Program

VENUE

The International Workshop “Information Technology & Culture” will be held at the Congress Center, room 1223 of the ITMO University (9 Lomonosova str, St. Peterbsurg, Russia)

The International Workshop “Information Technology and Computational Linguistics” will be held at the Congress Center, room 1222 of the ITMO University (9 Lomonosova str, St. Peterbsurg, Russia).

Research seminar “Governance through Collaboration: New Designs and Platforms for Government-Citizen Relations in Public Policy” (GtC2017) will be held at St. Petersburg State University.
June 23 - St. Petersburg, Smolny str., 1/3, 8 entrance (Assembly Hall)
June 24 - St. Petersburg, Smolny str., 1/3, 7 entrance (Great Hall)
Working languages: Russian, English. On June 23, the seminar will be conducted with translation.
 

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP “INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE” (ITC-2017)

PROVISIONAL PROGRAM

Day 1: 21 June 2017

10:00 – 15:00

OPENING & WELCOME

PLENARY SESSION “IMS – DTGS”  

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

18:00 – 19:30

POSTER SESSION & WELCOME RECEPTION

POSTER PRESENTATION

ITC-2017

Unpredictable Technological Future and Ideals of Russian Culture
Philip KAZIN and Stephen HAGEN (ITMO University, Russia)

Human Capital in the Information Society and the Wage Difference Factors
Anna ALETDINOVA and Maxim BAKAEV (Novosibirsk  State Technical University, Russia)

Problems of Multimedia Analysis in Socio-Cultural Researches
Alexander BERSHADSKY, Alexey TIMONIN, Alexander BOZHDAY and Oleg KOSHEVOY (Penza State University, Russia)

Selection Methods of Digital Information Resources for Scientific Heritage Studies: A Case Study of Georgy F. Gause
Dmitry PROKUDIN (Saint-Petersburg State University, ITMO University, Russia), Georgy LEVIT (ITMO University, Russia) and Uwe HOSSFELD (Jena University, Germany)

Logoshere: Information Security in the Context of Social Health
Tatiana FEDOROVA, Tatiana PETRUSHENKO and Nina KLINETSKAYA (Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia)

Synchronization of news, opinions and experiences of the culture sphere in various social and language groups using the digital infrastructure “Common World”
Arsenii TRETIAKOV, Maxim IVASHCHENKO and Valeria STROMTSOVA (ITMO University, Russia)

Enhancement of IT-professional education: Russian-Kazakh network of the IT-training centers
Daria CHERCHIMTSEVA, Olga DOLININA, Alexander BROVKO (Yury Gagarin State Technical University, Saratov, Russia) and  Leonid BOBROV (Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management, Russia)

Digital  libraries in  Russian  segment of Internet: the analisis  of  open  access  to  cultural heritage objects
Natalia TARUMOVA (Moscow State University, Russia)

Culture of social media interactions amongst modern students: Analysis of the social network vk.com, university groups “Overheard..." with big data
Anna MALTSEVA (Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia), Andrey KLEBANOV (Beensaid LLC),  Natalia SHILKINA (Altai State University, Russia), Olesya MAHNITKINA (Altai State University, Russia) and Ilya LYAMKIN (Beensaid LLC, ITMO University, Russia)

The identification of communities in the cyberspace of social networks based on average measure of similarity
Sergei IVANOV, Natalia GORLUSHKINA and Maksim KHLOPOTOV (ITMO University, Russia)

Assessment of internet addiction level of pupils and its prevention on the basis of realization of developing, educational and cultural- educational functions of the educational institution educational environment
Alexander FEDOROV (Russian State Social University, Russia)

Internet Video Resources as a Tool for Analyzing Dissemination of Russian Musical Culture
Tatiana Sherstinova and Gregory Martynenko (Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia)

ITCL-2017

Ordinal Statistics as a Tool for Comparing Frequency Dictionaries
Gregory Martynenko, Saint-Petersburg State University

Toward Domain-Specific Russian-Tatar Thesaurus Construction
Alfiya Galieva (Tatarstan Academy of Sciences), Olga Nevzorova (Tatarstan Academy of Sciences), Natalia Loukashevich (Moscow State University), Dzhavdet Suleymanov (Tatarstan Academy of Sciences), Bulat Khakimov (Kazan Federal University) and Alexander Kirillovich (Kazan Federal University)

In Search of Lost Collocations: Combining Measures to Reach the Top Range
Edward Klyshinsky (Higher School of Economics) and Maria Khokhlova (Saint-Petersburg State University)

Corpus-based stylostatistic research of modern Tibetan scientific writing
Anna Kramskova, Saint-Petersburg State University

Three-dimensional Visualisation of Frequency
Andrew Ogai, Saint-Petersburg State University

Day 2: 22 June 2017

9:30 – 10:00

REGISTRATION

10:00 – 10:40

OPENING & WELCOME

KEYNOTE LECTURE:

