Research interest of the Laboratory for Advanced Studies is focused on several areas of the contemporary physics such as nonlinear dynamics and chaos, complex system dynamics, relativistic fewparticle dynamics, high energy heavy ion collisions, thermal field theories, hadron physics, quantum information, statistical physics, laser physics, physics of mesoscopic systems and nanostructures, atomic optics, computational and mathematical physics. In particular, the group is performing theoretical studies on the following
Fields of Research
1. Lowdimensional nanoscale systems
 Particle transport in lowdimensional nanoscale Systems
 Heat transport in lowdimensional nanoscale Systems
 Information transport in lowdimensional nanoscale Systems
 Complex Phenomena in Nanoscale Systems
 Methane and hydrogen storage in lowdimensional nanomaterials
 Energy conversion by lowdimensional nanoscale systems
2. Nonlinear dynamic and quantum chaos theory
 Classical and Quantum Dynamics confined Mesoscopic Systems
 Nonlinear Dynamics of Driven Systems
 Classical and Quantum Chaos in Relativistic Systems
 Nonlinear waves and Solitons in Networks
 Quantum Chaos at FiniteTemperature
3. Complex System Physics
 SelfOrganized Criticality and applications
 Modeling of extreme events, disasters and risks
 Econophysics
4. Mathematical Physics
 Direct and Inverse Spectral Problem for Schroedinger, Dirac and KleinGordon Equations
 Partial differential equations with Timedependent Boundary Conditions
 Linear and Nonlinear evolution equations on metric graphs
5. Quantum Information
 Quantum cryptography and computation on metric graphs
 Quantum Computation in Relativistic Systems
 Cavity Quantum Electrodynamics at Finite Temperature
