INFORMATION


CONTACT
  • Andrei Chugunov – Organization Committee Head
  • Yuri Misnikov – Program Coordinator
  • Yury Kabanov – Conference Director
    [+7 (960) 262 50 93]
  • Marina Lebedeva – Partners Cooperation and PR
  • Maria Gruzdeva – Information Manager
  • E-mail: dtgs@corp.ifmo.ru






PARTNERS






Program and Venue


VENUE

The conference will be held at the Congress Center of the ITMO University (9 Lomonosova str., St. Peterbsurg, Russia). 

PROVISIONAL PROGRAM

Day 1: 21 June 2017

10:00 – 15:00

OPENING & WELCOME

KEYNOTE LECTURES:

 

Great Empirical Discoveries in WWW World

Prof. Daniil ALEXANDROV, National Research University Higher School of Economics.

 

The Power of Big Data

Dr. Gianluca DEMARTINI, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

 

Urban Health Decision Support: from Big Data to Predictive Models

Prof. Alexander BOUKHANOVSKY, ITMO University

 

16:00 – 18:00

POSTER SESSION & WELCOME PARTY

List of Posters

 

Day 2: 22 June 2017

9:00– 10:00

REGISTRATION

10:00 - 11:40

PANEL SESSION 1. E-SOCIETY: SOCIAL MEDIA ANALYSIS

 

Digital Inequality in Russia through the Use of Social Network Site: A Cross-Regional Comparison

Yuri Rykov, Oleg Nagornyy and Olessia Koltsova.

 

Detecting interethnic relations with the data from social media

Olessia Koltsova, Sergey Nikolenko, Svetlana Alexeeva, Oleg Nagorny and Sergei Koltcov.

 

Content Sharing in Conflictual Ad-Hoc Twitter Discussions: National Patterns or Universal Trends

Svetlana Bodrunova, Anna Litvinenko, Ivan Blekanov and Anna Smoliarova.

 

Ideological Segregation in the Russian Cyberspace: Evidences from St Petersburg

Denis Martyanov and Il’ia Bykov

 

Russian Anti-corruption protests: How Russian Twitter sees it?

Valerii Nechai and Dmitry Goncharov.

11:40 – 12:00

Coffee Break

12:00 – 13:00

KEYNOTE LECTURE

 

Internet Censorship in China

Dr. King-wa FU, The University of Hong Kong, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

13:00-14:00

Lunch

14:00 – 15:40

PANEL SESSION 2. E-POLITY: E-GOVERNMENT, E-PARTICIPATION & THE NEW MEDIA

 

Policy Networks from Metaphor to Measurement: MEPs and Interest Groups Representatives on Twitter

Michaël Boireau

 

Public Service Ethics v. Social Media Use in Russia

Bundin Mikhail, Martynov Aleksei and Avrutin Yury

 

Measuring Progress in E-Participation in Russia: the Results of a Multi-Method Case Study

Lyudmila Vidiasova and Yaroslava Tensina

 

Common Government Services Portal of Russian Federation. How do people use it? What do they think about it?

Evgeniya Petrova

 

Requisites for open budgeting: comparison of ‘budget for citizens’ in Russian regions using QCA

Leonid Smorgunov

15:40  - 16:00

Coffee Break

16:00 – 17:40

PANEL SESSION 3. E-Society: EDUCATION AND THE HUMANITIES

 

Developing social competence of preschoolers in digital era: gender dimensions

Yuliya Proekt, Alexandra Kosheleva, Voiletta Lugovaya and Valeriya Khoroshikh.

 

Knowledge Management Trends in the Digital Economy Age

Tatiana Gavrilova, Artem Alsufyev and Liudmila Kokoulina

 

The Effectiveness of Leading Russian Universities in Achieving Graduate-Level Employability from Social Network Data

Philip Kazin, Oksana Pavlova, Stephen Hagen and Nikolay Butakov.

 

Analyzing Web Presence of Russian Northwestern Universities

Anastasiya Kuznetsova, Stanislav Pozdniakov and Ilya Musabirov.

 

Strategic Planning of Science City Socio-Economic Development

Alexander Raikovs

18:00 – 20:00

Gala Dinner, Best Paper Awards

 

Day 3: 23 June 2017

10:00 – 11:30

PANEL SESSION 4. E-HEALTH

 

Dynamically Integrating Electronic- with Personal Health Records for Ad-hoc Healthcare Quality Improvements

Aleksandr Kormiltsyn and Alex Norta

 

Comparison of electronic workflow for European and Russian healthcare services

Irina Sergeeva, Ariadna Aleksandrova, Yulia Ryabukhina and Ekaterina Ostapovets

 

An ontology-based system for storing the research results on medical diagnostics

Aleksandra Vatian, Natalia Dobrenko, Natalia Gusarova, Anton Filatov and Galina Artemova.

