Participation of the RSUH in the international conference SGEM 2018
From August 24 to September 2, Bulgaria hosted the 5th International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on Social Sciences and the Arts (SGEM 2018). SGEM Conferences are well known and recognized as one of the most prestigious events in the International Scientific World.
SGEM Conferences cover all areas of SOCIAL Sciences and Arts, with a total of 28 scientific fields. All accepted articles are published in the Conference Proceedings (ISSN 2367-5659) and yearly is submitted for evaluating and indexing by ISI Web of Knowledge, Clarivate Anylitics, ELSEVIER products Mendeley, CrossRef, EBSCO, ProQuest, RSCI (РИНЦ), Google Scholar, CiteUlike, CrossRef Citedby Linking, British Library.
RSUH was represented by the Vice-Rector for International Cooperation, Ph.D., Prof., Project Manager of the RSF No. 17-78-30029 "Cognitive mechanisms and discursive strategies for overcoming socio-cultural threats in historical dynamics: multidisciplinary research" with the support of the Russian Science Foundation" Vera Zabotkina, the report "Conceptual bases of objective ambiguity of the event".
Employees of the RSUH Research and Study Center for Cognitive Programs and Technologies – Elena Pozdnyakova and Maria Konnova - also took part in this conference. They delivered reports "Negative-positive balance: conceptual metaphors in the speeches of American presidents", "Dynamics of value systems in Anglo-American and Russian conceptual worldviews: a temporary perspective" prepared by the RNF project "Cognitive mechanisms and discursive strategies to overcome sociocultural threats in historical dynamics: multidisciplinary research ".
RSUH Research and Study Center for Cognitive Programs and Technologies was highly appreciated by foreign colleagues, in particular, the head of the Center Vera Zabotkina was awarded a certificate for one of the best reports of the conference.