

Dr. Ivan Horozov

Washington University in St. Louis, USA

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Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry, more specifically themes related to arithmetic groups

Research Keywords
Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry, more specifically themes related to arithmetic groups

Professor Yehuda Band

Department of Chemistry, Department of Physics, Department of Electro-Optics, and Ilse Katz Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology Ben-Gurion University

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Collision theory, quantum mechanical scattering, light scattering, nonlinear optics, electro-optics and quantum-optics, laser physics, atomic and molecular physics, chemical dynamics, dissociation of molecules, charge exchange processes, electron transpor

Research Keywords
Collision theory, quantum mechanical scattering, light scattering, nonlinear optics, electro-optics and quantum-optics, laser physics, atomic and molecular physics, chemical dynamics, dissociation of molecules, charge exchange processes, electron transpor

Professor Rui Tamura

Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, Japan

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Organic Chemistry , Functions・Properties・Materials, Separation Refining and Identification

Research Keywords
Organic Chemistry , Functions・Properties・Materials, Separation Refining and Identification

Dr. Ran Zalk

National Institute for Biotechnology in the Negev (NIBN), Be’er Sheva Area, Israel

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biology; biochemistry; structural ; electron microscopy

Research Keywords
biology; biochemistry; structural ; electron microscopy

Dr. Gabriel Frank

Department of life Sciences, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

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The conformations of ABC exporters in a lipid environment ABC exporters are molecular machines which use the energy of the cell to pump diverse chemicals across membranes. They participate in numerous biological processes, such as cell detoxification,

Research Keywords
The conformations of ABC exporters in a lipid environment ABC exporters are molecular machines which use the energy of the cell to pump diverse chemicals across membranes. They participate in numerous biological processes, such as cell detoxification,

Professor Miriam Cohen

Mathematics Department, Ben-Gurion university of the Negev, Israel

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Hopf algebras and quantum groups and their applications to physics. Non-commutative ring theory.

Research Keywords
Hopf algebras and quantum groups and their applications to physics. Non-commutative ring theory.

Prof. Dr. Amichay Vardi

Department of Chemistry, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

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We study the theory of ultracold quantum gases of bosons, fermions, and their mixtures. The current focus is on quantum, many-body dynamical effects in four paradigmatic systems: (a) Bosonic Josephson junctions and double-well atom interferometers (b) Ato

Research Keywords
We study the theory of ultracold quantum gases of bosons, fermions, and their mixtures. The current focus is on quantum, many-body dynamical effects in four paradigmatic systems: (a) Bosonic Josephson junctions and double-well atom interferometers (b) Ato

Professor Kimbal Milton

Homer L. Dodge Department of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Oklahoma, USA

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Professor Vladimir Dobrev

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

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Dr. Inna Entova-Aizenbud

Department of Mathematics, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

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Invited Speakers

Dr. Thorsten Heidersdorf

Mathematisches Institut Universitaet Bonn, Germany

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I will explain what fusion rules and supergroups are, why one might be interested in them from a physics point of view and what is known about them.

Dr. Heidersdorf studied Mathematics and Physics in Heidelberg and Orsay. He received his Ph.D. from Heidelberg in 2013. Subsequently, he was a Ross Assistant Professor at the Ohio State University, a researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, and is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Bonn.

Talk
I will explain what fusion rules and supergroups are, why one might be interested in them from a physics point of view and what is known about them.
Bio
Dr. Heidersdorf studied Mathematics and Physics in Heidelberg and Orsay. He received his Ph.D. from Heidelberg in 2013. Subsequently, he was a Ross Assistant Professor at the Ohio State University, a researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics, and is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Bonn.

Prof. Dr. Daniel Sternheimer

Institut de Mathématiques de Bourgogne, Département de Mathématiques, UFR Sciences et Techniques, Université de Bourgogne, France.,
Department of Mathematics, Rikkyo University, Japan.

