Submission deadline

1 Oct. 2015

Conference
9-14 Nov. 2015

Topics:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Speech Technologies
  • Linked Data and Semantic Web
  • Big Data and Data Mining
  • Communications Systems
  • Smart Spaces
  • e-Health and other

SPECIAL TRACKS:

  • Social Media
  • Plagiarism Detection
  • Visualisation Techniques
  • Crowdsourcing

AINL-ISMW FRUCT
Conference
YOUNG SCIENTIST ORIENTED EVENT
9-14 November
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

About

The conference aims to introduce the latest projects at the confluence of computational linguistics, artificial intelligence, social media, web technologies, communications systems, smart spaces and e-health; to create a platform for sharing experiences, extending contacts and searching for possible cooperation options; to make young researchers aware of recent achievements in science and industry.

The conference consists of three main parts: academic conference, industrial session and set of tutorials that will be taught by leading specialists in the area.

The audience of conference is expected to be heterogeneous and inter-disciplinary. Representatives of core businesses and projects, research groups, start-ups, independent researchers, students from Russian and foreign universities are welcomed. Our main focus is on young scientists.

We accept only electronic submissions via the Easychair submission page: easychair.org

Calls

There are three forms of participation:
  1. Research paper: long paper (will be submitted to IEEE Xplore); or extended abstract (will be published in AINL-ISMW FRUCT proceeding)
  2. Interactive presentation of a working application or prototype (without publication)
  3. Attending tutorials preceding the conference
Download Call for participation (research papers, interactive presentation, tutorials)

Submission deadline

1 October 2015

Registration

Early - before 29.10.15
Later - since 30.10.15

Template

LaTeX
MS Word

CALL FOR PAPERS (Conference)

download Call For Papers

List of conference topics

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Information Retrieval
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Linked Data and Semantic Web
  • Context Analysis, Big Data and Data Mining
  • Speech Generation and Recognition, Spoken language processing
  • Robotics and Natural Language
  • Human-Computer Interfaces
  • Location Based Services and e-Tourism solutions
  • Mobile Healthcare, Wellbeing, Diagnostics and e-Health solutions
  • IoT, Smart Spaces
  • Embedded systems, embedded networks and Smart Systems
  • Communications Systems Integration and Modeling

Special Tracks

  • Social Media and Social Network Analysis
  • Plagiarism Detection, Author Profiling and Authorship
  • Crowdsourcing technologies
  • Visualisation Techniques

Submission deadline

22 October 2015

Without publication

INTERACTIVE PRESENTATIONS

This section is intended to be a suitable form of participation for companies and start-ups that would like to demonstrate their products but less interested in scientific publication.

Submissions should be send to the conference email address: ainlfruct@inbox.ru

Submissions for this section should be short (up to 4 pages), descriptions of the products. Submissions should contain screenshots or/and url of the product. The submissions will be reviewed by organising committee.
Note, that interactive presentations will not be published.

Dates
Description Submission deadline: 22 October 2015
Notification of acceptance date: 25 October 2015

Program

Keynote Speakers

  • Social Media Analytics for Study of Public Events, User Mobility and Wellness
    Tat-Seng CHUA

    Chair Professor School of Computing, National University of Singapore

  • Visualisation Techniques
    Christin Seifert

    Chair of Media Computer Science at University of Passau, Germany

  • The current state of m-Health : Biomedical Engineering view
    Oleg Medvedev

    Bauman Moscow Technical University, Fruct MD

  • A Cognitive Computing Approach to Natural Language Semantics
    Chris Biemann

    Assistant professor and head of the Language Technology group at TU Darmstadt, Germany

  • Crowdsourcing for Entity-Centric Information Access
    Gianluca Demartini

    Information School of the University of Sheffield, UK

  • Testimonies' evaluation in forensic practices: from polygraph to NLP
    Tommaso Fornaciari

    Italian National Police

  • From Uncovering to Promoting and Exploiting Text Re-Use
    Alberto Barrón-Cedeño

    Qatar Computing Research Institute

Open Lectures

  • The current state of m-Health : physician’s and patient’s view.
    Oleg Medvedev

    School of Medicine, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Fruct MD

  • Generation and analysis of speech sounds: a new approach.
    Vera Evdokimova, Pavel Skrelin

    Saint-Petersburg State University

  • Criminal Profiling in police practices, science and fiction: from the origins to future perspectives
    Tommaso Fornaciari

    Italian National Police

  • Topic modeling as a key technology for exploratory search and social media mining
    Konstantin Vorontsov

    Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Yandex School of Data Analysis

  • Challenges in Real-time Social Media Analytics: What has changed over the last 5 years?
    Tat-Seng CHUA

    National University of Singapore

Industrial Session

Drutsa Alexey
Anatoly Starostin
Maria Stepanova
Ann Tyshchenko
Felix Zinatullin
Yandex Analysing official documents using Compreno technology
ABBYY
Cerebro Target

Tutorials

We invite students and young specialists to participate in the set of tutorials preceding the conference.