Unpredictable Technological Future and Ideals of Russian Culture

Philip Kazin, Ass.Prof., ITMO University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia 

10:40 – 11:40

Paper  Session 1: Information Technology & Culture

Out-convergence: co-evolution of media and reality of life

Andrei Ulianovskii, Olga Filatova,Vadim Golubev, Tatiana Dobrova and Aleksey Smirnov, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia

CHPC-complex prototype: a model-based software and hardware approach to indoor microclimate management for cultural heritage preservation and conservation

Rezeda Khaydarova, Maxim Lapaev and Igor Bondarenko, ITMO University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Quantified Construction of Self: Numbers, Narrative and the Modern Individual.

Yulia Stepanchuk, Ural Federal University, Russia

11:40 – 12:00

Coffee Break 

12:00 – 13:00

KEYNOTE LECTURE:

Does Information Technology Change Culture or Culture Changes Technology? Empirical Research

Dr. Neelam TIKKHA, MMV, RTM Nagpur University, India, Chief Editor for International Journal: IMJ

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch 

 

14:00 – 16:00

Paper Session 2:   Science and Higher Education in the Information Networks

The Problem of Representation of Contemporary Science in the Informational Networks.

Elena Chebotareva and Lada Shipovalova, Institute of Philosophy, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia

Modern information technologies as a tool for research and presentation of narrative: possible ways of applying in historical science

Olga V. Kuzmina and Aleksei S. Miloslavov, ITMO University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Formation of Information Culture and Media Literacy in Modern University Communities: a Comparative Analysis of the Experience of Russian and American Universities

Elena Yelkina, ITMO University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

The Transformation of Education as Movement from the E-Learning and Blended-Learning to M-Learning: Trends, Benefits and Risk of Education Digital Transformation.

Olga Guchinskaia and Larisa Kraeva, ITMO University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

16:00 – 16:30

Presentation of the new academic multimedia online journal «International Culture &Technology Studies»

16:30–17:00

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP “ITC-2017” CLOSING

18:00 – 20:00

Gala Dinner

 

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP “INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS”
(ITCL-2017)

PROVISIONAL PROGRAM

 Day 3: 23 June 2017

9:30 – 10:00

REGISTRATION

10:00 – 10:40

OPENING & WELCOME

KEYNOTE LECTURE:

Known Issues of Modern Applied Syntax Parsing

Andrey Popov, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia

10:40 – 11:40

Paper  Session 1

Morphosyntactic Parser and Textual Corpora: Processing Uncommon Phenomena of Tibetan Language

Pavel Grokhovskiy, Aleksei Dobrov, Anastasia Dobrova and Nikolay Soms, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia

Evaluation and combining association measures for collocation extraction

Victor Zakharov, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia

Principles of Tibetan Compounds processing in Lexical Database

Maria Smirnova and Pavel Grokhovskiy, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia

11:40 – 12:00

Coffee Break 

12:00 – 13:00

Paper  Session 2

Building a corpus of real texts for deception detection

Tatiana Litvinova, Ekaterina Ryzhkova, Olga Litvinova and Evgeni Larin, Voronezh State Pedagogical University, Russia

A Corpus-driven Model of Arabic Morphosyntax: a Pilot Project

Alexey Dobrov and Tamara Ryzhenkova, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia

Topic Modelling in Parallel and Comparable Fiction Texts (the case study of English and Russian prose)

Olga Mitrofanova and Anastasiia Sedova, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch 

Research seminar “Governance through Collaboration: New Designs and Platforms for Government-Citizen Relations in Public Policy” (GtC2017)

PROVISIONAL PROGRAM

Day 1: 23 June 2017

9:30 – 10:00

REGISTRATION

St. Petersburg, Smolny str., 1/3, 8 entrance (Assembly Hall)

10:00 – 12:00

OPENING & WELCOME            

Chair: Leonid Smorgunov (St. Petersburg State University)                              

Welcome address:

Alexander Kurochkin, Dean, Faculty of Political Science, St. Petersburg State University

Jeremy Lewis, Chair of RC-48 on Administrative Culture, IAPS

Leonid Smorgunov, St. Petersburg State University, Chair of Research Committee on Comparative Political Science, RAPS

Session 1. KEYNOTE ADDRESSES:

Gregg Bucken-Knapp (School of Public Administration & Center for Global Migration, University of Gothenburg, Sweden)

Andrea Spehar (University of Gothenburg, Sweden) Modes of Governance, Models of Integration and the Voices of Migrants: The Labor Market Integration Experiences Of Refugee Women to Sweden

Vladimir Yakimets (Institute for Information Transmission Problems, Russian Academy of Sciences - RAS, Moscow) New Formats in the Russian Public-State Governance (in Russian)

