Development vectors of modern Russia
XVIII International Scientific and Practical Conference of Young Scientists

18-20 april 2019

Moscow

REALITY SUI GENERIS: how do we differ?
Call for papers

Every branch of science has its own reality sui generis — and this inner diversity of the scientific world adds to the external heterogeneity of the extra-scientific realities: philosophical reality, common sense reality, religious reality. In the process of research, scientists are steadily collecting and thoroughly cataloguing the smallest analizable bits which they are ready to accept as scientific knowledge. Not to mention that every branch of science only sees those sides of a phenomenon that are in its eyes worth seeing. Is that enough to think that we know anything at all about the reality surrounding us?

An assemblage of the multiple realities becomes itself the reality sui generis and calls out for answers: what appears as a result of their collision? How this new, multiplicated reality is sustained? How is the dialogue between the scientists who speak different languages possible? Should we wait for the rebirth of the scientific metanarratives and where can it come from?
Alexandra Arkhipova
Associate Professor at the Center for Typology and Semiotics of Folklore of the RSUH

Hans-Joachim Backe
Associate Professor of Digital Design, Computer Games Research Center, IT University of Copenhagen (Copenhagen)

David Byrne
Professor Emeritus, Durham University, author of "Complexity Theory and Social Sciences"

Vera Brofman
Leading Researcher, MGPU

Viktor Vakhshtein
Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Sociology (MSSES)

Evgenia Vezhlyan
Associate Professor, Department of Modern Russian Literature, RSUH


Alexander Dmitriev
Leading Researcher, Institute of Humanitarian Historical and Theoretical Research named after A. Poletayev (IGITI) HSE

Maria Mayofis
Associate Professor, School of Cultural Studies, Faculty of Humanities, HSE

Evgeny Kuchinov
philosopher, Minin University

Ivan Zabaev
Associate Professor, Head of the Scientific Laboratory "Sociology of Religion" PSTGU

Galina Zvereva
Head of the Department of History and Theory of Culture, RSUH

Artem Zubov
literary critic, MSU

Arseny Zhilyaev
painter

Stanislav Kozheurov
Head of the program "World Politics", Faculty of Political Sciences, MSSES

Alexander Vetushinsky
Junior Researcher, Department of Ontology and Theory

Valentina Kuskova
PhD, Head of Laboratory, ANR-Lab, HSE

Daria Maltseva
Deputy Head of Laboratory, ANR-Lab, HSE

Alexander Lenkevich, Researcher, Central Media Philosophy (Institute of Philosophy, St. Petersburg State University), deputy Head Laboratory of computer games research (LCGR), organizer of the seminar LCGR

Alexander Markov
Professor, the Department of Cinema and Contemporary Art,
RSUH

Evgeny Morgunov
Doctor of Psychology, Dean of the Faculty of Psychology (MSSES)

Yury Pushchaev
Researcher, Faculty of Philosophy, MSU

Artem Reinyuk
Senior Officer, Analytical Department, FOM (Moscow)

Alexey Salin
Tutor, Faculty of Philosophy, Lomonosov Moscow State University, employee, Moscow Center for Video Game Research (Moscow)

Alexander Solovyov
PhD (Cambridge), Ph.D., Psychology, Associate Professor (MSSES)

Kirill Titaev
Director of Research, Institute for Law Enforcement, European University at St. Petersburg (EU SPb)

Alina Latypova, Researcher of the Central Media Philosophy, Analyst Laboratory of Computer Games Research (LCGR)

Julius von Freytag-Loringhoven
Head of the Moscow Bureau of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation

Boris Shapiro
Ph. Psychol., Associate Professor (MSSES)

Elisabeth Schimpfossl
Lecturer in Sociology, University of Aston, author of the book "Rich Russians" (Birmingham)

Alexander Shirokov
Postgraduate Student in Sociology, HSE (Moscow)

Dmitry Uzlaner
Director, Center for the Study of Religions, RANEPA

Sarah Wilson
Professor, Cortland Institute (London)

Alexander Filippov
Professor, Head of the Laboratory of the Center for Fundamental Sociology, National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow)

Yuk Hui
Associate Professor, Creative Media School, City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)

Leonid Yuldashev
sociologist, coordinator of the Internet club and society

Nikolay Ssorin-Chaikov
Professor, HSE (St. Petersburg)

