Levi Dmitri

PHD in political science, associate professor

Education and work:

In 2000 he graduated from the Bachelor"s Degree in International Relations at St. Petersburg State University. Diploma with honors.
In 2002 he graduated from the Faculty of International Relations (Regional Studies, European Studies). Diploma with honors.
Since 2004 - candidate of political sciences.
Since 2003 - teaches at the faculty, now is an assistant professor of the Department of European Studies at the Faculty of International Relations.

Current position and work activity:
Since 2000 - the faculty member, since 2004 - the head of the information service and work with the press.
From 2007 to 2011, the head of the Information Technology and Information Support Department (OIITO).
The editor-in-chief of the St. Petersburg International.
Since 2007 - 2013 Program Manager Applied Informatics.
Since 2008 - Member of the Academic Council of the Faculty.
From 2011 - 2014 Deputy Head of the Department of Information Technologies in International Relations, Political Science, Sociology and Economics USAID SPbU

Honorary titles and awards:

He was awarded the diploma of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.

Main areas of scientific interests:

The process of political lobbying in the EU and Russia.
Business PR and advertising technologies. Political PR. Political advertising and Internet measurement of communication and advertising technologies. Commercial, social advertising, PR in the Internet and traditional mass media.
Technologies for monitoring and managing public opinion.
International Information Management. Information management systems in international commercial and public organizations.
Brand Management
Software in an international multilingual environment: problems of development, international copyright protection.
Netocracy: the phenomenon of the development of information networks. Motivational potential of information networks in political science. The phenomenon of netocracy as a factor of global development.

Membership in scientific societies and international activities:
Member of the Russian Association of Political Science

Knowledge of foreign languages:

English (fluent)

Participation in international programs and projects:

Co-founder of the international educational project The Bridges Network project (1999)