STS forum
Russia-Japan Workshop Online 2020
TOWARD THE
POST COVID-19 ERA
NOVEMBER 17 _ 10:00 MOSCOW // 16:00 TOKYO _ ONLINE
The STS forum Russia-Japan Workshop will be held this year for the very first time, guided by the themes of "Deepening Russia-Japan cooperation in science, technology and innovation" and "Focusing on societal needs for science, technology and innovation in Russia and Japan".

With all the various fields and perspectives, and the solid relationship Russia and Japan have established, the workshop will address the issue of how to deepen our cooperation focusing on our societal needs, specially to confront the unprecedented difficulties in the coming post COVID-19 era.

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>> Format: fully online
>> Language: English
>> Participation: by invitation only
OPENING
RU 10:00
JP 16:00
KEYNOTE
RU 10:10
JP 16:10
SESSION 1
RU 10:20
JP 16:20

LUNCH
RU 12:00
JP 18:00

SESSION 2
RU 13:00
JP 19:00

CLOSING
RU 14:40
JP 20:40
10:00–10:10 MOSCOW / 16:00–16:10 TOKYO
Opening Address
10:10–10:20 MOSCOW / 16:10–16:20 TOKYO
Keynote Speakers
10:20–12:00 MOSCOW / 16:20–18:00 TOKYO
Session 1: Deepening Russia-Japan cooperation in science, technology and innovation
Russia and Japan have long history of scientific and technological cooperation. The two countries have common pressing problems that may be solved through scientific research and technological advancement. The Russian and Japanese scientific-technological complexes are rather different, but this gives the opportunity for complementarity and fruitful cooperation for mutual benefit.

At the governmental level Russia and Japan work since 2000 under the agreement between the Government of the Russian Federation and the Government of Japan on Scientific and Technical Cooperation, which defines priority areas of such cooperation. Both countries share history of joint participation in a number of big international projects. Russian and Japanese government agencies, including science foundations, develop and implement various cooperation schemes; scientific and technological partnerships are also taking place at the university level. Overall instruments used for cooperation are diverse and policy mix is widening. Science organizations as well as universities cooperate within such schemes as joint research projects, mirror laboratories, and scientific mega-projects.

COVID19 brought new forms of scientific interaction and cooperation, such as online planforms and virtual cooperative schemes. Japan and Russia may discuss how the new schemes may be applied in different contexts – i.e. research cooperation and industrial development.

Discussions are expected to cover a broad range of topics from human resource development to research and industrial cooperation, so that Russia and Japan may strengthen initiatives by collaborating in science, technology, and innovation.

Topics to be discussed:
Our two countries' strength and mutual complementarities
Current initiatives and measures for success
Science education and interaction among universities, development of online forms of education
Network-based cooperation in large international projects, online platforms for sharing data and other instruments after COVID-19
Mechanisms to support joint projects for technology development
Best practices and factors for success
How to take the best advantage of this opportunity of the Russia-Japan Workshop to deepen the Russia-Japan Cooperation in science, technology and innovation
12:00–13:00 MOSCOW / 18:00–19:00 TOKYO
Lunch Break
13:00–14:40 MOSCOW / 19:00–20:40 TOKYO
Session 2: Focusing on societal needs for science, technology and innovation in Russia and Japan
This session will discuss how Russia and Japan can cooperate to create a healthy, eco‐friendly society by means of technological, innovative development.

A special attention will be given to the potential of expanding cooperation between large Japanese companies and Russian small and medium‐sized enterprises. The two countries have complementary strengths in these areas. The new trend in Russia is the growing number of medium‐sized fast developing high tech companies. One of the main directions for development of such companies is to get broad awareness and worldwide investment on their scientific and technological capabilities. At the same time, Russia is lacking big technological companies that would pour more resources in scientific‐technological development. In Japan big companies invest actively resources into R&D, and they may be interested in expanding cooperation with Russian small and medium enterprises.

