Arctic transport accessibility: networks and systems

We invite you to participate in the International Conference “Transport Accessibility in the Arctic: Networks and Systems” which will be held on June 2-4, 2021 at St. Petersburg State University of Civil Engineering and Architecture

2 - 4

June 2021

Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation

Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (SPbGASU)

Institute for Traffic Safety, SPbGASU

École de Technologie Supérieure

Solomenko Institute of Transport Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Russian Transport Academy

Conference Aim

The main aim of the conference is to find solutions to topical issues, unite efforts, exchange experience and research results of leading scientists and specialists in all aspects of improving the accessibility of the Arctic regions, developing transport networks and systems that are resistant to climate impacts

Key focus of Conference

  • Monitoring of transport infrastructure facilities in the Arctic zone, collection, transmission and processing of the received data, complex display and decision-making based on them
  • Development of technologies and equipment for construction in permafrost conditions
  • Development of methods for ensuring the required level of reliability of machines during operation in Arctic conditions

Organizing Committee

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Evgeny Rybnov

CHAIRMAN

D.Sc. in Economics, Professor, PhD in Engineering, Senior Researcher, Honoured Worker of Higher Education of the Russian Federation, First Vice-President of the International Public Organization of Assistance to Construction Education (ASV), Honorary member of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences (RAACS), Rector of Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (SPbGASU)

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Irina Drozdova

DEPUTY CHAIR

D.Sc. in Economics, Professor, Vice Rector for Science, Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (SPbGASU)

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Alexander Pushkarev

DEPUTY CHAIR

D.Sc. in Engineering, Professor, Full Member of the Academy of Mining Sciences (AGN); Academician of the International Academy of Ecology and Life Safety (IASH); Full Member of the Russian Academy of Transport (RAT); Full Member (Academician) of the International Academy of Cold (IAH); Professor of the Department of Land Transport and Technological Machines of SPbGASU

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Sergey Evtiukov

DEPUTY CHAIR

D.Sc. in Engineering, Professor, Honoured Worker of Higher Education of the Russian Federation, full member of the International Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists (IAARS, USA), the Russian Transport Academy, International Transport Academy, Doctor of Philosophy in the field of jurisprudence (DPH), Head of the Institute for Traffic Safety, SPbGASU; Head of the Department of Land Transport and Technological Machines of SPbGASU

Members of the Organizing Committee 

Gregory Ginzburg – Doctor of Business Administration, full member of the International Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists (IAARS, USA)

Robert Hausler – Professor, Construction Engineering Department, École de Technologie Supérieure (Montreal, Canada)

Rajczyk Jaroslaw – D.Sc. in Engineering, Professor, Head of Department, Czestochowa University of Technology (CUT) (Poland)

Rosen Ivanov  Professor, Head of Department “Engines and Vehicles”, International Relations Coordinator of Transport Faculty, UNIVERSITY OF RUSE (Bulgaria)

Kazem Reza Kashyzadeh – Associate Professor in the Department of Transport, Engineering Academy, PFUR, Associate Professor of the Department of Civil Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Associate Professor of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology (Iran)

Pavel Kravchenko – D.Sc. in Engineering, Professor, Honoured Worker of Higher Education of the Russian Federation, academic supervisor of the Institute for Traffic Safety, SPbGASU; professor-consultant of the Department of Land Transport and Technological Machines, SPbGASU (St. Petersburg)

Denis Kapski – D.Sc. in Engineering, Associate Professor, Dean of Automotive and Tractor Faculty of the Belarusian National Technical University (Belarus)

Maria Karelina – D.Sc. in Engineering, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Vice-Rector for Scientific Work of MADI, Head of the Department “Machine Parts and Mechanism Theory” of MADI (Moscow)

Igor Malygin – D.Sc. in Engineering, Professor, Director of Solomenko Institute of Transport Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg)

Alexander Novikov – D.Sc. in Engineering, Professor, Honoured Worker of Higher Education of the Russian Federation, full member of the Russian Transport Academy, Director of Polytechnic Institute named after N.N. Polikarpov of Orel State University (Orel)

