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International Review of Physics (IREPHY)

November 13th, 2014 - On 24 September 2014, the outstanding Russian physicist-theoretician and science organizer, the Scientific Leader of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research RAS Academician Vladimir Georgievich Kadyshevsky died suddenly.
Vladimir Georgievich Kadyshevsky was a prominent scientist in elementary particle theory and high energy physics. The name of V.G.Kadyshevsky is connected with the relativistic formulation of the quantum field theory in the quantized space-time that satisfies the unitarity requirements and the generalized causality condition. His works in this field were internationally acknowledged and forereached the research in “non-commutative geometry” in the 1990s which have become today the focus of theoreticians’ attention. In the theory of internal symmetry V.G.Kadyshevsky postulated a number of correlations for effective cross sections, mass and magnetic moments of hadrons that were proved experimentally. Even before the Standard Model of electroweak interactions was constructed he studied lepton-hadron symmetries that are revealed in weak processes. His unfailing interest to the most challenging and principle issues in physics, creative approaches in research and rich intuition were his outstanding features.

V.G.Kadyshevsky was born on 5 May 1937 in Moscow. In the years of 1946-1954 he studied at the Suvorov Military School in Sverdlovsk. Having graduated from the School with summa cum laude, Vladimir Georgievich entered the physics department of the Lomonosov Moscow State University. Immediately in the first years of studies he expressed interest to theoretical physics. In 1959 his Diploma Thesis “On Mass Spectrum and Fundamental Length in Field Theory” (scientific leader – D.V.Shirkov, referee – M.A.Markov) won the First Prize and was awarded with the Medal of the USSR ministry of higher education at the All-Union competition of students’ theses. In 1960 V.G.Kadyshevsky graduated from the University and continued his studies as a post-graduate at the Chair of N.N.Bogoliubov. In 1962 V.G.Kadyshevsky successfully defended his PhD Thesis and started his work at the Laboratory of Theoretical Physics of JINR.
From 1964, V.G.Kadyshevsky published a cycle of papers dedicated to covariant Hamiltonian formulation of the quantum field theory. He worked out a unique diagram technique that, unlike the well-known Feynman technique, operates on amplitudes on mass surface. Its application to the problem on interaction of two relativistic particles allowed him to cut the number of variables and establish the 3D integral equation for the relativistic scattering amplitude known now in references as the V.G.Kadyshevsky equation. The approach of V.G.Kadyshevsky, which is theoretically consistent, allows one to transfer research methods, intuition and experience accumulated in the theory of analogous non-relativistic systems, as, for example, few-nucleon atomic nuclei, to the sphere of elementary particle physics. It is not by chance that the Kadyshevsky equation is used by physicists from various countries for practical calculations of hadron-hadron interactions and for the description of the hadron quark structure.

From 1970 V.G.Kadyshevsky was Professor of the MSU physics department where for many years he headed the “Elementary Particle Physics” Chair. He trained 15 Candidates and 5 Doctors of Science. Many disciples of Vladimir Georgievich became famous scientists and work successfully in scientific centres in Russia and abroad. On numerous occasions he guided the work of schools for young scientists, international symposia and conferences.
On the initiative of V.G.Kadyshevsky in 1994 a new university was opened in Dubna that was named the International University of Nature, Society and Man. In 1995 Vladimir Georgievich became its President.
In 1977-1978 V.G.Kadyshevsky headed a group of Soviet physicists who worked in the E.Fermi National Laboratory (USA), and in 1983-1985 he was the leader of activities in the DELPHI programme at JINR connected to the experiments at the LEP collider (CERN). Theoretical research in this programme was held under his guidance.
In 1987, at the suggestion of Academician N.N.Bogoliubov, V.G.Kadyshevsky was elected to the position of Director of the Laboratory of Theoretical Physics of JINR. He served in this position up to 1992 and made an important contribution to the promotion of high scientific traditions of the Dubna theoretical school and development of wide international cooperation.
From 1992 to 2005 V.G.Kadyshevsky was Head of JINR – one of the largest international scientific centres. In those difficult years he together with his colleagues managed not only to maintain the Institute but also considerably enhanced its positions. In this period the research was implemented and received great response in the world scientific community: experiments on the first in Russia superconducting accelerator of relativistic nuclei - the Nuclotron were started; the research reactor IBR-2 was upgraded and its neutron beams now have record parameters; an essential breakthrough was achieved in modern nuclear physics – for the first time in the world the synthesis of new superheavy elements was carried out; much progress was achieved in the development of scientific programs in particle physics at facilities of JINR and other large scientific centres in the world. In recent years V.G.Kadyshevsky contributed greatly to the development of the main scientific trends and international cooperation of JINR in the position of the Scientific Leader of the Institute.
The range of scientific-organizational activities of Vladimir Georgievich was very wide. He was member of the RAS Presidium, and the Expert Advisory Board under the Chairman of the RF Accounts Chamber. For a number of years V.G.Kadyshevsky was President of the Union of scientific societies of Russia, Member of the IUPAP board on particles and fields and member of the board under RF President on awarding State Prizes of RF in science and technology.
The scientific achievements of V.G.Kadyshevsky received Prizes of NAS of Ukraine – the N.Krylov Prize (1990) and the N.Bogoliubov Prize (2001), the N.Bogoliubov Prize (JINR, 2006). He was the Honorary Doctor of several foreign universities, Honorary or Foreign Member of different Academies.
V.G.Kadyshevsky was honorary citizen of Dubna and the Moscow region, holder of Orders of Friendship, Honour and “For Merits to Motherland” class IV, as well as foreign Orders and Medals, being holder of the Gold Medal of the International association of Academies of Sciences “For Promotion of Science” (2002) and the Gold Medal “For the Activities for the Benefit of Society” (the Institute of European Integration, 2003

