# BGL2017: 10th Bolyai-Gauss-Lobachevsky Conference on Non-Euclidean Geometry and Its Applications

A special issue of *Universe* (ISSN 2218-1997).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: **closed (31 October 2017)** | Viewed by 71216

## Special Issue Editors

**Interests:**hydrodynamics in high-energy heavy ion physics; Bose–Einstein correlations; femtoscopy; forward (small-x) processes in particle physics

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## Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

This special issue is dedicated to the conference: 10th Bolyai-Gauss-Lobachevsky Conference on Non-Euclidean Geometry and Its Applications (BGL2017) https://indico.cern.ch/event/586799/overview.

Traditionally, the topics of the Bolyai Gaus Lobachevsky conference series covers the following three main areas:

- Matematics: Non-Euclidean geometry and other topics related to Bolyai, Gauss and Lobachevsky (BGL)
- Physics: Modern physics and the heritage of BGL
- History of science: Recent results and the heritage of BGL
- Science outreach

In 2017, we invite submissions of talks within the above main areas in general, and related to the following topics in particular:

- Applications of non-Euclidean geometry in physics
- Applications of non-Euclidean geometry in informatics and other fields of science
- Biographies, bibliography, and personal relations of BGL
- Diffraction at LHC, and optical methods in accelerator physics
- Non-Gaussian Femtoscopy in high energy physics
- New solutions of fireball hydrodynamics including Navier-Stokes
- Gravitational waves and curved space-time
- History of science, related to BGL
- Metric theory, integrals in the Lobachevsky space
- Recent results on absolute geometry in mathematics
- Riemannian geometry, generalisations of the hyperbolic space
- Science outreach - methods to spread and to popularize science
- Other important new developments (open to suggestions).

Dr. Tamás Novák

*Guest Editors*

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