IAPS and CERN organize
the 23rd International Conference on
Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics in 2018

Mission Statement

The Institute for Advanced Physical Studies conducts, promotes and manages original interdisciplinary research in physics and other natural sciences by harnessing the intellectual capital of its members and collaborators. The results of the high quality research are intended to produce impact to the society by disseminating them by way of teaching, publication or knowledge transfer.

Recent Publications

Scale-Invariant Dynamics of Galaxies, MOND, Dark Matter, and the Dwarf Spheroidals

Andre Maeder, Vesselin G.Gueorguiev, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, December 2019

Riemann-Hilbert problem, integrability and reductions

Vladimir S. Gerdjikov, Rossen I. Ivanov and Aleksander A. Stefanov, Journal of Geometric Mechanics, June 2019, 11(2): 167-185.

On the Integrability of Ablowitz-Ladik models with local and nonlocal reductions

Vladimir S. Gerdjikov, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 1205, conference 1

The growth of the density fluctuations in the scale-invariant vacuum theory

Andre Maeder, Vesselin G.Gueorguiev, Physics of the Dark Universe, Volume 25, September 2019

High harmonic generation from bulk diamond driven by intense femtosecond laser pulse

Tzveta Apostolova, Boyan Obreshkov, Diam. Rel. Mat, 82, 165, (2018)

O(100 MeV) All-Sky Maps and Search for Point-Like Dark Matter Sources

V. Kozhuharov, G. Vankova-Kirilova, S. Lalkovski, V. Bozhilov, M. Vazharova, Bulg. J. Phys. 45 (2018) 76–80

On Integrable Wave Interactions and Lax pairs on symmetric spaces

Vladimir Gerdjikov, Rossen Ivanov and Georgi Grahovski, Wave Motion 71 53–70 (2017)

N-soliton interactions: Effects of linear and nonlinear gain and loss

R. Carretero-González, V. S. Gerdjikov, and M. D. Todorov, AIP Conference Proceedings 1895, 040001 (2017)

Kulish–Sklyanin-type models: Integrability and reductions

V. S. Gerdjikov, Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, August 2017, Volume 192, Issue 2, pp 1097–1114

On the volatility of nihonium (Nh, Z = 113)

Nikolay V. Aksenov, Patrick Steinegger, Farid Sh. Abdullin, Yury V. Albin, Gospodin A. Bozhikov,…, The European Physical Journal A, 2017, 53:158.

The Interacting Quasiparticle–Phonon Picture and Odd–Even Nuclei. Overview and Perspectives.

S. Mishev, V. V. Voronov, Physics of Atomic Nuclei, 2016, Vol. 79, No. 6, pp. 851–857.

Ultrafast photoionization and excitation of surface-plasmon-polaritons on diamond surfaces

Tzveta Apostolova, B. D. Obreshkov, A.A. Ionin, S.I. Kudryashov, et al, Applied Surface Science Volume 427, Part A, 1 January 2018, Pages 334-343

New Examples of Z2-symmetric Spinor Models in Two Dimensions

Vladimir S. Gerdjikov , AIP Conf. Proc. 1796 (2016)

Adiabatic interactions of Manakov solitons—Effects of cross-modulation

V.S. Gerdjikov , M.D. Todorov, A.V. Kyuldjiev, Wave Motion 71 71– 81 (2017)

Interaction of elemental mercury with selenium surfaces: model experiments for investigations of superheavy elements copernicium and flerovium

N. M. Chiera, N. V. Aksenov, Y. V. Albin, G. A. Bozhikov , …, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry (2016)

On integrable wave interactions and Lax pairs on symmetric spaces

Vladimir S. Gerdjikov, Georgi G. Grahovski and Rossen I. Ivanov, Wave Motion, 2016

Investigating the pygmy dipole resonance using beta decay

M. Scheck, S. Mishev, V. Yu. Ponomarev, …, Phys. Rev. Lett. 116, 132501

Photoionization of monocrystalline CVD diamond irradiated with ultrashort intense laser pulse

Stefano Lagomarsino, … , Tzveta Apostolova, …, Phys. Rev. B 93, 085128

About the Institute for Advanced Physical Studies

logo_transparent The Institute for Advanced Physical Studies is a research center for studies in physics and related fields. It is an independent scientific institution which is closely allied with the research and educational activities at the New Bulgarian University as well as with other research centers. Progress in science often happens at the border of different specialized areas of competence. Hense IAPS performs interdisciplinary research on topics which follow ideas from physics, chemistry and computer science. This is achieved in close collaboration between different research groups and by joining efforts with external to IAPS organizations. The obtained results from some investigations in research areas as laser physics, nuclear physics, computing and others are intended for implementation in the design and fabrication of practical devices in partnership with technological companies.