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Bauman Moscow State Technical University
5, 2-nd Baumanskaya street, Moscow, 105005 Russia

Faculty of Fundamental Sciences

ХХI International Meeting

Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory - 2019

01-05 July 2019

Laboratory Building of BMSTU

Moscow, Rubtsovskaya nab., 2/18

Title PIRT 2017

Registration

Proceedings

History of PIRT

Contacts


Video PIRT-2017


Photos PIRT-2017

Additional photos of PIRT-2017


International Scientific Committee

  • Anatoly Aleksandrov, Bauman University, Russia
  • Barry Barish, California Institute of Technology, United States
  • Aroonkumar Beesham, University of Zululand, South Africa
  • David Blair, University of South Western Australia, Australia
  • Anatol Cherepashchuk, Sternberg Astronomical Institute Moscow University, Russia
  • Alexander Chernikov, Bauman University, Russia
  • Sergei Chervon, Ulyanovsk State Pedagogical University, Russia
  • Naresh Dadhich, IUCAA, PUNE, India
  • John Dainton, Liverpool University, Great Britain
  • Vladimir Gladyshev, Bauman University, Russia
  • Georgii Izmailov, Moscow Aviation Institute, Russia
  • Nikolay Kardashev, Astro Space Center of P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute of RAS, Russia
  • Louis Kauffman, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
  • Richard Kerner, University Pierre et Marie Curie, France
  • Vassily Manturov, Bauman University, Moscow State University, Russia
  • Bivudutta Mishra, BITS-Pilani, India
  • Andrey Morozov, Bauman University, Russia
  • Nicola Napolitano, INAF Astronomical Observatory of Capodimonte, Italy
  • Guido Pizzella, University of Rome, Italy
  • Konstantin Postnov , Sternberg State Astronomical Institute Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
  • Vladislav Pustovoit, Russian Academy of Science, Bauman University, Russia
  • Carlos Romero, Universidade Federal da Paraiba, Brazil
  • Peter Rowlands, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • Valentin Rudenko, Sternberg State Astronomical Institute Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
  • Mikhail Sazhin, Sternberg State Astronomical Institute Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
  • Alexei Starobinsky, Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, Russia
  • Sergey Sushkov, Kazan Federal University, Russia
  • Roland Triay, Centre de Physique Théorique CNRS - Aix- Marseille University, France
  • Nina Tyannikova, Bauman University, Russia
  • Rainer Weiss, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States

Aleksandrov

Pustovoit

Gladyshev

Rowlands

G. Pizzella

G. Pizzella


Invited Speakers

  • Louis Kauffman, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
  • Vladimir Lipunov, Sternberg Astronomical Institute Moscow University, Russia
  • Nicola Napolitano, INAF Astronomical Observatory of Capodimonte, Italy
  • Yuri Pavlov, Institute of Problems of Mechanical Engineering, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  • Innocenzo M. Pinto, University of Sannio at Benevento, Italy
  • Vladislav Pustovoit, Russian Academy of Science, Bauman University, Russia
  • Carlos Romero, Universidade Federal da Paraiba, Departamento de Fisica, Brazil
  • Peter Rowlands, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • Roland Triay, Centre de Physique Théorique CNRS - Aix- Marseille University, France
  • Alexei Starobinsky, Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, Russia

David Blair

David Blair

David Blair

Barry Barish


Important dates

Registration – March 1, 2019

Submission of Abstracts – April 1, 2019

Submission of Papers – May 1, 2019


Foundation Support

David Blair

Rainer Weiss

David Blair

John Dainton

Louis Kauffman

Louis Kauffman


First informing letter

First informing letter


Participants PIRT-2019 (on 5 October, 2018)

