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University Technology Dialogue: Russia-Japan-USA-Ukraine

September 23, 2011

October 3–7, 2011

03 October 2011

9.30 – 10.00
Registration (location Student Business Incubator, office 106, 147 Krasnoarmeiskaya Street)

10.00 – 10.20
Innovations in Information and Communication Science and Technology (IICST) Workshop opening 1st day
(location Student Business Incubator, office 106, 147 Krasnoarmeiskaya Street)

Welcome address by Prof. Alexander Uvarov, TUSUR Vice-rector for Innovations, Russia:
Leading role of universities in Triple Helix interactions for innovative developments

Welcome address by Prof. Victor Kryssanov, Ritsumeikan University Professor, Japan:
Information and Communication Technologies: From Science to Education towards Commercialization

10.20 – 12.00
IICST morning session 1st day. Graduate students (location Student Business Incubator, office 106, 147 Krasnoarmeiskaya Street)

Power Electronics for energy conservation. Taiwanese internship results
Andrey Krainyak, TUSUR, Master student, Department of Industrial Electronics

Single camera visual tracking for underwater robots
Masahiro Ishida, Ritsumeikan graduate student, Japan

Algorithms of digital signal processing for communication systems
Dmitry Korotkov, TUSUR, PhD Candidate, Department of Telecommunications and Basic Principles of Radio Engineering

Bioindication of oil polution
Maria Kovalskaya, TUSUR, PhD Candidate, Department of Radio Electronic Technologies and Environmental Monitoring

ELECARD video decoding technologies
Nikita Otepko, TUSUR, Master student, Institute for Innovations

12.00 – 13.15
Lunch

13.15 – 14.15
Public lecture by Professor Hideto Ikeda
Ph.D., Professor, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
“Functional language modeling in machine translation and multilingual user interface systems”
Free open attendance (location Student Business Incubator, office 106, 147 Krasnoarmeiskaya Street)

14.15 – 16.40
IICST afternoon session 1st day. Graduate student and young researchers
(location Student Business Incubator, office 106, 147 Krasnoarmeiskaya Street)

Development of 360 degree flash images for web-commerce
Dmitry Klimenko, TUSUR, PhD student, Institute for Innovations

“Up to the HUB”: humanitarian technology development of innovative potential of youth
Snezhanna Nosova, TUSUR, PhD Candidate, Russia

Collecting and providing information using mini-blog systems for assistance in disaster situations
Wataru Yokobe, Ritsumeikan graduate student, Japan

Business process approach in company management
Alexander Emelyanenko, TUSUR, PhD Candidate, Department of Automated Control Systems

Human activity recognition from acceleration data using a Bayesian network
Daisuke Samuta, Ritsumeikan graduate student, Japan

Enterprise social network service systems and employee performance improvement: An empirical investigation
Kitikhun Luanpreeda, Ritsumeikan graduate student, Japan

A system to support recollection and communication of reminiscences using music and smell
Yusuke Kita, Ritsumeikan graduate student, Japan

Conversational agents as experimental tools for collaborative problem-solving
Yugo Hayashi, Ritsumeikan PhD, Japan

17.00 – 20.00
Familiarization with Tomsk academic culture

04 October 2011

10.00 – 12.00
IICST morning session 2nd day. Young researchers
(location Student Business Incubator, office 106, 147 Krasnoarmeiskaya Street)

Specifics in curricula for students majoring in Innovation
Irina Pavlova, TUSUR, PhD Candidate, Russia

Factor evaluation for successful running of innovative business
Artem Borodin, TUSUR, graduate student, Institute for Innovations

Entrepreneurship for Nonproliferation
Nina Rozhanovskaya, TSU, PhD Candidate, Russia

Entrepreneurship of the Data-Center for Green Energy project in Japan
Makoto Isida, Ritsumeikan PhD Candidate, Japan

University cluster evaluation by index method
Gleb Dvoryatkin, TUSUR, Master Student, Russia

Taiwan-Russia technology commercialization prospects
Hsiang Yi Chen, TUSUR, PhD student, Taiwan

12.00 – 13.15
Lunch

13.15 – 14.15
Public lecture by Professor Frank Rinaldo, Ph.D., Professor, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
“Open source hardware and rapid prototyping: For today’s inventors & entrepreneurs”
Free open attendance (location Student Business Incubator, office 106, 147 Krasnoarmeiskaya Street)

