ITHEA International Scientific Society

 

 

ITA 2014

 

XVII-th Joint International Scientific Events on Informatics

 

Dedicated to XX-th anniversary of
International Conference Knowledge - Dialogue Solution

 

Autumn Session: 8-13 September 2014, Ukraine,

www.ithea.org

 

ITA 2014 is supported by:

The ITHEA International Journal
"Information Theories and Applications" (IJ ITA)

The ITHEA International Journal
"Information Technologies and Knowledge" (IJ ITK)

The ITHEA International Journal
"Information Models and Analises" (IJ IMA)

The ITHEA International Journal
"Information Content and Processing" (IJ ICP)

The ITHEA International Book Series
Information Science and Computing (IBS ISC)

The ITHEA International Digital Library with Scientific Index
Information Research and Engineering (IDL IRE)


 

ITA 2014 Autumn Session

 

KDS 2014

XX-th International Conference

Knowledge - Dialogue - Solution

 

MeL 2014

IX-th International Conference

Modern (e-) Learning

 

IT&I 2014

 

I-th International Scientific Conference
Information Technologies & Interactions

 

 


Preliminary Time Table (Kyiv, Ukraine)

 

 

08.09.14
Monday

09.09.14
Tuesday

10.09.14
Wednesday

11.09.14
Thursday

12.09.14
Friday

13.09.14
Saturday

10:0011:30

KDS

KDS

KDS

MeL

IT&I

MeL/IT&I

11:3012:00

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

12:0013:00

KDS

KDS

KDS

MeL

IT&I

MeL/IT&I

13:0015:00

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

15:0016:20

KDS

KDS

KDS

MeL

IT&I

MeL/IT&I

16:2016:40

Break

Break

Break

Break

Break

 

16:4018:00

KDS

KDS

ITHEA GALA EVENING

MeL

IT&I

Language:

Russian, English

Russian, English

 

 

 


 

Acknowledgements

 

ITA 2014 is organized by:

ITHEA International Scientific Society (ITHEA ISS)

Association of Developers and Users of Intelligent Systems (ADUIS)

 

in tight collaboration with:

- FIS Foundations of Information Science (Spain)
- Spanish Network on Biomolecular and Biocellular Computing (Spain)
- National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
- Federation of the Scientific-Engineering Unions /FNTS/ (Bulgaria)

- Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA (Bulgaria)
- V.M.Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of NASU (Ukraine)
- Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, BAS (Bulgaria)

-
Research Institute of Applied Semiotics of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences (Russia)
- St.Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of RAS (Russia)
- Instituto Aragonés de Ciencias de la Salud (Spain)
- Dorodnicyn Computing Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia)
- Institute of Informatics Problems of the RAS (Russia)
- Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems, National Academy of Sciences (Armenia)
- Institute of Mathematics of SD RAN (Russia)
- Institute of Mathematical Problems and Systems of NASU (Ukraine)

- Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev (Ukraine)
- Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (Spain)
- Rzeszow University of Technology (Poland)
- Educational-scientific complex Institute for applied system analysis
(Ukraine)
- Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics (Ukraine)
- Hasselt University (Belgium)
- University of Calgary (Canada)
- Ben-Gurion University (Israel)
- Astrakhan State University (Russia)
- Taras Shevchenko National University of Luhansk
(Ukraine)
- Varna Free University Chernorizets Hrabar (Bulgaria)


 

Deadlines for ITA 2014

 

For KDS, MeL, IT&I which will be held in Kyiv, Ukraine, September 2014

August 10, 2014:

 submission of final thesis of report by the ITHEA ISS Submission Web System: http://ita.ithea.org or by e-mail: info@aduis.com.ua

August 22, 2014:

 notification of the thesis of report acceptance by the ITHEA ISS Submission Web System

August 27, 2014:

  submission of registration forms by e-mail: info@aduis.com.ua

 

 

Submission

 

The camera-ready copy of the thesis should be received by the ITHEA Conference Submission System (http://ita.ithea.org); e-mail for questions: info@aduis.com.ua.

 

 

Manuscripts

 

Manuscripts from members of ITHEA International Scientific Society (ITHEA ISS) will be preferably included in the events of ITA 2014.

Membership of ITHEA ISS is free and may be done by registration at the www.ithea.org

 

Thesis of report from 1 up to 2 full pages 4 (for plenary report up to 4 full pages 4) need to be formatted in DOC formats according the sample sheets given at: http://www.aduis.com.ua/conf/theses_rules.doc. Accepted manuscripts will be published by ITHEA in separate book. The languages for thesis of report are Russian, English and Ukrainan.

 


 

Fees

 

Registration fee has to be paid for every thesis of report, accepted to be published in the ITHEA editions.