Topics to be discussed:
The high expectation for science, technology and innovation in social needs and the increasing of the importance of cooperation between Russia and Japan after COVID‐19
Economic context for cooperation aimed at technological advancement
Benefits of industrial cooperation for the two countries
Infrastructure for industrial innovation, including new digital forms
Examples of success and transformation in the two countries
14:40–14:50 MOSCOW / 20:40–20:50 TOKYO
Concluding remarks
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Mr. Koji Omi
After graduation from Hitotsubashi University, Koji Omi joined the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) in 1956 and served as Consul at Consulate in New York; Director, South Asia & Eastern Europe Div. Trade Policy Bureau; Director, Admin. Div. Science and Technology Agency; Director-General, Guidance Dept. Small & Medium Enterprise Agency. He was elected in 1983 for House of Representatives and served as Minister of Finance (2006–07), Minister of State for S&T Policy for Okinawa and Northern Territories Affairs (2001–02), and Minister of State for Economic Planning (1997–98). He played a central role in enacting the Fundamental Law of S&T in 1995 and the founding of the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology. In 2004 he founded the Science and Technology in Society forum (STS forum). Koji Omi was awarded honorary doctorates from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) in 2013, Univ. of York in January 2014, Univ. of Quebec in June 2014, and Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST) in February 2018
Mr. Toyohisa Kozuki
March, 1981 Graduated from University of Tokyo (Faculty of Arts and Sciences, International Relations)
April, 1981 Entered Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan (MOFA)
July, 1994 First Secretary, Embassy of Japan in the United Kingdom
July, 1997 First Secretary, Embassy of Japan in Russia
January, 1998 Counselor, Embassy of Japan in Russia
September, 2000 Director of Japan-U.S. Security Treaty Division, North American Affairs Bureau
August, 2001 Private Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs
March, 2002 Director of Russian Division, European Affairs Bureau
February, 2004 Director of Financial Affairs Division, Minister's Secretariat
March, 2006 Director, Management and Coordination Division, Minister's Secretariat
January, 2008 Deputy Chief of Mission, Minister, Embassy of Japan in Russia
August, 2010 Consul General, Consulate General of Japan in Boston
January, 2011 Deputy Director-General, European Affairs Bureau
February, 2012 Ambassador / Deputy Director-General, European Affairs Bureau
September, 2012 Director-General, European Affairs Bureau
July, 2014 Deputy Vice-Minister
November, 2015 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to the Russian Federation
Dr. Susumu Kajiwara
Dr. KAJIWARA Susumu was appointed as a deputy director-general, MEXT in September 2019. He's got a Doctor of Science at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) and then joined Kirin brewery Co. Ltd. He moved to Tokyo Tech as an assistant professor in 1995 and worked as an associate professor from 2001 to 2012. During that term, he also served as a deputy director, Council of Science and Technology Policy (CSTP), Cabinet Office of Japan (2003-2005). He served as a professor of Tokyo Tech in 2012 and then he was appointed as a vice president, Tokyo Tech in April 2018 (to 2019).
Mr. Koji Saeki
Mr. Koji Saeki has served as the Senior Vice President of JST since July 2019. As Senior Vice President he supports the President's activities and integrate JST's administration. After graduating the School of Engineering at the University of Tokyo, he joined Science and Technology Agency (predecessor of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)) in 1985 and served such as Assistant Minister/ Director General of Research and Development Bureau, Professor at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Counsellor at the Cabinet Secretariat.
Mr. Takahiro Hagiwara
Mr. Takahiro HAGIWARA was appointed Deputy Director-General, Industrial Science & Technology Policy and Environment Bureau, Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry (METI) in 2020, he as well serves the Secretary General of the Japanese Industrial Standards Committee (JISC). He graduated from University of Tokyo and received his Bachelor of Engineering (Mineral and Oil Development Engineering) in 1992. After in 2002, completed the course of School of Law in University of Washington and received Master of Law (Intellectual Property Law and Policy LL.M Program). He acted various positions as the Director (Policy Coordinator) for Fukushima Reconstruction Promotion Group in 2018, Director for Technical Regulations, Standards and Conformity Assessment Policy in 2016, Director for Mineral and Natural Resources Division in 2013, Director for Natural Resources Development and Mining Law in 2012, General Manager & Deputy General Manager for Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC), London Office in 2009-11 worked.