DETAILS

Modern science is a Babel tower, the foundations of which are too often forgotten. Yet revolutions may occur when one takes seriously an essential question: ``Is it necessarily so?" Indeed a successful model is based on assumptions that are sufficient to explain existing data, but may not be necessary. That is the mathematical curse of experimental sciences, since one tends not to argue with success (or with what one has been taught) unless one is forced to. In 1960 Wigner (who in 1963 got the Nobel Prize in physics for ``the discovery and applications of fundamental symmetry principles") marvelled about ``the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in the natural sciences," referring mainly to physics. We shall briefly exemplify all this by first explaining how a posteriori relativity and quantum mechanics can be obtained from previously known theories using the mathematical theory of deformations, and by describing some main features of the (successful but probably incomplete) standard model of elementary particles, which arose from empirically guessed symmetries. Finally we indicate how, questioning its foundations, its symmetries could be obtained from those of relativity using deformations (including quantization), which poses hard mathematical problems and may eventually question more than half a century of particle physics. Complementing that approach by using the ``strings framework" is optional.

Lyon University, June 1958: Licencié ès-Sciences Mathématiques" (B.Sc.). Jerusalem (Hebrew University), July 1961: Master of Sciences. Paris University, 19 April 1968: Doctorat ès-Sciences Mathématiques" (D.Sc.) France, 1961 - 2003, Researcher (various levels and affiliations) with Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. 2003 - present: Chercheur associé, Institut de Mathématiques de Bourgogne, and 2004 - 2010, Visiting Professor of mathematics at Keio University (Japan). 2010 - present: Visiting Research Fellow in mathematics, Rikkyo University, Tokyo. May 2002 -- present. Member of the Board of Governors, Ben Gurion University of the Negev (Israel). March 2004: Honorary Professor, Faculty of Physics, St.Petersburg State University, Russia.} Editor of Letters in Mathematical Physics (since 1999) and in a few other journals. Author or co-author of over 90 scientific publications (including two, on deformation quantization, with around 1000 citations and counting).

Talk
Modern science is a Babel tower, the foundations of which are too often forgotten. Yet revolutions may occur when one takes seriously an essential question: ``Is it necessarily so?" Indeed a successful model is based on assumptions that are sufficient to explain existing data, but may not be necessary. That is the mathematical curse of experimental sciences, since one tends not to argue with success (or with what one has been taught) unless one is forced to. In 1960 Wigner (who in 1963 got the Nobel Prize in physics for ``the discovery and applications of fundamental symmetry principles") marvelled about ``the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in the natural sciences," referring mainly to physics. We shall briefly exemplify all this by first explaining how a posteriori relativity and quantum mechanics can be obtained from previously known theories using the mathematical theory of deformations, and by describing some main features of the (successful but probably incomplete) standard model of elementary particles, which arose from empirically guessed symmetries. Finally we indicate how, questioning its foundations, its symmetries could be obtained from those of relativity using deformations (including quantization), which poses hard mathematical problems and may eventually question more than half a century of particle physics. Complementing that approach by using the ``strings framework" is optional.
Bio
Lyon University, June 1958: Licencié ès-Sciences Mathématiques" (B.Sc.). Jerusalem (Hebrew University), July 1961: Master of Sciences. Paris University, 19 April 1968: Doctorat ès-Sciences Mathématiques" (D.Sc.) France, 1961 - 2003, Researcher (various levels and affiliations) with Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. 2003 - present: Chercheur associé, Institut de Mathématiques de Bourgogne, and 2004 - 2010, Visiting Professor of mathematics at Keio University (Japan). 2010 - present: Visiting Research Fellow in mathematics, Rikkyo University, Tokyo. May 2002 -- present. Member of the Board of Governors, Ben Gurion University of the Negev (Israel). March 2004: Honorary Professor, Faculty of Physics, St.Petersburg State University, Russia.} Editor of Letters in Mathematical Physics (since 1999) and in a few other journals. Author or co-author of over 90 scientific publications (including two, on deformation quantization, with around 1000 citations and counting).

Prof. Dr. Boris Tsukerblat

Department of Chemistry, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel

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Boris Tsukerblat, Ph.D.(Kazan, USSR,1967), Dr. of Sciences in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, Tartu, Estonia (1975), Corr. Member of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova (from 10094), Academy of Sciences of Moldova, Institute of Chemistry, Institute of Physics (1965-2002). Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Department of Chemistry (from 2002). Invited Prof.: Univ. Valencia-1993-94, 1996-97, 2003-04, 2017-18; P.M. Curie Univ. 1997-98; Univ. Florence-1992-94. The main topics of research: molecular magnetism, symmetry in chemical applications, vibronic interactions and Jahn-Teller effect in molecules and crystals, spectroscopy of metal complexes and impurity centers in doped crystals. Author or co-author of over 400 scientific publications including four books (citations: 6670 , h=38-Google Scholar).

