TEDS' 18

Make your contribution to the field of technology and entrepreneurship in the digital era.
"Technology & Entrepreneurship in Digital Society (TEDS)" conference was highlighted as a separate conference from the existing peer-reviewed conference "Management Sciences in the modern world".
The conference aims to provide an opportunity for researchers, practitioners, and professionals from both the industry and the academia to share their newest research findings and results on technologies and their business applications in the digital era.
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CONFERENCE TRACKS

Digital Economy & е-Business
Over the last few decades, the digital economy and e-business have become a crucial part of the global economy. Mobile devices are changing many aspects of marketing, advertising, operations, product management by introducing new business models for companies.
The track welcomes papers that address a diverse range of aspects of the nature of digital economy and e-business and the role they play in moving towards competitiveness.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to
• Auctions and interactive pricing
• Digital entrepreneurship in e-business and e-commerce
• Digital infrastructure in e-business and e-commerce
• FinTech in e-business
• IoT in e-business
• New business models in e-business, mobile, and service innovation
AI and Machine Learning Business Applications
The track aims to discuss the latest research findings in the area of artificial intelligence and machine learning business applications.
Papers in this track should be methodologically rigorous and innovative concerning theoretical elaboration and contribution. We also encourage the use of novel research methods that take advantage of innovative methodologies to exploit digital data analytics.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to
• Artificial Intelligence in eCommerce
• Deep learning
• Cloud computing
• High-performance computing and simulation
• The impact of AI on business and society
Distributed Registry Technologies and Information Protection in State Information System and Financial Sector
Topics of interest include but are not limited to
• Distributed registry,
• State information systems,
• Electronic document management,
• Single information and settlement center
• Certified information security tools,
• Cryptographic information security technologies,
• Digital signature,
• Polygraphic and holographic methods of protection,
• Software for document authentication,
• Digital envelope technology and digital safe.
Industrial IoT: Risks and Information Security
This track aims to encourage papers that focus on bridging cybersecurity and privacy in Industrial Internet of things, while at the same time consider cutting-edge research in each of the areas jointly or separately. Submitted manuscripts can draw on any theoretical backgrounds (including but not limited, economics, criminology, or computational sciences) and methodological approaches (analytical work, experiments, qualitative studies, and so forth).
Topics of interest include but are not limited to
• Industrial Internet of things,
• Smart city,
• Information security.
Wireless and IoT Technologies
Topics of interest include but are not limited to
• Wireless communication,
• Cellular communication,
• IoT data transfer protocols,
• Sensor networks,
• Open standards LPWAN

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Alexander Kuleshov
Skoltech President, Professor
Alexander Kuleshov is a specialist in the field of information technologies and mathematical modeling. In 2006, he was elected Director of the A.A. Kharkevich Institute for Information Transmission Problems (IITP) of the Russian Academy of Sciences. At IITP, he also serves as the chairman of the Academic Council, Chairman of the Doctorate Dissertation Council, and Chair of Information Transmission and Processing.
Natalia Parmenova
CEO of SAP CIS
Natalia is responsible for operational management and strategic planning of the company's activities in the region, as well as for further development and promotion of technologies for digital transformation together with SAP business partners and customers. Natalia joined SAP more than fifteen years ago as business and strategy Manager at SAP Markets Europe GmbH in Waldorf (Germany). From 2003 to 2010, she was Director of key SAP clients in Switzerland. Since 2013, Natalia has worked as Executive Director at SAP CIS.
Srdjan Krco
CEO of DunavNET
Dr. Srđan Krčo is a co-founder and CEO of DunavNET, a company designing turnkey IOT solutions for smart cities, agriculture, and manufacturing. Currently, he is coordinating a research and innovation H2020 project TagItSmart, creating IoT enablers facilitating improvement and transparency in the food supply chain and more general in the FMCG domain. He is one of the founding members of the International IoT Forum and is actively participating in AIOTI (Alliance for IoT Innovation) activities. He has published over 15 patents and more than 70 papers at international conferences and journals. Srdjan is a Senior IEEE member. Recently, he was awarded MVP (most valuable professional) status for IoT activities by Microsoft. Srdjan holds an Associate Professor position at FEFA.

CONFERENCE RESULTS
On November 7, 2018, at the Financial University the TEDS conference was held.
Here we publish the results of the Conference:

This year TEDS conference (Technology & Entrepreneurship in Digital Society) is organized together with the Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics, - said at the plenary session Doctor of Economics, Professor of the Department of Management, member of the Expert Council under the Government of the Russian Federation, General Director of Goznak Arkady Trachuk.
- The issues that will be considered at the TEDS conference relate not only to the digital economy in general but also to the real application of digital technologies in the context of solving the problems of modern business and entrepreneurship. These are issues related to the introduction of artificial intelligence, machine learning, the Internet of things, blockchain and other technologies of the fourth industrial revolution in modern organizations. In our opinion, this topic is of both technical and applied interest. MTUCI Vice-
Rector Yuri Leokhin clarified that a month and a half ago, the universities signed an agreement on cooperation and do not intend to limit themselves to holding one event.
The plans include joint research projects, including those related to the technology of distributed registers, and educational ones, particularly on the development of advanced training programs. Our university has highly qualified personnel, including in information security, but we cannot do without competence in finance and credit. Therefore, I am sure that cooperation between MTUCI and the Financial University will give a tangible synergistic effect, - he stressed.
The plenary session's central event was the speech of Srdjan Krcho, CEO of DunavNET (Serbia), who presented developments on the application of the Internet of Things (IoT) in various sectors of the economy. For example, TagItSmart! is an example of the successful application of IoT in the FMCG market. According to Srdjan Krcho, the project's main goal was to combine the Internet of Things with information about goods, as a result of which the usual QR code became "smarter". The presented technology is based on symbols printed with special inks that change, for example, when the temperature changes. For the pilot testing of this development, two FMCG manufacturers (i.e. a manufacturer of fast turnover goods) were selected, producing meat products and a wine factory. Smart QR codes were attached to each product, and the customer, by scanning it in a special application, could determine, for example, how fresh meat was on the counter in the store. Moreover, if the product's temperature increased by more than a few degrees, the information automatically appeared on the product that it should not be used, since it was stored incorrectly. Another addition was encrypted information about when the product was produced, how many days have passed since it hit the shelf. All this information is received not only by the buyer. With each scan, information is automatically sent to the manufacturer and retailer, thereby making the entire product lifecycle transparent. And finally, 1-2 days before the product's expiration date, you can scan it and get a certain discount from the system when buying. Future plans for this technology relate to individual user preferences. So, a consumer can turn to a manufacturer with a wish, for example, to add bitterness to a drink with a certain unique code. The authors of the technology say that it can be used in the food industry and in other areas - for example, where air conditioning is used and detailed information about the equipment is needed. More information about the technology can be found on the TagItSmart website: tagitsmart.eu

The participants of the "Digital Economy & e-Business" section discussed global trends, tools and technologies within Industry 4.0.
The digital theme continued in the following sections of the conference. The speakers presented their opinions and authoring developments during their speeches at such sections as "Industrial IoT: Risks & Information Security", "Wireless & IoT Technologies".
COMMITTEES
Arkady Trachuk
CEO of Goznak, Head of Management Department at Financial University
Marina Solesvik
Professor Of Innovation and Management at Nord University

Anna Kuzkina
Senior Manager at KPMG
Polona Tominc
Professor at the Faculty of Economics and Business at University of Maribor
PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Trachuk A.V. — Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Management Department of the Financal University, CEO of JSC "Goznak", Head of The Program Commitee

Abdikeev N.M.
— Doctor of Technical Sciences, Director of the Institute of Industrial Policy And Institutional Development

Voronova L.M. — Doctor of physics and mathematics, professor, head of chair at Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics

Kleiner G.B. — Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Deputy Director of the Central Economics and Mathematics Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences

Kuzkina A.I. — Senior Manager of JSC "KPMG"

Klevtsov V.V. — Doctor of Economics Professor of Management Department of the Financal University

Kreindelin V.B.Doctor of technical sciences, professor, head of chair at Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics

Linder N.V. — PhD, Deputy Head of Management Department of the Financal University

Obydenov A.Yu.— PhD of physics and mathematics, associate Professor of management Department of the Financal University

Pankov K.N.PhD of physics and mathematics, professor, research fellow at Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics

Popadyuk T.G.— Doctor of Economics, Professor of Management Department of the Financal University

Saksonov E.A.
Doctor of technical sciences, professor of Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics

Shelukhin O.I.Doctor of technical sciences, professor, head of chair at Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics

Solesvik M
. — PhD, professor Of Innovation and Management, Business Administration Program, Nord University, Norway


Tominc P. — PhD, Professor at the Department of Quantitative Economic Analysis at the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Maribor, Slovenia

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Eskindarov M.A. Doctor of Economics, Professor, Rector of the Financial University, Head of The Organizing Commitee

Gruzina Yu.M.
— PhD, Deputy Vice-Rector for Scientific Work

Kameneva E.A. — Doctor of Economics, Vice-Rector for the Development of Educational Programs and International Affairs

Kislyakov A.S. — Head of Visa Organization Department

Khovalova Т.V. — Manager of the Management Department

Leokhin Yu.L. Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Vice-Rector for Scientific Work of The Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics

Linder N.V. — PhD, Deputy Head of the Management Department

Mukhanov A.Yu. — Vice-Rector for the International Affairs and Public Relations of The Moscow Technical University of Communications and Informatics

Nalbandyan G.G. — Manager of the Management Department

Paladina P.V.
— Head of the Department for Organization and Coordination of Scientific Activities

Prikhodko L.V. — PhD, Head of International Cooperation Department

Tarasov I.V.
— Deputy Director of the Center for Sectoral Research and Consulting
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