  • Richard Amoroso, Noetic Advanced Studies Institute, United States
  • Chandrachur Chakraborty, Kavli Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Peking University, China
  • Vladimir Gladyshev, Bauman University, Russia
  • Vladimir Gorelik, Bauman University, Russia
  • Igor Fomin, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia
  • George Izmailov, Moscow Aviation Institute, Russia
  • Louis Kauffman, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
  • Vladimir Kauts, Bauman University, Russia
  • Vladimir Lipunov, Sternberg Astronomical Institute Moscow University, Russia
  • Boris Meierovich, P.L.Kapitza Institute for Physical Problems, Russia
  • Nicola Napolitano, INAF Astronomical Observatory of Capodimonte, Italy
  • Yuri Pavlov, Institute of Problems of Mechanical Engineering, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
  • Innocenzo M. Pinto, University of Sannio at Benevento, Italy
  • Vladislav Pustovoit, Russian Academy of Science, Bauman University, Russia
  • Carlos Romero, Universidade Federal da Paraiba, Departamento de Fisica, Brazil
  • Peter Rowlands, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • Roland Triay, Centre de Physique Théorique CNRS - Aix- Marseille University, France
  • Pradyumn Kumar Sahoo, BITS-Pilani, Hyderabad Campus, India
  • Alexei Starobinsky, Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, Russia


General program


Scientific program


Preliminary list of talks, including plenary and poster


BMSTU

The history of our institution, the Bauman MHTS (Moscow Higher Technical School), or presently the Bauman MSTU (Moscow State Technical University) dates back to 1830, when Emperor Nicholas I confirmed the "statute of the industrial school" to open in Moscow. Russia's developing industry needed skilled labor in many trades. So, the aim of the new school was to train skillful artisans with a solid theoretical background to improve and spread skills in various trades all over Russia. The training personnel of the school comprised graduates of the Moscow University who specialized in mathematics, mechanics, physics and chemistry. By 1868 the academic standards of the school were so high that it was reorganized into a special institution of higher learning (Imperial Moscow Technical School or IMTS). Its major task now was to train mechanics in construction, engineering and manufacturing. The IMTS was financially supported by the Government and industrialists. Its management was democratic. Its teaching staff boasted of many talented scientists who maintained contacts with the West. All these circumstances helped the School to achieve outstanding successes in manufacturing processes and practices in the chemical, food and textile industries, metal and wood processing, and structural mechanics. During the 1876 Exhibition in Philadelphia the practically-minded Americans highly appreciated and admired the methods used by the School, recognizing them as an original "Russian system" of training engineers. In 1876, Dr. Wrinkle, President of the Boston Institute of Technology, writes to V.K.Dela-Vos, Director of the Imperial Moscow Technical School that Russia is a recognized leader in handling the important problems of engineering education, and that no other system will hence be used in America. IMTS system of handicraft education of engineers was recognized all over the world. «Russian method» became especially well-known after Vienna World Exhibition (1873) where it was awarded Big Gold Medal. IMTS was recognized the best machine-building education institution of Russia and joined the ranks of the world leading polytechnic schools. A lot of outstanding scientists taught in IMTS, such as D. Mendeleev, N. Jukovsky, P. Chebychev, S. Chaplygin, A. Yershov, D. Sovetkin, F. Dmitriev, A. Letnikov, A. Gavrilenko.

Thus, the Moscow Higher Technical School joined the ranks of "leading polytechnical schools in Europe".

The late 19th century witnessed quickening progress in electrical engineering, aeromechanics, and the power engineering industry.

In 1918, the MHTS organized several research institutes, including TSAGI (Central Aerodynamics and Hydrodynamics Institute), which eventually developed into independent structures, separating from their parent. The quick industrial expansion of the country called for new training facilities on other fields of science and technology. In 1930, the MHTS began to branch out into many new institutions of higher learning: the Moscow Aviation Institute, the Moscow Power Engineering Institute, the Military Chemical Academy, the Textile Institute, and the Moscow Civil Engineering Institute.

The MHTS continued to specialize in training engineers for the machine-building and instrumentation industries.

In 1938, the MHTS opened new departments with a defense profile: armoured vehicles and tanks, artillery, and ammunition. In 1948, a department of rocketry was added.

The following famous scientists and specialists have graduated our school: Academician A.N. Tupolev, S.P. Korolev, and many other aircraft and rocket designers and developers; Academician N.A. Dollezhal, chief designer of atomic piles; Academician A.I.Tselikov, chief designer of metallurgical engineering; Academician S.A.Lebedev, chief designer of computers.

