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4. Anna Lepetan

The Tendencies of Development of Business Tourism in the World


5. Victoria Peregudova

Dijon as a Tourist Capital of Burgundy Region


6. Olga Smirnova

Ryokan. A traditional Japanese Inn


7. Darya Sytova

Vip-tourism as Developing Segment of Tourism Industry and Factors of its Evolvement in Russia


8. George Tadtaev

The Main Aspects of Russian-Turkish Relations in the Context of Recent Events in the Middle East


9. Ksenia Urpina

The Tokaido Road: Time Travel


10. Elena Chekalkina

USA Foreign Policy in Latin America. Plan ALCA


Panel discussion 6

Time-limit: 10 minutes

Chairpersons:

Sergey Yu. Shenin (Doctor in History, Professor of the Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy of Russia, SSU)

Elena V. Ryazanova (Assoc.Prof. of the Department of English for Humanities, Ph.D in Linguistics)

1. Elena Gulina

The Status of Tibet by the Middle of the XX Century and Foundation of the People’s Republic of China


2. Ilya Dudnikov

Trans-Afghan Pipeline


3. Anastasia Kvariani

Eastern Partnership: From the Creation to a New Stage of Development


4. Nikita Klimenkov

US Secretary of State Warren Christopher and Confrontation between B. Yeltsin and Russian Parliament (Supreme Council) in 1993


5. Evgeniy Korenev

The Macedonian Question» in Relationships of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Republic of Macedonia in Modern Times. Geopolitical and Civilizational Aspects


6. Victoria Muzalevskaya

Is the Decline of the West Inevitable?


7. Evgenia Nasledskova

The Kuril Islands Dispute


8. Maria Nikiforova

NATO’s Interests in Kazakhstan and the Alliance Policy towards the Country


9. Diana Ratunova

Public Diplomacy in Modern International Relations


10. Liliya Sabitova

Constantinople Before its Fall: the Impressions of a Mid-XVth century Spanish Traveler


11. Ivan Sidorov

Relations between Iran and Azerbaijan in Caspian Region


12. Ksenia Skorobaeva

Russia – United Kingdom Relations: Problems of Extradition


Panel discussion 7

Time-limit: 10 minutes

Chairpersons:

Alina S. Bolshakova (Lecturer of the Department of English Philology)

Elena E. Pastookhova (Lecturer of the Department of English and Intercultural Communication, Ph.D in Linguistics, SSU)


1. Anna Alkhova

N.M. Karamsin in a Theatrical Sphere


2. Lyubov Dobrovolskaya

Structural and Semantic Characteristics of Speech in Emotional Tension (in Russian and English)


3. Ksenia Kashnikova

Castle as a Symbol in Russian and Foreign Literature


4. Alina Krivoshapova

The System of Evaluation of Student’s Knowledge in the USA and Russia


5. Victoria Mishina

Religious Eeducation: How to Teach Children to Love


6. Ekaterina Nekrasova

Teaching Universal Values through Language Education at School:

Principles, Technologies and Process


7. Vera Pavlenko

The Category of Time as the Form of Representation of the Concept “Death” in the Novel “Invitation to a Beheading” by V. V. Nabokov


8. Nadezhda Petryanina

Semantic Complication of Words in Anna Akhmatova’s Lyric Poetry


9. Tatyana Filimonova

Etiquette Forms of Greeting and Farewell in Spoken Informal Language


10. Alexander Shavrov

Economic Risks as the Subject of Sociological Analysis


Panel discussion 8

Time-limit: 10 minutes

Chairpersons:

Aleksandr A. Kazakov (Assoc. Prof. of the Department of Political Science, Ph D. in Political Science, SSU )

Natalya A. Kubrakova (Senior Lecturer of the Department of English for Humanities)

1. Alexandra Berdnikova, Darya Chentsova

Some Problems of Comprehension in the Modern World

2. Julia Gagina

Sovereignty in the International Law


3. Irina Galachieva

Compensation for Moral Damage: Problems of Proof


4. Oxana Dorofeeva

The International Financial System Stability: 1 Way to Improve the Situation (EU Experience)


