All foreign participants and accompanying persons will require a visa. The official letters of invitation will be sent to all participants after confirmation of participation.
There are airplane and railway services between Moscow and Izhevsk.
The Airport of departure from /arrival in Moscow is the Airport Domodedovo. The airport of destination is Izhevsk. The airline is Izhavia. The railway station of departure from/arrival in Moscow is "Kazanskiy Vokzal" (Kazan Railway Station in Moscow).
Flight schedule Moscow-Izhevsk-Moscow*
Departure from Moscow 10:00 (except Sunday), 19:55 (every day), 11:05 (only on Sunday)- Arrival in Izhevsk 12:00, 22:00, 13:00, respectively
Departure from Izhevsk 07:00 (except Sunday), 17:00 (every day), 08:00 (only on Sunday) - Arrival in Moscow 08:50, 18:50, 10:00
Train schedule Moscow-Izhevsk-Moscow*
Departure from Moscow 17:38 (every day) - Arrival in Izhevsk 10:46
Departure from Izhevsk 16:39 (every day) - Arrival in Moscow 10:08
The minimum connection time to change airports in Moscow is 5 hours. There is train service between Airports and Kol’tsevay Metro Line (download the Moscow Metro Scheme from the website of the Symposium) .
At the moment the costs of train and airplane round-trip tickets are about USD 350, but they can increase in the course of time.
Thus participants should arrive in Moscow on June 4-5 and depart on June 10-11.
Please, don't hesitate to contact the organizing committee if you have any questions concerning transfers.
The organizing committee suggests the hotel Izhhotel not far from Udmurt State University on favourable terms. The special price list for IUTAM participants in Izhhotel:
Cost for participants per night
~2100 RUB / ~70 USD
Single room first class
1365 RUB / 45 USD
Single room second class
1015 RUB/ 34 USD
Double/ triple room
500 RUB/ 17 USD (for one person)
Additional place in room
500 RUB/ 17 USD (for one person)
Participants can also choose Hotel Park by Radisson located in the center of Izhevsk, not far from Udmurt State University.
Transportation from the airport / railway station to the hotel and from the hotel to the airport / railway station after completion of the Conference, as well as the transportation between the hotel and Udmurt State University will be organized.
Wednesday, June 6
Welcome reception in the Udmurt State University.
Concert of Russian and European Accordion Music.
Thursday, June 7
Social dinner at the hotel.
Excursions to the Kalashnikov Museum and Exhibition Complex and Architectural and Ethnographic Museum-Preserve in Ludorvai (The Estate Museum of Aboriginal Population).
Currency and payment
The only currency in official use in Russia is Russian rouble. The exchange rates fluctuate, but are approximately 1 euro = 40 roubles, 1 usd = 30 roubles. The hotel reception accepts cash payments in Russian roubles as well as Visa, Master and other cards.
Weather and clothing
In early June the weather in the area of Izhevsk is usually pleasantly warm and sunny, with fresh evenings and occasional rains. Since some excursions are planned, take care to bring comfortable clothes and shoes suitable for walking.
Lectures and equipment
Each lecture will be 35 minutes long. The conference hall will be equipped with a computer, video beam, over-head projector, blackboard.
The registration fee is € 300, for students and postgraduate students € 120 . It should be paid on site in the course of Registration. It covers the cost of the conference materials, refreshments and social program.
On-line submission of the Pre-Registration Form and the Abstract - February 1, 2012
Full-size paper submission - July 1, 2012
Symposium dates - June 5 - 10, 2012
Peer-review process - September 1 - November 1, 2012
Notification of acceptance -November 1, 2012
Abstracts (up to two pages) will be published prior to the Symposium and distributed among the participants on Registration.
In connection with every IUTAM Symposium a book of proceedings is published. For the symposium "From Mechanical to Biological Systems: an Integrated Approach" the refereed proceedings will be published as a special issue of the journal Regular and Chaotic Dynamics (RCD). The proceedings volume will be published within a year of the Symposium (till the end of 2012) and will be available free of charge to all presenting authors.
All presentations accepted as lectures must agree to contribute a paper to the proceedings of the Symposium. The paper is due by July 1, 2012.
The procedure would be to submit your paper to Alexey Borisov, RCD Editor-in-Chief, at firstname.lastname@example.org or to the RCD Editorial Office at email@example.com. Submission guidelines and refereeing standards for papers are those of RCD. You are welcome to submit a paper of whatever length you deem appropriate.
Izhevsk is the capital of the Udmurt Republic, Russia. It is one of the great industrial, scientific and cultural centers of Russia and specializes in motor-car, military and arms industry. There are several institutions of higher educations: Udmurt State University, Technical State University, Medical Academy etc. There are also museums and theatres. The most famous person of Izhevsk is Mikhail Kalashnikov whose automatic machine is engineered and produced in Izhevsk.
The Udmurt Republic is also the homeland of the great Russian composer Peter Tchaikovsky.