17-23 July, 2014
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia


The cruise boat "Georgy Zhukov" will depart from Nizhny Novgorod (River Station, berth N 8) at 09:00 am, July 17. The boarding time is 7.00 am on July 17. Special bus service will be available to transfer Symposium participants from the railway station to the boat at 6.45 am and 8.10 am in the morning.
PLEASE LOOK FOR THE NWP-2014 POSTER in the central hall of the Railway station.
For the participants arriving in Nizhny Novgorod late at night the previous day (July 16) the boat will be available for boarding starting at about 23:00 pm.
The participants arriving by Lufthansa at 02:50 am on July 17 will be met at the Nizhny Novgorod airport and transferred directly to the boat. On the way back you will be able to stay on board till early morning of July 24 as the Lufthansa flight from Nizhny Novgorod to Frankfurt starts at 04.20 am. All the participants taking this flight will be transferred to the airport in due time. 

Travel instructions for those who will travel independently: The Railway station is located not far from the River station ('Rechnoi Vokzal'). You may easily reach the River station by public transport. The bus stop is situated just across the street when you go from the Railway station. You need to take a bus (numbers 4, 38, 52, 61) or a route taxi (numbers 2, 90) as far as the stop 'Rechnoi Vokzal'. It takes about 15-30 minutes to get to the River station. The address of the river station is 15-A Markova square (ploshchad' Markova). The contact telephone of Vladimir Klinshov who is in charge of meeting the participants is +7-910-795-6576

See Travel Information for more detail.

This meeting is a continuation of the previous symposia "Topical Problems of Nonlinear Wave Physics-2003, 2005, 2008" that attracted leading experts from around the world.
The upcoming Symposium will be devoted to recent progress in the interrelated fields of nonlinear physics with applications to systems of different origin.

The Symposium will include three parallel Topical Conferences:

  • NWP-1: Nonlinear Dynamics on Complex Networks
  • NWP-2: Lasers with High Peak and High Average Power
  • NWP-3: Nonlinear Phenomena in Geophysics
and the Workshop "Utra-high Fields in Plasmas: New Models, High Performance Simulations and Experiments".
A school for young scientists is also planned.

Each Conference will feature oral (invited and contributed) talks and poster sessions. Besides, some plenary lectures on interrelated topics are planned. Oral and poster presentations will be selected by the Program Committee Members by results of the considered submissions. Further details on the program will be given in the Call for Papers.

The working language of the Symposium is English