Molecular magnetism and molecule-based magnetic materials: exchange interactions, double exchange and mixed valence in metal clusters; molecular quantum cellular automata. Cooperative phenomena in molecule based magnets: charge and structural ordering in

Bio
Boris Tsukerblat, Ph.D.(Kazan, USSR,1967), Dr. of Sciences in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, Tartu, Estonia (1975), Corr. Member of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova (from 10094), Academy of Sciences of Moldova, Institute of Chemistry, Institute of Physics (1965-2002). Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Department of Chemistry (from 2002). Invited Prof.: Univ. Valencia-1993-94, 1996-97, 2003-04, 2017-18; P.M. Curie Univ. 1997-98; Univ. Florence-1992-94. The main topics of research: molecular magnetism, symmetry in chemical applications, vibronic interactions and Jahn-Teller effect in molecules and crystals, spectroscopy of metal complexes and impurity centers in doped crystals. Author or co-author of over 400 scientific publications including four books (citations: 6670 , h=38-Google Scholar).
Research Keywords
Molecular magnetism and molecule-based magnetic materials: exchange interactions, double exchange and mixed valence in metal clusters; molecular quantum cellular automata. Cooperative phenomena in molecule based magnets: charge and structural ordering in

Professor Maria Alessandra Ragusa

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Catania, Italy,
RUDN University, Russia

Dr. Victor Berezin

Institute for Nuclear Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

DETAILS

In construction of the conformal invariant Lagrangian we restrict ourselves to the so-called Quadratic Gravity. Then, in the Riemannian geometry there exist only one suitable combination, namely, the square of the Weyl tensor (completely traceless part of the curvature tensor). The corresponding left-hand side of the field equations, the Bach tensor, is linear in the Weyl tensor itself and its second covariant derivatives. But, for any homogeneous and isotropic cosmological space-time (i.e., Robertson-Walker metric with arbitrary scale factor) the Weyl tensor is identically aero. Thus, any cosmological metric is the vacuum solution of the Weyl gravity in the framework of the Riemannian geometry – no matter at all! In 1919 Hermann Weyl invented a new geometry, which is now called the Weyl geometry. He introduced some 1-form and incorporated it into the connections by demanding that the new covariant derivative of the metric tensor coefficient equals this 1-form times that very coefficient. Then, he showed that in order these new connections to be conformal invariant, the 1-form must behave under the conformal transformation of the metric as the gauge field. It was the great discovery! How about the cosmology in the Weyl geometry? We started with construction the Lagrangian for the single particle moving in the given gravitational field in the Weyl geometry and discovered that there may exist some new interaction, absent in the Riemannian geometry (and, particularly, in General Relativity). This is due to the existence of the yet another invariant, namely, the contraction of the 1-form with the particle four-velocity vector. We called it “the invariant B”. And we were able to incorporate it into the Lagrangian for the perfect fluid. The cosmological principle requires that the Weyl 1-form should have only one (temporal) non-vanishing component depending only on the time coordinate. Hence, it can be removed by a suitable conformal transformation (also depending only on time). In such a gauge all possible functions of our new invariant B are converted into the se

Victor Berezin, PhD, Doctor of Sciences in Theoretical Physics. Senior Scientist in the Theoretical Physics Department of the Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia (since 2nd of April, 1973). Relativist, the main works are dedicated to the theory of thin shells and double layers in General Relativity and its modifications - Quadratic Gravity and Weyl Geometry, and applications to the cosmological phase transitions, gravitational collapse (both classical and quantum). The author of more than 100 scientific papers and 4 monographies. One of the organizers of the series of the international "Quantum Gravity" seminars (1978 - 1995) and the editors of the corresponding Proceedings.