Sergey Koryagin – D.Sc. in Engineering, Director of Engineering and Technical Institute of I.Kant Baltic Federal University, Professor of the Department of Machine Science and Technical Systems (Kaliningrad)

Igor Pugachev – D.Sc. in Engineering, Professor, Vice Rector for Research, Pacific State University (TSOGU), Professor of the Department of Highways (Khabarovsk)

Igor Danilov – D.Sc. in Engineering, Professor, Director of Transport Department, Engineering Academy, PFUR (Moscow)

Alexander Marusin –  PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor of the Department of Transport, Engineering Academy of PFUR (Moscow)

Irina Tkachenko – PhD in Engineering, Construction Engineering Department, École de Technologie Supérieure (Montreal, Canada)

Yury Trofimenko – D.Sc. in Engineering, Professor, Honoured Scholar of the Russian Federation, Vice-President of the Russian Transport Academy, Head of Technosphere Safety Department, Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (MADI) (Moscow)

Konstantin Golovin  – D.Sc. in Engineering, Professor, Head of the Department of Urban Construction, Architecture and Design, Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education “Tula State University” (Tula)

Nikolai Sokolov – PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor, General Director of LLC “Research and Production Firm “FORST” (Cheboksary)

Pavel Pegin – D.Sc. in Engineering, Professor, Head of the Department of Airports and Air Transportation, St. Petersburg State University of Civil Aviation (St. Petersburg)

Vladimir Lozhkin – D.Sc. in Engineering, Professor, Professor of Fire, Rescue Equipment and Automobile Department of St. Petersburg University of State Fire Service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia (St. Petersburg)

Andrey Zazykin – PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Automobile and Road Building, SPbGASU (St. Petersburg)

Alexander Panin – PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Civil Engineering, SPbGASU (St. Petersburg)

Alexander Solodky – D.Sc. in Economics, Associate Professor, Honoured Worker of the Transport Industry of the Russian Federation, full member of International Transport Academy, Head of the Department of Transport Systems, SPbGASU (St. Petersburg)

Maria Klekovkina – PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Motor Roads, Bridges, and Tunnels, SPbGASU (St. Petersburg)

Viktor Dobromirov – D.Sc. in Engineering, Professor, full member of the Russian Transport Academy and the Russian Academy of Quality Problems, Professor of the Department of Land Transport and Technological Machines, SPbGASU (St. Petersburg)

Igor Chernyaev – PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Transport Maintenance, SPbGASU (St. Petersburg)

Aleksey Marusin – PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor, Department of Transport Maintenance, SPbGASU, Deputy Chairman of the Council of Young Scientists, SPbGASU (St. Petersburg)

Secretaries of the Organizing Committee

Nikolai Podoprigora – PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor of Land Transport Technological Vehicles Department, SPbGASU, Chairman of the Council of Young Scientists, SPbGASU (Saint-Petersburg);

Denis Orlov – Document specialist, Department of Land Transport and Technological Machines, graduate student of LTTM Department, SPbGASU (St. Petersburg).

The format of the conference

The conference is planned to be held offline and in the remote format using the Microsoft Teams corporate platform.

Pre-registration is required.

Working languages: Russian, English, French.

 

Section 1. ENHANCING ACCESSIBILITY OF THE ARCTIC REGIONS

  • The current state of transport infrastructure in the Arctic zone of Russia.
  • Development of transport infrastructure (railways, waterways and roads), expansion of the network of airports and landing sites.
  • Ensuring the durability and operational reliability of roads and transport infrastructure facilities.
  • Development of systems of situation monitoring and forecasting of man-made emergencies in the Arctic zone.
  • The state and development of information and communication infrastructure.
  • Problems of ensuring the stability of buildings and structures, ways to eliminate or reduce the negative impact of climate change.