Prof. V.G. Kadyshevsky has been member of the Editorial Board of the International Review of Physics (IREPHY) from 2007.

Vladimir Georgievich was an active advocate of values of fundamental science; he strived to increase the public prestige of the Russian science and the Russian Academy of Sciences. His distinctive features were strong sense of responsibility, devotion to science, ambition, extraordinary commitment to work. These features combined in his character with unacquired refinement, amiable and kind attitude to people.

The Scientific Committe and all the members of the Editorial Staff of Praise Worthy Prize will always remember him in their hearts. 


International Journal on Communication Antenna and Propagation (IRECAP)

June 30th, 2014 - We are glad to inform our readers and authors that the journal International Journal on Communications Antenna and Propagation (IRECAP) has been accepted for inclusion in the Elsevier Scopus database and will be indexed by Scopus starting from 2014.



International Review of Aerospace Engineering (IREASE)

June 30th, 2014 - We are glad to inform our readers and authors that the journal International Review of Aerospace Engineering (IREASE) has been accepted for inclusion in the Elsevier Scopus database and will be indexed by Scopus starting from 2014.



International Review of Chemical Engineering (IRECHE)

February 18th, 2014 - On February 11th, 2014, the Rector of the University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy of Sofia (Bulgaria) has signed the order of Prof. Jordan Hristov promotion to the Professor position.

Praise Worthy Prize would like to congratulate with Prof. Hristov for this important achievement in his Academic career.



International Review on Computers and Software (IRECOS)

January 18th, 2013 - Praise Worthy Prize is pleased to inform all the scientific community that Dr. Florentina T. Hristea, who is author of many papers edited by IRECOS, has published the book edited by Springer titled "The Naïve Bayes Model for Unsupervised Word Sense Disambiguation - Aspects Concerning Feature Selection".



International Review on Computers and Software (IRECOS)

January 7th, 2013 - Praise Worthy Prize is pleased to inform the authors that from December 2012 on, the issues of the International Review on Computers and Software (IRECOS) will be published monthly.



International Review of Mechanical Engineering (IREME)

October 8th, 2012 - Special Issue on Heat Transfer (Guest Editor-In-Chief prof. Alina Adriana Minea)

Call for papers is now available on the web site.




International Review of Electrical Engineering (IREE)

November 25th, 2011 - Praise Worthy Prize is glad to announce to all the scientific community of the world the nomination of prof. Francesco Profumo, member of the Editorial board of IREE, as Minister of Education, University and Scientific Research in the new italian Government.


Congratulations to prof. Profumo with our wishes of a great Job!


International Review of Biophysical Chemistry (IREBIC)

June 28th, 2011 - Special Issue on "3rd International Meeting on G-Quadruplexes and G-assembly" is scheduled for the August 2011 Issue of the review, enclosing the proceedings of the conference.

Contributions may be extended abstracts, mini-papers, or mini-reviews on themes pertaining to those of the Meeting.

The plan is to publish two issues: one on G-quadruplexes, the other on G-assembly.