General Relativity and Gravitation; Black Hole Physics and Cosmology; Thin shells and double layers, theory and applications (classical and quantum);

Talk
In construction of the conformal invariant Lagrangian we restrict ourselves to the so-called Quadratic Gravity. Then, in the Riemannian geometry there exist only one suitable combination, namely, the square of the Weyl tensor (completely traceless part of the curvature tensor). The corresponding left-hand side of the field equations, the Bach tensor, is linear in the Weyl tensor itself and its second covariant derivatives. But, for any homogeneous and isotropic cosmological space-time (i.e., Robertson-Walker metric with arbitrary scale factor) the Weyl tensor is identically aero. Thus, any cosmological metric is the vacuum solution of the Weyl gravity in the framework of the Riemannian geometry – no matter at all! In 1919 Hermann Weyl invented a new geometry, which is now called the Weyl geometry. He introduced some 1-form and incorporated it into the connections by demanding that the new covariant derivative of the metric tensor coefficient equals this 1-form times that very coefficient. Then, he showed that in order these new connections to be conformal invariant, the 1-form must behave under the conformal transformation of the metric as the gauge field. It was the great discovery! How about the cosmology in the Weyl geometry? We started with construction the Lagrangian for the single particle moving in the given gravitational field in the Weyl geometry and discovered that there may exist some new interaction, absent in the Riemannian geometry (and, particularly, in General Relativity). This is due to the existence of the yet another invariant, namely, the contraction of the 1-form with the particle four-velocity vector. We called it “the invariant B”. And we were able to incorporate it into the Lagrangian for the perfect fluid. The cosmological principle requires that the Weyl 1-form should have only one (temporal) non-vanishing component depending only on the time coordinate. Hence, it can be removed by a suitable conformal transformation (also depending only on time). In such a gauge all possible functions of our new invariant B are converted into the se
Bio
Victor Berezin, PhD, Doctor of Sciences in Theoretical Physics. Senior Scientist in the Theoretical Physics Department of the Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia (since 2nd of April, 1973). Relativist, the main works are dedicated to the theory of thin shells and double layers in General Relativity and its modifications - Quadratic Gravity and Weyl Geometry, and applications to the cosmological phase transitions, gravitational collapse (both classical and quantum). The author of more than 100 scientific papers and 4 monographies. One of the organizers of the series of the international "Quantum Gravity" seminars (1978 - 1995) and the editors of the corresponding Proceedings.
Research Keywords
General Relativity and Gravitation; Black Hole Physics and Cosmology; Thin shells and double layers, theory and applications (classical and quantum);

Prof. Dr. Inbal Tuvi-Arad

Department of Natural Sciences, The Open University of Israel, Raanana, Israel

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Mr. Shin'ichi Nojiri

Department of Particle and Astrophysical Science,Nagoya University,Japan

Workshop Section

The Universe Evolution in Modified Gravity

Lecture 1. General Relativity and Extended Gravity.
Lecture 2. F(R) Gravity and Cosmological Solutions.
Lecture 3. F(G) Gravity and its Gosmology
Lecture 4. Non-Local Gravity and its Ghost-Free Versions.
Lecture 5. Unification of Inflation with Dark Energy in Modified Gravity.

Instructions for Authors

Generic information

The "Third International Conference on Symmetry" will accept abstracts only.

The accepted abstracts will be available online on Sciforum.net during and after the conference. Moreover, participants of this conference are cordially invited to contribute a full manuscript to our special issue "Selected Papers Symmetry 2021—The Third Edition of the International Conference on Symmetry" in the journal Symmetry (submission deadline: 8 October 2021). Papers presented at the conference will be granted a 20% discount on this special issue!

There are four options for this conference: The first option is that you can just submit an abstract; The second option is that you can attend the live session but do not submit an abstract; The third option is that you can submit your abstract and also attend the live session; The fourth option is that you can submit your abstract, attend the live session and present a workshop in the live session.

To register or submit an abstract on Sciforum.

To present your research at the event

  • Click on Submit Abstract.
  • Indicate which thematic area is best suited for your research.
  • Submit an abstract in English - the word limits are a minimum of 150 words and a maximum of 300 words.
  • The deadline to submit your abstract is 8 May 2021. You will be notified by 22 June 2021 regarding the acceptance of the paper.
  • Upon submission, you can select if you also wish to be considered for oral presentation. Following assessment by the Chairs, you will be notified in a separate email whether your contribution has been accepted for oral presentation.

