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Projects of FEFU scientists will receive support from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation

The Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation has summed up the first results of the competition of projects for carrying out research within the framework of the activities of technological platforms in priority areas of development of science, technology and technology in Russia. The competition was held under the program "Research and Development in Priority Areas of Development of the Scientific and Technological Complex for 2014-2020", approved by the Government of the Russian Federation. Among the first winners are two projects of scientists from the Far Eastern Federal University. The work, designed for three years, will be supported from the federal budget by subsidies totaling 90 million rubles.

According to the press service of FEFU, within the framework of the priority direction “Environmental Management”, the project will receive funding under the direction of Leonid Alexeiko, a professor at the School of Engineering, director of the university's innovative development department. Research will be focused on the development of the physicochemical basis of the technology and the main technological solutions for the extraction of fine gold and platinum group metals from industrial wastes of energy enterprises. Ecomemet LLC acts as an industrial partner and customer.

The head of the second project-winner is Professor of Engineering School of the Far Eastern Federal University, Head of the Laboratory of the Institute of Marine Technology Problems of the Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences Vladimir Pikul. His project is supported within the framework of the priority area "Transport and space systems". The work of scientists will be aimed at the creation of strong hulls of deep-water vehicles and elements of space technology based on glass-composite composite. The industrial partner and customer of developments of the researchers of the Federal University was JSC Izumrud.

As the head of the department for support of FEFU competitions and programs Svetlana Goncharova noted, the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation has so far summed up the results of one of the events of the large program. It is expected that in the near future the results will be announced in the other areas, where FEFU scientists are also expected to win.

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