Russian Innovation Convention

Science
as a source of development

05/12/2013

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Russian Innovation Convention 2013

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About the Convention

Russian Innovation Convention (RIC) – is an annual Russian professionally oriented event, which gathers about 1000 young scientists, Russian inventors, entrepreneurs, leading representatives of the community of innovators, investors and researchers, the well-known Russian politicians, Russian and foreign public figures to discuss the future technologies and global trends of science, technology, entrepreneurship.

Since 2008 the Russian Innovation Convention has become the starting point for the launch of dozens of high-tech projects in various sectors of economy. Through the participation in the program by the authors of inventions it was attracted more than 1 billion rubles. The amount of 16 million rubles was presented to developers. 35 million rubles was issued as grants. Many of the startups that were open by the Convention have successfully entered the international markets.

The Russian Innovation Convention is devoted to the topic- “Science as a source of life”. Its program is focused on a new generation of young scientists and inventors who are ready to break through from idea to creating a strong research and manufacturing company. International stars of science, renowned young scientists and inventors, futurists and scientific observers are invited to take part in the Convention.

Traditionally, the results of the contest of innovative projects and the announcement of the winners of the Zvorykin National Award for Innovations will become the culmination of the Convention. Perhaps it is the 2013 Award winners who will become the founders of the technology corporations of the future.

