4th Annual Conference 'Contemporary Problems in Management: Exploring the Boundaries'
November 22-24, 2011
The goal of the conference is to further encourage scientific research on management problems by bringing together scholars working in the field, and to maximize the amount and level of interaction among researchers at all stages of their career.
June 27 - July 1, 2011
The primary goal of the conference is to present state-of-the-art scientific results, encourage academic and industrial interaction, and promote collaborative research activities, in Pattern Recognition, Machine Intelligence and related fields, involving scientists, engineers, professionals, researchers and students. This is the first time, when the conference, which started in India in 2005 and was held every two years, comes to Eastern Europe to make it an ideal platform for people from East and West to share their views and experiences in the said areas.
June 27-29, 2011
Public desire for better services from government is universal, but the approaches taken to improve public services, and the outcomes achieved, vary dramatically from country to country. Researchers and practitioners around the world have learned much about the factors that influence efficiency, effectiveness, equity, and responsiveness in public service design and delivery across different contexts. Lessons emerging from developing and transition countries have potential to shed new light on longstanding questions about public service performance. In an effort to consolidate these lessons, the HSE, the Russian Federation Ministry of Economic Development, and the University of Maryland School of Public Policy (UMD), in collaboration with the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM), will hold a conference in Moscow. The conference is designed to attract a worldwide audience, including academics and professionals from universities, think tanks, government agencies, the private sector, civil society, and beyond.
June 25-27, 2011
RoughSets, Fuzzy Sets, Data Mining & Granular Computing (RSFDGrC-2011) is a series of International scientific conferences spanning over last 15 years. RSFDGrC investigates the meeting points among the four major areas outlined in its title, with respect to foundations and applications. In 2011, RSFDGrCis co-organized with the Fourth International Conference on Pattern Recognition & Machine Intelligence (PReMI-2011) that provides additional means formulti-faceted interaction of both scientists and practitioners. RSFDGrC-2011 held in Moscow will be a fully international event aimed at building bridges between different research groups from East and West.
International Workshop ‘Models and Methods of Semantics-Oriented Natural Language Processing’
May 25-27, 2011
The aim of the workshop is to explicate, collect, discuss, and generalize the models of informational structures, the models of the correspondences between a fragment of a discourse and its semantic representation with respect to a knowledge base and semantic representation of the preceding part of a discourse, and the methods (algorithms) of processing information expressed by means of natural language (NL) either proved to be effective in any application domain or being broadly applicable or universal as it is shown by the results of the fulfilled theoretical analysis.
May 23-25, 2011
The main goal of the symposium is to create a platform for open discussion of questions, which are currently being raised not only in academic and expert circles, but in the society as a whole. Why have different post-communist countries, having a similar stating point, post-war history and on the whole similar reforms arrived at different outcomes on the way to democracy and the market economy? Eminent economists, political scientists and historians from the Commonwealth of Independent States, the Baltic States, Central and Eastern Europe are gathering in Moscow to discuss the problems that are important not only for the post-communist countries, but for the whole world.