Breakthrough technologies of the 21st century and their transformative power on the existing industrial structure and socioeconomic realm
Dear colleagues and friends!
The processes of globalization not only contributed to the opening of economic borders, but also made available for many countries the latest achievements in information and communication technologies.
At the same time, the availability of technology does not mean a guaranteed economic growth and it should be recognized that characteristics of the modern economic development is a qualitatively new role of technological and sectoral structure of the economy. However, new breakthrough technologies and basic innovations have not yet become the object of attention of investors and national economies are in different phases of structural readiness, which leads to the asynchronous nature of their economic and technological renewal.
In this regard, it seems to us extremely important to consider the role of promising breakthrough technologies of the first half of the 21st century in the formation of new industrial structures and changes in the environmental, social and economic landscape.
We are pleased to invite representatives of academic and educational institutions, industry, private business, as well as scientists involved in fundamental and applied research, to discuss technological and economic renewal of certain sectors and national economies as a whole.
We hope that the conference will be fruitful, and a fascinating beauty of North Palmira with its unique architecture will give a new impetus to creative scientific thought!
Looking forward to seeing you in St. Petersburg!
Objectives and topics of the conference
The processes of globalization have not only contributed to the opening of economic borders, but also made available to every person on Earth the most advanced developments in information and communication technologies. However, the availability of technology does not mean guaranteed growth and should be recognized that the features of modern economic development are strongly dependent on the new realm of technological and economic structure. We are amid the most profound and fast-moving structural shift that has ever happened in history, which some scholars have coined as Industry 4.0. However, the new breakthrough technologies and basic innovations have not yet correctly become the object of attention of investors and policy makers, and national economies are at different phases of structural readiness, which caused an asynchrony of their economic and technological renewal capabilities. In this connection it is extremely important to consider the role of promising breakthrough technologies of the first half of the 21st century in the formation of new industrial structures and changing environmental, social and economic landscape.
Conference ChairmanProf. A.I. Rudskoy
Prof. А.А. Akaev
Scientific Committee members
- Prof. Maasaki Hirooka, Institute of Technoeconomics, Kyoto (Japan)
- Prof. T. Devezas, University of Beira Interior, Covilhã (Portugal)
- Prof. D. Audretsch, Indiana University (USA)
- Prof. J. Leitão, University of Beira Interior, Covilhã (Portugal)
- Prof. W. R. Thompson, Indiana University and Concordia Colle (USA)
- Prof. André van Stel, Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin (Ireland)
- Prof. U. Cantner, Jena University (Germany)
- Prof. A. Coad, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (IPTS), Joint Research Centre European Commission (Spain)
- Prof. M. Pianta, University of Urbino (Italy)
- Prof. C.L. Magee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA)
- Prof. P. Commendatore, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II (Italy)
- Prof. R. Thurik, Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam (Nederland)
- Prof. W. Semmler, New School for Social Research, New York (USA)
- Prof. H. Dyja, Czestochowa University of Technology (Poland)
- Prof. Ch. Apostolopoulos, University of Patras (Greece)
- Prof. B.Behrens, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz University of Hannover (Germany)
- Prof. Liu Wei, Tsinghua University (China)
- Prof. V. Zaborowskiy, Peter the Great’ St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (Russia)
- Prof. A. Popovich, Peter the Great’ St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (Russia)
Prof. A.I. Rudskoy
Organizing Committee members
- Prof. D. I. Kuznetsov
- Prof. V.V. Korablev
- Prof. V.N. Sokolov
- Prof. A.I. Sarygulov
- Prof. A.N. Kobyshev Prof. S. Yu. Rumyantseva
- Prof. Yu.R. Ichkitidze
- A.L. Smirnova
Emerging disruptive technologies, materials and energy;
Industrial structural change;
Impact on the environment;
Social consequences of new technologies and the future of jobs.
Rules for abstracts and papers
Abstracts accepted by the Scientific Committee will be published in the form of conference materials as the “Book of Abstracts”, printed and in electronic form presented to each conference participant.
The article should include: 6 - 8 keywords, the title, name of the author(s), affiliation of authors, e-mail.
The articles should be written in English, using Word with font size 12 and spacement 1.5. Some articles will be selected by the Scientific Committee and recommended for publication in a book to be published by Spriger Verlag. In this case the authors will be communicated by the Organizing Committee to prepare their articles in accordance with Springer’s Manuscript Preparation (to be sent to authors).
The article must be presented with the name, surname and initials of the authors and abstract in English. The authors must identify their articles using surname_initials_number (if more than one paper), as in the example below:
ivanov_ak_1.doc , ivanov_ak_2.doc, etc…
The articles must be sent to the Organizing Committee by e-mail at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Deadline for registration||10.05.2016|
|Deadline for extended abstract submission (maximum 500-600 words)||15.04.2016|
|Deadline for paper submission||30.04.2016|
Organizing Committee of Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, 29 Politekhnicheskaya str., 195251, St. Petersburg, Russia