5. Yulia Zhuravleva

Interrelation of Sport and Politics: Opinions of Saratov Students


6. Inna Podlesnyh

Judicial Protection of Minors: Problems and Solutions


7. Julia Savenkova

Youth Subcultures: Consumer Factor. The Impact on the Development of Deviant Behavior


8. Tatiana Sapunova, Rashit Rakhmetov

Phenomenon of Death in Eastern Orthodox Church


9. Anastasia Shamanova

International Legal Instruments of Protection of Cultural Property Against Illicit Trafficking


10. Darya Eyvazova

Youth Extremism and the Media


Sektion Deutsch


Redezeit: 10 Minuten

Vorsitzende:

Alexander Ja. Minor (Lehrstuhlleiter Deutsch und Methodik, Dr. für Philologie, SSU)

Tatjana N. Kutscherova (Lehrstuhlleiterin Deutsch und interkulturelle Kommunikation, Dr. für Philologie, SSU)


1. Alexej Baryschev

Übersetzungsmöglichkeiten der kulturspezifischen Lexik (Deutsch-Russisch)


2. Julia Borisenko

Familienstrukturen der Wolgadeutschen am Beispiel der Kolonie Pfeifer (heute Gniluschka) in der Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts


3.Vladislav Burenko

Höflichkeit als Etikettenkultur in den deutschen und russischen Phraseologismen


4. Lilija Charlamowa

Kommunikativ-pragmatische Funktionen jugendspezifischen Wortschatzes in Mädchenzeitschriften


5. Valeria Сhegai

Der “Zeitplan” von Heirat und Geburt in der Wolgadeutsche Kolonie Balzer im Spiegel der Kirchenbücher(1846-1850)


6. Alexander Fjodorov

Kolonischtegschichtla“ von Hermann Bachmann als Dokument der Lebensweise und der Sprache der Russlanddeutschen in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts


7. Anastasia Klimowa

Das nationale Wertbild im deutschen und im russischen Hochzeitsdiskurs


8. Anastassia Levkina

Übersetzungsmöglichkeiten von Texten im Fachbereich Medizin (Deutsch-Russisch)


9. Olga Markus

Kommunikative und soziale Faktoren im Radiodiskurs


10. Andrej Schalajew

Zur Frage über die Wechselbeziehung der sexuellen und reproduktive Rechte

11. Dmitriy Surovyagin

Philosophische Aspekte des Reduktionismus in der Konstitutionstheorie von Rudolf Carnap


Poster Presentations


Nina Vorobieva

Development of Technology for Obtaining Protein Isolates from Non-Traditional Vegetable Raw Materials


Tanya Denisova

Porous structure of separation material investigation with the means of porometric methods


Natalya Kucher

BUGS for a Bayesian Analysis of Stochastic Volatility Models


Dmitry Mitin

Formation of Silicon Structures with Rectifying Properties by Magnetron Sputtering


Alexander Pavlov

Boundary of Generalized Synchronization in Two Unidirectionally Coupled Tunnel Diode Generators


Olga Perfilova

Synthesis of 2-(2,7-Dichloro-3-Oxo-6-(Perfluorophenylsulfonyloxy)-3H-Xanthen-9-yl) Benzoic Acid


Elena Pogorelova

Determination of Alkylpiridinium Homologues in Binary Mixtures


Mikhail Pozharov

The Effect of Substituent Groups on Electron-donor Properties of Several Aromatic Organic Acids: Quantum Chemical Study


Zinaida Chepurina

Salting-in Phenomenon for the Quaternary System Water – Pyridine – Butyric Аcid – Potassium Iodide


Maxim Chervyakov

The Measurement of the Outgoing Shortwave Radiation from Satellite «Meteor-M» №1


Natalya Shestopalova

Cloud Point Extraction Some Dyes


Abstracts


Plenary Session


Andy Noonan

Fitting English In: Making the most of what little time we have

We live in an exciting time in terms of the access we have to high-quality tools for improving our language skills and this is certainly true for young scientists needing English to advance their careers through networking, writing research papers and presenting at international conferences. These tools will be discussed, as well as the importance of goal-setting for reaching our desired levels of proficiency.


