in cooperation with
in cooperation with
Ludwigshafen University of Business and Society
Professor Rainer Busch is a graduate of the University of Applied Sciences in Bielefeld, Germany (B.A.) and received his doctorate in international management from Bremen University, Germany. Before coming to Ludwigshafen University, Rainer Busch held different international management positions (Wolf Gardening Tools, Wella International). At Ludwigshafen University he is teaching international marketing since 1990. His research interests in management revolve around leadership styles, business ethics, institutions, and networks. In addition to research and teaching he is currently vice president for international and research. Also, he is, together with Christian May, co-founder of MayConsult, an international management start-up of Ludwigshafen University.
Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje
Ivan Chorbev, Ph.D., is a the Dean and a professor at the Faculty for Computer Science and Engineering at the Ss.Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje. He has participated in more than 95 scientific papers in journals and conference proceedings, book chapters, and has performed several research stays as visiting scientist. He is an author of 2 books. He has been part of or coordinated several national or EU funded research projects. The fields of his research interests include combinatorial optimization, heuristic algorithms, constraint programming, web development technologies, application of computer science in medicine and telemedicine, Medical expert systems, Assistive technologies, Knowledge extraction, Machine learning, Data Mining, Learning Management Systems.
Vice-Dean (Education) & Professor of European Politics
Professor Adam Fagan joined the Department of Political Economy on Queen Mary – University of London in 2019 as Professor of European Politics, as well as Vice-Dean (Education) for the Faculty of Social Science and Public Policy. Adam held a Chair at Queen Mary University of London, where he was also Head of the School of Politics and International Relations.
Professor Adam Fagan, BSc (Bradford) MA (Manchester) PhD (Manchester)
Adam’s research primarily focuses on the Europeanization of South-East Europe and the Western Balkans, with particular reference to judicial reform, civil society development and environmental governance in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Kosovo. In addition, Adam has recently started to work on populism and the far-right in post-communist Europe, focusing in particular on the interaction between far-right parties and civil society networks. In collaboration with Stijn van Kessel (QMUL), he is also conducting research on pro-EU activism in the UK.
Adam is also Senior Editor of East European Politics.
Adam’s work has been funded by the AHRC, the British Academy, and the Leverhulme Foundation.
He is Head of School, holds a chair in European Politics at QMUL, and is also Professorial Fellow at the London School of Economics (LSEE – LSE South East Europe Research).
This conference aims to bring together researchers, scientists and scholar students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results about all aspects of Social, Economic, Legal and Technological considerations.