EXPERTS AND KEY SPEAKERS
Public history/ Советское в постсоветском: между памятью и историей
Фундаментальная социология/ Альтернативные миры видеоигр: на пересечении реальности и виртуального пространства
Фундаментальная социология/ Философский реализм в социальной теории: к вопросу о математизации
Практическая психология/ Арт-терапия (мастер-класс)
Пленарное заседание
Фундаментальная социология/ Авторитеты и знаменитости: лидерство и социальное действие в деполитизированном обществе
Фундаментальная социология/ Альтернативные миры видеоигр: на пересечении реальности и виртуального пространства, Другой космос: утопии и практики
Public history/ Исследования советской науки (круглый стол)
Фундаментальная социология/ Жить или верить: религия за пределами и внутри социальных взаимодействий
Public history/ Исследования советской науки (круглый стол)
Public history/ Исследования советской науки (круглый стол)
Фундаментальная социология/ Другой космос: утопии и практики
Фундаментальная социология/ Другой космос: утопии и практики
Фундаментальная социология/ Другой космос: утопии и практики
Фундаментальная социология/ Авторитеты и знаменитости: лидерство и социальное действие в деполитизированном обществе
Фундаментальная социология/ Альтернативные миры видеоигр: на пересечении реальности и виртуального пространства
Фундаментальная социология/ Альтернативные миры видеоигр: на пересечении реальности и виртуального пространства
Фундаментальная социология/ Взаимодействие искусства и социальных наук: от концептуализаций к исследованиям
Управление социокультурными проектами/ Право на город: практики и стратегии присвоения
Практическая психология/ Вопросы этики в помогающих профессиях (круглый стол)
Практическая психология/ Реальность клиента/семьи и реальность психологического консультирования: что победит?
Фундаментальная социология/ Авторитеты и знаменитости: лидерство и социальное действие в деполитизированном обществе
Фундаментальная социология/ Жить или верить: религия за пределами и внутри социальных взаимодействий
Фундаментальная социология/ Взаимодействие искусства и социальных наук: от концептуализаций к исследованиям
Фундаментальная социология/ Альтернативные миры видеоигр: на пересечении реальности и виртуального пространства
Практическая психология/ Психологические аспекты обучения и развития работников
Фундаментальная социология/ Жить или верить: религия за пределами и внутри социальных взаимодействий
Public history/ Советское в постсоветском: между памятью и историей
Фундаментальная социология/ Другой космос: утопии и практики
Политическая философия/ По ту сторону организма и механизма: объекты, системы, души, ритмы, органы
Фундаментальная социология/ Философский реализм в социальной теории: к вопросу о математизации
Фундаментальная социология/ Философский реализм в социальной теории: к вопросу о математизации
Международная политика/ «Границы моего языка означают границы моего мира»: языки международных отношений между академией и политикой
Public history/ Исследования советской науки (круглый стол)
Фундаментальная социология/ Другой космос: утопии и практики
Управление социокультурными проектами/ Право на город: практики и стратегии присвоения
Fundamental sociology and PUBLIC HISTORY
To live or to believe: religion outside and within social interactions
Section Leader: Kirill Markin (markink20@gmail.com), Alexander Kalgin (akalgin@edu.hse.ru)

The modern society is often referred to as secular. It is often assumed that the levels of religiosity and development are negatively correlated. Is this actually the case? Is modern scientism, propagated as self-evident commons sense, just one of the many forms of world religion? Is secularization a result of the religious war lost by old world religions? From this point of view, the object of the sociology of religion is now not just marginal area of society designated as religion, but the whole of society. This perspective links us with the classical period of sociology that recognized the fundamental nature of religiosity for all aspects of social life.

In this section we invite researchers to discuss the shifting role of religion in modern society and theoretical perspectives of the sociology of religion.

Experts:
Ivan Zabaev
, Associate Professor, Head of the Sociology of Religion Scientific Laboratory, PSTU
Dmitry Uzlaner, Director, Center for the Study of Religions, RANEPA
Alexander Filippov, Professor, Head of the Laboratory of the Center for Fundamental Sociology, National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow)
The interaction of art and social sciences: from conceptualizations to research
Section Leader: Alexey Voronkov (alexeyvoronkov62@gmail.com)

Social sciences and art have a long history of productive collaboration. On the one hand, art not only always had its own answers to the question of what its specificity is but also provided these answers by the social scientist himself. The latter, in turn, found mechanisms based on research optics, rather characteristic of artists and writers. At the same time, in the process of finding new ways of self-description, post-war art has opened its conceptual and/or social character. The content and forms of art have changed in many ways under the influence of various philosophical and social theories, starting with neo-Marxism and ending with object-oriented ontology. The clear boundary between social scientists and artists has been deconstructed on both sides. However, despite the fact that art and social theory find in each other sources of inspiration on a conceptual level, so far this connection has not led to serious consequences for their practices - neither for research nor for art or curatorial ones. The processes of creating and presenting works of art and conducting research are largely predetermined by discussions within closed professional communities.

