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The First Announcement

Authors:
Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation
S.I. Vavilov Institute for the History of Science and Technology of Russian Academy of Sciences
St. Petersburg Branch of S.I. Vavilov Institute for the History of Science and Technology
of Russian Academy of Sciences
Zoological Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences
Papanin Institute for Biology of Inland Waters of Russian Academy of Sciences
The Hydrobiological Society of Russian Academy of Sciences
1st Scientific Conference in memory of
Prof. Vladimir I. Zhadin
(on the 125th anniversary of his birthday)
Russia, St. Petersburg, 19-23 April 2021
The First Announcement
Organizing Committee
Chair
Alexandra L. Rizhinashvili, PhD (S.I.
Vavilov Institute for the History of
Science and Technology of Russian
Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg
Branch (IHST RAS, St. Petersburg
Branch), St. Petersburg, Russia)
Deputy Chair
Maxim V. Vinarski, DSci (St. Petersburg
State University; IHST RAS, St.
Petersburg Branch, St. Petersburg, Russia)
Members
Nadezhda A. Asheulova, PhD (IHST
RAS, St. Petersburg Branch, St.
Petersburg, Russia)
Oleg P. Belozerov, PhD (IHST RAS,
Moscow, Russia)
Igor V. Doronin, PhD (Zoological
Institute RAS, St. Petersburg, Russia)
Anna A. Fedorova (IHST RAS,
St. Petersburg Branch, St. Petersburg,
Russia)
Pavel V. Kijashko, PhD (Zoological
Institute RAS, St. Petersburg, Russia)
Anatoliy V. Polevoy, PhD (IHST RAS,
St. Petersburg Branch, St. Petersburg,
Russia)
Svetlana V. Retunskaya (IHST RAS,
St. Petersburg Branch, St. Petersburg,
Russia)
Sergey V. Shalimov, PhD (IHST RAS,
St. Petersburg Branch, St. Petersburg,
Russia)
Elena F. Sinelnikova, PhD (IHST RAS,
St. Petersburg Branch, St. Petersburg,
Russia)
Technical assistance group
Nikolay D. Ul’anov, Pavel M. Mishakov
(IHST RAS, St. Petersburg Branch, St.
Petersburg, Russia)
Programme Committee
Chair
Sergey M. Golubkov, DSci,
Corresponding Member of RAS
(Zoological Institute RAS, St. Petersburg,
Russia)
Deputy Chair
Alexandr V. Krylov, DSci (Papanin
Institute of Inland Water Biology RAS,
Borok Settlement, Russia)
Members
Nikolay I. Andreev, DSci (Omsk State
Transport University, Omsk, Russia)
Svetlana I. Andreeva, DSci (Omsk State
Medical University, Russia)
Viktor P. Belyakov, PhD (Institute of
Lake Studies RAS, St. Petersburg, Russia)
Stephen Bocking, Prof. (Trent University,
Peterborough, Canada)
Arthur Bogan, PhD (North Carolina
State Museum of Natural Sciences,
Raleigh, USA)
Viktor V. Bogatov, DSci, Academician of
RAS (Federal Scientific Center of the East
Asia Terrestrial Biodiversity, Far Eastern
Branch of RAS, Vladivostok, Russia)
Benoît O.L. Demars, PhD (Norwegian
Institute for Water Research (NIVA),
Oslo, Norway)
Roman A. Fando, PhD (IHST RAS,
Moscow, Russia)
Nikolai M. Korovchinsky, DSci (A.N.
Severtsov Institute of Ecology &
Evolution RAS, Moscow, Russia)
Тamara М. Mikheeva, DSci (Belarus
State University, Minsk, Belarus)
Nafisa М. Mingazova, DSci (Kazan State
Federal University, Kazan, Russia)
Vladimir Pesic, Prof. (University of
Montenegro, Podgorica, Montenegro)
Alexander A. Protasov, DSci (Institute of
Hydrobiology of National Academy of
Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine)
Ekaterina G. Pryanichnikova, PhD
(Papanin Institute of Inland Water Biology
RAS, Borok Settlement, Russia)
Nadezhda V. Slepkova, PhD (Zoological
Institute RAS, St. Petersburg, Russia)
Igor S. Smirnov, PhD (Zoological
Institute RAS, St. Petersburg, Russia)
Alexey A. Zotin, DSci (Koltzov Institute
of Developmental Biology RAS, Moscow,
Russia)
Dear colleagues!
We invite you to participate in the 1st Scientific Conference in memory of Prof.
Vladimir I. Zhadin (on the 125th anniversary of his birthday), which will be held from
19th to 23rd April 2021 in St. Petersburg, Russia. The host organizations of the
Conference are: St. Petersburg Branch of S.I. Vavilov Institute for the History of Science
and Technology of RAS and Zoological Institute of RAS.
