The conference will be focused on the interactions between non-Archimedean mathematics, physics, biology, and computation. Among the main topics to be covered are:

  • Analysis, dynamical systems and probability over non-Archimedean spaces and their applications
  • Models of complex systems and biosystems
  • Quantum theory, quantum field theory and string theory in a non-Archimedean setting
  • Gravity and cosmology theory in a non-Archimedean setting
  • Information theory, cryptography, and bioinformatics

Due to the global pandemic caused by the COVID-19 virus, it is not possible to have a face-to-face conference. Since it is a global event, the time differences between the locations of the participants pose challenges. There will be about 5 talks per day. All the talks will be recorded and will be available publicly.

International Organizing Committee
  • Abdelmalek Abdesselam (U.S.A)
  • Vladimir S. Anashin (Russia)
  • Alexander Bendikov (Poland)
  • Trond Digernes (Norway)
  • Branko Dragovich (Serbia), Co-Chairman
  • Alain Escassut (France)
  • Debashis Ghoshal (India)
  • Hiroshi Kaneko (Japan)
  • Andrei Yu. Khrennikov (Sweden)
  • Anatoly N. Kochubei (Ukraine)
  • Sergei V. Kozyrev (Russia)
  • Farukh Mukhamedov (UAE)
  • Fionn Murtagh (U.K)
  • Ingmar Saberi (Germany)
  • Khodr Shamseddine (Canada)
  • Igor V. Volovich (Russia), Co-Chairman
  • Evgeny Zelenov (Russia)
  • W. A. Zúñiga-Galindo (Mexico/U.S.A), Co-Chairman
Local Organizing Committee
  • Sergei Kozyrev (Russia)
  • Edwin León-Cardenal (Mexico)
  • Zoran Rakic (Serbia)
  • W. A. Zúñiga-Galindo (Mexico/U.S.A)