What theoretical points of view can be useful to justify the transition of cooperation between producers of artistic and scientific objects from conceptual to practical level?
Why art may not be interesting to social scientists as just another subject of study?
What trends in contemporary art and art criticism theories are interested in empirical studies of their actors and viewers?
What examples of such cooperations already exist?

This section invites representatives of both the research and artistic communities who have experience in the implementation of such interaction or are interested in reflecting on the possibilities for their convergence to participate.

Experts:
Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov
, Professor, HSE (St. Petersburg)
Sarah Wilson, Professor, Courtauld Institute of Art (London)
Alternative video game worlds: at the intersection of reality and virtual space
Section Leader: Lyudmila Pashkovskaya (liudmilapashkovskaya@gmail.com)

The virtual world often intersects with the real world, forming new, hybrid forms of reality at the intersection. The problem of multiplicity of realities, studied by Alfred Schütz, leads to the question of the semantic structure of the worlds of their interpenetration. In this section, we will try to understand how the virtual and real worlds interact. Neither the players nor the experts who study video games can not give a clear answer to this question today. The interpenetration of video games and the real world is closely connected with the study of hidden meanings. The message put into the game by the developers, as well as the way the players interpret it and apply it in reality, determines the intersection of the game world and the real world.
The ambiguity of the interaction of the virtual world and the real world leaves a wide field for research. This, in turn, justifies the importance of various areas related to its study. Video game research, in particular game studies, is a developing area that implies a certain dialogue between sciences, including sociology. The main task of game studies is to develop a unified theoretical framework for studying video games. In connection with this, research on the study of various aspects of virtual worlds, as well as their intersection with reality, is of particular importance. A number of questions arise that are closely related to the interpenetration of two worlds. The main ones are how the two worlds interact and what is virtual reality.

This section invites students to participate in a dialogue on the interpenetration of the real world and the virtual world.

Expert:
Hans-Joachim Backe, Associate Professor of Digital Design, Computer Games Research Center, IT University of Copenhagen (Copenhagen)

Key speakers:
Alexander Vetushinsky, Junior Researcher, Department of Ontology and Theory of Knowledge, Moscow State University (Moscow)
Artem Reynuk, Senior Analyst, FOM (Moscow)
Alexey Salin, tutor, Faculty of Philosophy, Moscow State University named after MV Lomonosov, employee, Moscow Center for Video Game Research (Moscow)
Alexander Shirokov, graduate student in sociology, HSE (Moscow)
Alina Latypova, Researcher of the Central Media Philosophy, Analyst Laboratory of Computer Games Research (LCGR)
Alexander Lenkevich, Researcher, Central Media Philosophy (Institute of Philosophy, St. Petersburg State University), deputy Head Laboratory of computer games research (LCGR), organizer of the seminar LCGR
Soviet in the post-Soviet: between memory and history
Section Leader: Tatyana Uskova (tanijioja@gmail.com), Yegor Sokolov (sokolovgeorg@gmail.com)

History still too often turns out to be a "policy overturned into the past." The more important are the intellectual tools that make it possible to question thematic hierarchies, the ways of describing and explaining, especially when it comes to subjects that are chronologically close and politically significant for us. Memory studies based on the thesis of Maurice Halbvaks about the social nature of memory, its role in maintaining group identity, are one such tool. Not only because they provide an opportunity to revise the linear temporality of the "positivist" history, but also because, forcing to take into account many different perspectives, they allow to question the foundations of their own research position, to "objectify the subject of objectification". How is it possible to write Soviet history during the "war of memory"? How do Soviet institutions (political or academic) still determine our ability to comprehend them? How is the memory of the Soviet used in post-Soviet societies for the formation of collective identity, the legitimation of the political order, the justification of territorial claims or cultural policy? We invite you to take part in a rich discussion!