Registration fee is EURO 15 per thesis of report.

Registration fee for PhD students is EURO 10 per thesis of report.

Registration fee for students is EURO 7 per thesis of report.

 

Registration fee includes participation fee, presentation fee for one paper.

Participation fee covers only the organizing expences.

It does not cover the excursion and ITHEA Gala Evening.

 

Post expences:

Please, note that the registration fees do not include post expenses.

Post expenses depend of destination but are not less than EURO 15.

 

Contacts for KDS, MeL, IT&I 2014:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vitalii Velychko

info@aduis.com.ua

Alexey Voloshin

olvoloshyn@ukr.net

Iurii Teslia

teslya1958@ukr.net

Krassimir Markov

president@ithea.org

Krassimira B. Ivanova

krasy78@mail.bg

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

KDS 2014

XX-th International Conference

Knowledge - Dialogue - Solution

September 08 - 10, 2014, Kyiv, (Ukraine)

 

Aims and Scope

The Conference continues the series of annual international KDS events organized by V.M. Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and Association of Developers and Users of Intelligent Systems (ADUIS).

 

Topics of interest

- Applied Information Systems
- Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
- Decision Making
- Intelligent information technology
- Interdisciplinary Scientific Research
- Logical Inference

- NL Text Processing
- Neural and Growing Networks
- Mathematical methods research of complex systems
-
Modern (e-) Learning and intelligent systems
- Philosophy and Methodology of Informatics
- Problems of Computer Intellectualization

 

Steering Committee

Ivan Sergienko(Ukraine)
Iurii Kryvonos (Ukraine)
Krassimir Markov (Bulgaria)

Alexander Palagin (Ukraine)
Natalia Pankratova (Ukraine)
Vitalii Velychko (Ukraine)

Alexey Voloshin (Ukraine)
Volodymyr Romanov (Ukraine)


 

Program Committee

Alexander Reznik (Ukraine)
Anatoly Krissilov (Ukraine)
Anatolii Gupal (Ukraine)
Constantine Gaindric (Moldova)
Ekaterina Solovyova (Ukraine)
Iliya Mitov (Bulgaria)
Igor Gorban (Ukraine)
Leonid Hulianytskyi (Ukraine) Nadezhda Kiseleyova (Russia)

Natalia Filatova (Russia)
Nikolay Zagoruiko (Russia)
Olga Nevzorova (Russia)
Rumyana Kirkova (Bulgaria)
Tatyana Gavrilova (Russia)
Vadim Vagin (Russia)
Valery Tarasov (Russia)
Vassil Sgurev (Bulgaria)
Vitaliy Lozovskiy (Ukraine)

Vitaliy Snituk (Ukraine)
Vladimir Donchenko (Ukraine)
Vladimir Donskoy (Ukraine)
Vladimir Jotsov (Bulgaria)
Vladimir Ryazanov (Russia)
Xenia Naidenova (Russia)
Yevgeniy Bodyanskiy (Ukraine)
Yury Valkman (Ukraine)
Yury Zaychenko (Ukraine)

 

Language

The official and work languages of the Conference are Russian and English.
The languages for thesis of report are Russian, English and Ukrainan.

 

 


 

MeL 2014

IX-th International Conference

Modern (e-) Learning

September 11 - 13, 2014, Kyiv, (Ukraine)

 

Aims and Scope

The conference is devoted to discussion of current research and applications regarding the basic directions of modern (e-) learning: Philosophy and Methodology of the Modern (e-) Learning and Modern (e-) Learning Technologies.

 

Topics of interest

Philosophy and Methodology of the Modern (e-) Learning

- Accreditation and Validation of Modern (e-) Learning Materials
- Learning Communities and Virtual Spaces for Modern (e-) Learning Communities
- Copyright Regulations and Intellectual Property
- Evolution in Teacher Roles through Technology
- Experience and Problems of Implementation of Distance Learning Systems
- Informatics of the Modern Learning
- Instructional Design Theories of Modern (e-) Learning
- Institutional Issues on Technology-based Learning
- Interaction of Classical and Modern (e-) Learning
- Knowledge Market
- Modern (e-) Learning Paradigms
- Organizational Problems of Distance Learning
- Pedagogical and Organisational Frameworks of Modern (e-) Learning
- Pedagogical Approaches - Classical and Modern Didactic Principles of Modern (e-) Learning
- Policies on Technology-based Learning
- Psychological and Ergonomic Aspects of Modern (e-) Learning
- Social Aspects of Modern (e-) Learning
- Standardisation of the Modern (e-) Learning Materials
- Standards and Quality Requirements for the Certification and Assessment of the Learners Progress
- Teaching Aspects of Modern (e-) Learning

