The first International Interdisciplinary
Scientific and Practical Conference
MAN IN THE ARCTIC
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hashtag #ARCTIC21

18-19 November 2021

About

The purpose of the conference — is to foster international networking and partnerships in interdisciplinary research and to provide researchers from Russia and other countries with a venue for sharing information and experience regarding the elaboration of an integrated interdisciplinary approach to solving problems associated with Arctic exploration and development.

The mission of the conference

In this day and age, it is impossible to extract resources in the Arctic without considering the major challenge facing humanity, which consists in transforming the Arctic to meet people’s needs while preserving this unique region for posterity. Of particular importance is the fact that St. Petersburg Mining University, which specializes in training high-skilled professionals for the mineral resources sector, intends to spread and promote the idea of an integrated approach to the problem of developing the region.

Working languages of the conference: Russian, English.

As part of the conference, sessions for experts and young researchers are planned to be held. 

Conference papers will be published in a volume indexed in the Scopus and WoS databases. The organizing committee reserves the right to select materials to be published.

FOCUS AREAS

  1. ЧЕЛОВЕК, ПОЗНАЮЩИЙ АРКТИКУ
    • History of Arctic exploration and development
    • Philosophical reflections on the expansion of inhabited areas in the Arctic
    • Historical and cultural heritage of the Arctic
    • Arctic in the popular mind
  2. A MAN LIVING IN THE ARCTIC
    • Infrastructural support for the Arctic
    • Sustainable development of the Arctic regions
    • Economic and industrial systems in the Arctic: changes in management approaches in the context of the emerging green economy
    • Tourism development in the Arctic
    • Arctic development and climate policy
    • Indigenous peoples of the Arctic
    • Human capital in the Arctic
      • Professional training
      • Work management and human resource management
  3. MAN EXPLORING THE ARCTIC
    • Innovative technologies for developing Arctic resources
      • Oil and gas well construction
      • Oil and gas development and production
      • Oil and gas transportation and storage
    • Mining in the Arctic
      • Mining for rare earth elements
      • Open-pit and underground mining
    • Geology, tectonics, and geodynamics in the Arctic
    • Development of the energy sector in the Arctic
      • Small-scale nuclear reactors
      • Renewable energy sources
      • Smart grids
      • Integration of distributed energy resources
      • Energy industry in the Arctic: challenges and trends
      • Technologies for energy conservation and energy efficiency
      • Occupational safety and health in the Arctic
    • Occupational and environmental safety issues in the Arctic
      • Environmental safety in mining, mineral processing, and transportation in the Arctic
      • Man and the Arctic biosphere
      • Green technologies
      • Sustainable and reliable energy systems of the future
    • Digital Arctic
      • Robotics and information systems
      • Innovative monitoring methods in the Arctic
      • Artificial intelligence and predictive analytics
      • Digital platforms in the development of the region
      • Digital competencies for the Arctic
      • End-to-end digital technologies in the development of Arctic resources
    • Issues associated with mine surveying, geodetic surveying, geomechanics, cadastre, and construction in the Arctic
      • Development of geodetic networks and geodetic measurement methods in the Arctic circle
      • Cartographic and cadastral support on Arctic archipelagos
      • Geodynamics field test sites in the Arctic
      • Rock mechanics and geomechanics in mine development and underground construction
      • Construction problems in the Arctic
      • Mine surveying support for resource extraction and resource sustainability in the Arctic
НАУЧНАЯ СЕССИЯ МОЛОДЫХ УЧЕНЫХ «TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE ARCTIC REGION»

REGISTRATION

To participate, you should

Fill out the registration form

PARTICIPATION OPTIONS

  • «PARTICIPANT»
  • «STUDENT»

SCOPUS

INCLUDED

ADDITIONAL OPTIONS

Fee-paying participants have the opportunity to publish an additional paper following the conference

* The editorial board of the journal will select the best papers corresponding to the key topics covered in the journal

* The conference organizing committee and the editorial board of the UNESCO conference proceedings will select the best papers for publication

Publication in the Resources (MDPI). The publication costs 1600 CHF. Preliminary assessment of the paper plus comments from the editor of the special issue “Resource Provision of the Sustainable Development under Global Shocks” – FREE. Help in making the paper composition and format correspond the requirements of the journal – FREE. 10% discount for the paper publication.

* Manuscript submission deadline: 10 December 2021. ATTENTION! The author is responsible for paying the invoice issued by the journal

RSCI

INCLUDED

IMPORTANT DATES

PAPER SUBMISSION

Requirements for the structure of publications in the Conference Сollection (SCOPUS)

Requirements for the structure of publications in the RSCI

Send the texts of publications to the following address:

Payment details will be sent together with the confirmation of the materials’ acceptance for publication and a personal invitation to participate in the conference by October 20, 2021.

PROGRAM

18 November 2021 Thursday
First day conference
  • 09:00–10:00 Participants’ registration
  • 10:00–11:30 Plenary session
  • 11:30–12:00 Coffee-break
  • 12:00–13:00 Plenary session
  • 13:00–14:00 Break
  • 14:00–16:00 Sections work
  • 16:00–16:30 Coffee-break
  • 16:30–18:00 Sections work
19 November 2021 Friday
Second day conference
  • 10:00–12:00 Sections work
  • 12:00–12:30 Coffee-break
  • 12:30–14:00 Sections work
  • 14:00–15:00 Break
  • 15:00–18:00 Sections work

Location of the event:

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