Русский   English
Fifth International Conference
“History of Computing in the Russia, former Soviet Union and Council for Mutual Economic Assistance countries”
Russia, Moscow, October 6th–8th, 2020
Call for papers in english
Programma

Program

October 06 2020

PlenarySession

Chair: Aleksander Nikolaevich Tomilin, V.P. Ivannikov Instituteof Systems Programming RAS, Moscow.

9.30–10.00

Conference Opening

Alexander Tomilin, D.Ph.-M.Sci., Chief Researcher   

V.P. Ivannikov Institute of Systems Programming Igor Agamirzyan, Cand. Ph.-M.Sci., Vice President of Higher School of Economics, Moscow

Eduard Proydakov, Virtual Computer Museum

Greeting

10.00 – 10.30

Plenary report 1

Vadim Kotov, Corresponding Member of

Russian Academy of Science

“Open informatics”: international collaboration of the Siberian school of informatics

10.30–11.00

Plenary report 2

LidyaGorodnyaya, Cand.Ph.-M.Sci., SeniorResearcher

A.P. Ershov Institute of Informatics Systems

Strategic paradigms of programming initiated and supported by academician Andrey Petrovich Ershov.

11.00–11.20

Plenary report 3

Gury Mikhailov, Cand.Ph.-M.Sci

A.A. Dorodnitsyn Computing Center

A.A. Dorodnitsyn Computing Center: history, people, achievements, and computing machines

11.20 –11.40

Plenary report 4

Valentina Dorodnitcyna, D.Med.Sci.

Sergey Stepanov, D.Ph.-M.Sci., Head of Division

Vasilii Shevchenko, researcher

A.A. Dorodnitsyn Computing Center

The role of academician A.A. Dorodnitsyn in the development of computer technology.

11.40–12.00

Plenary Report 5

Ksenia Tatarchenko, PhD, Ass. Prof. of Science,

Technology and Society

Singapore Management University

The Telos of Confrontation:

the Place of Ideology in History and Historiography of Cold War Computing

12.00–12.20

Plenary Report 6

NikolayProkhorov, D.Tech.Sci., HeadResearcher

Alexandr Kim, Cand.Tech.Sci., General Director

Gennadiy Egorov, D.Tech.Sci., Chief Researcher

Vladimir Feldman, D.Tech.Sci., Deputy Director

I.S. Bruk Institute of Electronic Control Machines

I.S. Bruk Institute of Electronic Control Machines: from the First Computers to Computing Complexes and the Elbrus system

12.20–12.40

Plenary Report 7

Nikolay Balakirev, Cand.Tech.Sci.

MoscowAviation Institute

At Last, When We Honor What Is Ours … (Tracking the Development of the Elbrus 1-KB Computer).


Coffee Break until 15.00

Stream 1.

Session 1. History of Computers.

Moderator: Viktor Zakharov, D.Tech.Sci., Federal Research Center of Informatics and Management RAS

15.00–15.20

Talk 1.

Alexandr Tomilin, D.Ph.-M.Sci., Chief Researcher

V.P. Ivannikov Institute of Systems Programming

AS-6 Complex

15.20–15.40

Talk 2.

Miroslav Sikora, PhD

Institute of the National Remembrance

ThePolishRoadtoRIAD. The Uniformization of Computer Systems in Comecon, 1960–1970

15.40–16.00

Talk 3.

Máté Szabó,

Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford.

From the West to the East and Back Again: Hungary and the Ryad.

16.00–16.20

Talk 4.

Sperka Martin, Museum of Computers, Bratislava, Slovakia

The evolution of the Slovak computer technology in the years 1950-1989

16.20–17.00 Discussion

Stream 2.

Session 2. History of the Creation of Programming Languages and Systems and Artificial Intelligence Systems

Moderator: Leonid Karpov, D.Tech.Sci.,V.P. Ivannikov Institute of Systems Programming RAS

15.00–15.20

Talk 1

Natalya Cheremnykh, Virtual Computer Museum

Valeriy Menshchikov, Russian Center of Ecological Politics

Irina Pavlovksaya, A.P. Ershov Institute of Informatics Systems

Second All-Union Programming Conference. (VKP-2), Novosibirsk, 1970.

