20th Anniversary Conference of Young Scientists “Navigation and Motion Control” 20th Anniversary Conference of Young Scientists “Navigation and Motion Control”

20th Anniversary Conference of Young Scientists “Navigation and Motion Control”

20-23 March 2018
Russia, Saint Petersburg
General information
20th Anniversary Conference of Young Scientists “Navigation and Motion Control”

The 20th Anniversary Conference of Young Scientists “Navigation and Motion Control” will be held at Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC, St. Petersburg on 20-23 March, 2018.

SCOPE

  • Gyroscopic systems
  • Applied problems of navigation and motion control (English is the working language)
  • Sensitive elements in navigation and control systems
  • Intellectual navigation and control systems
  • MEMS sensors, systems, and technologies
  • Data processing in navigation systems
  • Integrated and satellite navigation systems
  • Data processing in hydroacoustics and radiolocation
  • Advanced technology in precise engineering
  • Information technologies in navigation engineering
  • Control theory and control systems
  • Electronic and electromechanical devices in navigation and control systems
  • The Conference includes overview lectures on theory and practice of modern navigation and control systems delivered by the leading scientists, as well as presentations by young scientists (up to 35 years old, max. one author can be over 35).

    The Conference does not cover any issues related to the development of military technologies and weapons.

    The Conference working language is Russian.

    The Program and Organizing Committees invite international students and postgraduates to participate in the Conference, present their papers and take part in the discussions.

    ONLINE participation is possible.

    Participation in the Conference is free of charge.

    IMPORTANT DATES

    15 February, 2018 – abstract submission deadline
    5 March, 2018 – filling in registration forms at the Conference website (to attend the Conference).
    5 March, 2018 – notification of acceptance.
    20-23 March, 2018 – presentation of papers at Concern CSRI Elektropribor.
    September – November 2018 – reviewing the papers and preparing them for publication in the Proceedings.
    30 March, 2018 – deadline for preparing a book of detailed abstracts of presented papers.
    30 March, 2018 – notifications to authors whose papers have been recommended by the Program Committee for publication in full. 
    1 May, 2018 – deadline for paper full texts submission to the Conference Organizing Committee. .

    ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

    Paper abstracts prepared in compliance with the requirements should be submitted online via the Conference Management System CoMS-Elektropribor at: http://comsep.ru

    Requirements for paper abstract formatting can be found on the Conference web-site. 
    The volume of a detailed abstract is 1-2 pages (up to 6,000 symbols including spaces) beside the list of References.

    CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

    1. Detailed abstracts of presented papers will be published in the Proceedings of the Conference of Young Scientists.
    The Proceedings will be registered in the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI). 
    2. Based on the results of the detailed abstracts review and presentations made at the Conference, the Program Committee will select papers to be recommended for publication in full. Upon reviewing, full texts of the papers will be recommended for publication in the Gyroscopy and Navigation journal.
    The authors of the full texts of papers may include some senior colleagues directly related to the publication (such as Research Supervisor and Consultant). The volume of the paper full text should be about 7 pages. 
    3. Full texts of papers and detailed abstracts to be published in the Conference Proceedings should be formatted in accordance with the approved requirements which will be uploaded to the Conference web-site.
    The detailed abstract and full text of paper should be submitted to the CYS-2018 Organizing Committee via the Conference Management System CoMS-Elektropribor (http://comsep.ru). 
    Detailed abstracts and full texts of papers not meeting the requirements will not be published.

    We look forward to welcoming you at the Conference!

    Contact information
    Concern CSRI Elektropribor, JSC
    30, Malaya Posadskya ul.,
    St. Petersburg, 197046, Russia
    e-mail: kmu@eprib.rukmu_elprib@mail.ru
    Phone: (812) 499 82 10 
    Fax: (812) 232 33 76
    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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