Innovations in KM Practices







About the school

About the speaker


Time and place








When:  October 10 – 11, 2016


Where:  GSOM SPbU,  Volkhovskiy Pereulok, 3


The event is recommended for:  Master students, PhD students, young researchers


Language:  English


Terms of participation: Application for participation is required



 About the school

On October 10-11, 2016 autumn school for young researchers “Innovations in KM Practices” will be held


School for young researchers “Innovations in KM Practices” includes lectures, seminars, panel discussions and workshops by leading Russian and foreign researchers.


The School covers includes the following topics:


  • new knowledge modelling methods;
  • modern knowledge management tools;
  • best KM practices in specific domains.



Application for participation in the School is presented in .doc file in English and includes the following sections:


  • short biography of the researcher;
  • list of published works (if there are any);
  • summary of the current research (500 - 700 words, stating the purpose, novelty, methodology of the research and obtained or planned results);
  • list of conferences with the names of presented papers.



Submission of applications – July  15, 2016


Notification of application acceptance – July 30, 2016


 Participation in School – free of charge.


Research School “Innovations in KM Practices” is held as part of the project “Innovations in Company Knowledge Management: Typology, Methodology and Recommendations (INNOVARRA)” conducted with financial support from Russian Science Foundation grant (project No. 15-18-30048).



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 About the speaker


Kurt Sandkuhl is full Professor of “Business Information Systems” at University of Rostock (Germany).


Sandkuhl’s current research interests include the fields of information logistics, enterprise modeling, ontology engineering, and model-based software engineering. He has published three books in the field of electronic publishing and more than 150 papers in information logistics, enterprise knowledge management, CSCW, information services, and software architectures.


Professor Kurt Sandkuhl is one of the members of research team of the project “Innovations in Company Knowledge Management: Typology, Methodology and Recommendations (INNOVARRA)” which is led by Tatiana A. Gavrilova.





The alliance of knowledge engineering and knowledge management allows you to move from lengthy conversations about knowledge management to effective practices.


Tatiana A. Gavrilova


Tatiana A. Gavrilova – Professor, Head of Information Technologies in Management Department, GSOM SPbU.



Professor Tatiana A. Gavrilova  focuses on the following topics in her research: Knowledge Engineering, Knowledge Management, Ontologies for Teaching and Management, ICT in Blended Education. She has published more than 180 papers and publications, including books, textbooks, articles in academic and professional journals.


Professor Tatiana A. Gavrilova  is the head of the research team  of the project “Innovations in Company Knowledge Management: Typology, Methodology and Recommendations (INNOVARRA)”.






Dmitry Kudryavtsev – Associate Professor, Information Technologies in Management Department, GSOM SPbU.



His research interests include enterprise architecture management, enterprise engineering, knowledge engineering, knowledge management and management information systems. Associate Professor Dmitry Kudryavtsev is the author of more than 50 academic papers and publications.






Mariya A. Molodchik – Associate Professor, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Perm.



Her professional interests include knowledge management, intellectual capital inputs and outcomes, company value and self-organizing system.





Giovanni Schiuma – Professor of Innovation Management  at University of Basilicata (Italy), Vice Mayor and Deputy Mayor for Economic Development, Strategic Planning and Innovation, Matera City Council (Italy).



His research topics include the value of arts in management/business, knowledge asset & intellectual capital management, performance measurement and management, innovation and change management.



He serves as Chief-Editor of the journal “Knowledge Management Research and Practice” and as Co-Editor in Chief of the international journal “Measuring Business Excellence”. Giovanni chairs the International Forum on Knowledge Assets Dynamics. He is widely renowned for his work on the use of the arts for business, as well as his work on assessing and managing knowledge assets. His recent book “The Value of Arts for Business” by Cambridge University Press is regarded as a seminal text on how the arts, in the form of Arts-based Initiatives (ABIs), can transform business models.



 Time and place



When: October 10 – 11, 2016


Where: GSOM SPbU, downtown campus (Volkhovskiy,3)



 Have questions?

Anna Menshikova

Head of Research Projects Department


Tel.: (812) 323 84 53