15.20–15.40

Talk 2

Leonid Karpov, D.Tech.Sci., Vera Karpova,

Aleksandr Tomilin, D.Ph.-M.Sci.

V.P. Ivannikov Institute of Systems Programming RAS

Pioneers of Russian Computers and Computer Graphics.

15.40–16.00

Talk 3

Alexandr Tomilin, D.Ph.-M.Sci, HeadResearcher

V.P. Ivannikov Institute of Systems Programming RAS

Viktor Ivannikov's Four Generations of Operating Systems.

16.00–16.20

Talk 4

Piotr Fuglewicz

Member of Scientific Board of Computer Museum in Katowice. MSc Electronical Eng.

MASTER – an Improved Operating System

16.20–17.00 Discussion

Stream 3

Session 4. Preservation of Historical, Cultural and Technical Heritage in the Field of Informatics

Moderator: Valery Shilov, Cand.Tech.Sci., Professor, Higher School of Economics (Moscow)

15.00–15.20

Talk 1

Mikhail Vus, Cand.Tech.Sci., Natalya Gubina

St. Petersburg Society of Scientific and Technical Knowledge

Mikhail Borisoich Ignatyev (1932–2019): a Romanticist Scientist.

15.20–15.40.

Talk 2

Valery Shilov, Cand.Tech.Sci., Professor

Sergey Silantiev, Cand.Tech.Sci., Associate Professor, Higher School of Economics

Timo Leipälä Professor Emeritus

Advertisements in the Press as a Historical Source: Computing Technology in Pre-Revolutionary Russia (1845–1917).

15.40–16.00

Talk 3

Nadezhda Afendikova, Cand.Ph.-M.Sci., Researcher

M.V. Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics RAS

Materials on the History of Computers in the Cabinet-Museum of Academician M.V. Keldysh.

16.00–16-20

Talk 4

Nikita Pivovarov, Cand.Hist.Sci., Senior Researcher

Institute of General History RAS

The CPSU Central Committee and Development of Electronic Computing Machines in the USSR in 1958–1962.

16.20–17.00 Discussion


October 07 2020

Stream 1.

Session 1.History of Computers

Moderator: Vitaliy Shteinberg, Cand.Tech.Sci., Argon Scientific Research Institute Ltd.

10.00–10.20

Talk 5

Natalia Kuperschtokh, Cand.Hist.Sci., Senior Researcher

Sib. RAS Institute of History

Computing Technology in the USA through the Eyes of Soviet Scientists: on the Visit of the Delegation of the USSR Ac. Sci. in 1972.

10.20–10.40

Talk 6

Viktor Zakharov, D.Tech.Sci.

Federal Research Center of Informatics and Management RAS

On the Joint Activity of the Socialist Countries in the Field of Creating Computer Systems (1980s– Early 1990s).

10.40–11.00

Talk 7

Vitaliy Shteinberg, Cand.Tech.Sci., Argon Scientific Research Institute Ltd.

On the History of the Creation of Special-Purpose Computers for Automated Control Systems for Military Forces and Weapons.

11.00–11.20

Talk 8

Lev Shchur, D.Ph.-M.Sci.

L.D. Landau Institute of Theoretical Physics RAS

Special Purpose Computers for Statistical Physics: Achievements and Lessons.

11.20–11.40

Talk 9

Roman Abramov, D.Sociol.Sci., Prof.

Nadezhda Abramova

Higher School of Economics

From Experiments to Standardization: the Impact of Implementing ES Computers on the Professional Culture of the Soviet Computer Industry.

11.40–12.00

Talk 10

Jose Ramil Alarez, Cand.Ph.-M.Sci., Department of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics, Moscow State University

On the Occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Setun’-70 Computer

12.00–12.20

Talk 11

Vladimir Shnyrin, Independent Researcher

«Gnom-A» – World’s First Mass-Production Computer Created in the USSR on Domestically Developed Mass-Produced Germanium IC

12.20–12.40

Talk 12

Boris Basok, Cand.Tech.Sci., Associate Professor

Russian Technological University

Institute of Electronic Control Machines: the Development of Hardware-Software Tools of Diagnostic Control and Verification of Computing Systems

12.40–13.00 Discussion

Lunch 13.00–14.00


Stream 1.

Session 3. Internet, Networks, and Automated Control Systems.