Our School is distinguished for high-level scientific and engineering training of students, extensive relations with industries, good traditions, and high professional and moral requirements which both the professors and students feel obliged to meet and maintain.

In 1989, the MHTS was conferred a new name: the Bauman Moscow State Technical University (Bauman MSTU).

Pafnuty Lvovich Chebyshev (16 May 1821 – 8 December 1894) was a Russian mathematician. Chebyshev is known for his work in the fields of probability, statistics, mechanics, and number theory. The Chebyshev inequality is used to prove the Weak Law of Large Numbers. Chebyshev is also known for the Chebyshev polynomials.

Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev(8 February 1834 – 2 February 1907) was a Russian chemist and inventor. He formulated the Periodic Law, created his own version of the periodic table of elements, and used it to correct the properties of some already discovered elements and also to predict the properties of eight elements yet to be discovered.

Nikolay Yegorovich Zhukovsky (17 January 1847– 17 March 1921) was a Russian scientist and a founding father of modern aero- and hydrodynamics. Whereas contemporary scientists scoffed at the idea of human flight, Zhukovsky was the first to undertake the study of airflow.

Sergei Pavlovich Korolev (12 January 1907 – 14 January 1966) was the lead Soviet rocket engineer and spacecraft designer in the Space Race between the United States and the Soviet Union during the 1950s and 1960s. He is considered by many as the father of practical astronautics.

Vladimir Nikolayevich Chelomey (30 June 1914 – 8 December 1984) was a Soviet mechanics scientist, aviation and missile engineer. He invented the very first Soviet pulse jet engine and was responsible for the development of the world's first anti-ship cruise missiles and ICBM complexes.

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Chebyshev

P.L. Chebyshev

Mendeleyev

D.I. Mendeleyev

Zhukovskiy

N.E. Zhukovskiy

Korolev

S.P. Korolev

Chelomey

V.N. Chelomey


Laboratory Building of BMSTU

The Laboratory Building of BMSTU was opened in 2004.

At the opening ceremony Minister of Education Vladimir Filippov called it "a symbol of the Russia’s rebirth".

The total area of the 11-storey building is over 80 thousand sq. meters (equivalent of 11 football fields). 5 thousand students of all departments can have classes there simultaneously.

The building houses 100 lecture halls, 20 computer classrooms, 19 elevators, a library, which can store nearly 1 million books, a reading room for 700 visitors, a concert hall having almost 1,200 seats and a conference hall for 130 seats.

The Laboratory Building stands on the bank of the River Yauza and its similarity with a ship's hull explains its nickname, that is "an icebreaker".

The Fundamental Science Scientific and Training Complex (visit http://fn.bmstu.ru for the Russian version and http://fn.bmstu.ru/index.php/en - for the English version) is located on the 4th, 6th, 8th, 9th and 10th floors of the Laboratory Building as well as in the main building on 2nd Baumanskaya street.

The PIRT Conference has been held in the Conference Hall of the Laboratory Building since 2005.

Laboratory Building of BMSTU Laboratory Building of BMSTU

Department of Physics

Department of Physics of Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU) has worked since 1832, when Physical Study to demonstrate physical phenomena during lectures for students was created at the Craft Institution of Moscow Training House.

On the first June in 1968 the Craft Institution was reformed into Emperor Moscow Technical Specialized School and the Physical Study got a new official status as Department of General and Applied Physics. Professor A.S.Vladimirskii, who had graduated from Moscow University, headed the Department.

The brightest historical moments of the Department were linked with names of professor V.S.Shchegolyaev (the head of the Department since 1886 till 1912) and academician P.P.Lazarev (the head of the Department since 1912 till 1925).

At different times a number of remarkable scientists have worked at the Department: academician, president of USSR Science Academy S.I.Vavilov, corresponding-members of USSR Science Academy K.A.Krug and A.S.Predvoditelev, professors A.B.Mlodzievskii, A.K.Trapeznikov, A.V.Shpol'skii, N.E.Uspenskii, V.D.Zernov, K.A.Putilov.