Jeremy Lewis (Huntingdon College, USA) Open government and online governance in the twenty-first century

Vladimir Komarovsky (Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration - RANEPA, Moscow) Conditions and prerequisites for "involvement in publicity" (in Russian)

12:20 – 14:00

Session 2

Chair: Jeremy Lewis (Chair of RC-48 on Administrative Culture, IAPS)

Clash of agendas as a political phase of community governance
Alexandr Solovyov (Lomonosov Moscow State University) (in Russian)

Legal aspects of the activity of non-governmental organizations human rights movement in Russia

Anna Jach (Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie, Poland)

Collaboration in Global Governance - the UN and Indigenous Peoples

Galina Gribanova (St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg)

Network mechanisms for the formation of identities

Elena Morozova, Inna Miroshnichenko (Kuban State University, Krasnodar) (in Russian)

Expanding the radii of trust between society and the state as a condition for the effectiveness of public policy                                                                          Ivan Radikov (St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg) (in Russian)

14:00 – 15:00

Lunch 

15:00 – 16:40

Session 3

Chair: Alexandr Solovyov (Lomonosov Moscow State University)

Civil Activism and Public Policy in Russia: Status and Challenges

Larisa Nikovskaya (Institute of Sociology, RAS, Moscow) (in Russian)

Participatory Public Policy and Inclusive Growth in the BRICS

Leonid Smorgunov (St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg)

Interaction of Russian youth associations and regional authorities: problems and prospects

Olga Popova (St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg) (in Russian)

Civilian control as an important form of interaction between state and civil society in Russia

Alexander Kochetkov (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow) (in Russian)

Factors of the effectiveness of bureaucracy in the regions of Russia

Alexander Sungurov (HSE, St. Petersburg) (in Russian)

17:00 – 19:00

Session 4

Chair: Ivan Radikov (St. Petersburg State University)

Democracy of one "click": opportunities and problems of governance in the digital age

Alexandra Glukhova (Voronezh State University) (in Russian)

Regulation of Conflict of Interest of National Parliamentarians: General Patterns and Tendencies

Valeria Smirnova (University of Cologne, Germany)

Power and Institutions of Civil Society: to the Problem of Trust, Distrust

Valentin Mikheev (RANEPA, Moscow) (in Russian)

Governance through state and society collaboration: problems of mutual responsibility

Lydia Timofeeva (RANEPA, Moscow) (in Russian)

Legitimation of public policy: political and cultural framework and discursive structures of "governance through collaboration"

Konstantin Zavershinsky (St. Petersburg State University) (in Russian)

Educational management: project or process?
Valery Dubitsky (Tyumen State University) (in Russian)

Day 2: 24 June 2017

9:30 – 10:00

REGISTRATION

June 24 - St. Petersburg, Smolny str., 1/3, 7 entrance (Great Hall)

10:00 – 15:00

Track 1. Participatory policies and technologies (in English)

Great hall 

Chair: Anna Volkova (St. Petersburg State University)  

Session 1. 10.00-12.00

Governance through community engagement. Is digital democracy making governments more accountable? Exploring the Impact of Civic Technology in Latin America and the Barriers to Effective Government Openness

Erica Gorbak (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Participatory budgeting and social inclusion in modern Brazil

Elena Blinova (St. Petersburg State University)

New trends in e-government: comparative analysis of e-participation systems in the United Kingdom and Russian Federation

Svetlana Fedorova, Daria Malceva (Saint Petersburg State University)

Social networks and public policy: Place for public dialogue?

Kirill Neverov, Diana Budko (Saint Petersburg State University)

Politicians driving online discussion: are institutionalized influencers top Twitter users?

Anna Smoliarova (St. Petersburg State University)

Types of the youth's electoral behavior in suffrage

Vitaly Shirobokov (Russian State Social University, Moscow)

Telegram-Channels as the Prospective Technology in Government Transparency

Victor Kazanin (Government of Moscow City)

 

Session 2. 12.20-14.20

"Smart regulation" in the public policy of modern Russia: civil abilities and cooperation

Anna Volkova (St. Petersburg State University) (in Russian)

System of indicators for assessing the network community

Natalia Ryabchenko (Kuban State University, Krasnodar)

Media of Contention: The Triggers of Protest Mobilization in Web-Based Social Networks

Aleksandr Sherstobitov (St. Petersburg State University)

Open government data as a tool for publicity and cooperation between the state and citizens Resources in EEU countries

Olga Filatova, Vadim Golubev, Ildar Ibragimov and Svetlana Balabanova (St.Petersburg State University)

Non-Formal Interview as a Genre of New Media

Elena Klemenova (Rostov State University of Economics)

Sovereign Democracy in Russia: reality, chimera or agenda?

