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MODERN ACHIEVEMENTS OF
SCIENCE AND EDUCATION

15-th Ukrainian-Israeli Scientific Conference,

September 16-23, 2020, Netanya (Israel)

Topics of Interest

The main purpose of the conference is to exchange experience and achievements in science and technology, modern technologies, including educational, between scientists, educators and industrialists of Ukraine and Israel. The topics of the conference cover a variety of scientific and educational tasks, the solution of which will promote scientific and technological progress. The main directions of the conference.

Technical Science:

  • new methods for improving quality and reliability in mechanical engineering;
  • increasing the strength of machines under static, cyclic and dynamic loads;
  • dynamics of rotor systems and vibration processes;
  • problems of dynamics and durability of machines;
  • material science section;
  • information technology section;
  • improving the quality and reliability of electronic equipment and power systems;
  • increasing the reliability and durability of building materials;
  • special issues section;
  • reliability engineering;
  • quality engineering;
  • data collection and analysis;
  • quality planning and measurements;
  • total quality management techniques;
  • experimental design for quality control.

Pedagogy and Education:

  • section of Higher Education problems;
  • section of Tertiary Education problems;
  • section of Innovative Learning Strategies;
  • section of Educational Technologies;
  • section of Teaching and Learning.

The program of the conference is scheduled to meet with representatives of the Embassy of Ukraine in Israel, reports by representatives of scientific, educational institutions and industrial enterprises of Israel.

Paper Submission

At the time of submission, all papers must conform to the Format and Submission Guideline set in advance. All submissions must be in English and in PDF format. Submissions that do not comply with the above instructions will be rejected without review.

Each submission will be reviewed by three members of the Program Committee and evaluated on originality, contribution, soundness, presentation and relatedness. The program committee as a whole will make final decisions about which submissions to accept for presentation at the conference.

Conference Languages

The working languages of the conference are English, Ukrainian and Russian.

Abstract Submission

Prospective authors are invited to submit their full manuscripts as a file (Microsoft Word) by e-mail to: iftomm@ukr.net. 4 full pages of manuscript - paper size A5 in the Ukrainian, Russian or English language should be formatted according to the offered scheme. The deadline for paper submission is August 1, 2020. Pictures in the text can be *.gif, *.jpg, *.bmp or any other format. To save quality of pictures do not use Microsoft Word drawing editor.

The paper will only be included in the Conference Proceedings after receipt of one registration fee on time, i.e. up to June 1, 2020.

Full Paper Submission on Reliability of Mechanical Systems and Manufacturing Processes

  • full length papers are submitted electronically before the relevant deadline (see Important Dates);
  • full length papers should be prepared according to the author's guidelines of Springer;
  • all papers that correspond to submission guidelines will be peer-reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical and/or research content/depth, correctness, originality, completeness, relevance to the conference topics, contributions, and readability;
  • acceptance notification will be sent to authors on June 15, 2020, via email. The authors of the accepted papers will be allowed to make corrections in accordance with the suggestions of the reviewers and submit final camera-ready papers on June 25, 2020;
  • only selected papers will be submitted for review to Springer for possible publication in Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering indexed in Scopus

Presentation Instructions

  • Your oral presentation should not exceed 15 minutes If your presentation stretches over 15 minutes, you must end your presentation to ensure strict adherence to the program;
  • Your presentation will be followed by a Question and Answer (Q/A) session not exceeding 5 minutes;
  • Please submit your presentation file(s) as PDF or Microsoft PowerPoint to the section helper at the end of the preceding session, or at least 5 minutes before the start of your session at the respective venue;
  • Please also meet up with the Chairperson of your session to inform them of your presence.
  • To minimize technical difficulties and time wastage, all presentation files will be preloaded onto a common Windows-based computer ready for use at the session venue. The use of individual personal computers or laptops is not allowed It is advisable to bring along your PDF or Microsoft Powerpoint file both on a CD and on a USB storage device as a backup.

