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SWIIS 2009

Supplementary Ways for Improving International Stability

Preliminary Programme:

Wednesday, October 28

Time: Event:
10:00 - 10:30 Opening Ceremony
10:30 - 11:20
Plenary Session:
International Stability Issues: Individual vs. Collaborative Behaviours in Complex Dynamical Networks by Controlled Synchronization - Prof. G. Dimirovski
11:20 – 11:45 Coffee Break
11:45 - 13:15
Session I (Wed01):
Chair: Georgi M. DIMIROVSKI (TR)
Co-chair: Simona I. CARAMIHAI (RO)
Wed01.1 - The Influence of International Agencies on Technology Adopters in Post-Conflict Regions: The Case of Kosova - L. Stapleton (IE)
Wed01.2 - Technology Proliferation and Transfer Ethical Aspects: A Case study of Wroclaw, Poland - J. B. Lewoc (PL), A. Izworski (PL), S. Skowronski (PL), A. Kieleczawa (PL), G. M. Dimirovski (TR), M. A. Hersh (UK), N. Bulz (RO), L. Stapleton (IE)
Wed01.3 - Reflections on Third Level Accreditation in Post-Crisis Developing Countries: The case of Kosova - L. Stapleton (IE), P. Kopacek (AU), E. Hajrizi (AU)
13:15 - 14:30 Lunch
14:30 – 16:00
Session II (Wed02):
Chair: Peter KOPACEK (AU)
Co-chair: A. MIHALACHE (RO)
Wed02.1 - Impact Analysis of Collaborative Platforms – The Case of SPIKE - C. Broser (GE), C. Fritsch (GE), O. Gmelch (GE), G. Pernul (GE)
Wed02.2 - Ethical Aspects on Software Piracy and Information and Communication Technologies Misuse - A.-M. Suduc (RO), M. Bizoi (RO), F. G. Filip (RO)
Wed02.3 - How Information Technology Undermines Economy: The Digital Piracy Case - A. Mihalache (RO), V. Ionescu (RO)
16:00 - 17:30 Round Table I: Education and Research in a Global Society
19:00 - 21:00 Cocktail

Thursday, October 29

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Time: Event:
09:30 - 10:20
Plenary Session:
Improving Policy Choices through Simulation - Prof. F. Kile (USA) (presented by L. Stapleton)
Chair: Georgi M. DIMIROVSKI (TR)
10:20 – 10:45 Coffee Break
10:45 - 12:15
Session III (Thu01):
Chair: Larry STAPLETON (IE)
Co-chair: Vladimir RASVAN (RO)
Thu01.1 - Stability Theory vs. Social Stability - V. Rasvan (RO)
Thu01.2 - Fuzzy Matrix Game Perspective for Problems of Cooperation, Non-Cooperation and Conflicts - V. Ojleska (MK), T. Kolemisevska-Gugulovska (MK), G. M. Dimirovski (MK)
Thu01.3 - Stability of Fuzzy Matrix Games for Conflicts: A Models with Uncertainty Preference Scheme - G. Stojanovski (MK), M. Stankovski (MK), G. M. Dimirovski (TR)
Thu01.4 - Workshop on Climate Change, Stability and the Need for Change - M. A. Hersh (UK), L. Stapleton (IE)
12:45 - 14:30 Lunch
13:15 - 14:30 TC Meeting
14:30 – 16:30
Session IV (Thu02):
Chair: Bohdan LEWOC (PL)
Co-chair: Radu DOBRESCU (RO)
Thu02.1 - Complex Networks to model the economic glabalization process - D. Hossu (RO), H. Humaila (RO), S. Mocanu (RO), D. Saru (RO)
Thu02.2 - A Methodology to design Complex Adaptive Systems - R. Dobrescu (RO), L. Dobrica (RO), D. Popescu (RO)
Thu02.3 - Managing Systems Complexity at Architectural Level - L. Dobrica (RO), A. Ionita (RO), R. Pietraru (RO), A. Olteanu (RO)
Thu02.4 - Behaviour Prediction and Simulation of Partition-Based Biological Models – Some Open Issues of Lattice Paradigms - V. E. Oltean (RO), R. Dobrescu (RO), L. Ichim (RO), L. Dobrica (RO)
16:30 - 18:30 Round Table II: Impact of the crisis on Social Stability
19:30 - 21:00 Banquet

Friday, October 30

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Time: Event:
09:30 - 10:20
Plenary Session:
Globalization – A new Type of Stabilization for the Society - ROSCA (RO)
Chair: Peter KOPACEK (AU)
10:20 – 10:45 Coffee Break
10:45 - 12:45
Session V (Fri01):
Co-chair: Aurelian M. STANESCU (RO)
Fri01.1 - Inquiry on Triad Generosity-Creativity-Solidarity as a Turning point within International Crisis State: Does Creative Partnership Matter? - N. Bulz (RO), L. Stapleton (IE), J. B. Lewoc (PL), A. Izworski (PL), G. M. Dimirovski (TR), M. A. Hersh (UK)
Fri01.2 - Collaborative Networks Contribution to Sustainable Development - L. Camarinha-Matos (PT)
Fri01.3 - Using a humanoid robot for demining land mines - A. Byagowi (AU), P. Kopacek (AU)
Fri01.4 - Towards Contextual System Conceptual Designing to Sustain regional Stability in Enlarged Europe - A. M. Stanescu (RO), I. Dumitrache (RO), S. I. Caramihai (RO), M. A. Moisescu (RO), I. S. Sacala (RO)
12:45 - 13:15 Closing Session


Note: All sessions and meetings will be held in the same room – ED 010 of Control Engineering and Computer Science Faculty, University “POLITEHNICA” of Bucharest


You may download the PDF version of the above programme here.

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