Please prepare your manuscript according to the guidelines of the journal and submit it by email to giancola@unina.it. Deadline for submission of contributions is July 31th, 2011




International Review of Electrical Engineering (IREE)

March 16th, 2011 - Special Issue on "Power Quality in Smart Grids" is scheduled for the November 2011 Issue of IREE!

Call for papers is now available on the web site.


International Journal on Communication Antenna and Propagation (IRECAP)

December 21th, 2010 - Praise Worthy Prize is pleased to inform the readers that on February 2011 a new International Journal will be published, titled International Journal on Communication Antenna and Propagation (IRECAP).

It is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original theoretical and applied papers on all aspects of Communications, Antenna, Propagation and networking technologies.

The topics to be covered include but are not limited to:

Antenna analysis and design, antenna measurement control and testing, smart reconfigurable and adaptive antennas and multiple antenna systems for spatial, polarization, pattern and other diversity applications, novel materials for enhanced performance,

propagation, interaction of electromagnetic waves with discrete and continuous media, radio astronomy and propagation and radiation aspects of terrestrial and spacebased communications, theoretical and computational methods of predicting propagation and sensing, propagation and sensing measurements in all media, interaction of electromagnetic waves with biological tissue, characterization of propagation media and applications of propagation, multipath interference, channel modeling and propagation,

communication and Information theory, multimedia signal processing, communication QoS and performance modelling, cross-layer design and optimization, communication software and services, protocol and algorithms for communications, communication network security, cognitive radio communications and networking, hardware architecture for communications and networking, emerging communication technology and standards, communications layers, internet protocols, internet telephony and VoIP, fading channel, mobile systems, services and applications, indoor communications and WLAN; superhighways, interworking and broadband VPN, spread spectrum communication.

wireless communications and networking, coding for wireless systems, multiuser and multiple access schemes, mobile and portable communications systems, real-time transmission over wireless channels, optical wireless communications, resource allocation over wireless networks, security, authentication, and cryptography for wireless networks, signal processing techniques and tools, wireless traffic and routing, ultra wide-band systems, wireless sensor networks, wireless system architectures and applications, wireless ad-hoc and sensor networking, cooperative communications and networking, bio-inspired wireless communications systems, broadband wireless access, broadband networking and protocols, internet services, systems and applications, P2P communications and networking, satellite and space communications, vehicular networks, emerging wireless communication technology and standards.

The journal publishes invited tutorials or critical reviews; original scientific research papers (regular papers), letters to the Editor and research notes which should also be original presenting proposals for a new research, reporting on research in progress or discussing the latest scientific results in advanced fields; short communications and discussions, book reviews, reports from meetings and special issues describing research on all aspects of Communications, Antenna, Propagation and networking technologies.

International Review of Physics (IREPHY)

August 24th, 2010 - All the scientific community of the world grieves for the death of the Italian physicist Nicola Cabibbo, departed on 16 August 2010 at the age of 75 years, after a long disease. Born in Rome in 1935, Cabibbo graduated in physics from the University of Rome "La Sapienza" in 1958 and then worked as a researcher at the INFN until 1962. After spending some time at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, California and at Harvard University, he returned to Italy to work at the University of Aquila in 1965. In 1966 he moved back to "La Sapienza" where he worked as professor of elementary particles physic. He thought also at Princeton, Paris, Chicago and New York. He was president of the INFN from 1983 to 1992; from 1993 to 1998 he was president of ENEA and since 1993 until his death he has been president of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. He was one of the most Italian famous physicist on the world for his contribution to the knowledge of elementary particles. The Cabibbo research in fact allowed the study of one of the four fundamental interaction of the nature: the weak interaction. Cabibbo's work was extended by Makoto Kobayashi and Toshihide Maskawa to the Cabibbo–Kobayashi–Maskawa matrix. In 2008, Kobayashi and Maskawa shared one half of the Nobel Prize in Physics for their work. Some physicists had bitter feelings that the Nobel Prize committee failed to reward Cabibbo for his part.



International Review of Aerospace Engineering (IREASE)

February 23th, 2010 - Praise Worthy Prize is pleased and honoured to inform the readers of the successful achievements of Prof. Rathakrishnan, Editor-in-Chief of IREASE: a limit called “Rathakrishnan Limit" which explains the maximum limit to which noise in jets could be reduced, has been named in his respect, because of his precious research on jet control.

Praise Worthy Prize would like to congratulate with him for this important step in his research and wish him a career full of other brilliant scientific goals.




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