Conference program

 VII INTERNATIONAL YOUTH i-CUSTOMS CONFERENCE

21 May, 2020

St. Petersburg

Online

Program:

Day 1. 21 May 2020

11:45-12:00 – Registration

12:00 Opening session

12:05 Conference session 1

  1. Anna Dubova, Russia, Orenburg State University, “Image formation of the Eurasian Economic Union in the Russian Federation: history, problems and prospects”
  2. Ljuben Kocev LL.M. Republic of Macedonia, Ss. Cyril and Methodius” University, “Copyright Protection vs Free Movement of Goods Within the Internal Market of the EU
  3. Daniil  Bayushkin, Sofia Mikhailovich, Olga Shishkina, Anton Kozhankov  Russia, Russian Customs Academy, “From Е-seals to smart containers for seamless cross-border transportation of cargo”
  4. Yoanna Asenova, Bulgaria, D. A. Tsenov Academy of Economics, Svishtov, “The role of Bulgarian customs in the protection of intellectual property”
  5. Maryia Korshunova, Belarus, Belarusian state University of transport, “Provision of tariff preferences in relation to developing countries in the EEU”
  6. Anastasia Grinchenko, Russia, North-West Institute of management – branch of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, “Tools of struggle and analysis of crimes in the field of art”
  7. Aggrey Shitsukane Shisiali, Kenya, Technical University of Mombasa, “Fuzzy logic model Obstacles avoidance robotic CRANE at seaport container terminal”
  8. Kurbonkul Karimkulov, Sarvar Salomov, Republic of Uzbekistan, Customs Institute of the State customs Committee, “Simplification of customs procedures is a requirement of modern business”
  9. Ekaterina Malinina, Russia, South Ural State University (national research university)  “Reduction of customs barriers as a condition for increasing
    high-tech exports of the Russian Federation”
  10. Elizaveta Matveeva, Russia, Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, “Features of the integration blocks development  on the example of agreements on rules for determining the country of origin of goods in the EEU, Iran and Vietnam”
  11. Renata Sarvary, Belarus, Polotsk State University, “Modern IT-solutions in the International Trade”
  12. Ksenia Shevchenko, Russia, South Ural Technological University, “On the Issue of the Struggle of Customs Authorities with Counterfeit Goods”
  13. Ilya Dudinets, Russia, Samara State Technical University, “The use of DEA (Data Envelopment Analysis) method in evaluating the courier services performance  when sending goods via international mail”
  14. Hanna Manuilava, Belarus, Belarusian State University of Transport, “The Rotterdam Convention and the Republic of Belarus: adherence matters”
  15. Viola Iconnikova, Kirill Gorlov, Russia, Odintsovo Branch, MGIMO University, “The role of customs attaches in customs cooperation. Customs diplomacy in the digital era”
  16. Ivan Grekov, Russia, Russian Customs Academy, “Digital transformation of customs services and customs control for goods ordered by individuals through global trading platforms and sent in international mail”
  17. Ruslan Iksanov, Russia, Samara State Technical University, “The study of BRICS countries' export potential”
  18. Kristina  Voischeva, Russia, Odintsovo Branch, MGIMO University, “How can disruptive technologies help to provide customs control of cultural valuables?”
  19. Andrei Mikhailov, Russia, Samara State Technical University, “Impact of the oil and oil products pricing mechanism on  modern  development of oil industry in the  Russian Federation”
  20. Vladislav Pinigin, Russia, University of Tumen, “New challenges in the implementation of transnational Arctic projects in the YANAO: sanctions and viruses”
  21. Kirill Bakaev, Russia, Russian Customs Academy, “The analysis of the activity of countries on the international market of goods containing intellectual property objects”
  22. Margarita Shlenskaya, Valentin Vachrushev, Russia, People’s Friendship University of Russia, “Using the FCA of Russia risk management system for selecting customs control objects in the conditions of the EAEU”
  23. He Shuling, People`s Republic of China, City University of Hong Kong, “Trademark Infringement or Not? Rethinking OEM Issues in China”

 

16:00 Conclusion