Prof. Kiyoshi Yamada
Professor Kiyoshi Yamada currently serves as Chancellor at Tokai University, Japan and Board chairman of the Hawaii Tokai International College (HTIC), U.S.A. He previously served as Vice Chancellor of Tokai University (2009–14) and Chancellor of HTIC (1998–2002, 2004–07). He is an experienced educator as well as a highly accomplished global school administrator. He graduated from School of Law, Waseda University. He received an honorary Ph.D. in Business Administration from King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand, in 2010 and a title of Professor Emeritus from Moscow State University, Russia, in 2011. His research areas include Economic and Administrative Law, Intellectual Property Law, Policy Study on University Industry Collaborations, and International Education. He was appointed as Chairman of the Executive Committee of Asia Communication Dialogues University Network (ACD-UN) for the year 2020-21. He is a member of the Association of Institutions of Higher Education of the Russian Federation and Japan.
Prof. Yoshihide Hayashizaki
Yoshihide Hayashizaki obtained his M.D. and Ph.D. from Osaka University in 1982 and 1986, respectively. While conducting basic research, he worked for approximately ten years as a physician. In 1995, he started one of the first original omics programs in Japan. For more than 20 years since then, he has led omics sciences. He launched FANTOM, a large international research consortium, in 2000 to build a complete library of mammalian genes. In 2013, he started RIKEN Preventive Medicine and Diagnosis Innovation Program (PMI). The mission of PMI is to lead the transformation of medical care to a new era enhanced with omics science, bringing greater personalized medicine and a higher standard of care.
Mr. Hiroaki Ishizuka
Mr. Hiroaki Ishizuka was appointed Chairman of the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) effective as of April 1, 2018. Mr. Ishizuka held a series of senior executive management level positions within Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, Japan's largest chemical company, between 2009 and 2018. From June 2009 to March 2011, he served as Managing Executive Officer and Executive Officer. Following this, he served as Senior Managing Executive Officer from April 2011 to March 2012. He then served as President and Chief Executive Officer from April 2012 to March 2017. He also served as Senior Corporate Advisor from April 2017 to March 2018. Mr. Ishizuka graduated from the Faculty of Chemical Science of the University of Tokyo in March 1972.
Mr. Kazushige Nobutani
Mr. Kazushige Nobutani is currently the President of Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO). He received his BA in Law from University of Tokyo in 1990, and later in 1997 he receives his Master of Business Administration in Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, USA. He joined Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in 1990. In 2006, he served Director of Industrial Research in JETRO London. After returning to METI, he acted various positions as the Director of Media and Content Industry Division in 2009, Director of Global Environmental Affairs Office in 2011, and Director of Europe Division in 2013. In 2015 the Director of Policy Planning and Coordination Division in Small and Medium Enterprise Agency, and then, the Director of Policy Planning and Coordination Division in the Trade and Economic Cooperation Bureau in 2016, and Director of Policy Planning and Coordination Division in the Trade Policy Bureau in 2017. After acting as Deputy Director-General for Environmental Affairs in METI, he was appointed President of JETRO in 2019.
Konstantin Rybak
In the year 1996, Konstantin Rybak graduated from Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (currently known as the National Research Nuclear University), the Department of Experimental and Theoretical Physics. He received a diploma in Radiation Biophysics. After receiving the Master's diploma, Konstantin continued his professional education at the postgraduate school at the State Research Institute of Genetics and Selection of Industrial (Genetika). In the year 2005 Konstantin received Ph.D. degree in molecular biology. During education at the postgraduate, he was employed in laboratory of genetic engineering of microorganisms at the Genetika, headed by Prof. Yuri Kozlov, who invited him to join his lab at Ajinomoto-Genetika Research Institute (AGRI) in 1998. Konstantin has been working at Ajinomoto-Genetika Research Institute (AGRI) since its foundation, having made a career from a post graduate student to the General Director of the Company. Up to date Konstantin has been continuing his professional education by improving his managerial skill in Moscow International Higher Business School "MIRBIS".
Mr. Toshio Adachi