At present the staff of the Department of Physics consists of 14 professors, 47 readers, 8 senior teachers and 7 professors, 15 readers, 7 senior teachers occupy private positions.

The main scientific directions of the Department of Physics are

  • Electro-hydrodynamics (Prof. I.N. Aliev)
  • Nonreversible process research in natural media. Theory of precise measurements. (Prof. A.N. Morozov, amor59@mail.ru)
  • Electrodynamics of moving media; experimental tests of the relativity theory and electrodynamics (Prof. V.O. Gladyshev, dekan-fn@mail.ru)
  • Applied electrodynamics and radio-physics (Prof. O.S. Litvinov)
  • Theory of strength and destruction for solid bodies (Prof. V.N. Bovenko, (willian-2304@mail.ru)
  • Optics and spectroscopy (Prof. V.S. Gorelik, gorelik@sci.lebedev.ru)
  • Physical processes modeling in continuous media (Prof., Ph.D., the Winner of the State Prize of the USSR A.M. Makarov)
  • Physics of high-temperature processes (Prof. V.V. Gorev, kafedra-fiziki@mail.ru)
  • Methods of Computational Physics (Prof. M.F. Ivanov, ivanov_mf@mail.ru)
  • Solid State Physics (Prof. B.E. Vintaykin)
  • Laser Physics (Prof. N.F. Bunkin, nbunkin@kapella.gpi.ru)
  • Semiconductor microwave technology (Prof. S.P. Babenko, babenkosvetlana@mail.ru)
  • Electrodynamics of inhomogeneous media (Prof. S.M. Korotaev, korotaev@igemi.troitsk.ru)
  • Terahertz technology, spectroscopy (Prof. S.O. Yurchenko, st.yurchenko@mail.ru)
  • High energy astrophysics (Prof. V.L.Kauts, kauts@asc.rssi.ru)
  • Early Universe models and an exact solutions of the Einstein equations (Prof. I.V. Fomin, ingvor@inbox.ru)

There is a laboratory for student researching at the Department of Physics.

Since 2001 the Department of Physics trains on the courses of bachelor and master degrees in Engineering Physics.

More detailed information can be obtained from the Head of BMSTU Department of Physics - A.N.Morozov (amor@mx.bmstu.ru).

Проф. А.С.Владимирский
Prof. A.S.Vladimirsky - The first head of the department "General and Applied Physics" of the Imperial Moscow Technical School (1868)
Проф. П.П.Лазарев
Prof. P.P.Lazarev - Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1917). A Head of the Department of Physics from 1912 to 1924
Проф. С.И.Вавилов
Prof. S.I. Vavilov - the President of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, worked in the Department of Physics in Bauman MSTU from 1918 to 1932
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History of PIRT

The PIRT Conference is a event held in September since 1988 at Imperial College in London and since 2003 at Bauman University in Moscow.


Year Imperial College,
London, UK
Bauman University,
Moscow, Russia
1988 PIRT I -
1990 PIRT II -
1992 PIRT III -
1994 PIRT IV -
1996, Sept. 6-9 PIRT V -
1998, Sept. 11-14 PIRT VI -
2000, Sept. 15-18 PIRT VII -
2002, Sept. 6-9 PIRT VIII -
2003, 30.06-03.07 - PIRT-2003 (XI)
2004, Sept. 3-6 PIRT IX -
2005, July 4-7 - PIRT-2005 (XII)
2006, Sept. 8-11 PIRT X -
2007, July 5-7 - PIRT-2007 (XIII)
2008, Sept.12-15 PIRT XIV -
2009, July 6-9 - PIRT-2009 (XV)
2010, Sept. 10-13 PIRT XVI -
2011, July 4-7 - PIRT-2011 (XVII)
2013, July 1-4 - PIRT-2013 (XVIII)
2015, 29.06-02.07 - PIRT-2015 (XIX)
2017, July 3-6 - PIRT-2017 (XX)

Initially the conference aimed to allow free communication for foreign scientists with scientists from the former Soviet Union. It was planned to hold a conference in Kazan University (Russia), where one of the founders of non-Euclidean geometry N.I. Lobachevsky used to work.