Loredana Maria Simeonov (Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Romania), Natalya Denisenkova (Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow)

Political Technologies in the Modern Information Society

Svetlana Vinogradova, Tatyana Shaldenkova, Dmitrii Rushchin (St. Petersburg State University)

Strategies for the harmonization of interests as a source for cooperation in the Public Policy of Russia

Tatyana Koulakova, Sofya Koverzneva, Oleg Koverznev (St. Petersburg State University)

Political system transformation in Iceland under the Internet influence

Elena Boldyreva, Natalia Grishina (ITMO University, St. Petersburg)

Analysis of the Program-Target Approach of the Russian Antidrug Policy (Regional Level)

Elena Serova (ITMO University, St. Petersburg)

10:00 – 15:00

Track 2. Strategic Public Administration and Participation (in Russian)

Room 132

Chair: Yaroslava Shashkova (Altai State University, Barnaul)  

Session 1. 10.00-12.00

National symbols as a factor of integration and disintegration of society: The case of "Motherland"

Oleg Ryabov (St. Petersburg State University), Tatyana Ryabova (Herzen Russian State Pedagogic University, St. Petersburg).

State Management of NGOs and Civic Activity: Conditions and Problems of Implementation (Example of the Yaroslavl Region)

Alexander Sokolov (Yaroslavl State University)

Opportunities and realities of citizen participation in political decision-making in modern Russia

Inna Vetrenko (Omsk State University)

Cities for Citizens: Participatory Budgeting as an Instrument of Collaboration in Public Policy

Rebekka Vulfovich (North-West Institute of Administration, RANEPA, St. Petersburg)

Strategic risk management in public administration: theoretical and practical problems of toolkits

Darya Malceva (St. Petersburg State University)

"Help the city!" Public Council as a format of interaction between citizens and authorities

Alexey Kolba (Kuban State University, Krasnodar)

 

Session 2. 12.20-14.20

Citizen as a subject of public administration: experience of state electoral policy

Nikolai Grishin (Astrakhan State University)

The role of parties in the public policy of the region (on the example of the Altaisky Krai)

Yaroslava Shashkova (Altai State University, Barnaul)

Inclusive Politics in the City Administration

Anastasia Bushueva (St. Petersburg State University)

On an integral system of governing society as a necessary condition of governance through collaboration

Alexander Kulinchenko (Financial University, Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow)

Preventive turn in modern criminal policy: governance of the future through collaboration

Anna Gurinskaya (St. Petersburg State University)

Observation movement in Russia: innovative research potential

Oleg Reut (North-West Institute of Administration, RANEPA, St. Petersburg)

10:00 – 15:00

Track 3. Participation, co-creation and effectiveness of public policy

Room 213

Chair: Nikolay Baranov (Baltic State Technical University "Voenmeh", St. Petersburg)  

Session 1. 10.00-12.00

Socio-political fundamentals of administrative culture

Jamal Mutagirov (St. Petersburg State University)

Multitude as a subject of public policy

Chetyreva Lyubov Borisovna (Samara National Research University)

International experience and Russian management practices: a difficult road to cooperation

Nikolai Baranov (Baltic State Technical University "Voenmeh", St. Petersburg)

Environmental policy as an important result of interaction between the state and civil society

Alexey Kadochnikov (Pushkin Leningrad State University, St. Petersburg)

Monitoring public political institutions and their inclusion in the processes of policy making: from confrontation to cooperation

Andrey Nosikov (North-West Institute of Administration, RANEPA, St.Petersburg)

Consent culture as a condition for the realization of political will

Grigory Tulchinsky (Higher School of Economics - HSE, St. Petersburg)

Co-creation in the sphere of religious and political (history experience) Baatr Kitinov (Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow)

Problems of the development of public policy in the context of the crisis of modern democracy

Sergey Eliseev (St. Petersburg State University)

Mediation and the development of interactive practices in the resolution of ethnic and confessional conflicts in the South of Russia

Galina Rogochaya (Kuban State University, Krasnodar)

 

Session 2. 12.20-14.20 

Influence of the human factor on the success of the implementation of strategies

Ivan Blagikh (St. Petersburg State University)

Specificity of business and municipal power relations of St. Petersburg in the aspect of development of intersectoral social partnership

Alexey Plotnikov (Donetsk National University, Ukraine)

An educated class in the Russian political process

Lyudmila Titova (Ushinsky Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University)

Agenda in public administration: factors of formation

Vladimir Kolesnikov (North-West Institute of Administration, RANEPA, St. Petersburg)

Empirical measurement of the social capital of a modern metropolis in models of interaction between civil society and the state

Oleg Lagutin, Anna Shentyakova (St. Petersburg State University)

Cooperative management model in the context of metamodern

Darya Khokhlova (St. Petersburg State University)

Practices of social partnership in the sphere of labor relations

Larisa Tadjibova (St. Petersburg State University of Civil Aviation)