Tutorials Round Tables
  1. Search User Interfaces for Digital Library Content
  2. Click Models for Web Search and their Applications
  3. Crowdsourcing
  4. Distributional Semantics
  5. Social Media Computing
  1. Mathematical models of social processes
  2. Plagiarism Detection
  3. Inductive modeling
  4. Introduction to deep neural networks
  5. Information Extraction
  1. Crowdsourcing technologies
  2. Visualisation Techniques

Schedule

Tutorial

Regular Section

INVITED SPEAKER

 

PANEL

Open Lecture (free)

Industrial Talk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday

 

 

10th November

Tuesday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8:45

Registration is open: in the ground-floor hall at Birzhevaya liniya 14

 

 

9:30

Registration is open: in the ground-floor hall at Birzhevaya liniya 14

 

09:00-10:00

SOCIAL MEDIA COMPUTING, Aleksandr

 

 

 

 

Farseev

 

 

 

10:00 - 11:00

SOCIAL MEDIA COMPUTING,

NEURAL NETWORKS, Andrey

 

10:00-11:00

SOCIAL MEDIA COMPUTING, Aleksandr

Section 1: Internet of Things and

 

 

Aleksandr Farseev

Filchenkov, Eugeny Putin

 

Farseev

Healthcare Services

 

 

11:20 - 12:20

SOCIAL MEDIA COMPUTING,

INDUCTIVE MODELLING, Vadim

 

11:10-12:10

SOCIAL MEDIA COMPUTING, Aleksandr

11:20-12:00 Section 2: Internet Protocols

 

 

Aleksandr Farseev

Strijov

 

Farseev

and Applications

 

 

12:30 - 13:30

SOCIAL MEDIA COMPUTING,

 

 

12:20-13:20

Section 4: Text Reuse and Paraphrase

12:20-13:00 Section 3: Robotics

 

 

 

Aleksandr Farseev

INDUCTIVE MODELLING, Vadim

 

13:20 - 13:40

Stanislav Mikoni: System view on modern

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Strijov

 

Russian terminology (In Russian)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14:30-15:30

SEARCH USER INTERFACES, Christin

CLICK MODELS, Ilya Markov

 

14:30-15:30

PLAGIARISM DETECTION, Alexey

Section 5: Time Series Analysis

 

 

Seifert

 

Romanov, Daria Bersenava

 

 

15:40-16:40

INFORMATION EXTACTION, Roman

CLICK MODELS, Ilya Markov

 

15:40-16:40

PLAGIARISM DETECTION, Alberto

MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF SOCIAL

 

 

Yangarber

 

Barron-Cedeno

PROCESSES Olga Proncheva

 

 

17:00-18:00

INFORMATION EXTACTION, Roman

CLICK MODELS, Ilya Markov

 

17:00-18:00

SEARCH USER INTERFACES, Christin

MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF SOCIAL

 

 

Yangarber

 

Seifert

PROCESSES Olga Proncheva

 

 

 

INFORMATION EXTACTION, Roman

 

 

 

SEARCH USER INTERFACES, Christin

INDUCTIVE MODELLING, Volodymyr

 

 

18:10-19:10

CLICK MODELS, Ilya Markov

 

18:10-19:10

Stepashko/Mikhail Alexandrov, Oleksiy

 

 

Yangarber

 

Seifert

Koshulko

 

 

19:10-20:00

Maria Stepanova: Russian NER and IE

 

 

19:10-20:10

 

INDUCTIVE MODELLING, Olexiy

 

 

shared task

 

 

 

Koshulko

 

 

11th November

Wednesday

 

 

12th November

Thursday

 

 

 

9:30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10:00-11:00

PLAGIARISM DETECTION, Tommaso

NEURAL NETWORKS, Andrey

 

10:00-10:50

Anatoly Starostin, Maria Stepanova, ABBYY: Analysing official documents using

 

 