Moderator: Semen Lvovich Musher, D.Ph.-M.Sci., Independent Researcher, Moscow

14.00–14. 20

Talk 1

SergeyBelov, SeniorResearcher

V. Gusev, Leading Electronics Engineer

S. Dubrov, Leading Programmer Engineer

V. Kaplin, Head of Computing Systems Department

B. Shuvalov, Leading Programmer Engineer

Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics SB RAS

Evolution of Network Technologies in the Institute of Nuclear Physics and their Role in the Development of the National Infrastructure: a Half-Century History (Theses).

14.20–14.40

Talk 2

Marina Tumbinskaya, Ayrat Abzalov, Vladimir Tregubov, Cand.Tech.Sci.,

A.N. Tupolev Kazan National Research Technical University

The History of Creation and Development of Automated Control and Design Systems on the “Kamaz” Automobile Plant

14.40–15.00

Talk 3

Semen Musher, D.Ph.-M.Sci.

Vyacheslav Tarev, Senior Researcher

M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University

Internet Centers for Classical Universities in the Main Regions of Russia.

15.00–15.20

Talk 4

Mikhail Kuzminskiy, Cand.Chem.Sci.

Institute of Organic Chemistry RAS

A Brief History of Non-Commercial Computer Networks in Russia

15.20–15.40

Talk 5

Yury Polyak, Cand.Econ.Sci., Lead Researcher

Central Economic Mathematical Institute RAS

Email in the USSR and Russia

15.40–16.00

Talk 6

Alexey Safonov, Cand.Econ.Sci., Researcher

Institute of Social Sciences RANEPA

Аutomated System of Planning Calculations of Gosplan of the USSR and Technological Restrictions of Implementing ECM into the State Management in the USSR.

16.00–16.20

Talk 7

Andrey Zotov, Executing Partner

ADJ Consulting

Runet Forecasting: Market and Technological Challenges.

16.20–16.40

Talk 8

Vladimir Kitov, Olga Kitova

Plekhanov Russian University of Economics

The History of Creation of Methods and Automated Support for Public Administration.

16.40-17.00 Discussion


Stream 2.

Session 2. History of the Creation of Programming Languages and Systems and Artificial Intelligence Systems

Moderator: Yury Zagorulko, Cand.Tech. Sci., A.P. Ershov Institute of Informatics Systems

10.00–10.30

Talk 5

GalinaZagorulko

YuryZagorulko, Cand.Tech. Sci., A.P. Ershov Institute of Informatics Systems SB RAS

Narinyani's Subdefinite Models: Maturing, Application, Problems, and Prospects.

10.20–10.40

Talk 6

Aleksey Lipatov, Cand.Tech.Sci.

Vega Radio Engineering Corporation, Moscow

Interactive Computer Graphics in Underdetermined Model Applications.

10.40–11.00

Talk 7

Igor Ladygin,

Arkadiy Polyakov

National Research Institute “Moscow Institute of Energetics”

Informatics and artificial intelligence at MPEI: pages of history.

11.00–11.20

Talk 8

Ekaterina Lavrishcheva, D.Ph.-M.Sci.

V.P. Ivannikov Institute of Systems Programming RAS

Software Development within the COMECON

11.20–11.40

Talk 9

Leo Broukhis, Synopsys

Nostalgic Notes on Simulating the BESM-6 and Decompiling Pascal Programs

11.40–12.00 Discussion
Lunch 13.00–14.00

Stream 2.

Session 2. History of the Creation of Programming Languages and Systems, and Artificial Intelligence Systems

Moderator: Sergey Prokhorov, Cand.Ph.-M.Sci.,Vavilov Institute of History of Natural Sciences and Technology RAS

14.00–14.20

Talk 10

Sergey Inyutin,

Moscow Aviation Institute

Modular Processors – History and Evaluations of The Trivalent Effect

14.20–14.40

Talk 11

Sergey Prokhorov, Cand.Ph.-M.Sci.,

Vavilov Institute of History of Natural Sciences and Technology RAS

Dmitry Aleksandrovich Pospelov (1932–2019) – the Father of the Soviet School of Artificial Intelligence.

14.40–15.00

Talk 12

Vladimir Krivoruchenko

Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute

Scientific Research Software in the Aviation Industry of the USSR

15.00–15.20

Talk 13

Valery Tarasov, Cand.Tech.Sci.

