On November, 27, 2012 IGUMO holds grand scientific conference “ Current Scientific Problems: IGUMO as a Research Center».
The present-day science is characterized by interdisciplinary cooperation. This cooperation is conditioned by transfer of a specific scientific view of the world presentations and methodological research tools from one scientific field to. Natural sciences aggressively interfere in the field of the humanities. The humanities take part in the creation of a new paradigm of the world scientific perception. The 20th century is considered to be characterized by a rapid development of the fields connected with natural sciences, while the 21st century becomes an age of human intelligence power research. The aim of the present-day science is to form a conception that human being is a new subject of research. Human being is a part of both society and nature, an active creature that learns and changes the world.
The professors of the Institute for the Humanities and IT conduct both conceptual and empiric research. The choice is conditioned by the level of the scholars’ professional maturity. Ten full Professors (Doctors of Science – PhD) and fifty three Associate Professors (Candidates of Science – PhD) work at the 22 IGUMO professorial chairs. The research activity is conducted in 6 research areas, its members being responsible for the planning of research activity, the defense of theses, the preparing and publishing of the research data. These areas are:
Modern Problems of Civil Jurisprudence;
Systematic Learning of Languages of Professional Communication;
Psychological problems of Personality and Behavior;
Criminological Problems of Crime Control;
Innovational Business Activity of Market Participants;
Mathematical Modeling of Complex Systems.