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Innovation projects presented at the scientific and technical conference in Vladivostok have no analogues in the world scientific practice
15-16 December on the basis of the Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service is a scientific and technical conference and exhibition of innovative projects. The presented developments have no analogues in the world scientific practice.
More than 100 delegates from the Khabarovsk and Primorsky Krai, as well as the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), participated in the exhibition and conference, including many young scientists with their innovative projects, which are now actively engaged in attracting the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. A similar initiative is actively supported by Far Eastern Universities - VSUES and FEFU. An example of its implementation is the Far Eastern Scientific School, which has been operating for three years. Young scientists of the scientific school develop projects in various branches of science. The ultimate goal of such an initiative is the commercial implementation of the results.
Among the delegates to the conference, of course, there are also experienced professors. On behalf of Yakutia, for example, Sergei Vasiliev, Deputy Director of the Olonkho Research Institute of the North-Eastern Federal University and head of the 3D & VR Center laboratory of the Physics and Technology Institute, speaks with reports on the preservation of the region's historical and cultural heritage through high technologies.
Speakers at the conference are holders of grants from the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia, who take part in the implementation of the federal program. So, Vladimir Pikul, Head of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics of FEFU, Head of the 28 Laboratory of the Institute of Marine Technology of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, will read a report on the creation of robust spacecraft and deep-sea equipment elements based on the glass metal composite.
Another equally significant research, which received the support of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, is a group of scientists headed by Yuri Hotimchenko, professor, doctor of biological sciences, director of the School of Biomedicine. This study focuses on the development of a hematopoietic stem cell biomedical drug for personalized proteome-based therapy for brain tumors.
In general, the event presents a large number of various thematic blocks: transport systems and engineering, energy and energy-saving technologies, nanotechnologies and new materials, information technologies and systems, biotechnical and medical technologies, innovative technologies of scientific-industrial and educational activities, as well as ecology and environmental management.