HSE Students Attend International Conference in Bulgaria
Students and lecturers on the MA programme 'Information Analytics in Enterprise Management' presented their projects at ITA 2016 Summer Session (International Conference ‘Information Technologies and Software Engineering’) that was held in Varna, Bulgaria. The reports will be published in international journals issued by ITHEA.
International events in informatics and IT have been held since 1986 across Europe, including in Armenia, Bulgaria, Spain, Poland, Russia, Romania, and Ukraine. ITA-2016 (XIX Joint International Scientific Event) has summer and fall sessions in Bulgaria (Varna), fall sessions in Ukraine (Kiev) and Spain (Valencia), and a winter session that is held online.
The ITA-2016 summer session included the following conferences, which were held in Varna: KDS (XXII International Conference ‘Knowledge–Dialogue–Solution’), CFDM (VIII International Conference ‘Classification, Forecasting, Data Mining’), MeL (XI International Conference ‘Modern (e-)Learning’), GIT (XIV International Conference ‘General Information Theory’), AIM (VI International Conference ‘Advances in Informational Modeling’), TFIM (VI International Conference ‘Theoretical Foundations of Informational Modeling’), and i.TECH (XIV International Conference ‘Information Technologies and Software Engineering’).
In addition to these conferences, ITA participants also took part in master classes conducted as part of the ISSI summer school (X International Summer School on Informatics). Master classes and presentations by Tatiana Gavrilova, S. L., Kryvov , Liudmila Kirichenko and A. D. Krisilov in particular sparked great interest among participants.
The following reports by HSE students and lecturers were presented at the conference: ‘An approach to monitoring of global processes with Process Mining tools on the basis of Internet news’ by HSE student Irina Shalyaeva and Lecturers at the Department of Information Technologies in Business Viacheslav Lanin and Liudmila Lyadova, and a report on the simulation of energy-efficient and fault-tolerant algorithms by HSE student Alexander Mikov, and Lecturer at the Department of Information Technologies in Business Elena Zamyatina. Project results will be published in international journals issued by ITHEA.