In 1988 the first PIRT conference was organized at Imperial College (London), where it is held every two years. The conference is notable for the freedom of scientific views, large reports (up to 40 min), Proceedings published and the participation of Russian scientists.

In 2003 the first PIRT conference was held at BMSTU in Moscow. The event was a success, and it was decided to hold a conference in Moscow every two years. The PIRT Conference was also held in Calcutta (India) and Budapest (Hungary).

The PIRT Conference features talks on multi-dimensional theory of gravity, gravitational-wave experiments, dark matter, cosmic microwave background, space anisotropy search, tests of the theory of relativity and electrodynamics.

Duffy

Dr. Michael Duffy, PIRT-2002

PIRT-2006 at Imperial College

PIRT-2006 at Imperial College

On the Red Square, PIRT-2005

On the Red Square, PIRT-2005

Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed, PIRT-2007

Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed,
PIRT-2007

Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, PIRT-2009

Cathedral of Christ the Saviour,
PIRT-2009


Transport to BMSTU

How you can get to BMSTU from International Airport "Sheremetyevo-II" to metro station «Baumanskaya» (three variants):

  • Take bus number 817 to the underground station «Planernaya» (about 45 min., 21.5 km). Then go to the underground station «Tverskaya», then go to the underground station «Teatral'naya», and go over to the underground station «Ploshchad' Revolyutsii», then go to the underground station «Baumanskaya».
  • Take bus number 851 to the underground station «Rechnoi Vokzal» (about 43 min., 21.7 km). Then go to the underground station «Teatral'naya», (about 21 minutes) and go over to the underground station «Ploshchad' Revolyutsii», then go to the underground station «Baumanskaya».
  • High-speed trains “Aeroexpress” depart from Sheremetyevo Airport to Belorussky Railway station every 20–30 minutes. Travel time is 30–40 minutes to the underground station «Beloruskaiya». Then go to the underground station «Teatral'naya», (about 7 minutes) and go over to the underground station «Ploshchad' Revolyutsii», then go to the underground st

From station «Baumanskaya» to BMSTU.

From station «Baumanskaya» walk to the Rubtsovskaya nab., 2/18 (about 15 minutes).

Study Laboratory Building of BMSTU

Accommodation

As BMSTU hasn't got a special hotel for guests, you can book a room by yourself in the hotel of Izmailovskii Tourist Complex.

The hotel is nearby the underground station "Partizanskaya" (3 stations from the underground station "Baumanskaya").

Address: 105187, Moscow, Izmailovskoye Shosse, 71, Bldg. 3V, "Vega" Complex.

(All information on http://www.hotel-vega.ru/)


Registration Fee

Registration fee - 200 Euro.

Financial support is provided for scientists from developing countries, for students and post-graduate students.

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Auditorium

The Moscow PIRT-2017 will be held in the Study Laboratory Building of BMSTU, situated at the bank of river Yauza. Rubtsovskaya naberezhnaya 2/18.

The Hall is provided with modern equipments for presentations and has a system of synchronizing translation from Russian into English.

Auditirium

Photos of previous conferences


Permission, visa

To prepare the official Letter for Invitation for Russian Embassy in the other countries we need the following information from participants:

  • first name, second name (or patronymic name), and surname;
  • copy of passport (by e-mail or by fax);
  • place of work (Institution, University, etc.). (If you haven't got any, please write down "housekeeper");
  • address of work (Institution, University, etc.);
  • position;
  • dates of visiting Russia (arrival and departure);
  • cities and towns to be visited (Moscow and others);
  • date of birth;
  • place of birth;
  • dates of issue and expire of passport;
  • city visa.

It is needed to have medical insurance when you visit Russia.


Invitation

  • We will send to all participants of the conference letters of invitation to report by E-mail.
  • If you need the letter will be set by mail or fax.
  • For foreign participants Organizing Committee will preparethe official letters of invitation for the Russian Embassy.

