21st Conference of Young Scientists "Navigation and Motion Control" 21st Conference of Young Scientists "Navigation and Motion Control"

21st Conference of Young Scientists "Navigation and Motion Control"

19-22 March 2019
Saint Petersburg, Russia
General information

The Program and Organizing Committees of the 21st Conference of Young Scientists Navigation and Motion Control (with international participants) invite young scientists, post-graduates, and students from Russia and other countries to take part in this event.

The Conference will be held at the State Research Center of the Russian Federation – Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC, St. Petersburg, on 19-22 March 2019.

The Conference includes overview lectures on the theory and practice of modern navigation and motion control systems delivered by the leading scientists as well as presentations of conference participants.

 Papers may be presented either in Russian, or in English.

   Participation in the Conference is free of charge. 

ATTENTION!

You are strongly requested to submit the titles and authors of your papers to be presented at the 21th Conference of Young Scientists before November 15, 2018.

KEY DATES

15 November 2018 – deadline for submission of detailed abstract titles and authors to the Organizing Committee

1 February 2019 – deadline for detailed abstract submission to the Organizing Committee.

4 March 2019 – deadline for ONLINE registration.

5 March 2019 – deadline for notifications of authors whose abstracts are included in the Conference program.

19-22 March 2019 – Conference dates.

30 March 2019 – deadline for compiling the book of detailed abstracts of papers presented

1 April 2019 – deadline for notifications of authors whose abstracts are recommended by the Program Committee for preparing full paper texts.

2 May 2019 – deadline for submission of full texts of papers recommended by the Program Committee.

  

                                                                                                                         PROGRAM COMMITTEE

CHAIRPERSON:

O.A. STEPANOV, Dr Eng. Sci., Professor, Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC; ITMO University, St. Petersburg      

MEMBERS:

  • E.I. VEREMEY, Dr Phys.-Math. Sci., Professor, St. Petersburg State University
  • A.A. BOBTSOV, Dr Eng. Sci., Professor, ITMO University, St. Petersburg
  • A.A. PYRKIN, Dr Eng. Sci., ITMO University, St. Petersburg
  • I.B. FURTAT, Dr Eng. Sci., RAS Institute for Problems in Mechanical Engineering, St. Petersburg
  • A.M. BORONAKHIN, Dr Eng. Sci., St. Petersburg State Electrotechnical University LETI
  • A.S. KOVALEV, Cand. Eng. Sci., Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC
  • A.S. KREMLEV, Cand. Eng. Sci., ITMO University, St. Petersburg
  • A.V. LOPAREV, Cand. Eng. Sci., Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC; ITMO University, St. Petersburg; St. Petersburg State University of Airborne Instrument-Making (SPbGUAP)
  • V.Ya. RASPOPOV, Dr Eng. Sci., Professor, Tula State University
  • Yu.V. FILATOV, Dr Eng. Sci., Professor, St. Petersburg State Electrotechnical University LETI
  • S.Yu. SHEVCHENKO, Cand. Eng. Sci., St. Petersburg State Electrotechnical University LETI
  • E.V. SHEVTSOVA, Cand. Eng. Sci., Bauman Moscow State Technical University


                                                                                                         SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM OF THE CONFERENCE

Session 1. Sensing elements of inertial navigation systems
Session 2. Control theory and systems
Session 3. Microelectronics and crystal-based systems in navigation instrument-making
Session 4. Navigation instruments production technologies
Session 5. Information processing in navigation systems
Session 6. Navigation and control in robotic systems
Session 7. Navigation and motion control in school projects
Session 8. Educational technologies
Session 9. Computer modeling and modern technologies in instrument-making industry
Session 10. Onboard computing systems
Session 11. Gyroscopic systems
Session 12. Application problems of navigation and motion control
Session 13. Data processing in hydroacoustics and radio detection and location
Session 14. Micromechanical sensors, systems and technologies
Session 15. Integrated and satellite navigation systems

 The topics of the conference are not limited to the listed sessions. You can submit your proposals on other relevant topics for discussion.

The conference does not address any issues relating to military-technical cooperation, military technologies development, design of prototype weapons and military equipment.