Artificial Intelligence: From Psychonics and Applied Semiotics to a Synergetic Approach. On the scientific Heritage of Professor D. Pospelov.

Stream 3

Session 4. Conservation of historical, cultural and technological heritage in the field of informatics

Moderator: Nikita Pivovarov, Cand.Hist.Sci., Senior Researcher, Insitutte of World History RAS

10.00–10.20

Talk 6

Irina Krayneva, D. Hist. Sci., Researcher,

A.P. Ershov Institute of Informatics Systems SB RAS

Natalya Kupershtokh, Cand. Hist. Sci.,

Institute of History SB RAS

Lebedev Institute of Precision Mechanics and Computer Engineering, USSR Academy of Sciences: the Chinese Vector

10.20–10.40

Talk 7

Vladimir Lushchekin, M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University,

Sofia Lushchekina, Cand.Chem.Sci., Senior Researcher, N.M. Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics RAS

The Story of I. Bruk’s Team

10.40–11.00

Talk 8

Marina Smolevitskaya

Polytechnic Museum

Development of Accounting in the USSR During the Industrialization: the Exhibition “For Socialist Accounting”.

11.00–11.20

Talk 9

Reininger Alice. Mag. Dr.,

Freelancer

Wolfgang von Kempelen and the Illusionistic Imitations of the Body

11.20–11.40

Talk 11

Vladimir Ivanov, Cand. Tech. Sci.,

Rafael Yusupov, RAS Corresponding Member

St. Petersburg Institute of Informatics and Automation RAS

Computers of the Institute of History of the St. Petersburg Institute of Informatics and Automation RAS

11.40–12.00

Talk 12

Svetlana Ulyanova, D. Hist. Sci.,

Ilya Sidorchuk, Cand. Hist. Sci.,

Ivan Aladyshkin, Cand. Hist. Sci.

Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University

Institutional Aspects of the Development of Technical Cybernetics in the Leningrad Polytechnic Institute, St. Petersburg Polytechnic University: Digital Methods of Investigation

12.00–12.20

Talk 13

Poswick, Réginald-Ferdinand

President, Fonds Informatique Pionnière en Belgique – Baanbrekende Informatica in België 

Computer Museum Expertise for a Worldwide Cooperation to Develop a Critical Memory for the Digital Culture.

Stream 3

Session 5. Informatics of Education

Moderator: VasiliyBurov, Advisor, Higher School of Economics

14.00–14.20

Talk 1

Mikhail Tumaykin, independent researcher

From punchcard to compiler (from the Novosibirsk School of Young Programmers to a software company)

14.20–14.40

Talk 2

Tatyana Tikhonova, Researcher, A.P. Ershov Institute of Informatics Systems SB RAS

Scientific Research Institute of Informatics and Computer Engineering APS USSR in Novosibirsk

14.40–15.00

Talk 3

Jose Ramil Alarez, Cand.Ph.-M.Sci.,

M.V. Lomonosov MSU, Department of Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics

The Mentor System

15.00–15.20

Talk 4

Aleksandr Gein, D. Ped. Sci.

Boris Yeltsin Urals State University

Evolution of School Textbooks on Computer Science in Russia: Retrospective and Perspective.

15.20–15.40

Talk 5

Nina Gein, Cand. Ped. Sci., Urals Specialized Education and Scientific Center

The Formation of a School Informatics Course: Experimental Aspect.

15.40–16.00

Talk 6

Alexei Semenov, professor, Academician of RAS and RAE, Valery Vardanyan, Cand.Ph.-M.Sci.,Yury Vishnyakov, D.Tech.Sci.

Ivan Gukasov, Tatiana Rudchenko,

Alexander Uvarov.

Axel Berg Institute of Cybernetics and Educational Informatics,

Federal Research Center “Informatics and Management” RAS,

RAS Institute of Systems Programming

Axel Berg’s Legacy in Cybernetics and Education. From the Council on Cybernetics to Axel Berg Institute.

16.00–16.20

Talk 7

Tatyana Churina, Cand.Ph.-M.Sci.

Tatyana Nesterenko,

A.P. Ershov Institute of Informatics Systems

20 Years of Experience in Organizing and Holding of Programming Competitions at the Novosibirsk State University.

16.20–17.00 Discussion