Experts:
Alexandra Arkhipova
, Associate Professor at the Center for Typology and Semiotics of Folklore of the RSUH
Maria Maiofis, Associate Professor, School of Cultural Studies, Faculty of Humanities, HSE
Varvara Sklez, is an employee of the Public History Laboratory, a teacher of the programs "History of Soviet Civilization" and "Public History" in MSSES
Philosophical Realism and the Social Sciences: the question of mathematization
Section Leader: Valery Shevchenko (valerii.s.shevchenko@gmail.com)

The philosophy of the Social Sciences has been traditionally concerned with various epistemological issues, ranging from structure/agency problem to the perspectives of mathematical formulations of theories. Many of these topics are connected to the question of objective knowledge, which is invariant to conceptual resources used to formulate it. The realist study of the social phenomena is primarily dependent on the philosophical reflection of the real and the ways of accessing its referent, which may entail radically different theoretical implications.

In particular, Quentin Meillassoux's speculative materialism claims mathematical formalization to be the only way to access the "in-itself" of the phenomena studied. Considering sociology, this means formalizing theory itself and not just using mathematical methods to process the data and draw conclusions from it. This implies the possibility of social theory evolving along the path similar to that of the natural sciences.

Secondly, Manuel DeLanda's "flat" social ontology does not require mathematical formalization as the necessary condition of accessing the "in-itself" of the social world. Instead, it introduces an assemblage as a basic ontological unit, describes its characteristics and the rules of interactions with other assemblages. By doing this it partially follows the natural sciences path.

Finally, Roy Bhaskar's critical realism as the most elaborated philosophy of social science in this list defines the real as a set of mechanisms generating causal laws, which form the social world. All of the philosophical conceptions described above illustrate the need for choice which social theory is facing today. It involves the discussions of the objectivity as a possible cornerstone of the further development of the discipline.

Therefore, the conference section will be devoted to discussing main epistemological concerns of the realist-oriented social theory, the questions of its mathematical formalization, and also the epistemological issues of computational social science.

Speakers and experts:
David Byrne
, Professor Emeritus, Durham University, author of "Complexity Theory and Social Sciences"
Valentina Kuskova, PhD, Head of Laboratory, ANR-Lab, HSE
Daria Maltseva, Ph.D., deputy head of the laboratory, ANR-Lab, HSE
Authorities and celebrities: leadership and social action in a depoliticized society
Section Leader: Vasily Kostyrko (vasilij.kostyrko@mail.ru)

The Russian media of the mid-tenths and modern Russian society are a vivid illustration of the modern global demand for depoliticization. In a society that got tired of reforms, a special system of values and a picture of the world has been established: political activists (people who join the political struggle to protect the common good and insist on civilian control over the actions of the authorities) and celebrities (media figures involved in the entertainment industry or just known only because they are known) unexpectedly acquire similar features in the public space. Both those and others appear before the general public, first of all, as immoral persons, troublemakers and heroes of scandals. The very idea of authority as a government without violence is called into question.

However, as historians and sociologists believe, the crisis in the public sphere generates a particularly acute need for authority. A society cannot exist without social action, which is often impossible without certain types of leadership and authority.

It can be assumed that in modern Russia these phenomena took a specific, deliberately depoliticized form, which requires the use of special scientific optics from the researcher. First of all, it is the theory of charisma and the theory of social action, starting with its classical version, formulated in the works of Max Weber, and ending with the latest and the newest, including microsociological, modifications in the works of Irwin Hoffmann and Jürgen Habermas.

On the section to discuss the following problems:
- similarities and differences between the figure of a celebrity and a political activist in modern Russia;
- types and potential of leadership and social action in traditional media and social networks;
- authority, leadership and social action at the grassroots or atomic level (local government, charity, communities of interest, protection of the environment and architectural monuments, etc.)
- authority and social action in acephalic communities.

Sociologists, political scientists, anthropologists are invited to participate.

Experts:
Evgenia Vezhlyan
, Associate Professor, Department of Modern Russian Literature, RSUH
Alexander Markov, Professor, Cinema and Modern Art Department, RSUH
Elisabeth Schimpfossl, lecturer in sociology, University of Aston, author of the book "Rich Russians" (Birmingham)

Applications are accepted until March 31!
Another space: utopias and practices
Section Leader: Denis Sivkov ION RANEPA (d.y.sivkov@gmail.com)

Space exploration is an area in which the modern narrative of colonization, of a single humanity and a masculine frontier, exposed in all other areas of the Earth, feels very confident. Utopias of the space race and the salvation of Earth civilization still determine attempts to represent and conquer outer space. Is another space possible at the intersection of imaginary and material practices? The section assumes an interdisciplinary and interplanetary conversation about (re)assambling in science fiction, philosophy and social sciences.