Fornaciari

Filchenkov, Eugeny Putin

 

Compreno technology

 

 

 

11:10-12:10

PLAGIARISM DETECTION, Rita

NEURAL NETWORKS, Andrey

 

10:50-11:40

Alexey Drutsa, Yandex: Overall Acceptance

Criterion in Online A/B Testing: Classical

 

 

Kuznetsova

Filchenkov, Eugeny Putin

 

and Promising Approaches

 

 

 

12:30-13:30

PLAGIARISM DETECTION, Andrey

Section 6: Neural Networks applications

 

12:00-13:00

Oleg Medvedev: The current state of m-Health : Biomedical Engineering view

 

 

Ivahnenko, Alexey Romanov

 

 

 

13:40-14:40

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14:40-15:40

 

 

 

14:00 - 15:00

SOCIAL MEDIA COMPUTING, Tat-Seng

NEURAL NETWORKS, Andrey

 

 

 

 

 

CHUA

Filchenkov, Eugeny Putin

 

 

15:40-16:40

Tommaso Fornaciari: Testimonies' evaluation in forensic practices: from

 

15:10-16:10

SOCIAL MEDIA COMPUTING, Aleksandr

NEURAL NETWORKS, Andrey

 

 

polygraph to NLP

 

 

Farseev

Filchenkov, Eugeny Putin

 

 

17:00-18:00

Christin Seifert: Visualisation Techniques

 

 

16:30-17:30

Alberto Barrón-Cedeño: From Uncovering

Oleg Medvedev: The current state of m-

 

 

 

 

to Promoting and Exploiting Text Re-Use

Health : physician’s and patient’s view

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tommaso Fornaciari: Criminal Profiling in

 

 

 

18:10-19:40

Visualization

 

 

17:30-18:30

police practices, science and fiction: from

 

 

 

 

 

the origins to future perspectives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13th November

Friday

 

 

14th November

Saturday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Konstantin Vorontsov: Topic modeling as a key technology for exploratory search and

 

 

10:00-11:00

Gianluca Demartini: Crowdsourcing for

Entity-Centric Information Access

 

10:00-11:00

social media mining

 

 

 

 

Chris Biemann: A Cognitive Computing

Approach to Natural Language

 

 

Vera Evdokimova, Pavel Skrelin: Generation

and analysis of speech sounds: a new

 

 

11:20-12:20

Semantics

 

 

11:20-12:20

approach.

 

 

 

 

Tat-Seng Chua: Social Media Analytics for Study of Public Events, User Mobility

 

 

Tat-Seng Chua: Challenges in Real-time

Social Media Analytics: What has changed

 

 

12:30-13:30

and Wellness

 

 

12:30-13:30

over the last 5 years?

 

 

 

13:30-14:30

обед

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14:30 - 15:30

DISTRIBUTIONAL SEMANTICS,

CROWDSOURCING, Chris Biemann

 

14:30-15:30

DISTRIBUTIONAL SEMANTICS,

CROWDSOURCING, Gianluca Demartini

 

 

Andrey Kutuzov

 

Aleksandr Panchenko

 

 

15:50-16:50

DISTRIBUTIONAL SEMANTICS,

CROWDSOURCING, Chris Biemann

 

15:40-16:40

DISTRIBUTIONAL SEMANTICS,

CROWDSOURCING, Gianluca Demartini

 

 

Andrey Kutuzov

 

 

Aleksandr Panchenko

 

 

17:00-18:30

POSTER+DEMO

 

 

17:00-18:00

DISTRIBUTIONAL SEMANTICS,

CROWDSOURCING, Gianluca Demartini

 

 

 

 

 

Aleksandr Panchenko

 

 

18:30-20:30

POSTER+DEMO

 

 

18:10-19:10

Section 7: Machine learning techniques

18:10-18:30 Olga Megorskaya. Yandex:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yandex.Toloka

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18:30-18:50 Section 8: Crowdsourcing

 

 

 

 

 

 

19:10-20:00

Felix Zinatullin, Cerebro Target: Detailed

18:50-20:00 Crowdsourcing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Analysis of Interests of VKontakte

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Audience

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Download timetable in pdf
Download program: pdf, docx

conference sections

Section 1: Medical applications and Internet of Things

 

 

Ilya Paramonov, Andrey Vasilyev and Ivan

Communication Between Emergency Medical

 

System Equipped With Panic Buttons and Hospital

 

Timofeev

Information Systems: Use Case and Interfaces

 

