XLVIII International Scientific Students Conference "Students and Progress in Science and Technology" (Russian Federation, Novosibirsk - April, 10-14, 2010)
| The main aim of the conference is to involve students and young scientists in the research connected with actual problems of modern science and to stimulate the process of integration of higher education and fundamental science. The conference will take place on 10-14 April 2010.
In the reports, the results of both theoretical and experimental research can be presented.
The scientific program of the conference consists of 22 sections:
||Mathematics. Algebra; mathematical logic and its applications; differential equations; geometry and topology; functional theory, functional and mathematical analysis; hydrodynamics; continuum mechanics; theoretical cybernetics; probability theory; computational mathematics; Monte Carlo methods and applications; mathematical simulations; programming; mathematical economics; mathematical biology.
||Physics. Radiophysics; research automation and computer graphics; informatics in physics and technology; cryophysics, phase transitions and magnetism; plasma physics; accelerators and particle physics; aerophysics and non-equilibrium processes; quantum optics; semiconductors and dielectrics; chemical physics; biophysics and medical physics; physics research of functional materials and nanosystems.
||Chemistry. Catalysis and adsorption; organic chemistry; biochemistry and natural compounds; physical chemistry; inorganic chemistry; solid state chemistry; analytical chemistry.
||Molecular design and eco-safe technologies. Supramolecular chemistry and eco-safe technologies; molecular design of biologically active substances.
||Biology. Physiology of animals and human; ecology; molecular biology and biochemistry; cytology and genetics; bioinformatics.
||Geology. Paleontology and stratigraphy; petrography; mineralogy; geophysics; common and regional geology; geology of fossil fuels; geomechanics and mining.
||Informational technology (IT). Computer graphics, animation, multimedia, hypermedia, virtual space; geographic informational technologies; network, Internet technologies and applications; techniques and systems of data protection and security; distributed information processing, corporate informational systems; IT in learning and teaching; control systems; instrumental and applied software systems; AI technologies; parallel computing architectures; application of scientific results in software.
||Economics. Theoretical economics; analysis and simulation of regional development; informatics and imitational simulations; economics of industry; finances and banking; sociology; business and administration.
||History. Culture of Ancient and Middle Ages; history of XIX-XX centuries; history of Russia: X to middle XIX centuries; history of Russia: middle XIX to XX centuries; social, economical and demographic problems of Russian history of XX-XXI centuries; problems of the history of social and political development of Russia; history of culture and ideology of soviet and post-soviet society.
||Archaeology of Eurasia. Stone age; Bronze and early Iron Age; Middle Ages.
||Ethnography. Ethnic groups in Eurasia; Russian and Slavic groups in Siberia; modern ethnic processes in Eurasia.
||Oriental science. History; mythology and philology; philosophy and culture; economics, geopolitics and law.
||Philosophy. History of philosophy; philosophy and modern science; problems of philosophical anthropology; traditions and innovations in spiritual culture; principles and forms of social interactions; philosophy and education.
||Globalism and sustainable development. Social communications, social and cultural base of sustainable development: problems and techniques; globalism and geopolitics: regions in world integration; modern ecological problems and environmentalism.
||Literature. Ancient Russian literature and archeography; Russian literature of XIX century; Russian literature of XX century.
||Linguistics. Lexical semantics; syntax; linguostylistics; communicative aspects of Russian language; history of Russian language and textology; linguistical typology.
||Foreign languages: linguistics and intercultural communication. Theory and methodology of foreign languages teaching; translation; intercultural communication; theory and history of language. Any language can be used as the object of research.
||Journalism. History of journalism; modern mass media; language and style of mass media.
||Psychology. Theoretical and applied aspects of personal psychology; clinical psychology; psychological consulting and group aspects.
||Medicine. Clinical medicine; molecular medicine.
||Management and administration. Actual aspects of implementation of national projects; actual problems of state and regional administration; state regulation of economy; informational technologies in state and municipal administration; psychology of administration; Russian and foreign experience in state and municipal administration; theory and practice of marketing and management; staff management; finance and insurance management; sociology of management.
||State and Law. Civil and economic law in Russia; constitutional, municipal and administrative law; theory and history of state and law; criminal law and legal actions; industrial, housing and business law.
For sections 1-20: non-local participants of the conference can request the accommodation place at one of the resort camps on the bank of Ob sea (Novosibirsk Reservoir) in 10 km from Novosibirsk State University. Preliminary price is 650 russian rubles (approx. 20 euros) per night/person. Two meals (breakfast and dinner) included. Free shuttle service from the camp to the university will be provided.
For sections 21-22: non-local participants can request the accommodation in Siberian Academy of Public Administration campus.
More detailed information on the conditions and prices of accommodation will be available at the website in February 2010.
The accommodation charge is not included in the conference fee and should be paid separately in cash on arriving to the place of accommodation. All necessary financial formalities will be completed.
How to apply for the conference
To apply to the conference independently on the scientific section you should:
1. Fill the application form provided by the information system at http://issc.nsu.ru website before February, 20th, 2010.
2. Before February 20th, attach to your application form at the website the abstract of your work.
o Abstracts should be based on the templates published at the website. For section 1 ("Mathematics") the LaTeX format is obligatory. Microsoft Word Document or compatible formats are required for all other sections.
o Working languages of the conference are Russian and English.
After February 20th, the information system at the website will be closed. No more applications will be processed.
Up to March, 6th, the Scientific Committee will perform the abstracts review and approval. Approved abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings and the corresponding talks will be included in the conference schedule. The participants will be informed on the approval of their abstracts via e-mail to the addressed mentioned in the application form.
For foreign participants who need to perform visa formalities to enter the Russian Federation, the deadline for submitting the abstracts is February 10th. The separate review of such abstracts will be performed, and in case of approval, the official invitations will be sent before February 25th.
Information on the status of your application can be got anytime through the information system at the conference website.
The scientific committee has the right to reject the abstracts that 1) do not fit in the base scientific topics of the conference; 2) do not contain scientific information; 3) do not fit in the borders of scientific program based on the applications received; 4) significantly violate the formatting rules; 5) are received by the organizing committee after 20/02/2010. Only the authors of approved abstracts possess the right to present their speeches orally.
The formal invitations will be sent to the authors of approved abstracts. The approved abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings. Each section will prepare the separate volume of proceedings.
Based on the results of oral presentations, the best works of students are awarded with special diplomas. If the speaker already has the university degree, their work cannot be awarded by diplomas.
On special decision of Scientific Committee, the authors of the best works can be awarded by the right to publish the full article on their work. Detailed information on the publication conditions will be available in February 2010.
For the participants residing outside Russian Federation, publication of the abstracts in the conference proceedings is free of charge.
The authors of approved abstracts being the citizens of Russian Federation should pay the conference fee of 400 rubles per abstract before March 18th, 2010. In case of non-payment the abstracts will be excluded from the conference proceedings. Detailed conditions and full explanation of the payment procedure will be published in February 2010.
Organizing committee contacts
For sections 1-20:
ISSC org. committee, office 420
Novosibirsk State University
Pirogova street, 2
http://issc.nsu.ru/, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
phone/fax: +7 (383) 363-40-57
Responsible secretary: Mr. Ilya Orlov.
Technical secretary: Ms. Nadezhda Nebogatikova.
For sections 21 and 22:
ISSC org. committee
Siberian Academy for Public Administration
Nizhegorodskaya street, 6
http://www.sapa.sib.ru, e-mail: email@example.com
phone: +7 (383) 218-01-76;
fax: +7 (383) 210-17-30 (please make a note - "for A. Kiryanko").
Responsible secretary: Ms. Anastasia Kiryanko.