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Valery Tsepkalo

Director of Hi-Tech Park Administration, Minsk, Belarus (since 2005). From 1994 to 1997 the First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus (Minsk). From 1997 to 2002 the Ambassador of Belarus in the USA and in Mexico (Washington). From 2002 to 2005 the Assistant of the President of Belarus (Minsk).

Email: info@park.by


 

Anatoly Levenchuk

President of TechInvestLab.ru, since 1994 coordinator of the ‘Moscow Libertarium’, one of the oldest political and economical web resources in Russian, blogger (http://ailev.ru). His interests span from ontology and systems engineering to praxeology and organizational design. As an expert and industry representative, took part in several legislative initiatives.

Email: ailev@asmp.msk.su


 

Victor Agroskin

Vice-president of TechInvestLab, has an experience in strategy, IT and management consulting. Participated in investment and consulting projects in various industries for private and government clients, including e-government projects, financial market infrastructure, exchange trading, network capacity distribution.

Email: vic5784@gmail.com


 

Marijana Dragaš

Completed her studies in 2005 at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Zadar and received a BA degree  in English Language and Literature and History. In 2010 she enrolled in a doctoral studies program at the University of Mostar ("Languages and Cultures in Contact"). Her fields of interest include: Applied Linguistics, Cognitive Linguistics, Intercultural Communication, Critical Discourse Anlaysis, Business English and English for Specific Purposes. Since 2005 to 2009 she worked as an English teacher in a primary school in Knin. In addition, she worked part time as an associate professor at the University of Applied Sciences “Marko Marulić” in Knin. Since 2009 she has been a permanent employee of the University of Applied Sciences “Marko Marulić” in Knin and she received a title of Lecturer in the same year. Currently, she is the holder of the English language I and II in the Department of Karst Agriculture, then English I, II, III and IV in the Department of Food Technology and Business English Language in the Department of Economics. She is also doing research for her PhD thesis in cognitive linguistics dealing with conceptual metaphors in political speeches.
She is the author or co-author of the following papers:
•    Dragaš, M., Common problems in ELT/ Svakodnevni problemi u nastavi engleskog jezika, Sveučilište u Mostaru, Mostariensia, Časopis za humanističke znanosti, br.26, Mostar, 2007.
•    Dragaš, M., Language strategies used in acquiring English Language as a First Foreign Language/Čimbenici uporabe jezičnih strategija u usvajanju engleskog kao prvog stranog jezika, Vaspitanje i obrazovanje-Časopis za pedagošku teoriju i praksu (I/2011), Podgorica, 2011.
•    Kegalj, A., Krvavica, M., Vrdoljak, M., Ljubičić, I., Dragaš, M., Stanje i trendovi proizvodnje ovčjeg mesa u Europskoj uniji i Hrvatskoj/ Current state and trends in production of sheep meat in EU and Croatia, MESO: prvi hrvatski časopis o mesu, Vol.XIII No.6 Prosinac 2011.
•    Dragaš, M., Denona Ćurković K., Teaching english idioms based on the features of conceptual metaphors/ A cognitive approach, Zbornik radova Međimurskog Veleučilišta u Čakovcu (br.1/2012), MEV, Čakovec, 2012. (u tisku).

Email: mdragas@veleknin.hr


 

Jacek Spendel

PhD candidate (Political Philosophy) at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poland. Graduated in sociology at the University of Silesia and also studied at the Georgetown University in Washington, DC. Mr. Spendel is a founder and president of the Freedom and Entrepreneurship Foundation and director of the Polish-American Leadership Academy, FEF's flagship project. Spendel also serves as the Local Coordinator for the European Students for Liberty. He is a former president of the KoLiber (Conservative - Libertarian) Youth Association. As Polish representative of the Language of Liberty Institute, he organized four times Liberty English Camp in Poland. Spendel has Professional experience in think-tank management from the Globalization Institute (where he worked between 2005 and 2012) and broad contacts in the worldwide freedom movement.


 

Kamil I. Bakhtiyarov

Professor of Mathematics, Doctor  of  Philosophy, Logic (Moscow, RUSSIA, 1934). The honorary worker of higher special education of the Russian Federation (2005).

Publications:

1. Arithmetization of Assertoric and Modal Syllogistics, in: Abstracts of 8 International Congress of Logic, v.1. Мoscow., 1987. P. 202-205.
2. Arithmetization of Classical and Non-Classical Logic, in: Proceedings of First World Conference of the Fundamentals of Artifical Intellegence. Paris, 1991. P.73-80.
3. Method of Analytical Classification in Logic and Computer Science, in: UNESCO. Second International Congress on Education and Informatics. Moscow. 1996.
4. Square of Thinkig Styles, in: IV International conference "Non-Linear World". ABSTRACTS. Moscow. 1999. P. 106. 95.
5. Logical  Structure of Genetic Code, Symmetry: Culture and Science. Vol.12. 2001. № 3-4. P.401-406.
6. Matrix of Complementarity for Metagenetic, in: Symmetry Festival 2009. Abstracts. Budapest 2009.
7. Arithmetization of Matrix Genetics  //   Логико-философские исследования, вып.5,  М.,  2011.
 

Email: kamil.bakhtiyarov@gmail.com


 

Igor Gasparov

PhD, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Voronezh State Medical Academy (Russia).

Email: gasparov@mail.ru

 


 

Basil Lourié

Russian scholar, the Editor-in-Chief of "Scrinium. Review of Patrology, Critical Hagiography, and Church History". Scholarly publications are mostly in patristics and early Christianity. PhD, Dr habil. in philosophy.

Email: hieromonk@gmail.com


 

Nikolai N. Nepejvoda

Born at 1949 at a small not existing now village near Belgorod. In 1970 he become a specialist-mathematician in Moscow State University (MSU) and in 1974 Ph.D in mathematical logic (MSU). In 1988 he become Dr.Sc. in logic and informatics (Novosibirsk, Institute of Mathematics and Computing Center of AN USSR). He worked intermittently from 1973 till 2012 in Izhevsk, Udmurt State University and institutions of RAS. Also he worked in Novosibirsk Institute of mathematics and in Novosibirsk State University (1981-1983 and 2000-2002) Now he is a leading researcher in Institute of Program Systems (Pereslavl-Zalessky). He has more than 200 papers and books in logic, informatics, linguistic, philosophy, pedagogic. His main results are the following:
1970-1973 Systems of predicative constructive set theory with unlimited set formation but mnon-classical non-binary logics
1978-1982 One of founders of logical program synthesis in constructive intuitionist logic
1982-1984 First constructive logic of limited resources: nilpotent logic where Law of Identity is refuted.
1983-1993 Theory of informalizable notions
1988 Proofs as graphs
1996 Spheres of mind and spaces of ignorance (conception of pr. Beloselsky revisited and reconsidered from the point of view of logic and informatics)
2001 System of programming styles instead of zoo of “programming methodologies and paradigms” and its application to program architectures and multi-language programming.
2003 Quasi-artificial languages
2008 Logic of invertible constructions: reversive  constructive logic
2012 Program algebras


 

Paweł Przywara

Philosopher, writer, musician, media theorist; studied philosphy in the Catholic University in Lublin, wrote the dissertation under prof. Antoni B. Stępień supervision („Husserl's and Carnap's Theories of Space” (Lublin, 2005) – see also the paper on http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/2858/), his main scientific interests are theory of perception, phenomenology of space, philosophy of science, literature theory, CMC-studies, theory of conversation and philosophy of language (especially problem of mentalese).

E-mail: pawel_przywara@yahoo.com
 


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