## News

## Ising Lectures 2016

On May 17-19, 2016 Ising Lectures will take place at the Conference Hall of the Institute for Condensed Matter Physics. Ising Lectures are an annual workshop on modern problems of phase transitions and critical phenomena orientated mostly towards young scientists.

For more details, please, visit the web page of the workshop.

Anyone interested is welcome.

## Jubilee Lectures "Statistical Physics in the 21-st Century"

### (Tatariv, August 26-28, 2015)

On the September 1, 2015 a famous Ukrainian scientist, theoretical physicist academician Igor Yukhnovskii marks his 90 anniversary.

On this occasion on August 26-28, 2015 Institute for Condensed Matter Physics of NAS of Ukraine organizes Jubilee Lectures "Statistical Physics in the 21-st Century", where the reports of leading Ukrainian theoretical physicists as well as students and followers of I.R.Yuhnovskii will be presented

Topics of the Lectures cover both methodological foundations of statistical physics at the current stage, and specific branches of statistical physics of condensed systems, including those that were the subject of interest of Ihor Yukhnovskii: the theory of soft matter, phase transitions and critical phenomena, description of collective properties of classical and quantum many-body systems, non-traditional applications of statistical physics and so on.

## Ising Lectures 2015

On May 5-7, 2015 Ising Lectures will take place at the Conference Hall of the Institute for Condensed Matter Physics. Ising Lectures are an annual workshop on modern problems of phase transitions and critical phenomena orientated mostly towards young scientists.

For more details, please, visit the web page of the workshop.

Anyone interested is welcome.

## XV Workshop and Award for young researchers in the ﬁeld of statistical physics and condensed matter theory

On June 4-5, 2015 XV Workshop and Award for young researchers in the ﬁeld of statistical physics and condensed matter theory will be held at the Institute for Condensed Matter Physics.