1971 Admitted to Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI). 1979 Consul for Commercial and Economic Affairs, Consulate General of Japan, Toronto, Canada. 1982 Deputy Director, West Europe, Middle East & Africa Div., MITI. 1986 Head for Economic Cooperation Planning Div., MITI. 1991 Director for Industry Location Policy Div., MITI. 1992 Director for Industrial Machinery Div., MITI. 1994 Director for Policy Coordination Div., Equipment Bureau, Defense Agency. 1996 Deputy Director General for Trade Administration Bureau, MITI. 2001 Director General for Okinawa Development Bureau, Cabinet Office (CAO). 2001 Director General for Okinawa Policy Coordination, Cabinet Office (CAO). 2003 Retired from the Government and joined SHARP Corporation. 2006 Representative Director and Executive Vice President, SHARP. 2014 Vice Chairman and Senior Executive Director, the Japan Machinery Federation (JMF). 2018 Advisor to the Chairman of STS forum.
Mr. Arkady Dvorkovich
Mr. Arkady Dvorkovich is the Chairman of the Skolkovo Foundation since September 2018. Also, he is the President of International Chess Federation (FIDE). Previously, for 6 years he served as Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation (2012 – 2018). In that role Mr. Dvorkovich coordinated the work of the Federal executive bodies and issue instructions in the following areas: state policy on agriculture; state policy on fisheries; state policy on transport; state policy on communications; state policy on IT; state policy on the fuel and energy complex (excluding the granting of rights to use mineral resources) and electricity generation; state policy on industry (with the exception of the defense industry), including the pharmaceutical and medical equipment industries; state policy on innovation; state policy on science; state policy on biotechnology. Mr. Dvorkovich was Aide to the President of the Russian Federation from 2008 to May 2012 and was Head of the Presidential Experts' Directorate from 2004 to 2008. In 2001 he was appointed Deputy Minister for Economic Development and Trade, and in 2000 he was an expert at the Centre for Strategic Research and Adviser to the Minister for Economic Development and Trade. In 1994 he became consultant, senior expert, Chief Executive and Scientific Director of the Economic Expert Group of the Russian Ministry of Finance.
Prof. Alexander P. Kuleshov
Professor Alexander Kuleshov is a mathematician and President of the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology ‒ Russia's leading international institution of higher education based in Skolkovo high technology hub near Moscow, Full Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Having started as an engineer at a huge state-run research institute, Alexander Kuleshov made an outstanding professional career in science, education, business and industry. Between 1992 and 2002 he worked as advisor for the world's technology giants, such as EADS, Deutsche Telekom, Telia and Ericsson, created a bunch of successful startups in Europe and Russia. Prior to his appointment as President of Skoltech in 2016, Alexander Kuleshov had directed A.A. Kharkevich Institute for Information Transmission Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IITP RAS) for a decade, one of leading institute of RAS.
Prof. Eduard V. Galazhinskiy
Professor Eduard V. Galazhinskiy has served as Rector of Tomsk State University since 2013. He graduated from Tomsk State University with a degree in History in 1990. He received a Doctoral degree in Psychology in 2002 and served as Dean of the Faculty of Psychology at TSU during 2005-2012 and as Executive Vice-Rector in 2013. He is a Vice-President of Russian Academy of Education, experienced educator, leader of numerous research projects, head of the Tomsk branch of Russian Geographical Society and active public figure. His research areas include transformation of the higher education system in Russia and across the world, professionalization of university management and prospective model of a modern classical university. Under his leadership, TSU has radically increased its international competitiveness
Mr. Alexander Khlunov
Mr. A. Khlunov graduated from the National Research Nuclear University (the former Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, MEPhI), and later received his PhD in Physics and Mathematics. Until 2004 he held different positions in MEPhI, the Russian Institute of Strategic Research, Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to the United Nations, and in the Embassy of the Russian Federation in the United States. In 2004-2005, he worked as Aide to the Minister of Education and Science (MES) of the Russian Federation. In 2005, he was appointed Director-General of the MES Department for State Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, and in 2008, Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. From 2010 to 2012 he worked as Director-General of the Department for Science, High Technologies and Education at the Government of the Russian Federation, and in 2012-2013, as the Head of Division on Science and Education Policy at the Russian President's Executive Office. In December 2013, he was appointed the Director General of the Russian Science Foundation by a decree of the Russian President.