Publication opportunities

List of accepted submissions (61)

Id Title Authors Presentation
sciforum-032110 A Stochastic Model for Forest Growth: Framework of Multivariate Diffusion Process



Submitted: 08 Apr 2020

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sciforum-046319 A latticial study of complete hypergroups



Submitted: 05 May 2021

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sciforum-047504 A new generalized log-logistic distribution with increasing, decreasing, unimodal and bathtub-shaped hazard rates: properties and applications



Submitted: 11 Jun 2021

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sciforum-047593 A symmetry assisted approach to multidimensional vibronic problem: theoretical background and some chemical applications

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Submitted: 16 Jun 2021

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sciforum-047507 An optimization model of integrated AGVs scheduling and container storage problems for automated container terminal considering uncertainty



Submitted: 12 Jun 2021

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Event Awards

Winner Announcement

On behalf of the chairs of Symmetry 2021, we are pleased to announce the winners of the Best Poster Awards and Best Oral Presentation Awards:

The Best Oral Presentation Award has been awarded to:

Claudio Paganini(13th August 2021, 9:45-10:00 EDT)

-“Causal Fermion Systems - A new theoretical frameworks and it's prospects for matter/anti-matter asymmetry”

The Awards
Best Oral Presentation Award 500 CHF
Best Oral Presentation Award 500 CHF is presented to the oral talk judged to make the most significant contribution to the conference.

Symmetry 2021 Offline Seminar Information

We are pleased to announce that during the duration of the symmetry conference, an Offline Seminar for Physics and Symmetry section will be programmed in the Bahamas. The Seminar will be held at Stella Maris Resort Club and streamed live online at the same time. A detailed program has been announced below.

We would like to invite you to join us this August and for more reservation details, please contact Mr. Jill Smith ( [email protected]). The participants of the Symmetry conference will receive an extra discount.

Web: www.stellamarisresort.com

TEL: 1 242 3382050 / 51 or 27

Symmetry 2021 Live online sessions Information

During the duration of the conference, a number of live online sessions will be programmed. Each session will consist on a speaker lecturing on a special topic, and will be moderated by a chair. During eac hah session, the participants willve the possibility to ask questions during a Q&A session. Detailed information about the topics and dates are shared as below.

The live sessions are free of charge.

Symmetry 2021 - Recording Videos

Physics and Symmetry Session - Live Sessions 1 - 8th August 2021

Physics and Symmetry Session - Live Sessions 3 - 10th August 2021

Live Session Program for Physics and Symmetry

ZOOM link: https://miami.zoom.us/j/96501694591?pwd=bWttUTMxNmtDT05UNE1kRXVxWDJoQT09

Meeting ID: 965 0169 4591
Passcode: 572842

Sunday, 8th August 2021

EDT - Bahamas and USA East Coast Time (CET - Central Europe Add 6 Hours; IDT – Israel Add 7 Hours)

Start

End

Speaker

Lecture title

9:00

9:05

Susannah Gal

Opening Remarks by Pure & Applied Sciences, University of The Bahamas

9:05

9:20

Mina Marjanovic

Opening Remarks by Symmetry Journal

9:20

9:30

Eduardo Guendelman and Thomas Curtright

Opening Remarks by Chairs of Symmetry2021

9:30

10:00

Shin'ichi Nojiri

TBA

10:00

10:15

Break

10:15

10:30

Valerio Faraoni

Symmetry of Brans-Dicke gravity as a novel solution-generating technique

10:30

10:45

Sergey Vernov

Integrable modified gravity cosmological models with two scalar fields

10:45

11:00

Break

11:00

11:15

Sergey Chervon

Killing Symmetries for Chiral Self-Gravitating Models Connected with f(R, (\nabla R)^2, \Box R) Gravity

Monday, 9th August 2021

EDT - Bahamas and USA East Coast Time (CET - Central Europe Add 6 Hours; IDT – Israel Add 7 Hours)

9:00

9:45

Victor Berezin

On the Conformal Invariant Cosmology

9:45

10:00

Antonio Gallerati

Analysing supercondensates-gravity coupling through Einstein-Maxwell equations symmetry

10:00

10:15

Break

10:15

10:30

Parthasarathi Majumdar

Deconstructing a non-Abelian gauge theory

10:30

10:45

Olivier Rousselle

Does antimatter fall like matter? : focus on the GBAR experiment (CERN)

10:45

11:00

Break

11:00

11:15

Avi Nofech

TBA

Tuesday, 10th August 2021

EDT - Bahamas and USA East Coast Time (CET - Central Europe Add 6 Hours; IDT – Israel Add 7 Hours)