Nadezhda Matveeva, Elena Suvorova and Lev

Applying the p-medians in the design of modern

 

Kurbanov

systems-on-chip

 

Mark Zaslavskiy and Dmitry Mouromtsev

Implementation of the new REST API for open

 

source LBS-platform Geo2Tag

 

 

 

Section2: Internet Protocols and Applications

 

 

Valentin Olenev, Irina Lavrovskaya and Nadezhda

Software-to-Hardware Tester for the STP-ISS

 

Chumakova

Transport Protocol Verification

 

Dmitry Namiot

Twitter as a Transport Layer Platform

 

 

 

Section3: Robotics

 

 

Kirill Krinkin, Elena Stotskaya and Yury Stotskiy

Design and implementation Raspberry Pi-based

 

omni-wheel mobile robot

 

Artur Huletski, Dmitriy Kartashov and Kirill Krinkin

Evaluation of the Modern Visual SLAM Methods

 

 

 

Section 4: Text Reuse and Paraphrase

 

 

Anton Khritankov, Pavel Botov, Nikolay Surovenko,

Discovering Text Reuse in Large Collections of

 

Sergey Tsarkov, Dmitriy Viuchnov and Yuri

 

Chekhovich

Documents: a Study of Theses in History Sciences

 

Oleg Bahteev, Rita Kuznetsova, Alexey Romanov

Monolingual Approach to Detection of Text Reuse

 

and Anton Khritankov

in Russian-English Collection

 

Ekaterina Pronoza and Elena Yagunova

Comparison of Sentence Similarity Measures for

 

Russian Paraphrase Identification

 

 

 

Section 5: Time Series Analysis

 

 

Nikita Nikitinsky, Dmitry Ustalov and Sergey

An Information Retrieval System for Technology

 

Shashev

Analysis and Forecasting

 

Alexey Natekin, Roman Trusov, Pavel Kalaidin,

Multi-representation approach to text regression of

 

Sergey Ovcharenko and Alois Knoll

financial risks

 

 

Revealing Potential Changes of Significant Terms

 

Jan Žižka and František Dařena

in Streams of Textual Data Written in Natural

 

Languages Using Windowing and Text Mining

 

 

 

Section 6: Neural Networks applications

 

 

Roman Rybka, Dmitry Gudovskikh, Ivan

Morpho-syntactic parsing based on neural networks

 

Moloshnikov and Alexandr Sboev

and Corpus dataset

 

 

Recurrent Neural Network-based Language

 

Irina Kipyatkova and Alexey Karpov

Modeling for an Automatic Russian Speech

 

Recognition System

 

 

 

 

 

 

Section 7: Machine Learning Techniques

 

 

Vladislav Pavlov, Dmitry Shalymov, Oleg Redkin

Arabic manuscripts identification based on Feature

 

and Olga Bernikova

Relation Graph

 

Andrey Filchenkov and Arseniy Pendryak

Datasets Meta-Feature Description for

 

Recommending Feature Selection Algorithm

 

Nickolay Shamraev, Alexander Batalshchikov,

WFST Approach to German Compound Words

 

Mikhail Zulkarneev, Sergey Repalov and Anna

 

Shirokova

Reconstruction for LVCSR

 

 

 

 

 

 

Section 8: Crowdsourcing

 

 

 

 

 

Dmitry Ustalov

Crowdsourcing Synset Relations with Genus-

 

Species-Match

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posters

 

 

 

Ivan Galov

Indirect Interaction of Agents in a Smart Space:

 

Operation Efficiency and Fault Tolerance Support

 

Dmitry Ustalov

Teleboyarin—Mechanized Labor for Telegram

 

Oleg Granichin, Natalia Kizhaeva, Dmitry Shalymov

Writing Style Comparison Method Based on the

 

KNN Two-Sample Test Approach for English and

 

and Zeev Volkovich

Russian Text Collections

 

Ekaterina Protopopova, Grigoriy Bukia and Olga

A corpus-driven estimation of association strength

 

Mitrofanova

in lexical constructions

 

Anastasia Mochalova

Search for Answers in Ontological-Semantic

 

Graphs

 

 

Esperus: the First Step to Build a Statistical

 

Darja Orlova

Machine Translation System for Esperanto and

 

Russian Languages

 

Yulia Adaskina, Andrey Popov and Polina Rebrova

STOPKA: Unbalanced Corpora Classification by

 

Bootstrapping

 