TIME LIMITS

The maximum time of presentation is 20 minute (including Q&A).

One participant can submit not more than 2 papers.

The papers at the Conference can be presented by young scientists under 35 years old.

Co-authors of the papers can include only one participant over 35 years old. 

Foreign participants can take part in the Conference ONLINE (web-conference).

Session №8 Navigation and Motion Control in School Projects assumes participation of school and lyceum students.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 


1. Detailed abstracts of presented papers will be published in the Conference proceedings book. The Proceedings will be indexed in the Russian Science Citation Index database.

The volume of detailed abstract is one or two pages (up to 6,000 symbols including spaces) besides the list of references.

2. Based on the results of detailed abstracts studying and the presentations of paper authors at the conference, the Program Committee will sel ect the papers and give recommendations on full text preparation. After peer review, full texts of the papers will be submitted for publication in journals included in the list of the State Commission for Academiс Degrees and Titles and providing the information support to the Conference (Gyroscopy and Navigation, Scientific and Technical Bulletin of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, Mechatronics, Automation, Control, etc.).

For the full texts of papers, the teams of authors can include senior colleagues directly related to the publication (research supervisor, consultant etc.)

The full paper text should be about 7 pages in volume.

The full paper text can be submitted only after the appropriate recommendation is obtained fr om the Conference Program Committee.

3. Full texts of paper and detailed abstracts to be published in the Conference Proceedings should be prepared in accordance with the established requirements available on the Conference website.

The files with the detailed abstract and the full paper text should be submitted to the Organizing Committee of 21NMC2019 via CoMS-Elektropribor system (http://comsep.ru). 

Detailed abstracts and full paper texts, not complying with the above requirements, will not be published 

INCENTIVES

The authors of the best papers in each session will be awarded money bonuses and commemorative diplomas.

Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC, has established three prizes named after outstanding scientists:
S.F. Farmakovskii, A.S. Anfinogenov, and L.P. Nesenyuk.

These prizes can be awarded to the authors whose papers win the first place diplomas.


Co-sponsored by

  • International Public Association - Academy of Navigation and Motion Control (ANMC)
  • Saint Petersburg National Research University ITMO
  • Saint Petersburg State Electrotechnical University LETI
  • Saint Petersburg Group of the Russian National Committee for Automatic Control

Organizers

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

CHAIRPERSON:

Yu.A. LITVINENKO, Cand. Eng. Sci., Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC; ITMO University, St. Petersburg

DEPUTY CHAIRPERSON:

D.P. ELISEEV, Cand. Eng. Sci., Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC

MEMBERS:

A.V. MOTORIN, Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC; ITMO University, St. Petersburg
S.D. PESHEKHONOVA, Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC, St. Petersburg
N.G. SKIDANOV, Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC, St. Petersburg
A.Yu. SOKOLOV, Cand. Eng. Sci., Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC, St. Petersburg
M.A. TUMANOVA, Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC, St. Petersburg
O.M. YASHNIKOVA, Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC; ITMO University, St. Petersburg
N.K. GORA, Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC, St. Petersburg

Registration of conference participants

For participation in the 21st Conference of Young Scientists Navigation and Motion Control (21NMC2019) you need to register.

Registration of all (!) participants of 21NMC2019 conference is performed online via the Conference Management System COMS-Elektropribor:

http://comsep.ru

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1. If you have already registered in the System (submitted the paper abstract for participation in at least one of the conferences held by CSRI Elektropribor, or attended the conference without paper presentation), then enter the System using your PIN and password.

· If you have forgotten your  PIN and/or password, recover it/them using the hint «Forgot Password?»

· If you are not registered in the System, log in.

2. Select «21st Conference of Young Scientists Navigation and Motion Control» (21NMC2019) in the conference list.

3. Enter your virtual office.

4. Select tab «My participation».

5. Fill in the form and register to participate in 21NMC2019 conference.

6. Please be careful when filling in the registration form and  don’t forget to save your entries!

We are looking forward to welcoming you among the participants of our conference!!

REGISTRATION OF CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS

http://comsep.ru

Abstract submission

 

To take part in the Conference with paper presentation, you should submit a detailed abstract, prepared in accordance with the requirements, to the Organizing Committee, using the Conference Management System CoMS-ELEKTROPRIBOR not later than 10 February 2019.