 

Section 2. INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND EQUIPMENT

  • Development of technology and equipment for drilling in permafrost conditions.
  • Development of methods to ensure the required level of reliability of machines when operating in arctic conditions.
  • Development of materials and equipment for use in the Arctic conditions.
  • Development and application of effective engineering solutions to prevent damage to infrastructure elements due to global climate change.
  • Development of construction materials and structures for operation in the Arctic conditions.

 

Section 3. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

  • Experience of practical application of the results of scientific research in the conditions of the Arctic zone.
  • Personnel training and bringing the system of professional education and further education in compliance with the predicted staffing needs of employers in the economy and social sphere of the Arctic zone.
  • Intensification of international economic, scientific and humanitarian cooperation on the development of the Arctic zone.
  • Creating a state system for monitoring and preventing the negative consequences of permafrost degradation.

 

Section 4. ROUND TABLE “YOUNG SCIENTISTS”.

Publication

  • Conference Proceedings indexed in Scopus and Web of Science are published in English in “Transportation Research Procedia”, publishing house Elsevier BV (SJR 2019 = 0,48 comparable to the Q2 journals of the subject area “Social Sciences” of the field of study “Transport” (SA-Social Sciences (Transportation)).
  • Articles are submitted in Russian and English according to the template and submitted to the Organizing Committee together with all the documents listed in the requirements until 30 April 2021 following the link to the EasyChair portal.
  • Link to the portal for downloading articles in accordance with the template: easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ata2021
  • Requirements for preparing articles are published on the conference website: arctic.spbgasu.ru

Articles are accepted in Russian and English. Machine translation of the text is not allowed.

For the formation of articles it is recommended to work in a file – an example (template) for articles in Transportation Research Procedia in word format, typing (substituting) their own text in the sections of the template.

The maximum number of articles from one author – 4 pcs.

The maximum number of authors of one article – no more than 4 people.

The name of the file (document) should not exceed 5-6 words and should contain:

  1. Abbreviated name of the university (in accordance with the common abbreviation and with the abbreviation indicated during the registration of participants on the conference website).
  2. Full name of the author of the correspondence.

Example: SPbGASU, A.V. Marusin. Methodology for assessing  effectiveness

 

The volume of articles – from 6 to 8 pages (with a list of sources). The format of the sheet – A4.

Text: Times New Roman – pin 10.

Interval – before: 0 pt.; after: 0 pt.; interlinear: exactly; value – 12 pt.

Number of characters – up to 10 000 (not including the list of sources).

Requirements for the list of sources:   

  1. List of sources:
    • shall be in English in alphabetical order;
    • must contain at least 30 sources, of which:
      • references to own articles (self-citation) – no more than 20%;
      • the references to the articles, indexed in the international bases of scientific citation Scopus and Web of Science (including articles of the conference proceedings of the publication Transportation Research Procedia (Vol.: №50, №36 and №20)) no less than 50%. – not less than 50%.
  1. It is recommended to cite sources no older than 10 years, as this indicates the high relevance of the research submitted for publication (references to textbooks, manuals, methodological guidelines and other academic literature are not allowed).

The following documents should be sent together with the article, through the EasyChair portal:

  • Drawings (editable or in English).
  • Letter of guarantee.
  • Results of the text check in the “Anti-plagiarism” system.

The originality of the text for scientific articles – not less than 80%, including the mandatory originality of the conclusions of the article. For the remainder no more than 20%, are allowed formatted according to the rules of citation, self-citation or their own paraphrased text. Text not defined by the system “Anti-Plagiarism” as original must represent legitimate borrowings and technical borrowings.

Please note the common errors in writing for SCOPUS that can lead to an article not being accepted for publication:

  • global experience is not analyzed;
  • the article is not structured;
  • descriptive nature of the article and lack of novelty and relevance;
  • the list of references is incorrect;
    • more than 20% of self-citation sources;
    • less than 30 sources;
    • the presence in the list of literary sources textbooks, normative documents;
    • less than 50% of the references are in the SCOPUS database.