9:00

9:15

Niccolo Traverso Ziani

Formation and detection of Majorana modes in quantum spin Hall trenches

9:15

9:30

Igor Fomin

Generalized scalar-tensor gravity motivated inflationary models

9:30

10:00

Vladimir Dobrev

Heisenberg Parabolic Subgroup of SO*(10) and the Corresponding Invariant Differential Operators

10:00

10:15

Break

10:15

10:30

Inna Ivanova

Lightlike singular hypersurfaces in quadratic gravity

10:30

10:45

David Benisty

Lorentzian Quintessential Inflation

10:45

11:00

Break

11:00

11:15

Eyal Zamlung

Noether Symmetry in Newtonian Dynamics and Cosmology

Wednesday, 11th August 2021

EDT - Bahamas and USA East Coast Time (CET - Central Europe Add 6 Hours; IDT – Israel Add 7 Hours)

9:00

9:15

Anatolij Prykarpatski

Quantum current algebra symmetry and description of Boltzmann type kinetic equations in statistical physics

9:15

9:30

Luis Acedo

Quantum fluctuations of axions and the cosmological constant problem

9:30

9:45

Alejandro Segarra

Symmetry-Inspired Basis to Disentangle Genuine and Fake Asymmetries in NeutrinoOscillations

9:45

10:00

Antonino Marciano

Testing noncommutative spacetimes and violations of the Pauli Exclusion Principle through underground experiments

10:00

10:15

Break

10:15

10:30

David Oaknin

The Bell theorem revisited: geometric phases in gauge theories

10:30

10:45

Sayantan Choudhury

The Cosmological Out of Time Ordered Correlators (OTOC)

10:45

11:00

Break

11:00

11:15

Kimball Milton

The Energetics of Quantum Vacuum Friction

Thursday, 12th August 2021

EDT - Bahamas and USA East Coast Time (CET - Central Europe Add 6 Hours; IDT – Israel Add 7 Hours)

9:00

9:15

Michael A. Ivanov

The system of equations describing 4 generations with the symmetry group $SU(3)_{C}\times SU(2)_{L}\timesU(1)

9:15

9:30

Lakhdar Sek

Thermal Properties of Duffin Kemmer Petiau Oscillator under the Influence of an External Magnetic field in Non-Commutative Space

9:30

9:45

Sergio Morales Tejera

Transport phenomena from anomalous symmetries: The chiral magnetic effect in the quark-gluon plasma

9:45

10:00

Ottorino Ori.

Walking on polyhexes : surprising symmetry for certain Tori & Klein Bottles

10:00

10:15

Break

10:15

10:45

Eduardo Guendelman

TBA

10:45

11:00

Break

11:00

11:15

Asher Yahalom

Label Symmetry Subgroups and the Conversation of Generalized Cross Helicities of Non-Barotropic MHD

Friday, 13th August 2021

EDT - Bahamas and USA East Coast Time (CET - Central Europe Add 6 Hours; IDT – Israel Add 7 Hours)

9:00

9:15

Tom Lawrence

“Do the symmetries of product spaces hold the key to unification?”

9:15

9:30

Thomas Curtright

TBA

9:30

9:45

Prasanta K. Panigrahi

On Bell's Inequality in PT-Symmetric Quantum Systems

9:45

10:00

Claudio Paganini

Causal Fermion Systems - A new theoretical frameworks and it's prospects for matter/anti-matter asymmetry

10:00

10:15

Break

10:15

10:30

Feng Pan

Exactly Solvable Bose and Fermi many-body Hamiltonian with higher order terms based on the S2 symmetry

10:30

10:45

Vesselin Gueorguiev

Geometric Justification of the Fundamental Interaction Fields for the Classical Long-Range Forces

10:45

11:00

Break

11:00

11:15

Closing remarks, announcements concerning our next conference in Stella Maris in The Bahamas, BASIC 2021, November 9-13, 2021

Live Session Program for Biology & Chemistry and Symmetry

Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87849839277

Tuesday, 10th August 2021

CET - Central Europe Time (IDT – Israel Add 1 Hour; EDT - Bahamas and USA East Coast Time Reduce 6 Hours)

Start

End

Speaker

Lecture title

11:00

11:05

Raz Zarivach

Opening talk

11:05

11:20

Ran Zalk

11:20

11:40

Boris Tsukerblat

A symmetry assisted approach to multidimensional vibronic problem: theoretical background and some chemical applications