The volume of detailed abstract is one or two pages (up to 6,000 symbols including spaces) besides the list of references.

http:/comsep.ru

Contact information

State Research Center of the Russian Federation – Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC

30, Malaya Posadskaya str., St. Petersburg, 197046, Russia

Organizing Committee of 21NMC2019

Tel.: +7 (812) 499 82 10

E-mail: kmu@eprib.ru, kmu_elprib@mail.ru - conference working group

Conference venue
30, Malaya Posadskya ul.
Sights and attraction
The Hermitage
One of the world's greatest museums, founded in 1764 and occupying the buildings of the Winter Palace and Small, Old and New Hermitages. The museum's collection numbers more than 3 million items - paintings, graphic art, sculptures, applied art, coins, and archeological finds. The museum keeps 15 thousand paintings, 12 thousand sculptures, 600 thousand drawings and more then 4000 thousand of applied arts. Painting of such great masters as Leonard da Vinci, Titian, Raphael, Rembrandt, Rubens, Impressionists (van Gogh, Manet, Deggas, Monet, Renoir, Sezanne), Gauguin, Matiss, Picasso are in the ownership of the Hermitage. Hermitage is famous through its collection of Scythian golden articles.
Russian Museum
The largest museum of Russian art, opened in 1898. The museum owns the Russia bigest collection of paintings, sculptures, drawings, items of applied anf folks arts. The exibitions show ancient icons and the collections of items of the 18th-20th centuries. It contains works by great Russian artists: A.Rublev, K.Brullov, O.Kiprensky, P.Fedotov, I.Repin, I.Levitan, I.Aivazovsky and many others.
Savior on the Blood Church (Church of the Resurrection)
A monument of Russian architecture and decorative art of the late 19th century. The church's unique decorations, both interior and exterior, include icons and panels made from majolica and mosaic created by the leading Russian artists of last century.
Saint Isaac's Cathedral
One of the world's most beautiful churches. It was built between 1818 and 1858 to A.Montferrand's design and named in honor of Saint Issac of Dalmatia. The cathedral is 101.5 meters high, and there is a wonderful view over Saint Petersburg from the colonnade.
Kazan Cathedral
Built between 1801 and 1811 to house the miracle-working icon of Our Lady of Kazan. Regular exhibitions are held concerning Orthodox Church and ecclesiastical art.
Summer Garden
A masterpiece of Russian landscape art, the Summer Garden was laid out on Peter I's orders at the beginning of the 18th century. It contains 89 sculptures of Italian masters. The buildings in the garden are Peter I's Summer Palace, the Coffee House, and the Tea House.
Alexander Nevsky Monastery
Founded by Peter I in 1710, now it contains five churches in the monastery complex. The complex contains the city museum of decorative sculpture and the Saint Nicholas cemetery, where outstanding Saint Petersburg residents and cultural figures are buried, including Tchaikovsky, Petipa, Euler, and Dostoevsky.
Peter and Paul Fortress
Founded in 1703 to defend Saint Petersburg against enemy raids. The complex includes Peter and Paul Cathedral which is the city's tallest building (the height of the spire is 121.8 meters) and contains the burial vault of Peter I and other Russian emperors, Museum of the History of Saint Petersburg, the house of the "grandfather of the Russian navy", where an exact copy of Peter I's little boat is kept, and the Old Mint.
Kunstkamera
Russia's first museum, founded in 1714 on Peter I's order. It contains household items, works of applied art and national costumes from Siberia, Asia, Africa, and North and South America. It includes exhibits collected by well-known Russian travelers and explorers.
Museum of Ethnography
A unique collection which reflects the life and culture of the peoples of Russia: it consists mostly of examples of traditional costumes, embroidery, fabrics and furs. The museum's reserves contain many rarities such as icons, ritual costumes and masks.
National Pushkin Museum
The great Russian poet's last home, from where he set off for his fateful duel. The display includes Pushkin's personal belongings, as well as manuscripts and other documents relating to his life.
Dostoevsky Literary and Memorial Museum
The display is arranged in the great Russian author's flat and is devoted to his life and work.
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