Kira Droganova

Building dependency parsing model for Russian

 

with MaltParser and MyStem tagset

 

 

Rhetorical Structure Theory as a Feature for

 

Dina Pisarevskaya

Deception Detection in News Reports in the

 

Russian Language

 

 

A Study of Teager-Kaiser Energy Operator

 

Aleksandr Borodin and Artem Rudenya

Pertinence for R Peak Detection in ECG

 

Recordings

 

Polina Panicheva, Victor Ivanov, Arseny

Towards a Linguistic Model of Stress, Well-being

 

Moskvichev, Olga Bogolyubova and Yanina

 

Ledovaya

and Dark Traits in Russian Facebook Texts

 

Vitaly Khudobakhshov

Tie Activity Profiles in Social Networks

 

Artemy Kotov, Anna Zinina and Alexander Filatov

Semantic Parser for Sentiment Analysis and the

 

Emotional Computer Agents

 

German Lashevich and Vladimir Ivanov

RuWordNet - Russian WordNet by Extraction from

 

RuThes

 

Daria Kharkina and Valerii Nechai

Political Polarization: Case of Russian Social Media

Download pdf

«Datasets Meta-Feature Description for Recommending Feature Selection Algorithm» Andrey Filchenkov and Arseniy Pendryak

«Indirect Interaction of Agents in a Smart Space: Operation Efficiency and Fault Tolerance Support» Ivan V. Galov

«Evaluation of the Modern Visual SLAM Methods» Artur Huletski, Dmitriy Kartashov, Kirill Krinkin

«Applying the P-Medians in the Design of Modern Systems-on-Chip» Nadezhda Matveeva, Lev Kurbanov, Elena Suvorova

«Recurrent Neural Network-based Language Modeling for an Automatic Russian Speech Recognition System» Irina Kipyatkova, Alexey Karpov

«Twitter as a Transport Layer Platform» Dmitry Namiot

«Crowdsourcing SynsetRelations with Genus-Species-Match» Dmitry Ustalov

«Revealing Potential Changes of Significant Terms in Streams of Textual Data Written in Natural Languages Using Windowing and Text Mining» Jan Žižka and František Dařena

Poster/Demo section

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Introduction

The Poster/Demo section at the conference will consist of two parts. The first part is the promotional section, which is used to present/introduce poster projects to the public. The main idea of this section is to make people aware of the main point of the poster and be interested enough to come to demonstration stands during the second part of the poster session.
The second part of poster session will be held in classical stand-based format, where the team will get a place to install the demo and place for a poster. If you have some special requirements please contact organizing committee by email ainlfruct@inbox.ru. The poster section of the conference will be held in Pecha Kucha format of presentation. This page contains all required information about the Pecha Kucha format and requirements that have to meet.

Pecha Kucha Presentation Format

Pecha Kucha is a presentation technique where a speaker shows a definite number of slides, each for 20 seconds. The slides are changed automatically during the talk. The main intention for Pecha Kucha presentation style is to prevent participants from being too verbose and to make their talks more dynamic and impressive.
Pecha Kucha Night is an event where each speaker uses Pecha Kucha presentation, and speakers change each other in non-stop fashion. Initially invented by architects, this kind of event is often used to present creative projects or work; nowadays it is also used for R&D talks too. Pecha Kucha Night format allows all participants to make announcements about their posters or demos in attractive and time-efficient way. That is why we have chosen this format for poster/demo promotion section at the conference.

How to prepare Pecha Kucha presentation

Here is an instruction on how to prepare your Pecha Kucha style presentation for Poster/Demo promotion section. The essentials points of this instruction are also available in the form of check list below.
Your presentation must contain exactly 6 slides, and each of them will be displayed for 20 seconds. The slides will be changed automatically. So, the whole presentation will take exactly 2 minutes (it should be noted that usually Pecha Kucha presentation has 20 slides, but we have to reduce number of slides due to a large amount of submitted presentations).
Provide the information about yourself and your presentation on the first slide (name, institution, title of your presentation). The main purpose of your talk would be to interest people, so your presentation should make absolutely clear the main ideas of your project and explain what you plan to show at the poster/demo stand. Make your presentation fascinating to attract attendees and avoid technical details in your talk.
Reveal one main idea on each slide. Do not overload your slides with information. Remember, that each slide is displayed only for 20 seconds. Place no more than 2 lines of text per slide, or one big picture. Do not use slide titles.
Do not duplicate the same slides in your presentation — it is cheating! If you see that 20 seconds for a particular slide is not enough for you, try to decouple it into the two or more, or omit the details.
Do not place “Thank you” or “Q&A” slides in the presentation. Pecha Kucha session does not imply any questions from the auditory. All the questions will be asked afterwards in a poster room.
Prepare your speech thoroughly and beforehand. As you have only 20 seconds per slide, it is quite impossible to improvise during the talk. Rehearse your speech several times to be sure in the absence of pauses when you wait for the slide change, or accelerations when you fails to follow your slides. Try to speak in the same pace during all the presentation. It definitely depends on your text, so try to prepare near the same amount of text in speech for each slide.