Professor, Doctor of Biological Sciences, distinguished Soviet scientist
Vladimir I. (Ivanovich) Zhadin (1896–1974) made a significant contribution to the
establishment and development of aquatic ecology in Russia. His works were devoted to
invertebrate zoology (malacology), riverine studies, sanitary hydrobiology, biology of
water reservoirs and many other topics. He developed the first theory of the biological
productivity of water bodies (1940). Zhadin was a prominent specialist in the field of
morphology, systematics and fauna of freshwater mollusks. He was the author of a
seminal monograph “Molluscs of fresh and brackish waters of the USSR” (1952), which
is still used by many European malacologists and aquatic ecologists. Beginning in 1959
Vladimir Ivanovich was Vice-President of the International Society of Theoretical and
Applied Limnology (SIL). In 1965 he was awarded the SIL Einar Naumann Medal for his
outstanding research on rivers, water reservoirs, and mollusks.
The scope of the Conference will include communications devoted to results of
theoretical and historical research in the fields of freshwater biology and malacology as
well as discussions on methodological foundations of these disciplines. The Organizing
and Programme committees hope that the Conference will help to enhance the
interactions between research practitioners and historians of science in order to contribute
to the development of aquatic ecology.
The themes of the Conference will include:
1. History of aquatic ecology and limnology of the 20th century in the context of
scientific and ideological discussions
2. Taxonomy, biogeography, faunal studies and ecology of freshwater mollusks
3. Ecological research in rivers and water reservoirs
4. Studies in limnology
5. The current state of aquatic ecology worldwide: trends, problems, and the
contribution of historical studies to the understanding of the development of this
discipline.
Working languages of the Conference: Russian, English
To participate in the Conference please send the completed registration form and
the abstract of your communication (not exceeding 2 pages) to this e-mail address:
zhadin2021@yandex.ru. The submission deadline is 30 September 2020. For
registration form and the abstract formatting guidelines see appendices at the end of
this letter.
Please state the theme of your electronic message as “registration form and
abstract_Zhadin2021”). The file with the registration form should be named after the
participant’s surname like “Ivanov1.doc” and the abstract should be sent as a separate file
named like “Ivanov2.doc”. Each participant is allowed to present no more than 2 abstracts
where he/she is listed as the corresponding author. The number of abstracts submitted in
co-authorship is not limited.
Participation format — oral or poster presentation.
The Second Announcement will be sent to all registered participants in October or
November 2020. It will contain the draft program of the Conference, as well as
information about scientific and cultural excursions and the registration fee. Detailed
information on the payment of the registration fee will be given later.
The Organizing Committee contacts:
5 Universitetskaya Embankment, St. Petersburg, Russia, 199034; St. Petersburg
Branch of S.I. Vavilov Institute for the History of Science and Technology of Russian
Academy of Sciences, Department of History of Evolutionary Theory and Ecology.
Contact person: Dr. Alexandra L. Rizhinashvili. Phone: +7-812-328-59-24 (working
days: Tuesday and Thursday, 12:00–17:00); e-mail: zhadin2021@yandex.ru; web-site
http://ihst.nw.ru/work/conf/zhadin.
We kindly recommend that foreign participants who need a Russian visa start the
application procedure as early as possible. The Organizing Committee will provide you with
invitation to obtain the visa.
Please note that the end of April in St. Petersburg is one of the most popular tourist
periods. Therefore, we recommend that you book an accommodation as early as possible
(e.g. using Booking.com or other specialized web-sites).
The Organizing Committee requests that you circulate this information
among all potential participants.
appendix 1
Registration Form
1. Name, surname (in full)
2. Academic degree, position
3. Current affiliation (in full)
4. Working address
5. Contact phone/fax number (with country code)
6. E-mail address
7. Title of presentation
8. Financial support (name of funding agency and number of project,
name and surname of supervisor)
9. Form of presentation (please, underline oral/poster)
10. Do you need an invitation for the visa application? (yes/no)
11. Passport number, place and date of birth (for participants who need an
invitation)
app
endix 2
Abstract formatting guidelines
File title: based on participant’s surname (e.g. Petrov2.doc)
File format: doc, docx
Author info: author(s) name (underlined), affiliation, short address (city, country), e-
mail
Title: centered, bold, in lower cases, a blank row before the main text
Abstracts size: no longer than 2 pages
Font: Times New Roman; font size 12
Page setup: upper and lower — 20 mm, left — 25 mm, and right — 15 mm
Line spacing: 1.5 rows
Text alignment: justified
No hyphenations, graphs, tables, diagrams and references (except acknowledgments to
funding agencies).
An example of abstract formatting:
A.A. Ivanov
Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
e-mail: ivanov@yandex.ru
The problem of nutrient limitation in the water reservoir ecosystems
The text is placed here…
All abbreviations should be explained at the first mention. The Latin names of
organisms should be given in full at the first mention (e.g. Unio pictorum Linnaeus,
1758). Please type chemical formulas using superscripts and subscripts.
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to reject abstracts that are not
drawn up according to these guidelines.
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