Overall, 40 papers were accepted, with the acceptance rate of 30 per cent.We are happy to mention the increasing quality of papers and poster presentations, and the raise of the conference recognition in Russia and abroad.A nationwide census taken in AD 280, following the reunification of the Three Kingdoms under the Jin shows a total of 2,459,840 households and 16,163,863 individuals which was only a fraction of the 10,677,960 households, and 56,486,856 individuals reported during the Han era. Bad news bears, singles: released the results of a survey that shows the dating rules and habits have changed. But even though the playing field has become a bit of uncharted territory, some traditional dating do's and dont's still apply.
The middle part of the period, from 220 and 263, was marked by a more militarily stable arrangement between three rival states of Wei, Shu, and Wu.Held for the second time in June 21-23, 2017 in St.Petersburg, Russia, it brought together more than 80 scholars and experts to discuss the transformative impact of digital technologies on the way we communicate, work and live.Furthermore, there were two more keynote speeches presented during the conference. King-wa Fu from the University of Hong-Kong shared the results of his research on the Internet-censorship in China and the ways to reveal its algorithms by new ICTs. Carlos Gershenson (National Autonomous University of Mexico) elaborated on the “Future of Urban Mobility” and digital transformations of urban life are more likely in the near future. We thank all the Program Committee members and reviewers, session chairs and authors, as well as the conference staff for their efforts to make DTGS’17 possible and successful. Sc., Professor, Deputy Director of HSE Campus at St. Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Humanities at HSE. Chugunov, ITMO University – Head Yury Kabanov, National Research University Higher School of Economics Olessia Yu.following the Han dynasty and preceding the Jin dynasty.