Programm Committee on Technical Science

Prof. Royzman, Vilen Khmelnytsky National University, Ukraine
Prof. Goldengorin, Boris I. Ohio University, USA
Prof. Milman Yuly Institute for Problems of Materials Science National Academy of Sciences in Ukraine
Prof. Dobrzañski Leszek Science Center, Gliwice, Poland
Prof. Cherepin, V. T. Kurdyumov Institute for Metal Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
Prof. Sobczuk Henryk Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Prof. Pietraszek Jacek Director of the Institute of Krakow Polytechnic University, Poland
Prof. Korobko Evguenia A.V. Luikov Heat and Mass Transfer Institute of NAS of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus
Prof. Bubulis Algimantas Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Prof. Panovko Grigoriy Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation
Prof. Kwasniewski Janusz AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow MP, Poland
Prof. Matsevity Yurii Academician of the NAS of Ukraine, Scientific Research Institute of Mechanical Engineering of the NAS of Ukraine, Kharkov, Ukraine
Prof. Gudramovich Vadym National Academy of Sciences in Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine
Dr. Goroshko Andrii Khmelnitsky National University, Ukraine
Prof. Shevelya, V. V. Khmelnytsky National University, Khmelnitsky, Ukraine
Prof. Wasag Henryk Politechnika Lubelska, Lublin, Poland
Prof. Shorr Boris Central Institute of Aviation Motors, Moscow, Moscow, Russian Federation
Prof. Franchuk Vsevolod National Mining University, Dnipro, Ukraine
Prof. Wróbel Gabriel Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland
Prof. Ogorodnikov Vitalii Vinnytsia National Technical University, Vinnytsia, Ukraine
Prof. Natriashvili Tamaz Dvali Institute of Machine Mechanics, Tbilisi, Georgia
Prof. Khajiyeva Lelya Al Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Prof. Steblyanko P.A. Dneprodzerzhinsk State Technical University, Ukraine
Prof. Preigerman L.M. Israel Independent Academy for the Development of Sciences, Israel

Programm Committee on Pedagogy and Education

Prof. Menshikov Vladimir Daugavpils University, Daugavpils, Latvia
Prof. Lapinskyi Vitalii. NAES of Ukraine
Prof. Korejova Tatiana University of Zilina, Zilina, Slovakia
Prof. Podgórecki Józef University of Opole, Poland
Prof. Kartashova Liubov NAES of Ukraine
Prof. Bajtoš, Ján University of P.J. Safaric, Košice, Slovakia
Prof. Dzvinchuk Dmytro Ivano Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas, Ukraine
Prof. Tymoshko Hanna State Institution of Higher Education of University of Educational Management National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine
Dr. Maryna Zembytska Khmelnytsky National University, Ukraine
Prof. Zhavoronkova Galyna National Aviation University, Ukraine
Prof. Kuzmenko, Vasyl Kherson Academy of Continuing Education, Ukraine
Prof. Sliusarenko Nina Kherson State University, Ukraine
Prof. Tarkhan Lenuza Crimean Engineering and Pedagogical University, Crimea
Prof Zavgorodnia Tetiana Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Ukraine
Prof. Ridei Nataliia National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
Prof. Tverezovska Nina National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine
Prof. Amelina Svitlana National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine

Organizing Committee

Conference General Chair Prof. Vilen Royzman,Khmelnytsky National University, Ukraine
Conference Program Co-Chair Prof. Andrii Goroshko,Khmelnytsky National University, Ukraine
Conference Program Co-Chair Dr. Maryna Zembytska,Khmelnytsky National University, Ukraine

Organizers of the Conference

IFToMM

SNIO

Khmelnytsky National University

IIADS

IIADS

Rondo

Volume 1. Advances in Reliability of Mechanical Systems and Manufacturing Processes

Part 1. New methods for improving quality and reliability in mechanical engineering
  • Chernov, B., Martynyuk, T., Chernov, V. (Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas, Ukraine). Methods for Estimating Time-Dependent Reliability of Corroding Pipelines.

  • Postil, S. D. (Prof. of the Department of Intellectual Management and Computer Systems of University of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine). Current Trends in Mechanical Engineering.

  • Savchenko, Yu., Spivak, V.M. (National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kyiv, Ukraine). Enhancing Industrial Control System Reliability Through Cyber Security Management.

  • Zaloga, W., Dyadyura, K., Rybalka, I. (Sumy State University, Ukraine). Application of Process and Functional Approaches to Quality Management in the Machine-Building Organization.