Mrs. Natalia Popova
Mrs. Natalia Popova is the First Deputy СEO of Innopraktika, non-state development institution with a mission to promote Russia's national human capital by creating favorable conditions for development of new technologies and products. Since December 2019, Mrs. Natalia Popova has been holding the position of an Ombudsman representing interests of high-tech leading companies, established on the Commissioner for Entrepreneurs' Rights at the President of the Russian Federation institution basis. In her role Mrs. Popova works on creating conditions for the development of the technology and innovative companies sector and their promotion. Also, Mrs.Popova is a member of the Board of Directors of ITECMA LLC, a member of the Board of Directors of VEB Ventures and a member of the Scientific and Technological Council under the Presidium of Talent and Success Foundation Board of Trustees. Besides, Mrs. Natalia Popova is the originator and the host of the Innopraktika media projects, including such projects as "House of Scientists" (in cooperation with "Kultura" TV channel) and "Science" (in cooperation with "Russia24" TV channel).
Mr. Sergey Lyulin
Sergey Lyulin is a Russian physicist, doctor of physical and mathematical sciences, author of about 300 scientific work, including conference abstracts and more than 70 articles on the physical chemistry of polymers. In 1994, he graduated from the Physics Department of St. Petersburg State University. S. Lyulin is a specialist in the field of computer modeling and the theory of polymer systems, who has made a contribution to the development of the theoretical foundations of the behavior of polymers in external electric fields, the processes of complexation of hyperbranched polyelectrolytes and the production of polymer nanocomposites with controlled properties. Corresponding Member of RAS since 2019. Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education of Russia since 2020.
Mr. Alexey Repik
Mr. Alexey Repik currently holds the post of the Chairman at All Russia Public Organization "Business Russia". He is the current chairman of Russian-Japanese Business Council, a member of several business associations and public advisory councils functioning under the State bodies. In 2001 he founded R-Pharm, which has become one of the biggest healthcare group of companies in Russia under his lead. He is well-known for his extensive public activity aimed at improvement of business climate and championship of entrepreneurial community in Russia. In 2020 he was awarded a second-class medal of the Order of Merit for the Fatherland by the President of Russia.
Mr. Grigory Andrushchak
Mr. Andrushchak leads the division at Russian Venture Company (RVC) that provides support for technology and innovation projects at Russian universities, research centers. small and medium size business. Before joining RVC in early 2017 he served as the Head of Strategy Department of The Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation (2012-2016). During the years of public service he was in charge of strategic planning for the Ministry and implementation of the State programs, designed and led the Russian Excellence initiative (the "5-100 Project") and supervised a number of policy instruments aimed at supporting cooperation of universities with industry. Mr. Andrushchak's move to the Ministry was a natural step after a career of a policy research expert in the field of higher education, which he pursued at Higher School of Economics, the prominent national think tank in the field, which he successfully graduated in 2005.
Mr. Oleg Movsesyan
Mr. Oleg Movsesyan currently serves as CEO of the MSU Science Park and Vice-Dean of the Graduate School of Innovative Business (GSIB) at Lomonosov Moscow State University. He previously served as Deputy General Director of the MSU Science Park (1998-99) and Deputy Financial Director of the MSU Science Park (1997-98). He has more than 25 years of experience in innovation. Since 1999 he has been managing one of the oldest science park in Russia. In 2014-2015, he was a member of the international Advisory Board of the largest Science Park in the world – TUSPARK of Tsinghua University, China. In 2018 he was elected to the Board of Directors of the International Association of Science parks and innovative territories (IASP&AI).
Dr. Andrey Ivashchenko
Entering the small molecule business in 1995, Dr. Ivashchenko has turned it into the advanced privately owned Drug Discovery and Development center in Russia. His group has seed-financed or span-out a number of BioTech companies involved in medicinal research such as in Oncology, CNS, Virology, incl. HIV, drug formulation and production. He also was a government advisor to the Pharma 2020 program and one of the Key Opinion Leaders on industrial policy of Russia's Pharma Industry. Before starting ChemRar Dr. Ivashchenko served as CEO of INEL group that managed international IT projects in OEM production, global logistics and systems integration. Dr. Ivashchenko has a Dr.Sc degree in the field of Game Theory and Active System Theory, PhD from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT). He is Professor of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Honorary Professor of MIPT.