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Time Events
08:00 – 09:30 Transfer of the participants
09:00 – 10:00 Registration of participants, welcome coffee, interaction 1 floor Welcome zone
09:00 – 19:00 Congress Hall Coworking Expert Hall 1,
Expert Hall 2
10:00 – 10:45 Science as a global system    
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10:45 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 12:00 Fundamental and applied science. Special features of translation of inventions. Biotechnologies Meeting of the Board of Expert Council of the Zvorykin National Award for Innovations in:
“Clean technologies”,
“New materials”
nominations (closed event)
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12:00 – 12:30 Break
12:30 – 13:30 International Integration and mobility Robotechnics and machine intelligence Meeting of the Board of Expert Council of the Zvorykin National Award for Innovations in:
“Biomedical technologies”,
“Information technologies”
nominations (closed event)
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13:30 – 14:30 Lunch Buffet
14:30 – 15:30 Technological world Trends New energetics. Science and technologies: anticipating global challenges and risks Meeting of the Board of Expert Council of the Zvorykin National Award for Innovations in
“Equipment engineering“
nomination (closed event)
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15:30 – 16:00 Break
16:00 – 17:00 Chronicles of intellectual property, Clash of the Titans New materials  
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17:00 – 17:30 Break
17:30 – 18:30 Debate Club Science battle  
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18:30 - 18:45 Break / Show Art Science    
18:45 – 19:30 Awarding Ceremony of the Zvorykin National Award for Innovations    
19:30 – 21:30 Evening buffet ( 3 floor)
21:30 – 22:00 Departure of the participants
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Theme:
Science as a global system
Time:
10:00 – 10:45
Hall:
Congress Hall
Speakers:
Dvorkovich Arkadiy Vladimirovich, Anthony Atala, Livanov Dmitriy Viktorovich, Shmulevich Mark Mikhailovich, Belokonev Sergey Yurievich, Aleksandrov Anatoliy Aleksandrovich
Brief description:
With the advent of global information networks and modern scientific journals that are published online, science finally became global. According to statistics, at least 35 % of researches is published in close collaboration of scientists from several countries. In recent years, new players - the rapidly developing countries of the third world, such as China, India and Brazil - broke into the list of the most successful and the most published scientific powers. At the same time, the traditional “scientific super giants“- the U.S., EU and Japan – are not going to reduce investments in science and continue to occupy leading positions in the field of quality and citation of scientific discoveries, complementing them with active commercialization of scientific developments. Modern science is a complex, multi-polar system consisting of a large number of centers and networks linking them. The country’s success in science now depends on the ability to build a strategy, find a niche and to get integrated into global networks.
Theme:
Fundamental and applied science. Special features of translation of inventions.
Time:
11:00 – 12:00
Hall:
Congress Hall
Speakers:
Shmulevich Mark, Aseev Aleksandr, Titov Ruslan
Brief description:
Special features of translation of inventions. It’s assumed that the commercialization of science and technologies - it is a quite technical thing: at a sufficient number of venture funds, incubators and accelerators in the state all will happen by itself. However, the primary act of commercialization of any technology – the transition of a technology from “fundamental” science into “applied” - should be done by a scientist oneself, through asking the question: “How can we apply this invention in practice?” This question should be asked long before we can talk about direct commercialization; but without the question, without the vision of practical implementation and of the value of work, the subsequent translation of science into the project will be impossible. Experts in the field of translational science - about young science broadly.
Theme:
Robotechnics and machine intelligence
Time:
11:00 – 12:00
Hall:
Coworking
Speakers:
Christian Gjorret, Francesco Ferro, Se Kyong Song, Giorgio Metta, Nigel Ackland, moderator - BeliyVladimir
Brief description:
Robotechnics is undergoing a renaissance after a decline and a loss of interest in 90s. With the emergence of integrated solutions for robotics of production and businesses in general, there is a mass of social and economic problems that appear for the first time. Will there be new luddits requiring “to fire robots”? Will a person feel comfortable to work side by side with a robot? In what condition are the works on inventing robots with group behavior and similarity of intelligence? Cooperation with what branches of science will become the future of robotics?
Theme:
International Integration and mobility
Time:
12:30 – 13:30
Hall:
Congress Hall
Speakers:
Smelyanskiy Ruslan, Kukushkin Yuri, Tobias Stuedemann, Gary Fowler, Lawrence Wright, Maksim Kiselev
Brief description:
International integration of scientific communities takes place at an increasing pace. Scientific information has never been so available, the exchange of ideas has never happened so fast. In the world there are many programs to ensure the mobility of young scientists; there are greatest opportunities to participate in international events, to build international career. What tools are most suitable for the construction of national and international information-sharing systems? What is the future of the business models of scientific journals?
Theme:
Biotechnologies
Time:
12:30 – 13:30
Hall:
Coworking
Speakers:
Poletaev Aleksandr, Batin Mikhail, Klyucharev Basil, Nigel Ackland, Anthony Atala, moderator: Yuriy Kukushkin
Brief description:
Scientists go from printing of stem cells and tissues to printing of organs. Combining interconnected cells and biological materials they prepare organs for transplantation and even whole organisms. Recent advances in various fields of biology, physics, chemistry and computer technologies significantly brought us closer to understanding many of the principles of living organisms. Widely discussed the convergence of technologies, including nanotechnology, biotechnology, information and cognitive technologies; and what is the role of biotechnologies and can they become the center of such a union? What are the objectives of mega- projects that appeared recently: 3D- BIO printing, modeling of a human brain, what are their chances for success? Are there opportunities to lengthen life significantly due to the early diagnosis of diseases? What happens in the interface zone between a man and a computer?
Theme:
New energetics .Science and technologies: anticipating global challenges and risks.
Time:
14:30 – 15:30
Hall:
Coworking
Speakers:
Pershukov Vyacheslav, Boris Reutov, Kashyrin Alexander, Michael Mayor, Stocking Alexander, moderator Kuzichev Anatoly
Brief description:
Modern science has become a strategic resource for the development of all types of society and humans in particular. From providing “military engineering thought” science has moved to combating consequences of climate disasters, social upheavals and terrorism attacks. Environmental disasters, urban growth, increasing mobility of population, power, criminal, anthropogenic threats and a number of other risks form new challenges for the humankind. Is science ready to anticipate disasters or is it going to remain a tool for dealing with consequences? What are the main challenges and benefits associated with the prospects of hydrocarbons market? What will be the science of the coming decade? What are the solutions for risks and threats that science can offers to society?
Theme:
Chronicles of intellectual property, Clash of the Titans
Time:
16:00 – 17:00
Hall:
Congress Hall
Speakers:
Anthony Atala, Agamirzyan Igor Rubenovich, Mark Bunger, Bugaev Leonid
Brief description:
In 2012 Apple won Samsung in the lawsuit for infringement of six inventions protected by patents. The amount of the Apple Company’s sustained losses was valued at about $1 billion. The portfolio of intellectual property rights of this company for the last year increased by 1136 patents, which was 68% more than in 2011. In 2012 Google acquired the rights to 1151 patents for the invention, which was 170% more than in 2011. $ 1 billion, intellectual property, information and technologies in their relationship.
Theme:
New materials
Time:
16:00 – 17:00
Hall:
Coworking
Speakers:
Igor Seleznev, Berlin Alexander, Sirotkin Oleg, Klimov Vasily, Chvalun Sergei
Brief description:
Advances in physics, chemistry and information technologies along with the fantastic growth of computers capacity provided an arsenal of techniques to create materials with programmable properties. New methods of manufacturing materials (3D- printing, replication) open up entirely new horizons both for science and for business. What are the key areas that work on the production of new materials? How soon can we expect biocompatible materials useful in medicine for the treatment of extensive lesions of a body? Can the production of graphene be commercially viable? Can a material have various features?
Theme:
Debate Club
Time:
17:30 – 18:30
Hall:
Congress Hall
Speakers:
Pekka Viljakainen, Davidyuk Gleb, Nikolai Toivonen, Chikhachev Dmitriy, Akim Mikhail, Zhurba Aleksandr
Brief description:
A hot battle of experts: is there a place for the Russian business among the world’s high-tech corporations? The debates will bring up viewpoints of “optimists” and “skeptics”, presented by leading experts in the field of high-tech manufacturing.
Theme:
Научные бои Stand-Up Science
Time:
17:30 – 18:30
Hall:
Coworking
Speakers:
Nezlobin Alexander, Sergei Apresov
Brief description:

You are listening to a lecture on string theory. At first you are curious, but then your mind is filled with peace. The flow of unfamiliar words passes through your brain without disturbing mental centers. Your eyes are closing slowly; the head is leaning towards your chest. When the speaker finishes reading the part about the compactification of complementary measurements, you fall asleep.

Sounds realistic? Say “no” to boring science!

Science battles Stand-Up Science: Science for three minutes.

Theme:
Technological world Trends
Time:
14:30 – 15:30
Hall:
Congress Hall
Speakers:
Anthony Atala, Agamirzyan Igor, Mark Bunger, Bugaev Leonid
Brief description:

Future of the technological world through the eyes of a futurologist.

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