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Draft Program - 2007

Plenary session



December 4, 2007, 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

  1. Viktorov A.D., The chair of the department for science and higher education of St. Petersburg Administration “The role of Science in modern society”
  2. Maximov, A. S., deputy chair of the department for science and higher education, SPb. “The intergration of Science and High Education. Experience of St. Peterburg"
  3. Fedorov, M. P., St Petersburg State Polytechnic University, rector, and V. V. Korablev, the chair of the Department of international scientific relations . “International ecological projects”.
  4. Georges Waysand, (France, Euroscience, Governing Board) "Euroscience, a tool for citizenship of scientists". 
  5. Tamas, Pal (Hungary). “The integration of scientists from Eastern and Central Europe into the European scientific community: sociological issues”.
  6. Piotr Swiatek(Belgium). “The European Union’s experience in integrating scientists from Eastern and Central Europe into the European scientific community”.
  7. Dr. Michael S. Arvanitis (Greece, Euroscience Local Section in Greece) “Euroscience in Greece, my experience”
  8. Eliseeva I.I., ass. member of RAS, Sociological institute RAS, St. Petersburg, Director "International projects in areas of investigation of transformation processes in Russian community"

December 4, 2007, 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.

Section 2. Development of the European scientific space and the role of the international integration of scientists.


  1. Terekhov, A N, director, Information Technologies Research Institute. ”Emergence of the joint scientific priorities and virtual scientific community as the mechanism to integrate Russian scientists into the international scientific community exemplified by the project РП-6 ISTOK-Ru.”
  2. Arsenyev, D G, St Petersburg State Polytechnic University, vice-rector, and V V Korablev, vice-rector. “The international scientific and educational centers as an important factor in advancing the world integration mechanism.”
  3. Michel, D. V, professor, Saratov university. „Areas of scientific knowledge”
  4. Amusya, M.Ya. (Israel, Russia), professor. The integration of scientists: impressions and opinions of the active participants.
  5. Alimov, A A, PhD, St Petersburg State University, International relations Department. Science and politics in ecological and climatic issues: how to reach a compromise.
  6. Sungurov, A.Yu, PhD, political science. Political science and the civil society in the present-day Russia; the role of international cooperation.
  7. Svinyin, S. F., professor (Institute of Informatics, RAS, St. Petersburg) “Cooperation of Russian and European scientists in processing biomedical signals.”
  8. Sumachev, V. V., (The Head of laboratory, Petersburg Institute of Nuclear Physics , RAS) “The unity of the world science and the international unity of scientists illustrated by cooperation in studying pion-nuclon interreaction and barion resonances.”
  9. Maximov, B. I. , the leading researcher,PhD, Sociological Institute RAS, St Petersburg. “The role of contacts between scientists”.
  10. Glotov A.L., prof., Ternopolsky experimental institute of pedagogical education, rector (Ukraine)

December 5, 2007, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 a.m.

Section 2. The dynamics of the human capital in science and the transformation of the modern model of reproduction of scientists with the highest qualification.


  1. Mikhalevich, A.I. (Zoological Institute), and Raskin D. I. (Russian State History Archive), St Petersburg. “The historical and psychological preconditions for neglecting science in the Russian society or the misfortune to be too clever.
  2. Azakov, S. (Azerbaidzhan, Baku, Physics Institute). “The problems of doing basic research in small and poor countries.”
  3. Slanevskaya, N. M, PhD, political science, international relations.(Sedimes, St. Petersburg, the director)“The moral consciousness of a scientist.”
  4. Ivanova, E A, St Petersburg Research Center RAS. “Universities and academies of science in training scientific specialists of the highest qualification in the present-day Russia.”
  5. Cheltsov, V. F., PhD, Moscow State Metallurgy Institute. “The Russian individual scientist and his integration into the scientific environment.”
  6. Rabinovich, O. I. (Federal Education Agency). “Issues of research and mobility in Russia.”
  7. Pokrovsky, N. B. (Humanitarian Foundation Company, director general, Personality and Culture journal). “Shaping the cultural unity of the scientists’ environment based on the fine arts as the product of historical experience of the civilizations.”

December 5, 2007, 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

Section 3. The role of scientist communities and public scientific organizations, including women’s organizations, in integrating scientists into the international scientific community.


  1. Ignatyev, M. B., PhD, professor. “The analysis of the Pagwash movement as an example of the world scientist integration to solve global problems.”
  2. Borkin, L. Ya. (Scientists’ Union, St Petersburg). “Promoting the integration of Russian scientists into the global community: Scientists’ Union, St Petersburg and the Euroscience.”
  3. Shestakov, A. A. and Golubev A. V. (Euroasian Union of Scientists, Kazakhstan)). "Public Foundation "Eurasian Union of Scientists" as a platform for integration and implementation of the ideas of the international scientific community in the framework of the Khazakhstan project "Cultural Heritage""
  4. Vasilyeva, L. A. (professor, St Petersburg State University). “The role of scientist communities and public organizations in establishing contacts between countries as well as mitigating conflicts.”
  5. Kunitsina, E. V., Vitman R. F. (Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute). “The women’s face of the modern Russian science illustrated by the Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute.”
  6. Svirina, L. P., Shishonok E. N., Zalesskaya L. A., Vashenko S. V., Karolik A. S., Medved I. N., Lisovskaya I. V. (Byelorussia, Minsk, Physics Institute, Sociological Institute). “Economic and social preconditions for using intellectual potential of women in science.”
  7. Senyushkina, T. A. (PhD, political science, Ukraine, Simferopol). “The role of women scientists in the scientific support for peace making: the case of the international project “The Woman of peace”.

 December 5, 2007, 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

A round table “Studying the ways of how different channels are used for getting information about the grant programs and the academic mobility programs”. Chairman: A V Chugunov, PhD with participation prof. V. Badmaev and prof. A. Goryaev (Elista, Kalmikiya)

 December 5, 2007, 5:00 p.m. - Closing of the conference


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