Check list
  • Use exactly 6 slides.
  • Place information about yourself and your presentation (name, institution) on the first slide.
  • Reveal one main idea on each slide.
  • Place no more than 2 lines of text or 1 large image per slide.
  • Do not duplicate the same slides, do not place “Thank you” or “Q&A” slides in the presentation
  • Do not use any slide change animation
  • Prepare your speech thoroughly and do not forget to rehearse it

Submission

We will accept only electronic submission via the Easychair submission page easychair.org

Please submit your papers and make sure that it follows our template: MS Word, LaTeX. Please note the following major changes in the templates: The size of page should be Letter (21.59 cm × 27.94 cm). If you are using Word margins must be: top - 1.9 cm, bottom - 1.6 cm, left - 1.57 cm and right – 1.57 cm. The archive file shall include .pdf and the source document in MS Word or LaTeX done according to template. Please make sure that all images in your paper are in black & white.

Registration

Registration will be open via FRUCT registration page: https://fruct.org/ainl-ismw

To be published in the AINL-ISMW FRUCT Conference Proceedings an author of the accepted full paper shall register to the conference and the paper must be presented by one of the authors at the conference unless the Conference or TPC Chair granted written permission for a substitute presentation. Non-refundable registration fees must be paid prior to uploading the final IEEE formatted, publication-ready version of the paper. For authors with multiple accepted papers - please note that one registration is valid for maximum 2 papers.

Fees:
RG-01: Discounted registration for student and PhD students before 30.10.15 - 2000 RUB (27 EURO)
RG-02: Discounted registration for academic and startups before 30.10.15 - 3000 RUB (40 EURO)
RG-03: Discounted full registration fee before 30.10.15 - 4500 RUB (60 EURO)
RG-04: Registration for student and PhD students from 30.10.15 - 2900 RUB (38 EURO)
RG-05: Registration for academic and startups from 30.10.15 - 4200 RUB (56 EURO)
RG-06: Full registration fee from 30.10.15 - 6000 RUB (80 EURO)
RG-00: Registration fee waiver grant (shall be confirmed by email from conference/publication chair)

GRANTS

Free wavers

There are 15 free wavers for students (include PhD students) willing to participate in the conference.

To apply for the waver, please, send your CV, motivation letter and recommendation to ainlfruct@inbox.ru

Dates
Deadline: 18 October 2015
Notification of acceptance date: 21 October 2015

The applications will be reviewed by organising committee. The preference will be given to the students that 1) going to participate in the whole conference program 2) contribute to the conference, e.g. by submitting a paper or an interactive presentation.

Accommodation grants

There is limited amount of accommodation grants and registration wavers for the students (include PhD students). The accommodation grants are primarily aimed for the students from European Union universities.

To apply for the grant and/or waver, please, send your CV, motivation letter and recommendation to ainlfruct@inbox.ru

Dates
Deadline: 18 October 2015
Notification of acceptance date: 21 October 2015

The applications will be reviewed by organising committee. The preference will be given to the students that 1) going to participate in the whole conference program 2) contribute to the conference, e.g. by submitting a paper or an interactive presentation.

Venue

Saint-Petersburg is often described as the most Westernized city of Russia, as well as its cultural capital. The city keeps the memory of its rich history and reflects the influence of different epoques - from the time of Russian Empire to the appearance of Russian Rock music society and also modern art and technologies. Saint-Petersburg presents an ensemble of high art and lavish architecture, which makes it a part of UNESCO World Heritage. The city has vivid day and nightlife with various cultural and scientific events.

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Contacts

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Birzhevaya liniya 14
St.Petersburg, Russia

Registration will be open:
Monday 9:30, Birzhevaya liniya 14
Tuesday 8:45, Birzhevaya liniya 14
Wednesday 9:30, Birzhevaya liniya 14

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