14.15 – 15.00
Public lecture by Prof. Victor Kryssanov
Ph.D., Professor, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
“Multimodal user interfaces for affective computing systems”
Free open attendance
(location Student Business Incubator, office 106, 147 Krasnoarmeiskaya Street)

15.00 – 16.40
Charette with Dr. Thomas Werner, Washington, USA
“Innovating Education: Developing Creative Problem Solving”
(location Student Business Incubator, office 106, 147 Krasnoarmeiskaya Street)

16.40 – 17.00
Break

17.00 – 20.00
Continuation of Charette with Dr. Thomas Werner, Washington, USA
“Innovating Education: Developing Creative Problem Solving”
(location Student Business Incubator, office 106, 147 Krasnoarmeiskaya Street)

20.00 – 22.00
DST MIX (danсing, singing, talking)
Moderator: Irina Pavlova
Attendance by invitation only
(location RoccoBar, 85 Lenina Prospect)

05 October 2011

13.15 – 14.15
Public lecture by Prof. Hajime Murao
Ph.D., Associate Professor, Kobe University, Japan
“Writing style modelling and application to detect source code plagiarism in computer programming courses”
Free open attendance (location House of Scientists, 45 Sovetskaya Street)

14.15 – 15.20
Consulting session “Technology Commercialization and Knowledge Transfer from Universities to Industry. International Experience and Cooperation Prospects”
(location House of Scientists, 45 Sovetskaya Street)

Entrepreneurial education in University
Yury Lirmak, TUSUR, PhD, Associate Professor, Russia

Biomedical Technologies. Prospects for International Cooperation
Yana Anfinogenova, TUSUR, Professor, Russia

LED lighting
Vasily Tuev, Ph.D., Professor, TUSUR, Russia

15.20 – 16.00
Consulting session “Development of the Cluster “Stchastlivoye” (Project «HappyFarm». An analog of Y-Combinator starts in Kiev in November 2011)
"The innovative breakthrough" - is the first large-scale project aimed at developing the technology business in Ukraine
Moderator: Mrs. Anna Degtereva, Project manager HappyFarm, Kiev, Ukraine
(location House of Scientists, 45 Sovetskaya Street)

16.00 – 17.00
Russian culture and language course for international guests. Optional Meetings with researchers by appointment.
(location House of Scientists, 45 Sovetskaya Street)

17.00 – 20.00
TEDx Tomsk “What people need”
(location House of Scientists, 45 Sovetskaya Street)

06 October 2011

10.00 - 12.00
Visits to major TUSUR departments

Department of Design and Production of Radioelectronic Equipment. Innovations in RADAR technologies
Victor Tatarinov, PhD, Professor, Russia
(location office 406, 40 Lenina Prospect)

Department of Automated Control Systems. Research overview
Mikhail Kataev, PhD, Professor, Russia
(location office 413, 74 Vershinina Street)

Department of Electronic Devices. Research overview
Stanislav Shandarov, PhD, Professor, Russia
(location office 225, 74 Vershinina Street)

Department of Computer Control and Design Systems. Research overview
Leonid Babak, PhD, Associate Professor, Russia
(location office 326, 74 Vershinina Street)

12.00 - 13.15
Lunch

13.15 – 14.15
Public lecture by Professor Toshikazu Nishimura
Ph.D., Associate Professor, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
“Distributed authentication for sharing an overlay network among multiple organizations”
Free open attendance (location TUSUR Scientific Council Meeting Room, office 201, 40 Lenina Prospect)

14.15 – 14.50
Consulting session “Innovative technologies for rise in profitability of personnel”
Moderator: Mr. Oleg Afanasiev,
Profiles International Ukraine, Managing Partner, Kiev, Ukraine
(location TUSUR Scientific Council Meeting Room, office 201, 40 Lenina Prospect)

14.50 – 15.00
Break

15.00 – 16.00
Lecture by Prof. Yoshio Nakatani,
Ph.D., Professor, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
“An overview of international educational cooperation of Ritsumeikan University”
(location TUSUR Scientific Council Meeting Room, office 201, 40 Lenina Prospect)

16.00 – 17.00
Round table Discussion and Consulting “Entrepreneurial University: education, research and innovations”
Attendance by invitation only
(location TUSUR Scientific Council Meeting Room, office 201, 40 Lenina Prospect)

17.00 – 18.00
Concluding Session for University Technology Dialogue
(location TUSUR Scientific Council Meeting Room, office 201, 40 Lenina Prospect)

07 October 2011

10.00 – 18.30
Extra-mural session with Dr. Vladimir Bykov

Program from September 30, 2011

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