New trends in physics
Explorations of the early stages of our Universe and investigations in the field of higher-dimensional black holes/black objects and dark matter area, pertain to the priority activities of the leading research centers in the world. The principal meaning of the aforementioned problems was confirmed by granting the Nobel prizes for the studies of microwave background radiation anisotropy (CMB), examination of the expansion of the Universe (dark energy problem) and experimental detection of gravitational waves. By using the new methods originated in the contemporary unification theories (AdS/CFT correspondence) and by elaborating the interaction of dark matter sector with compact objects, like black holes, neutron stars, one can draw conclusions connected with the possible influence of dark matter on the growth of the structures in the Universe. The aforementioned conference talks and discussions might lead to predictions of quite new phenomena which occurred during the early phase of our Universe, which can be tested in the near-future. Obtained results enable a better understanding of the phenomenological aspects of help us to understand physics of the early Universe. The additional trump card is the possibility of conducting joint discussions with world famous scientists from abroad as well as from Poland.