11:40

12:00

Inbal Tuvi-Arad

Continuous Symmetry and Chirality Measures – Algorithms and Applications

12:00

12:10

Symmetry Journal

Symmetry Journal introduction

12:10

12:30

Evgenii Strugovshchikov

On group-theoretical aspects of crystal chemistry of inorganic materials

12:30

12:50

Denis Shpigun

Methods for quantitative analysis of the chirality of protein helical and superhelical structures

12:50

13:10

Sergei Artemenkov

Experimental verification of a theoretical model of human visual perception based on the hierarchy of center-symmetrical and temporal relations

13:10

13:20

Break

13:20

13:40

Ophir Nave

Covid 19 Mathematical model and applications - The case of China

13:40

14:00

Eyal Golub

Selective bridging of protein interfaces via heterobimetallic complexes: a polyhedra case study.

14:00

14:20

Gabriel Frank

14:20

14:40

Yuval Ben Abu

Non-Markovian rate process of TRP ion channel activity

14:40

14:50

Break

14:50

15:10

Ekaterina Semenova

On the chirality of drugs and biomacromolecule structures

15:10

15:30

Liav Daraf

Rheological model for tumor cell progression and metastasis

15:30

15:50

Olga Bagrova

Symmetric features of structure formation in molecular biological and model chiral systems

15:50

16:00

Break

16:00

16:20

Birgitta Dresp-Langley

The contribution of chromatic variations to 'symmetry of things in a thing'

16:20

16:40

Marco José

The asymmetric phenotypic graphs of codons and anticodons of the Standard Genetic code determine the mode of evolution of proteins

Live Session Program for Mathematics, Computer Science and Symmetry

ZOOM Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87050662688.alks

Monday, 9th August 2021

CET - Central Europe Time (IDT – Israel Add 1 Hour; EDT - Bahamas and USA East Coast Time Reduce 6 Hours)

Start

End

Speaker

Lecture title

10:00

10:05

Miriam Cohen

Opening talk

10:05

10:30

Daniel Sternheimer

The reasonable effectiveness of symmetries and of mathematical deformation theory in physics

10:35

10:50

Eugene Levner

On symmetry and asymptotic periodicity of scheduling algorithms

10:55

11:10

Dilara Siraeva

Exact invariant solutions of rank 1 of the gas dynamics equations admitting symmetry group with pressure translation

11:15

11:30

Dongdong Yan

Symmetries in Yetter-Drinfel'd-Long categories

11:35

11:50

Symmetry Journal

Introduction 0f the Symmetry Journal by the Symmetry Editorial Office

11:55

12:10

Irina Cristea

Symmetry in the theory of dependence relations

12:15

12:30

Jesus Balado Frias

Automatic occlusion correction in car point clouds using bilateral symmetry

12:35

12:50

Anna Chelnokova

Permeability of an ideal symmetric liquid crystal based on carbon nanotori

12:55

13:10

Sonea Andromeda

A latticial study of complete hypergroups

13:15

13:10

Thorsten Heidersdorf

On fusion rules for supergroups

Wednesday, 11th August 2021

CET - Central Europe Time (IDT – Israel Add 1 Hour; EDT - Bahamas and USA East Coast Time Reduce 6 Hours)

10:00

Remarks

10:05

10:30

Maria Alessandra Ragusa

The contribution of noncontinuoity of the coefficients for minimizers of functionals

10:35

10:50

Jian Wentao

An optimization model of integrated AGVs scheduling and container storage problems for automated container terminal considering uncertainty

10:55

11:10

Madeleine Al – Tahan

Subpolygroup commutativity degrees of finite polygroups

11:15

11:30

Bozidar Ivankovic

Optimal Ellipsoid Approximations in Control Theory

11:35

11:50

Abdisalam Hassan Muse

A new generalized log-logistic distribution with increasing, decreasing, unimodal and bathtub-shaped hazard rates: properties and applications

11:55

12:10

Hashem Bordbar

Codes generated by ordered algebraic structures

12:15

12:30

Jeremy Schiff

KP Reductions from the Lattice

12:35

12:50

Alexander Rasin

The Gardner Method for Additional Symmetries

12:55

13:10

Marina Bershadsky

On Basis Invariants of the Symmetry Groups Generalized N-cube

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