III Conference 2011

Conference 2011

Research & Education Centre for e-Governance

with the financial support of the National Science Fund

JUNE 19- 22, 2011,
Sozopol, Bulgaria

St Post conference event: Videoconference work shop “Place and Role of the e-Collaboration Forms for Democratization” will held on 22.06.2011. For participation on site or on-line, please write to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Dear Colleagues,

The information about III INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE “E-GOVERNANCE” is presented on http://fman.tu-sofia.bg. The application form must be submitted till 05 of March 2011 via http://fman.tu-sofia.bg also.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the conference.

With best regards,
Organising committee

INVITATION     (.doc file)
St application FORM

Honorary Chairman:
Prof. Dr. N. Kaloyanov – Vice Rector of TU-Sofia
Vice Chairman:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. I. Dakov – (Bulgaria)
Prof. Dr.Sc.  R. Tsankova -  (Bulgaria)

Prof. Dr. Sc. V. Gerasimchuk - (Ukraine)
Prof. Dr. B. Nedeltcheva (Bulgaria)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. M. Acar (Turkey)
Ass. Prof. Dr. W. Castelnovo – (Italy)
Dr. C. Leitner – (Austria)
Dr. N. Dubro – (Latvia)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. I. Paligorov –  (Bulgaria)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. L. Mechkarov –  (Bulgaria)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. M. Malinov – (Bulgaria)
Dr. S. Borisova –  (Bulgaria)
Dr. R. Trifonov - (Bulgaria)
Dr. Al. Ugrinoski – (Macedonia)
Ass. Prof. D. Dimov –  (Bulgaria)

Prof. Dr. M. Velev – (Bulgaria)
Vice Chairman:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. O. Andreev - (Bulgaria)

Prof. Dr. A. Syvajarvi - (Finland)
Prof. Dr. L.Matej - (Romania)
Prof. Dr. L. Mladkova – (Czech Republic)
Prof. Dr. Z. Aktas – (Turkey)
Prof. Dr. R. Polenakovik - (Macedonia)
Prof. Dr. R. Riedl  – (Germany)
Prof. Dr.Sc. L. Dakovski (Bulgaria)
Prof. Dr.Sc. K. Peeva – (Bulgaria)
Prof. Dr.Sc. P.Cosic – (Croatia)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. A. Pabedinskaite - (Lithuania)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. M. Aladjem –  (Bulgaria)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. G. Manliev - (Bulgaria)
Assoc. Prof. Dr. J.Dimitrov  – (Bulgaria)
Dr. I.Tallo – (Estonia)

Ass. Prof. N. Gilina (Bulgaria)

Notes to authors
1.The full text of the papers should not be longer than 6 pages, including figures and tables.
2.Electronic copy send by e-mail should be submitted to the
e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
3.All papers sent before the deadline and fulfilling the scientific field and typescript formation conditions will be published after being positive reviewed by the international committee.
4.The full text of the typescript formation requirements will be published in http://fman.tu-sofia.bg till 15 march 2011.
5.Each author can participate with a maximum of two papers, whether alone or as a co-author.
6.Presentation and discussion of a paper is 15 minutes. The necessary technical equipment is available.
7.Working languages: English, Russian and Bulgarian.
8.One copy of conference proceeding is provided for each presented paper.

February 15, 2011 - Submission of the application form;
March 15, 2011 – Acceptance by the organizing committee of the application form;
April 15, 2011 - Submission of the full text of the papers, in compliance with the requirements;
May 15, 2011 - Sending of the Conference program;
May 30, 2010 – Submission of the registration form
June 19 - 20, 2011  - Registration of the participants in the Sozopol Holiday station of TU-Sofia;
June 20, 2011 -  Plenary session, sectional sessions and scientific discussions;
June 21-22, 2011 - Sectional sessions, scientific discussions; seminars, video conferencing and final session.


1. Education in e-Governance
The sustainable economic and social development poses a wide range of challenges to their е-management and  respectively to the training in this area.
E-government affects the contemporary information society leading to multiple positive social and economic outcomes. The thematic orientation focuses on the benefits of using information and communication technologies and to achieve sustainable economic development and democratization of the society. The scientific researches in these areas generate knowledge that should be included directly in the learning process.
The main objective of this thematic area is to build a variety of  different views, methods and tools for integrating the research and teaching. It is expected proposals and experience for dissemination of research results through the educational process. Could be presented and ideas for discussion sessions and educational workshops for young scientists.

2. E-Governance in Business
E-governance is a factor in technological innovation and reinvention of the administrative management processes.
The synergy effect is derived from lower administrative costs and faster response to business demands. A big advantage of e-Business governance is the accuracy of the information generated in real time and transparent access to electronic services.
E-Governance is closely linked to and strongly influenced the business modeling, evaluation,  certification and its integration, which are expected sharing of theoretical research and practical results. It is encouraged the submission of works to improve the effectiveness and competitiveness of business at all levels, stages and phases. It is expected and proposals for expansion space, time and availability of business infrastructure and services her
It is crucial to improving the quality of administrative services for business at all levels, stages and phases.  It also includes expansion of the place, time and availability of business infrastructure and services.

3. E-Governance in Public Administration
The invasion of the information communication technologies (ICT) as well as in administrative management practices and in shaping the institutional environment is necessary to keep vital systems of governance in a globalizing economy. On-line management has an important role for active participation of citizens in all processes of society.
By e-Governance can be acheved more effective management at all levels (central and local), more convenient government services, greater public access to information and more accountability to citizens through the use of ICT. It is also a tool for citizens in the direction of higher activity and their role in the development of democratic processes.
It is expected in this thematic area to share researches and "best practices" that have an impact on social development and quality of public administration. Information and knowledge about "good governance " are also welcome.

4. Discussion forum – application of video-conferencing technology for e-democracy

It is expected the results of research involving the use of videoconference technology to contribute to the implementation of various initiatives for electronic collaboration in the administrative and management area as well as in particular for the expansion of the electronic democracy.
Working in professional networks in conjunction with e-Governance requires the presentation of separate development and expansion of contacts in thematic and practical aspects of national, regional and international levels. The main objective of such cooperation is the exchange of information and knowledge, leading to greater efficiency and effectiveness.
Integration of research teams working in this area affects the overall policy by sharing experience, training, leading to sustainability of results and is a means to actually achieve "good governance".

The application form must be submitted till 15 of February, 2011 via http://fman.tu-sofia.bg