If the list of sources is incorrect, and/or the number of sources is insufficient, the technical editors will make corrections to the incorrect sources according to their availability in the media, and if there are insufficient references to sources, they will supplement sources from the Transportation Research Procedia conference proceedings (Volumes: #50, #36 and #20) according to the topic of the article.

 

The articles, designed not according to the requirements, will not be accepted for publication.

Payment for the publication by the participant is made only after passing the internal review of the article and after receiving from the organizing committee the appropriate notification and details for payment.

 

Links to materials and examples for article design:     

Transportation Research Procedia article design requirements 

 

An example (template) for an article in Transportation Research Procedia in word format

 

Short guidelines for research papers

 

Links to articles in Transportation Research Procedia 50

 

Participation Fees

  • EUR 70 (including 20% VAT) – full-time participation in the Conference, the price includes: conference materials, lunches, a social dinner, cultural programme.
  • Remote participation via Microsoft Teams is free.
  • EUR 300 – publication of a paper in the Conference Proceedings, indexed in Scopus and Web of Science, in “Transportation Research Procedia”, publishing house Elsevier BV (SJR 2019 = 0,48 comparable to the Q2 journals of the subject area “Social Sciences” of the field of study “Transport” (SA-Social Sciences (Transportation)) (including 20% VAT), the price includes: reviewing, interaction with the journal on technical issues of presentation of materials and translation into English.

June 2, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Connect to “Participant Registration” (Test Zoom):

https://zoom.us/j/92801934107?pwd=ZlJvNTFpTjZxeS9hY3NITGpsVFBIUT09

Conference ID: 928 0193 4107
Access Code: 458710

 

June 3, 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Connect to “Conference Plenary” at Zoom:

https://zoom.us/j/92296526367?pwd=YTcrTnZKd29laVozME0vSE1kZ0g0Zz09

Conference ID: 922 9652 6367
Access code: 203788

 

June 3, 14:00-17:00
Connect to “Section 1. Making Arctic regions more accessible” at Zoom:


https://zoom.us/j/96140336139?pwd=bk4vaWY1WkpubkVmMTgzVnZlRVhjZz09

Conference ID: 961 4033 6139
Access Code: 181891

 

June 3, 14:00-17:00
Connect to “Section 2. Innovative Technology and Equipment” at Zoom:

https://zoom.us/j/94916200599?pwd=OXptSmc4TTdqaXorUHBjN2loODBQZz09

Conference ID: 949 1620 0599
Access code: 536203

 

June 3, 17:00-19:00 – Evening session – business meeting.
Connect to “Section 3. International Cooperation” at Zoom:

https://zoom.us/j/91097219662?pwd=UmU1UHFKMXhKV3RqemozemdydmNDdz09

Conference ID: 910 9721 9662
Access Code: 330150

 

June 4 12:40-16:00
Connect to the “Young Scholars Roundtable” at Zoom:

https://zoom.us/j/94247757474?pwd=dlBvWTFaRVNhMXJhMXIzbjd2dzIwUT09

Conference ID: 942 4775 7474
Access code: 446477

Contact Info

Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (SPbGASU).

4 Vtoraya Krasnoarmeiskaya ul., Saint Petersburg, Russia, 190005

e-mail: conf-spbgasu@yandex.ru

Conference Organizers

Sergey Evtiukovmob: 8-911-2-588-555

Alexander Pushkarev

e-mail: pushkarev-agn@mail.ru

mob: 8-921-6-305-228

Organizational Support for Russian-speaking Participants:

Aleksey Marusin

e-mail: 89312555919@mail.ru

mob: 8-911-2-333-578

mob: 8-931-2-555-919 

Organizational Support for Foreign Participants:

e-mail: conf-spbgasu@yandex.ru

Registration Deadlines

Period of registration of conference participants:

  • From February 12, 2021 to May 25, 2021.
  • Registration deadline for participants with a report: May 1, 2021.
  • Registration deadline for participants without a report: May 25, 2021.