Mr. Alexey Kashin
Mr. A. Kashin is an entrepreneur, a company founder, an expert in electrochemical technologies and alternative energy. Mr. Kashin has served as CEO of InEnergy Group since 2013. He held a series of senior executive level positions within Aims Group, a Russian IT system integrator, and Social Security Offices across Russia. His current research area is physical chemistry: stack engineering and material research (proton-exchange membranes, catalysts, including CO-tolerant), redox batteries (electrolyte). He is a member of the Advisory Council for the Western Cape University, South Africa; a member of the Council for Key Priorities in Research and Technology Strategy Development in the Russian Federation, Russian Academy of Science.
Mr. Alexey Ponomarev
As Skoltech's Senior Vice President for Industrial Relations, Mr. A. Ponomarev is responsible for coordinating issues related to the Institute's participation in state initiatives, as well as its interactions with Russian industry. He is also the Professor of National Research University Higher School of Economics in Moscow. Prior to joining Skoltech, Mr.Ponomarev spent nearly 30 years in academia and research centers, culminating in his appointment as Deputy Minister for Education and Science of the Russian Federation in 2010. He has also served as a board member of several of Russia's largest industrial companies and played an integral role in the reorganization of the country's aviation industry. He also served as CEO of one of the leading Russian industrial "think tanks" - "Interdepartmental Analytical Center" for a long time. Currently he is a member of a number of Governmental Advisory Boards and Commissions in STI and Industry, Boards of Trusties and Boards of Directors in State and private institutions and companies.
Mr. Andrey Fursenko
1971 – graduated from Zhdanov Leningrad State University; Doctor of Physics and Mathematics. 1971-1991 – junior researcher, laboratory head, deputy director for research, leading researcher at the Ioffe Physical Technical Institute of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, Leningrad. 1991-1993 – Vice President of Advanced Technology Centre, St Petersburg. 1994-2001 – Director of Regional Foundation for Scientific and Technological Development, St Petersburg. From 2000 – Chairman of the Academic Council of the Centre for Strategic Research North-West Foundation. 2001-2002 – Deputy Minister of Industry, Science and Technology of the Russian Federation. From June 2002 – First Deputy Minister of Industry, Science and Technology of the Russian Federation. From December 2003 – Acting Minister of Industry, Science and Technology of the Russian Federation. March 9, 2004 – appointed Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. Since May 21, 2012 – Aide to the President of the Russian Federation. State award – Honorary Diploma of the Government of the Russian Federation.
Mr. Andrey Fursenko
1971 – graduated from Zhdanov Leningrad State University; Doctor of Physics and Mathematics. 1971-1991 – junior researcher, laboratory head, deputy director for research, leading researcher at the Ioffe Physical Technical Institute of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, Leningrad. 1991-1993 – Vice President of Advanced Technology Centre, St Petersburg. 1994-2001 – Director of Regional Foundation for Scientific and Technological Development, St Petersburg. From 2000 – Chairman of the Academic Council of the Centre for Strategic Research North-West Foundation. 2001-2002 – Deputy Minister of Industry, Science and Technology of the Russian Federation. From June 2002 – First Deputy Minister of Industry, Science and Technology of the Russian Federation. From December 2003 – Acting Minister of Industry, Science and Technology of the Russian Federation. March 9, 2004 – appointed Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. Since May 21, 2012 – Aide to the President of the Russian Federation. State award – Honorary Diploma of the Government of the Russian Federation.
Prof. Nikolai Kolachevsky
Professor Nikolai Kolachevsky, director of P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute (Moscow), corresponding member of Russian Academy of Sciences. N. Kolachevsky is a recognized scientist in the field of precision frequency measurements, laser spectroscopy, optical clocks, and quantum computations. In 2001-2004 he was doing his scientific research as a Humboldt fellow at Max-Planck Institute for Quantum Optics (Germany), also he was giving lectures at University of Electro-Communications (Japan) and other institutes. Since 2015 as a director he coordinates research at Lebedev Institute, including technological advances in different areas (quantum-, astro-, solid state- and particle physics), multidisciplinary fields and international cooperation.
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