Cultural program

An excursion to the Grand Kremlin Palace and the the Palace of the Facets is planned.

The Grand Kremlin Palace was built from 1837 to 1849 in Moscow, Russia on the site of the estate of the Grand Princes, which had been established in the 14th century on Borovitsky Hill. Designed by a team of architects under the management of Konstantin Thon, it was intended to emphasise the greatness of Russian autocracy. Konstantin Thon was also the architect of the Kremlin Armoury and the Cathedral of Christ the Savior.

The Grand Kremlin Palace was formerly the tsar's Moscow residence. Its construction involved the demolition of the previous Baroque palace on the site, designed by Rastrelli, and the Church of St. John the Baptist, constructed to a design by Aloisio the New in place of the first church ever built in Moscow.

Thon's palace is 125 metres long, 47 metres high, and has a total area of about 25,000 square metres. It includes the earlier Terem Palace, nine churches from the 14th, 16th, and 17th centuries, the Holy Vestibule, and over 700 rooms. The buildings of the Palace form a rectangle with an inner courtyard. The building appears to be three stories, but is actually two. The upper floor has two sets of windows. The west building of the Palace held state reception halls and the imperial family's private chambers.

Its five reception halls (Georgievsky, Vladimirsky, Aleksandrovsky, Andreyevsky, and Ekaterininsky) are named for orders of the Russian Empire: the Orders of St. George, Vladimir, Alexander, Andrew, and Catherine.

The Grand Kremlin Palace and the the Palace of the Facets

The Grand Kremlin Palace and the the Palace of the Facets

The Grand Kremlin Palace and the the Palace of the Facets


Meal

  • Coffee breaks are planned between the reports.
  • The time for coffee breaks and for lunch will be in programe of the Meeting.
  • The Organizing Committee is planning to give a dinner party for participants.

Translation (Interpretation)

  • Russian and English are the working languages at the conference.
  • The Organizing Committee can arrange interpretation for foreign participants during official parts of the Meeting (the opening and the closing of the Meeting, and reports) and excursions.

Kirsanova
Kirsanova Galina Vladimirovna


Moscow PIRT Proceedings

According to the results of the conference some papers will be selected for publishing in a separate issue of Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS), which is included in Scopus and Web of Science database.

The publication of papers is paid. The cost of one paper now is 35 pounds.

The articles should be thoroughly revised and put into shape in according to requirements.

abstracts-PIRT-2017 proceedings_PIRT_2015 proceedings_PIRT_2013 proceedings_PIRT_2011 proceedings_PIRT_2009 proceedings_PIRT_2007 proceedings_PIRT_2005 proceedings_PIRT_2003

Preferred format for abstracts and papers

The format of files of abstracts and papers is *.docx and *.doc (you also should send the hard copy in PDF format). An article should be formed as one file.

  • Paper size is European A4.
  • Margins are 4cm (top), 2.5cm (left and right) and 2.7cm (bottom).
  • The paper includes the author name and affiliation (full address including country).
  • The paper includes the abstract.
  • There are no page numbers, or headers and footers, within the paper.
  • The PDF is free of formatting errors (e.g. corrupt equations, missing or low-resolution figures), since conversion from Word to PDF can introduce formatting errors.
  • Text is single spaced, not double spaced.
  • The PDF file is editable and not password protected.
  • All pages are portrait (landscape pages should be rotated).
  • Reference lists are checked for accuracy. References can only be linked via Crossref if they are correct and complete.
  • Figures are placed within the text, not collected at the end of the document.
  • A thorough proofread is conducted to check the standard of English and ensure wording is clear and concise.

Authors must prepare their papers using Microsoft Word according to the guidelines and templates, and then convert these files to PDF.

Example of theses

Guidelines and templates


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Contacts

For all questions related to the Conference PIRT- 2019, please contact:
dekan-fn@mail.ru.

Scientific Secretary of PIRT-2019: Dr. Tyannikova Nina (Bauman MSTU, Russia).

Tyannikova
Dr. Tyannikova N.D.
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