 

Boosting performance of influenza outbreak prediction framework

Vasiliy N. Leonenko and Nikita E. Seleznev

11:30 – 12:00

Coffee Break

12:00 – 13:00

KEYNOTE LECTURE

 

The Future of Urban Mobilty

Prof. Carlos Gershenson, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México & MIT Senseable City Lab

 

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch

14:00 – 15:30

PANEL SESSION  5. E-CITY

 

Data-based Energy Provision for Smart Cities

Ralf-Martin Soe

 

GAND: Multi-criteria decision analysis method for choice the most preferable public transport network designed using geospatial data

Danila Parygin, Alexey Golubev, Natalia Sadovnikova and Maxim Shcherbakov

 

Hotel value dimensions and tourists' perception of the city. The case of St.Petersburg

Nikita Kaspruk, Olga Silyutina, Viktor Karepin and Ilya Musabirov

 

Smart city development with consideration of needs and values of the population

Sergey Mityagin, Tikhonova Olga and Sergey Drojjin.

15:30 – 16:00

Coffee Break

16:00 – 17:30

PANEL SESSION 6. E-ECONOMY & E-FINANCE

 

Financial markets data collection using the information model of interagency cooperation and the international system of codification of financial instruments

Yuri Lipuntsov, Richard Beatch and Inessa Collier

 

Digital Economy and Knowledge Barriers: Their Origin and Dealing with Them

Evgeny Zinder and Irina Yunatova.

 

Is Russia Ready for Digital Transformation?

Elena Dobrolyubova, Oleg Alexandrov and Alexey Yefremov.

 

Nascent Entrepreneurs in Social Media: Social Capital as Factor of Success

Olga Dornostup and Alena Suvorova.

17:30 – 18:00

CONFERENCE CLOSING

18:00 – 19:30

Social Event for Participants (Excursion)

 

 

Poster Presentations 

POSTER SESSION & WELCOME PARTY

 

Analysis and Classification of Multi-Opinionated Content in the Era of Cyber Activism

Priya Dhawan, Gopika Bhardwaj and Rishabh Kaushal

 

Learning to Identify Actionable Information from Social Media for Effective Governance  

Himani Garg, Charu Bansal, Rishabh Kaushal and Indra Thanaya

 

Relationship between the Internet and Political Regime: A Literature Review and Empirical Testing 

Yury Kabanov and Bogdan Romanov

 

Estimation of relationship between domains of ICT semantic network

Ravil I. Mukhamediev, Ramiz M. Aliguliyev and Jelena Muhamedijeva

 

Challenges of the Digital Economy in the Context of Globalization: Training of PhDs in Software Engineering in Russia

Vladimir Khalin, Alexander Yurkov and Yury Kosov

 

Assessing Subjective Quality of Web Interaction with Neural Network as Context of Use Model 

Maxim Bakaev, Vladimir Khvorostov and Tatiana Laricheva

 

Online Socioeconomic Activity in Russia: Patterns of Dynamics and Regional Diversity 

Dmitrii Verzilin, Tatiana Maximova and Irina Sokolova

 

NBIC convergence as a stage of transition of Saint-Petersburg’s E-Government information space to the sixth techno-economic paradigm 

Sergey Dyatlov and Oleg Lobanov

 

Fashion bloggers as cultural intermediaries: the meaning of brand choices in style production

Margarita Kuleva and Daria Maglevanaya

 

Blocking Social Media. Reasoning and Legal Grounds

Ekaterina Shireeva, Andrei Kaplunov, Vladimir Ukhov and Aleksei Martynov

 

Computer games in Focus of Modern Russian and American Legislation  Olga Kononova and Aleksandra Grant

 

Mobile Device Security, Management of Personal Privacy and Business Data 

Ekaterina Pshehotskaya and Oleg Mikhalskiy

 

Protection against information in eSociety: using Data Mining methods to counteract unwanted and malicious data 

Igor Kotenko, Igor Saenko and Andrey Chechulin

 

Problems of legal regulation of games with augmented reality (example of the Russian Federation)

Roman Amelin and Channov Sergey

 

eGov Services Consumers in the Process of Innovations’ Diffusion: the Case from St. Petersburg

Lyudmila Vidiasova and Andrei Chugunov

 

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