Key speakers:
Alexander Vetushinsky
, philosopher, MSU
Arseny Zhilyaev, artist
Artem Zubov, Literary Criticist, Moscow State University
Evgeny Kuchinov, philosopher, Minin University
Alexey Sukhanov, anthropologist, TSU
Leonid Yuldashev, sociologist, coordinator of the Internet and Society Club

Studies of Soviet science (round table)
Moderator: Yegor Sokolov (sokolovgeorg@gmail.com)

Discussion of the history of Soviet science in the second half of the 20th century using a wide range of historical and social data, in the logic of a critical approach (Pierre Bourdieu, Fritz Ringer, Victor Carady), with particular attention to the complex interweaving of biographical, social, and political conditions for the production of scientific knowledge.

Panelists:
Alexander Dmitriev, Leading Researcher, Institute of Humanitarian Historical and Theoretical Research named after A. Poletayev (IGITI) HSE.
Galina Zvereva, Head of the Department of History and Theory of Culture, RSUH.
Yury Pushchaev, Researcher, Faculty of Philosophy, MSU
Conversations in the debate
Modern philosophy has many problems. More precisely, a lot of conflict. We picked up three hot spots around which the discussions of this day will be built. Debate is easy. At least from the side. In reality, the speakers will have to pack complex concepts in a narrow time frame, due to the format.

1. Polina Khanova and Daniil Aronson. "The dark ecology of dark cities is the dark side of collective life."
2. Stepan Kozlov and Evgeny Kuchinov. "Souls / stories: how cars talk about themselves."
3. Alexander Vileikis and Konstantin Haase. "Happy apart: is it possible to political without a dormitory."
Practical psychology
The reality of the client / family and the reality of psychological counseling: what will win?
Section Leader: Anastasia Frolova (frolovaanastacia@gmail.com)

Expert:
Boris Shapiro
, Ph.D., Psychol., Associate Professor (MSSES)
Psychological aspects of employee training and development
Section Leader: Daria Korotkova (korotkova-dasha@mail.ru)

Expert:
Yevgeny Morgunov
, Doctor of Psychology, Dean of the Faculty of Psychology (MSSES)
Ethical issues in helping professions (round table)
Section Leader: Ksenia Krotova (ks.krotova.msu@gmail.com)

Expert:
Alexander Soloviev
, PhD (Cambridge), Ph.D., Psychology, Associate Professor (MSSESE)
Art Therapy
Expert:
Vera Brofman
, Leading Researcher, MGPU
Psychology and economic behavior
Section leaders: Koverzneva Sophia (RANEPA, MSSES), Korotkova Darya (RANEPA, MESSES)

For more than half a century, the development of psychological science and economics is to a certain extent determined by their interaction. Suffice it to recall how often the interest in psychological concepts ensured world success for a number of scientists, starting with D. Kaneman and A. Tversky and ending with R. Thaler. The names of the subject areas located at the junction of economics and psychology may be different. This is economic psychology, behavioral economics, organizational behavior, and consumer behavior, however, the synergy from the interaction of the maternal disciplines continues to bear fruit in the form of fresh conceptual breakthroughs and original empirical results.

Section experts:
Manukhina Svetlana Yuryevna, Ph.D., Ph.D. (RANEPA, MVSHSEN)
Morgunov Yevgeny Borisovich, Doctor of Psychology (MSSES)
POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY AND INTERNATIONAL POLITICS

On the other side of the body and mechanism: objects, systems, souls, rhythms, organs
Section leaders: Evgeny Kuchinov, Armen Aramyan (aaaresearchgroup@gmail.com)

The question of the technique that draws thought into the oscillatory motion from the organism to the mechanism (and vice versa) invariably puts us in the gap in which the work of redefining / reinventing both the organism and the mechanism takes place. Here the question of technology is a question of life, the question of life is a question of technology. The history and modern outlines of this gap will become the thematic framework of the interdisciplinary section "On the Other Side of the Body and the Mechanism". From Organ Projection, Organicism and Organology to machine-oriented ontologies, communication technologies, and digital materialism (and back).

