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Minsk, Belarus
October 2730, 2015
Dear Colleague:
During 2730 October 2015, in the frame of Vth Congress of Physicists of Belarus,
the regular International Conference
“Methods of NonEuclidean Geometry in Physics and Mathematics” (BGL9) will be held in B.I. Stepanov Institute of Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk.
NonEuclidean Geometry in Modern Physics and Mathematics is a series of biennial conferences, initiated by the Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Its shorthand subtitle is BGL, from the abbreviation of the names  Bolyai, Gauss, Lobachevsky  of the founders of the new geometry. The first conference of this series was held in Uzhgorod (Ukraine) in 1997, the second one  in Nyiregyháza (Hungary,1999), the third was sheduled such as to match the 200th anniversary of Jánosh Bolyai, and was held in TarguMures (Marosvásárhely, Romania, 2002)  hometown of the Bolayi family. The fourth one, BGL4, was held in Nizhny Novgorod (Russia, 2004)  hometown of Nikolai Ivanovich Lobachevsky. The fifth conference BGL5 was held in 2006 in Minsk, Belarus; the sixth one  in Debrecen (Hungary, 2008) the seventh one  in 2010 in ClujNapoca (Kolozsvár), Romania. The last one, BGL8, was held in Uzhgorod (Ukraine) in 2012.
Scope: The program of the future conference will contain talks on various applications of nonEuclidean geometry in modern physics and mathematics. Among them there will be recent developments in astroparticle physics, namely the evolution of the early universe, the problem of the dark matter and possible geometrical interpretations, the brane universe, possibilities of detecting miniblack holes and higher dimensions in cosmic rays and/or at accelerator (LHC) energies, quantum groups and quantum deformations. All these topics are closely related to the nonEuclidean geometry. Mathematical part of the discussion will contain recent applications of nonEuclidean geometry to different topics of modern mathematics  geometry, algebra, dynamical systems and other fields.
We look forward to welcoming you to Belarus.
Chairman of the Belarusian Physical Society,
Professor Yu. A. Kurochkin
Chairman of the Organizing Committee of BGL9,
Professor V. M. Red’kov