  • Ziedan, Z. M., Ashraf, A. El-W., Ismaeel, Z. M. (Mansoura University, Egypt). Structural Deformation Analysis of Cylindrical Oil Storage Tank Using Geodetic Observations

Part 2. Dynamics of rotor systems and vibration processes
  • Bogdanova, Y., Gouskov, A. (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia). Methods of Ensuring the Required Dynamics of an AMB Supported Axial LVAD Rotor.

  • Danylchenko, Y., Petryshyn, A. (National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kyiv, Ukraine). Spindle Units on Rolling Bearings Diagnostics by Indirect Measurement of Spindle Vibration.

  • Drach, I., Royzman, V., Tkachuk, V., Goroshko, A. (Khmelnytskyi National University, Ukraine). System Analysis of Automatic Balancing (Self-Balancing) Machine Rotors with Liquid Working Bodies: a Case of Drum Type Washing Machines.

  • Zaloga, W., Shapoval, Y., Kolesnyk, V. (Sumy State University, Ukraine). Increasing the Efficiency of Parts Turning at Spindle Speed from 5,000 to 10,000 Rpm by Controlling the Dynamics of Machining.

Part 3. Increasing the strength of machines under static, cyclic and dynamic loads
  • Dobrzański, L. (Institute of Engineering Materials and Biomaterials, Silesian University of Technology, Poland). Laser Surface Remelting of Wrought and Sintered Austenitic Stainless Steel.

  • Dykha, A., Marchenko, D. (Khmelnytskyi National University, Ukraine). Increasing the Reliability and Wear Resistance of Cylindrical Blocks with Surface Plastic Deformation.

  • Kwaśniewski, J., Ireneusz, D. (Department of Process Control AGH – University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland). Autodyne Effect in Stress Measurement in Rocks.

  • Vorobiov, Y., Ovcharova, N. (National Technical University “Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kharkiv, Ukraine). Problems of High-Rate Deformation of Elements of Modern Technology Under the Influence of Impact and Impulse Loads.

Part 4. Creation of new materials
  • Garelienė, V., Bubulis, A., Navickas, J., Jurėnas, K. (Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania). Ultrasound Impact on Isolated Human Artery Samples in Vitro.

  • Khokhlov, M., Tunik, A., Khokhlova, Yu. (Institute of Electric Welding E.O. Paton NASU). Low-Temperature Technology Using Porous and Monolithic Alloys with Application of Mechanical and Chemical Activation.

  • Kostyuk, G. (National Aerospace University. N. E. Zhukovsky “KhAI”, Ukraine) A Study of Properties and Applications of Ionic Liquids in Energy Storage.

  • Natriashvili, T., Aneli, J., Shamanauri, L. (Institute of Machine Mechanics, Tbilisi, Georgia). Effect of Technological Factors on Electromagnetic Wave Absorption Properties of Polymer Composites.

  • Popova, T., Ukolov, A., (Kerch State Maritime Technological University). Studying Seawater Drop Properties on Superhydrophobic Surface.

  • Wrobel, G., Pawlak, S. (Institute of Engineering Materials and Biomaterials, Silesian University of Technology, Poland). Evaluation of Testing Method for Thermoprotective Polymer Composites as Passive High Temperature Shields.

  • Wasag, H. ( Lublin University of Technology, Poland). Air Treatment by Means of Fibrous Ion Exchangers.

Part 5. Improving the quality and reliability of electronic equipment and power systems
  • Denysiuk, S., Vasylenko, V. (National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”, Kyiv, Ukraine). Rank Analysis in the Problems of Optimization of Local Power Engineering.

  • Goroshko, A., Kovtun, I., Royzman, V. (Khmelnytsky National University, Ukraine). Acoustic Emission Diagnostics of Solder Joints on Printed Circuit Boards.

  • Horiaschenko, K. Stetcuk, V. (Khmelnytskyi National University, Ukraine). Modified Method of Spectral Analysis of the Reflection Signal for Damage Detection Systems in Power Lines.

  • Pidchenko, S., Taranchuk, A. (Khmelnytskyi National University, Ukraine). Principles of Constructing Invariant Piezoresonance Devices Based on Adaptive Multifrequency Systems with a Predictive Standard.

