From September 9 – 12 I will be in Russia to attend the International Youth Innovative Forum “Interra“:
“The International Youth Innovation Forum Interra is an open space for creativity, debates, scientific and expert discussions, exhibitions, competitions, intensive immersion into a special environment forming innovative thinking and special entrepreneurial spirit that should allow the country “to surpass not just catch up” in all spheres of science, economics and social development.
Novosibirsk will become the center for meetings and work of young scientific and creative teams from every corner of the world from the 10th to the 12th of September in 2009 again. The Innovative Forum “Interra” upholds the unique traditions of interscientific and interdisciplinary research and discoveries established by the founders of the Novosibirsk Academgorodok.”
I’m one of two bloggers sponsored by the German Goethe Institute in Novosibirsk who will attend the forum and blog about it (the other one is Marco Fieber). The forum has a full program stretched over four days. There will be a public debate on “Regulating behavior in the blogosphere – necessity and possibility”. We’ve been having this discussion in Germany and I’m looking forward to get an insight into the stances of Russian bloggers on this topic that ranges from netiquette to censorship.