The organizing committee of the Second International Scientific and Practical Internet Conference “Connect-Universum 2014” continues to register applications for participation in the webinar on May 20-22, 2014 and invites materials for publication. The final date of acceptance of applications for participation is 25 April.

The first participants of the Internet conference:
Nickolai Ssorin-Chaikov — Doctor of Philosophy, ethnographer, social anthropologist, exhibition curator, research employee, lecturer (University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK), author of books;
Khristo Kaftandzhiev – Doctor of Philology, Professor of Marketing Communications and Semiotics (Sofia University, Sofia, Bulgaria), communication consultant, judge of several international advertising competitions, author of books;
Arne Vestermann – PhD, Professor of Communications and Marketing at the International School of Management (ISM) in Dortmund (Germany), communication consultant;
Dmitry Galkin – PhD, associate professor of the Institute of Arts and Culture and of the Department of Humanitarian Information Science (TSU, Tomsk, Russia), business-trainer and cultural development consultant;
Tom Steinert – PhD, associate professor of the Department of Theory and History of Architecture of the Institute of Architecture (Technical University, Berlin, Germany), expert in urban environment design and history of architecture and art;

Translator: Vakhrusheva Olesya, 2nd year student of the Department of Social Communication, TSU

Katerina Ma – director of the Department of Communications and Public Relations (University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
Rob Tomlinson – Media Communications Department Manager, c
Communications and Marketing Deputy Director (The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Great Britain), expert in crisis and international communications;
Vessela Posner – PhD, Doctor of Museology, professional artist, curator of exhibitions, scientific associate of the Berlin Gallery (Berlin, Germany), expert in new media “museum” communications;
Felix Sharkov – Doctor of Social Sciences, Professor, Deputy Director of the Institute of Public Administration and Management staff, Head of the Department of Public Relations and Media Policies RANEPA (Moscow, Russia), author of textbooks for universities, Honoured Scientist of Russia;
Vincent Verspaandonk – Business Development Associate of International Internet-platform “StudyPortals”, social communications expert (Eindhoven, the Netherlands);
Irina Matsishina – Candidate of Political Sciences, associate professor (Odessa I.I. Mechnikov National University, Odessa, Ukraine);
Ricky Biesen — Manager of the Nano-Science Center Communications Department of the University of Copenhagen (Copenhagen, Denmark);
Denis Ryabov – manager of educational projects (Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden);
Olga Astafeva – Doctor of Philology, Professor of the UNESCO Chair (RAPENO), Moscow branch Chairman of Scientific and Educational Society for Cultural Studies, editor-in-chief of scientific electronic edition “Journal of Cultural Research” (Moscow, Russia);
Elena Yaroslavtseva – Candidate of Philosophical Sciences, associate professor, senior researcher of the Institute of Philosophy RAS, associate professor of the Department of History of RSHU (Moscow, Russia);
Olga Shlykova – Doctor of Cultural Research, Professor, Head of Multimedia Technology and Information Systems Department of the Moscow State University of Culture and Arts (Moscow, Russia);
Natalya Kirillova — Doctor of Cultural Research, Professor of the Ural State University, member of Academy of Management in Education and Culture, chairman of the Ural Cultural Research Society, director of the Ural Scientific and Methodic Center of Media Culture and Media Education (Yekaterinburg, Russia);
Dmitry Gavra – Doctor of Sociological Sciences, Professor, Ph.D and Chair of Public Relations at the Graduate School of Journalism and Mass Communications, St-Petersburg State University, Prize winner of the RF Government Prize in the Field of Mass Media in 2008, author of books and monographs on communication theory (Saint-Petersburg, Russia).
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