Part 6. Increasing the reliability and durability of building materials
  • Natriashvili, T., Chelidze, M., Nizharadze, D., Javakhishvili, J. (Institute of Machine Mechanics, Tbilisi, Georgia) A New Method for Determining an Acoustical Characteristic of Building Materials.

  • Zakharchenko, P., Gavrysh, О., Zakharienkov, R. (Kyiv Nationality University of Building and Architecture, Ukraine). The Industry of Building Materials of Ukraine in the Context of Globalization.

Volume 2. Higher Education Research in the 21st Century

  • Bajtos, J. Increasing Teaching Effectiveness Through Microteaching.

  • Bakhmat, N. Professional Education of Primary School Teachers: Analyzing the Experience of the EU Countries.

  • Bakhtina, G. Solving the Problem of Personality in Management Activities of Pedagogical Staff of the University in the Context of Sustainable Development.

  • Briukhovetskyi, V. The Relevance of Standardized Testing Score as the Basic Criterion for Admission to HEIs.

  • Dąbrowska, A., Klimontowski, P. (University of Opole, Poland) Developing Digital Competence in Pre-Service Teacher Training.

  • Gurzhii, A. (National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine). The Challenges of E-Textbook Design and its Use in Tertiary Education.

  • Gorban, O. Fostering Self-Regulated Language Learning in a Technology Enhanced L2 Classroom.

  • Kachala, T., Temchenko, А., Tryus, Y. Systems Approach to Implementing Cloud Technologies in the Educational Process of Technical University.

  • Kartashova, L. Synergy of Digital Technologies and Public Relations: Skills Improvement.

  • Kostenko, D. Theoretical Approaches to Defining the Concept of Multicultural Сompetence.

  • Kowalski, W. The Design of Tangible User Interfaces for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

  • Kozak, N. Creating a Respectful and Productive Learning Environment for Inclusive Teaching in HEIs.

  • Ladohubets, N. Principles and Objectives of Monitoring Surveys in Educational Research.

  • Lapinsky, V. Principles of Visibility and Accessibility in Electronic Educational Resources.

  • Manziy, H. Promotong Subject-Specific Professional Development of Teachers Through Successful University-School Partnerships.

  • Musorina, M. Facilitating Activities and Discussions that Promote Students’ Cognitive Engagement.

  • Osikovych, Zh. The Tendencies of Development of Ukrainian-Polish Cooperation in Education and Science During 1991–2012.

  • Plish, I. Open Electronic Educational Resources: Technological Solutions.

  • Podlasov, S. Statistical Analysis of Testing Tools for Measuring Students' Progress in the Course of Physics.

  • Prus, O. Public Administration of Higher Education in Ukraine in the Context of Globalization.

  • Prodous, S. Teaching Innovations in Social Sciences: Strategies and Innovations for Interactive Instruction.

  • Romanyuk, T. Innovative Teaching and Learning Practices Using Student Partnerships.

  • Rogoza, D. Increasing Students’ English Profeciency Through Authentic Learning-Environments, Experiences and Field Work.

  • Shalda, T. The Development of Web-Textbook for Students’ Self-Study Within the Vocational Education System.

  • Smyrnova, I. Modeling Teachers’ Professional Competence in Higher Education as a Multi-Dimensional Construct.

  • Smyrnova, I. Modeling Teachers’ Professional Competence in Higher Education as a Multi-Dimensional Construct.

  • Zavalniuk, O., Zavalniuk, I., Nesterenko, V. Encouraging Research Among Cadets as Part of Their Professional Training.

  • Zembytska, M. The Strategies of Pronunciation Skills Development in L2 Instruction.

  • Zvarych, P. Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Moodle-Based Course of Physics. A Case Study in Two Ukrainian Universities.

Registration Policy

Every paper must have at least one paid before June 1 in order to be included in the conference proceedings. Participants who cannot attend the conference directly must register and indicate their participation in absentia.

Internship Abroad

As a result of the conference participants will receive a certificate confirming the completion of the internship in the amount of 108 hours. The certificate will be issued by the Israeli Independent Academy for Development of Sciences (האקדמיה העצמאית לפיתוח מדע בישראל).

