11th Summer St.Petersburg Meeting in Mathematical Analysis


August 15 - 20, 2002


Third announcement




The conference will be held at the Euler Institute (St. Petersburg,

Pesochnaya nab., 10). The place is near the river Malaya Nevka, at

equal distance (15-20 min. of walk) from the metro stations

"Petrogradskaya" and "Chernaya Rechka". Look at our metro scheme at




and find the mark "X" on the map at




A picture of the EIMI is available at






Two possible places of accommodation are assumed:


1) The hotel "Leningrad Dvorets Molodezhi (LDM)" ("Palace of Youth"),

ul. Professora Popova, 47, this is at a walking distance from the Euler Institute. Find the mark "Y" on the map at




2) The student dormitory of the St Petersburg State University,

Mytninskaya nab. 5/2, it is situated vis--vis the Winter Palace (on the

opposite bank of the Neva). Walking time to the Euler Institute is about

40 minutes (a trolleybus and several minibuses are available).


The details of the accommodation will be discussed personally a bit later.




From the international airport "Pulkovo 2" you may take bus no. 13.

From the domestic airport "Pulkovo 1" circulate the bus no. 39.

Both buses bring you to the metro station "Moskovskaya", the minibuses

are also available. It takes about 30 minutes to reach the stations

"Petrogradskaya" or "Chernaya Rechka" (by a direct train).

From "Petrogradskaya" you may take bus no. 10 or 45 that go to

the LDM hotel. From both stations you may take trolley-bus no.34

to Pesochnaya Naberezhnaya (two stops), or minibuses no.46, 175, 252, 298,

and 321.

From any railway station you can take metro. Every railway station has

a nearby metro station.


The dormitory (Mytninskaya nab) is reachable from "Sportivnaya" metro

station by foot in 10 minutes.




Registration desk will be open on August 15 at the Euler Institute

from 9:30. The conference will open at 10:30.

The participants who plan to arrive later may register

during the breaks. The registration fee is $30 per participant.

Additional $20 should be paid if the institute provided an authorized

invitation for visa purposes. For the participants from the CIS

countries the fee is covered by the organizing committee. The other

participants should pay the fee at the registration desk in cash.

If the Euler Institute provided authorized invitation letters for

accompanying persons, an additional fee of $20 per person should be

paid; in all other cases there is no fee for accompanying persons.




Lunches (at 13:30) will be served for the participants at the canteen

of the "Statistical Office" (a building on a half-way between the hotel

and the Euler Institute, please, find the mark "Z" on the map at


http://www.pdmi.ras.ru/EIMI/pictures/map.jpg ).


The expected price of the lunch will be about 130 rbl. Also, coffee

and tea will be available at the Euler Institute (free of charge).




There will be, presumably, three 45-minutes lectures from 10:00 to

13:00 in the morning, and several 25-minutes talks from 15:00 to

18:00 in the afternoon.




US dollar and euro are exchanged by all the exchange offices; however

other currencies may cause some difficulties (bad rate or no bank to

exchange). Now the average rates are 31.30 RBL per dollar and 30.50 RBL

per euro. Personal and Traveler's checks, as well as Credit cards,

are usually accepted at all major banks in the city. Be careful TO AVOID

exchanging your currency NEAR exchange offices.




The weather is variable. Average temperature of August is about 12C.

So, usually it is about 18C during the day. It may be rainy.




Here is a list of some phone numbers to be used if you feel that

you are lost upon arrival, or in case of other difficulties:


EIMI: Pesochnaya naberezhnaya, 10.

234-92-45 (a person on duty)

234-05-74 Elena Novikova


POMI: naberezhnaya reki Fontanki, 27

312-40-58 secretary



553 93 66 Nikolai Nikolski

323 59 03 Vasily Vasyunin

247 38 79 Vladimir Kapustin

234 14 46 Elena Novikova


11. The preliminary list of participants and the preliminary

schedule of lectures will be sent to participants shortly.

This information will also be available at our web-site.