It is supposed to touch upon the following approximate range of problems:
1. The soul of a technical object
2. The rhythms of technical life
3. Technique as an organ(on), organism, (self?)organization
4. Decolonization of technical imagination (space technology)
5. Technique on the other side of human
6. The contingency of the laws of nature and technical systems
7. Prometheus: pro et contra
8. Technical Fabulations in Scientific and Non-Scientific Fiction
9. Technical Utopias

Experts:
Yuk Hui
, Assistant Professor, Creative Media School, City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
"The boundaries of my language mean the boundaries of my world": the languages of international relations between academia and politics
Section leaders: Alexander Budisenko (kakshantaram@gmail.com)

"There is no escape from theory; any empirical research or practical analysis is based on theory. Pragmatic politicians believe that theoretical debates deserve about as much of their attention as medieval scholastic disputes about how many angels can dance on the head of a pin. Meanwhile, the pen of an intellectual leaves a deep imprint in the minds of politicians [...] they, without even realizing it, become captives of ideas born of a "university scribble" a few years earlier, "this biting, and very poisonous phrase, dropped almost forty years ago, Robert Keohane, then a young researcher, and today - one of the most cited political scientists in the world. This phrase vividly outlines the special position taken by the political researcher. Intellectuals produce languages that are later used in the media and in private meetings by other participants in international relations: journalists, politicians, representatives of the state apparatus. The degree of use of these languages allowed Keohain to point out the dependence of participants on them - and in the modern world this judgment is just as it was in the second half of the twentieth century.

At the same time, the language used by politicians allows not only to describe phenomena, but also, perceiving them within its framework, to take very specific decisions in the international arena. Thus, tangible processes ranging from the most neutral agreements to major international catastrophes, depend on how the language is constructed. At this point, the intellectual is involved in international politics and, at the same time, begins to be accountable to the international community, as well as to those who are excluded from making a political decision.

This section will be devoted to a discussion of the role and responsibility of an intellectual in international relations. Within its framework, issues such as:

1. Is it possible to be a strictly academic intellectual when researching international politics?
2. Is a political scientist, the theorist in particular, responsible for the languages of the description of the world that he produces?
3. What languages have been created to describe and explain international politics in recent decades?
4. Are new "big debates" possible today, like those that shook international politics several decades earlier?

This is only a small part of the questions that will be addressed in the section. Students, political scientists, researchers of international relations are invited to participate in the section.

Expert:
Stanislav Kozheurov
, Head of the World Politics Program, Faculty of Political Sciences, MSSES


MANAGEMENT OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL PROJECTS

The Right to the City: Practices and Strategies for Assignment
Section leaders: Anastasia Salova (anastasiya.s.salova@gmail.com), Olga Mostinskaya (omostinskaya@gmail.com)

Experts:
Kirill Titaev
, Research Director, Institute for Law Enforcement Problems, European University at St. Petersburg (EU SPb)
Hybrid urbanism and urban reality: what challenges do urban researchers face in the digital age?
Section leaders: Anastasia Smirnova (responseon_free@mail.ru), Anastasia Salova (anastasiya.s.salova@gmail.com)

The intensification of the development of digital platforms and services that are being introduced into the physical environment and exploited by its resources leads to the formation of a hybrid, digital-physical reality. In urban fabrics, there are phenomena that form unstructured data of huge interconnected networks - the interval of online platforms in offline mode and other phenomena. The increase in diversity, complexity and speed of urban processes leads to significant changes in the subject area of urban planning. These changes provide an incentive for research (sociological and urban planning).

Together with the available research tools, the minimum amount of case studies using new methods for analyzing urban processes is not ensured by the effectiveness of research and project activities when interacting with the digital-physical reality of the city.

As part of the work of this section, it is proposed to discuss the specifics of the consequences of introducing digital technologies into the life of cities, their origin and development in the context of megacities.

Expert: Daniyar Yusupov - Lecturer at the St. Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, ITMO, Environment, founder of ULab St. Petersburg

Moderator of the section: Cherkasov Timur Igorevich - head of urbantekh of the Affinum company

Applications are accepted until March 31!
Key dates
Young researchers and experts in the field of social sciences and humanities from Russia and other countries are invited to participate in the conference: senior university students, alumni, graduate students and junior research assistants from research institutes.
until March 15
acceptance of applications
500 - 1000 words
no later than March 30
competitive selection for applications
April 18 - 20
conference
after the conference
edition of the conference collection (RISC)
Travel and accommodation expenses are covered by the conference participants. At the request of the participant, the conference organizing committee can assist in finding and booking a hotel in Moscow. At the request of the participant, the organizing committee may send an official invitation to the conference for presentation at the place of study or work.
Organizer
Moscow Higher School of Social and Economic Sciences (Russian-British Magistracy in Sociology, Psychology, History, Law, International Politics, Management of Socio-Cultural Projects, Urbanism, Media Management)

Contact information of the organizing committee

Phone: 8-985- 136-35-40 (Nata Volkova)
E-mail: vectors@universitas.ru



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