Registration fee

There are three different levels of registration fee:

Participants Type Fee Registration Fee Includes

Regular Author or Accompanying Person (departure from Kyiv)

$910 USD

  • admission to all conference sessions;
  • one conference bag (participant ID, conference program, stationery, other accompanying materials);
  • one paper in Conference Proceedings;
  • certificate of Participation;
  • certificate confirming their 108-hour internship on Innovation in Science and Education (The experience of Israel).
  • air flight Kiev-Tel-Aviv-Kiev;
  • accommodation near the sea in a double room in Park Hotel Netanya 3*+;
  • double meals (breakfasts and dinners);
  • transfer from the airport to the hotel and back;

Regular Author or Accompanying Person (foreign departures)

$720 USD

  • admission to all conference sessions;
  • one conference bag (participant ID, conference program, stationery, other accompanying materials);
  • one paper in Conference Proceedings;
  • certificate of Participation;
  • certificate confirming their 108-hour internship on Innovation in Science and Education (The experience of Israel).
  • accommodation near the sea in a double room in Park Hotel Netanya 3*+;
  • double meals (breakfasts and dinners);

Distance Participation

₴250 UAH

  • one paper in Conference Proceedings;
  • certificate of Participation.

The specified amount of the registration fee for participation in the conference can be paid up to August 1, 2020 in the bank account of the travel company-organizer:

acc. 26007060405591 in the CIVILITY BRANCH of KB "PRIVATBANK", MFO 300711, code EDRPOU 30057255, Recipient: LLC "Rondo". Purpose of payment: "Service of the conference of the ...(participant name)."
Phon. 0667915330. Address 01034. Kyiv, 37 Olesya Gonchar Str. The participant pays the bank services independently. Commercial Course USD to UAH on the site of the tour operator.

Important Dates

Deadline
Abstracts/Full-Text Paper Submission Deadline June 1, 2020
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection June 15, 2020
Registration Fees August 1, 2020
Conference Dates September 16-23, 2020 р.

Conference Venue

Park Hotel

The conference will be held at the Park Hotel in Netanya, Israel. Plenary and field meetings will be held at Galilee Technology College in Netanya.

Netanya, also spelled Natanya, city, west-central Israel. It lies on the Mediterranean coast, 19 miles (30 km) north of Tel Aviv–Yafo. Netanya was founded in 1928 and named for the American-Jewish merchant and philanthropist Nathan Straus (1848–1931). The site was originally established as a noncollective agricultural settlement (moshav) devoted to citrus cultivation. Jewish immigration from Nazi-held European countries after 1933, and further immigration after World War II, gave it an increasingly urban character, and Netanya is now the focus of a large urban agglomeration. Diamond cutting and polishing, which constitutes one of Israel’s most important industries, is centred there. Although diamond trading is principally conducted on the Diamond Exchange at Ramat Gan, most of the actual workshops are at Netanya. A new industrial area developed in Netanya since 1950–52 includes textile mills and factories producing rubber and plastic articles, complex machinery, and raw materials for the pharmaceutical industries. Just south of the city is one of Israel’s largest breweries. Netanya has also developed as a resort centre. Inc. 1948. Pop. (2006 est.) 173,300.

Passport and Visa Requirements

Conference attendees must possess a passport valid for at least three months after the end of the conference. Citizens of some countries cannot enter Israel without a valid visa. Those requiring a visa should apply immediately to the consular office or embassy of Israel in their country in order to avoid delay. Visit the website of Foreign Ministry of Israel for more details.

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Accomodation

The participants of the conference will be accommodated in hotels in Netanya on the Mediterranean coast. The cost of participation in the conference of one person or accompanying person for 8 days/7 nights is:

USA 910$ when staying at Park Hotel Netanya 3 * + and includes:

  • air flight Kiev-Tel-Aviv-Kiev;
  • accommodation near the sea in a double room;
  • double meals (breakfasts and dinners);
  • transfer from the airport to the hotel and back;
  • organizational costs for the conference.

USA 860$ when staying at Galil Hotel 3*+ and includes::

  • air flight Kiev-Tel-Aviv-Kiev;
  • accommodation near the sea in a double room;
  • double meals (breakfasts and dinners);
  • transfer from the airport to the hotel and back;
  • three day excursions (Jerusalem + Bethlehem, Galilee, Dead Sea)
  • organizational costs for the conference.

Participants can choose a stay option. When staying in a single room, the cost is increased.

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