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Deputy Head Of The Ministry Of Industry And Trade Of Russia Delivered A Lecture At The Summer School "Nanograd. Sirius. 2017 »

 From July 26 to August 6, 2017 in the Educational Center "Sirius" (Sochi) was the All-Russian Children's and Youth Forum "Nanograd. Sirius. 2017 ". The forum is supported by the Foundation for Infrastructure and Educational Programs. As in the past year, the Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation Alexander Morozov , as well as Anatoly Chubais, the Chairman of the Management Board of RUSNANO Management Company, addressed the participants of Nanoprad .

In their speech, Alexander Morozov and Anatoly Chubais talked about working with innovative projects, new industries created in Russia, as well as what should be done in the next decade to keep pace with technological progress.

Alexander Morozov's open lecture was devoted to revolutionary changes in the automotive industry and the automotive industry of the future - electric and unmanned vehicles.

According to the deputy head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the state is working on three key areas. The first is regulatory and legal: even now the definition of electric and unmanned vehicles is included in a number of federal laws. It is important to understand who is a road user. The second - the introduction of requirements for infrastructure, charging and road. The third is the development of the unmanned systems themselves, components to them, technical vision, radar, lidar, etc.

All this is currently being developed in different directions, which we expect will be reduced to the same story within 5-6 years, so that each of us can open the door of an unmanned vehicle, sit down and say: "To work, " -

Told the participants of Nanograd Alexander Morozov.

He also spoke about the progress of the project "Autonet", one of the directions of the National Technological Initiative, within which automated driving systems are developed in Russia, various driver assistance systems. The state pays special attention to the development of such innovative projects. To finance the program "National Technological Initiative" this year will be allocated 12.5 billion rubles.

Nanograd was held in the format of the Youth Forum, turning into a city-technopark - "Nanograd-Sirius" for 10 days. Sirius Park is a multifunctional space for the popularization of science and high technologies, music and art, located in the building of the former Main Media Center of the Olympics. In "Sirius" dozens of laboratories for design and research work, workshops, expositions and exhibition halls, classrooms and classes.

Participants of the forum were the winners and winners of the educational and competitive sessions of the School on the Palm of the All-Russian Educational Program "School League RUSNANO" - a total of 350 people, schoolchildren and students from 26 regions of the country. Together with teachers, scientists, engineers and techno-entrepreneurs, they worked on solving case studies, real problems and tasks of manufacturing enterprises.

In addition to a rich lecture program and work with case studies, Forum participants received work experience in 30 workshops, including, with the design and research on modern high-tech equipment of the Nanotechnology Laboratory of the Sirius Center.


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The RUSNANO School League " is an educational program aimed at promoting ideas in schools of the Russian Federation aimed at the development of modern education, first of all - the natural sciences.

The RUSNANO School League unites schoolteachers, researchers, university professors, business representatives, and, of course, schoolchildren. Participants of the Program in 2010-2017. More than 700 educational institutions and more than 140 partners (business companies, universities, research centers) from 74 regions of the country.

The program is implemented with the support of the Foundation for Infrastructure and Educational Programs.

Educational Center "Sirius" was opened by the Foundation "Talent and Success" in 2015 on the initiative of the President of the Russian Federation V.V. Putin, who headed his board of trustees. The foundation was established by outstanding Russian figures of science, sports and art. The task of "Sirius" is to identify the most successful schoolchildren in the regions of Russia, to develop and support them, to generalize and disseminate the best practices of working with talents.

In-depth educational programs are monthly enrolled 600 gifted students - 200 in each direction (science, sports and art). Together, young mathematicians, physicists, chemists, biologists, musicians, artists, ballet dancers, writers, hockey players, figure skaters and chess players study and live, which gives them a unique experience of interdisciplinary and creative communication. Training, stay and travel to "Sirius" for children are free. The program lasts for 24 days and includes in-depth profile training under the guidance of leading Russian teachers, trainers and scientists, master classes and creative meetings, developing leisure, recreational activities. The training takes place on the basis of the infrastructure that was created for the 2014 Winter Olympics.

The Foundation for Infrastructure and Educational Programs was established in 2010 in accordance with Federal Law No. 211-FZ "On the Reorganization of the Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies". The Foundation's goal is to develop an innovative infrastructure in the field of nanotechnology, including the implementation of educational and infrastructural programs already launched by RUSNANO. The supreme collegiate governing body of the Foundation is the Supervisory Board. According to the charter of the Fund, the competence of the council, in particular, includes issues of determining the priority areas of the Fund's activities, its strategy and budget. The Chairman of the Board of the Fund, which is a collegiate management body, is Anatoly Chubais, Chairman of the Management Board of RUSNANO Management Company, Andrey Svinarenko, the Fund's General Director.

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