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IV International Conference «Relevant Issues of Forensic Psychological Expertise and Complex Forensic Examination. Modern Computer Technologies in Expert Practice» Kaluga, December 18-19, 2020.

IV International Conference «Relevant Issues of Forensic Psychological Expertise and Complex Forensic Examination. Modern Computer Technologies in Expert Practice» Kaluga, December 18-19, 2020.

27.11.2020
IV International Conference «Relevant Issues of Forensic Psychological Expertise and Complex Forensic Examination. Modern Computer Technologies in Expert Practice» Kaluga, December 18-19, 2020.

Information Letter

Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University traditionally conducts International Conferences “Relevant Issues of Forensic Psychological Expertise and Complex Forensic Examination” where a wide range of modern fundamental issues of forensic psychological expertise are discussed.

The subject matter of the 4th International Conference “Relevant Issues of Forensic Psychological Expertise and Complex Forensic Examination” is “Modern Computer Technologies in Expert Practice”. It is devoted to the problems, perspectives, and advanced experience of implementing computer technologies in expert practice. Special attention is to be focused on the issues of validity and reliability of computer vision Intellectual technologies while conducting forensic psychological expertise and multidisciplinary cooperation among forensic experts. The Conference is funded by RFBR, project №18-013-01045.

The Conference guest speakers are

  1. Alexey N. Gusev – Sc.D. in Psychology, professor, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia).
  2. Mikhail S. Baev – Project Manager, F2F group (Moscow, Russia).
  3. Valery Belyanin PhD, professor, Forensic Psycholinguist, Registered Psychotherapist (Toronto, Canada).
  4. Yury Chernov – Dr., Research Director, Institute for Handwriting Sciences (Zurich, Switzerland).

  5. Vadim I. Gushin – Sc.D. in Medicine, associate professor, Leading Researcher, Institute for Biomedical Problems RAS (Moscow, Russia).
  6. Gayane Ghazaryan – Ph.D. in Psychology, associate professor, Yerevan State Medical University named after M. Heratsi (Yerevan, Armenia).
  7. Alexandr Sh. Kaganov – Ph.D. in Engineering Science, Senior Researcher, Institute of Linguistic Research, RAS (Moscow, Russia).
  8. Elena N. Kholopova – Sc.D. in Jurisprudence, professor, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Kaliningrad, Russia).
  9. Victor I. Sedin – Sc.D. in Medicine, Leading Researcher, State Research Centre, Federal Medical Biophysical Centre named after A.I. Burnazyan FMBA. (Moscow, Russia).

The Conference main research areas

  1. Modern methods of creating forensic psychological expertise.
  2. Objective psychodiagnostic methods in experimental research (including the use of computer vision intellectual technologies).
  3. Hardware and software in forensic psychological expertise and Multidisciplinary Psychology Expert Evidence.

Venue: 22/48, Stepan Razin Str., Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University, Kaluga, Russia. The Conference is to be held in an on-line format.

Dates: December 18-19, 2020.

December 18 – the opening ceremony of the conference, plenary reports, and round tables for the conference research areas.

December 19 – Panel discussion for forensic psychologists, conference closing ceremony.

Ways of participating in the Conference:

  • Delivering a plenary report on one of the conference research areas (15 minutes).
  • Making a speech at a panel discussion (5-7 minutes).

The working languages are Russian and English. The registration is free by any link:

The conference participant needs to include the name of his/her report/speech and abstracts (up to 300 words) in the registration form.

Deadline: December 5 (plenary reports) and December 10 (panel discussion). 

Authors are to be informed about the results of the peer-viewing within seven days after filing their abstracts.

The International conference participants are to be certified. As the conference result it is planned to publish a special issue of journal “Kaluga University Bulletin. Psychology&Education” journal. In order to have your article published in the journal special issue it is necessary to file your article to the organizational committee’s e-mail conference-hw@tksu.ru until December 15, 2020. Articles are to be peer-viewed. The article submission guidelines are here

The Conference Organizational Committee

Maxim A. Kazak – the rector of Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University, Ph.D. in History – the chairman.

Vali F. Engalychev – Sc.D. in Psychology, professor, the Head of the Research Centre of Forensics and Criminalistics – the vice-chairman.

Vladimir V. Domozhir – Ph.D. in Economics, First Vice-Rector of Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University.

Sergey O. Isadchenko – CIO of Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University.

Tatyana V. Belinskaya – Ph.D. in Psychology, the Head of the Psychology Institute, Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University.

Tatyana V. Konstantinova – Ph.D. in Education, the Head of the Natural Science Institute, Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University.

Sergey I. Krivov – Ph.D. in Education, the Head of Engineering and Technology Institute, Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University.

Irina P. Krasnoschyochenko – Sc.D. in Psychology, professor, The editor-in-chief of “Kaluga University Bulletin. Psychology&Education” Journal.

Elena V. Leonova – Sc.D. in Psychology, the Head of the General and Legal Psychology Department, Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University.

Alexey V. Khavylo – Ph.D. in Psychology, the Head of the Information and Psychology Security Laboratory, Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University.

Alla V. Shikhaleeva – associate professor of the General and Legal Psychology Department, expert of the Research Centre of Forensics and Criminalistics, Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University.

The Conference Programme Committee

Vali F. Engalychev – Sc.D. in Psychology, prof. (Russia) – the chairman.

Garnik V. Akopov – Sc.D. in Psychology, prof. (Russia).

Auväärt Lembit – Ph.D. in Psychology (Estonia).

Anton Belkin – Sc.D. in Psychology (Israel).

Valery Belyanin PhD, prof., Forensic Psycholinguist, Registered Psychotherapist (Canada).

Alexey A. Bessonov – Sc.D. in Jurisprudence, сolonel of Justice (Russia).

Gayane Ghazaryan – Ph.D. in Psychology (Armenia).

Alexey N. Gusev – Sc.D. in Psychology, prof. (Russia).

Vadim I. Guschin – Sc.D. in Medicine (Russia).

Sergey N. Enikolopov – Ph.D. in Psychology (Russia).

Silvia Kaugia – Sc.D. in Jurisprudence (Estonia).

Tatyana L. Kryukova – Sc.D. in Psychology, Prof. (Russia).

Hulkar T. Makhmudova – Ph.D. in Psychology (Uzbekistan).

Viktor I. Panov – Sc.D. in Psychology, prof. (Russia).

Alexandr N. Pershin – Sc.D. in Jurisprudence (Russia).

Viktor I. Sedin – Sc.D. in Medicine, prof. (Russia).

Natalia Shneyerson – lawyer (Israel).

Elena N. Kholopova – Sc.D. in Jurisprudence, prof. (Russia).

The Organizational Committee Contacts:

E-mail: conference-hw@tksu.ru (The main communication channel)

Telephone numbers (Please call only in the case of an emergency):

The Organizational Committee Secretary is Irina Sedenkova: +7 (910) 861-52-66.

The Research Centre of Forensics and Criminalistics, Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University: +7 (4842) 50-30-20.

The Department of General and Legal Psychology, Tsiolkovskiy Kaluga State University: +7 (4842) 50-30-15.

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