Workshops

Andy Noonan

Talking to Yourself: Autonomy tools for EAP

Students will experience a number of exercises using modern and widely-available technology to improve their listening skills and increase their vocabulary, specific to their academic and professional goals.


Natalia S. Karpova

What do you Need to Know to Prepare for the IELTS Test?

The workshop is aimed at graduate and postgraduate students who consider studying or working abroad. The paper will give general ideas how to revise for IELTS effectively. Speaking and academic writing parts of the test are viewed as quite difficult for preparation, so the paper will analyze common mistakes made by IELTS candidates and provide you with useful tips how to avoid such problems.


Marina A. Zaitseva, Natalia V. Pavlova

Presentations: Beyond Power Point

Don't want you audience to face "Death by PowerPoint"? Tired of its bullets but don't know how to avoid them? You know how to craete a PowerPoint presentation but no one listens to you while you are speaking? In this talk you will hear how to avoid a presentation disaster and capture the attention of your audience!


Natural Science

Kirill Antonov

The Litological-Petrofizical Performance of Formations of Bobrikovsky Horizon of the Krotovsky Floor Space

Lithological-petrophysical explorations were held within the formations of bobrikovsky horizon Krotovky floor. It is shown that the cut-away has specific cyclical structure. Three cyclists with charateristic trangressive structure were located. Formations-collectors were located to the basements of cyclists and are featured by good filtational and capational properties. It is set that generation of bobrykovky horizon formations took place in coastal conditions.


Maxim Ashanin

Inductance of the Coil Changed by Electric Field

Researching properties of the semi-conductor device - the pin-diode. In the research the influence of the pin-diode on the inductance coil is being studied, particularly the influence of vertical currents on inductance change.


Anna Burmistrova

Drip Irrigation of Apple Tree Nurseries in the Nonchernozem Zone

The report deals with the problem of how different levels of soil moisture affect the growth and development of young apple trees cultivated under drip irrigation in the nursery gardens located in the Nonchernozem zone. This effect is estimated by measuring particular plant biological features.


Zinaida Chepurina

Salting-in Phenomenon for the Quaternary System Water – Pyridine – Butyric Аcid – Potassium Iodide

Phase equilibria and critical phenomenon in cut of the quaternary system water - pyridine - butyric acid - potassium iodide whose constituent ternary liquid system had a closed binodal curve were studied by means of the visual-polythermal method within 5-60oC. Phase state isotherms constructed on the cut triangle for four temperatures get allowed to determine the topological transformation of the phase diagram for the examined cut of the composition tetrahedron with temperature changes to be revealed. It is revealed that at small concentration potassium iodide possesses salting-in action in water-organic solutions. For four-component systems it was established for the first time.


Maxim Chervyakov

The Measurement of the Outgoing Shortwave Radiation from Satellite «Meteor-M» №1

A brief summary about radiometer “Shortwave outgoing radiation monitor” (IKOR) is given. This equipment is intended to measure outgoing shortwave radiation that gives possibilities to receive instant and daily averaged albedo values, absorbed solar radiation, and also monthly averaged values. These make it possible research how the components of Earth radiation balance influence the climate.


Vadim Grubov

On–off Intermittency of Thalamo-Cortical Oscillations in the Electroencephalogram of Rats with Genetic Predisposition to Absence Epilepsy

Although sleep spindles and spike-wave discharges (SWD) are considered as thalamocortical oscillations, functional relationship between them is not obvious. The present study describes temporal dynamics of SWD and sleep spindles in EEG by using wavelet-based algorithm.


Tanya Denisova

Porous structure of separation material investigation with the means of porometric methods

The report will present the investigation of basic characteristics of the pores in separator. We have studied it with the help of scanning electron microscopy and BET, CSP and BjH methods. Two types of separators have been investigated which are Bernard Dumas (France) AND Hollingswoth Vose (USA).


Ivan Fefer

Applying parallel computing for solving dynamic programming problems

Dynamic programming is a method for solving complex problems by breaking them down into simpler subproblems. This method was introduced in 1950 by Richard Bellman. In this paper, we will boost the performance of this method, applying parallel computing to different classic dynamic programming problems and we will try to solve a general case of dynamic programming problem.

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