Modern e-Learning Technologies

- Information Retrieval and Visualization in e-Learning
- Multimedia Educational Systems
- Media for Learning in Multicultural Settings
- Mobile e-Learning Applications
- P2P e-Learning Applications
- Social Aspects in Collaborative e-Learning Systems
- Standardization in e-Learning Technologies (incl. Learning Objects, Learning Designs, Modelling Languages)
- Technology-based Blended, Distance and Open Learning
- Technology-Facilitated Learning in Complex Domains
- Technologies for advanced Teacher Training
- Technology and Human Resource Issues
- Using AI/Semantic Web Technologies for Personalized and Contextual Learning
- Web-based Educational Information Systems

 

Steering Committee


Alexey Voloshin (Ukraine)
Koen Vanhoof (Belgium)

Krassimir Markov (Bulgaria)
Larissa Zaynutdinova (Rusia)

Oleg Zakusilo (Ukraine)
Liudmila Lyadova (Russia)




 

Program Committee


Alexander Kuzemin (Ukraine)
Alexander Provotar (Ukraine)
Anatoliy Anisimov (Ukraine)
Anatoliy Gupal (Ukraine)
Anatoly Krissilov (Ukraine)
Avram Eskenazi (Bulgaria)
Darina Dicheva (USA)
Diana Bogdanova (Russia)
Dmitriy Buy (Ukraine)
Galina Gaivoronskaya (Ukraine)
George Totkov (Bulgaria)
Grigorii Kudin (Ukraine)
Elena Kashpur (Ukraine)
Evgeny Eremin (Russia)
Igor Gorban (Ukraine)
Igor Lyashenko (Ukraine)
Ilia Mitov (Bulgaria)
Irina Petrova (Russia)
Iurii Krak
(Ukraine)

Jean Schreurs (Belgium)
Juan Castellanos (Spain)
Krassimira B. Ivanova (Bulgaria)
Luis Fernando de Mingo (Spain)
Michail Povidaychik (Ukraine)
Michail Medvedev (Ukraine)
Natalia Frolova (Russia)
Natalia Pankratova (Ukraine)
Nikolay Malyar (Ukraine)
Phedor Garashenko (Ukraine)
Tatiana Gavrilova (Russia)
Valeriy Grigoruk (Ukraine)
Vasiliy Grirorkiv (Ukraine)
Vitaliy Litvinov (Ukraine)
Vitaliy Snituk (Ukraine)
Vitalii Velychko (Ukraine)
Vladimir Bugrov (Ukraine)
Vladimir Donchenko (Ukraine)
Yury Zaychenko (Ukraine)
Yury Valkman (Ukraine)

 


 

Language

The official and work languages of the Conference are Russian and English.
The languages for thesis of report are Russian, English and Ukrainan.

 


IT&I 2014

Information Technologies & Interactions

First International Conference

September 12 - 13, 2014, Kyiv, (Ukraine)

 

Aims and Scope

The conference is devoted to discussion of the current research and applications in the fields of information technologies and information interactions, to the development on this base of the methods, technical and software tools of society informatization.

Topics of the conference

Theory and practice of the information technologies development;

Information technologies as a tool for building the information society;

Information (non-force) interaction in the real world;

Epistemological aspects of identification of information interactions as an independent area in computer science;

Information technologies of realization of information interactions.

 

 

Steering Committee


Alexander Palagin (Ukraine)
Andrei Beloshitskii (Ukraine)

Alexander Pavlov (Ukraine)
Valerii Bykov (Ukraine)

Iurii Teslia (Ukraine)

 

Program Committee


Aleksei Bychkov (Ukraine)
Andrei Gusak (Ukraine)
Anatolii Chebotarev (Ukraine)
Krassimir Markov (Bulgaria)
Valerii Pylypenko (Ukraine)
Valentin Rach (Ukraine)
Vasilii Klapchenko (Ukraine)
Vladimir Burkov (Russia)
Vsevolod Vasilev (Ukraine)
Viktor Danchuk (Ukraine)
Vitaliy Snituk (Ukraine)
Vitalii Velychko (Ukraine)
Alexander Sherbina (Ukraine)

Elena Medvedeva (Ukraine)
Igbal Babaev (Azerbaijan)
Alexander Oksiyuk (Ukraine)
Krassimira B. Ivanova (Bulgaria)
Konstantin Koshkin (Ukraine)
Luis Fernando de Mingo (Spain)
Martin Mintchev (Canada)
Natalia Popovich (Ukraine)
Sergey Krivii (Ukraine)
Oleg Purskii (Ukraine)
Juan Penuella Castellanos (Spain)
Yury Rak (Ukraine)

 

 


 

Language

The official and work languages of the Conference are Russian and English.
The languages for thesis of report are Russian, English and Ukrainan.