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Premium member Presentation Transcript The Sixth EU Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development Saratov Regional Contact Centre: The Sixth EU Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development Saratov Regional Contact Centre Presentations of Research Proposals under the FP6 Priorities About SRCC: About SRCC In Saratov region research and elaborations are carried out by more than 60 enterprises and research organizations, including 10 academic and 18 applied-research institutions, 27 design and project organizations, 7 institutes of higher education. Saratov research schools in the fields of radiophysics, electronics, optics, biochemistry, biophysics, ecology, and the humanities are widely recognized inside and outside Russia. Within the structure of industrial production there is an essential part of advanced technology industries, in particular fuel and energy complex (more than 45 %), machine-building (17,5 %) and chemical industry (about 12%). The largest share of all the industrial technological innovations falls at these industries: at machine-building and metal-working – more than 40 %, chemical and petrochemical industry – about 30 %, fuel and energy complex – more than 16 %. Saratov Regional Contact Centre for European Research and Technological Cooperation (SRCC) stemmed from the activity of an initiative group comprising specialists from different research institutes. The activity was realized on the basis of Saratov State Socio-Economic University (SSSEU). It was supported by the Regional Government and approved by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. In February 2005 the agreement on establishing SRCC as a regional component of the national information and consultation infrastructure was signed by the Governour of Saratov Region and the Rector of SSSEU. SRCC is interdisciplinary and its activities cover different research areas being successfully developed in the region and corresponding to the following FP6 priorities: Priority 1. “Life Sciences, Genomics and Biotechnology for Health”; Priority 3. “Nanotechnologies and Nano-Sciences, Knowledge-Based Multifunctional Materials and New Production Processes and Devices”; Priority 5. “Food Quality and Safety”; Priority 7. “Citizens and Governance in a Knowledge-Based Society”; another European programmes where appropriate. Within the framework of each Priority SRCC plays a role of the regional contact point, headed by a Priority Coordinator. Authoritative specialists experienced in participating in international projects are engaged as Priority Coordinators. The main objectives of the Centre are: To form a regional partnership comprising FP6 and INTAS prospective participants; to create a mechanism of diversified institutions interacting in international scientific and technological cooperation development. To disseminate information on current and forthcoming projects, workshops, conferences, competitions and other business events organized in the framework of FP6 and INTAS. To render consulting, training and organisational assistance in: studying the rules and conditions of participation in FP6 and INTAS programmes and project evaluation criteria; searching Russian and European partners for consortium building-up; preparing project proposals. To provide EC and INTAS with required statistic and analytical information about: the region’s research potential; regional institutions’ participation in the respective programmes; arrangements directed to expand this participation; emerging problems and possible ways of their solution. Slide3: INVOLVED Organisations Slide4: 1.Coordinator of the thematic area “Life Science, Genomics and Biotechnology for Health” (FP6, priority 1): Olga Viktorovna Turkovskaya, Deputy Director for Research, Institute of Biochemistry and Physiology of Plants and Microorganisms (IBPPM) of RAS; Head of the Ecological Biotechnology Laboratory; Doctor of Sciences (Biology), professor. Tel.: +7 (845-2) 97-04-44; e-mail: email@example.com 2. Coordinator of the thematic area “Nanotechnologies and Nano-Sciences, Knowledge-Based Multifunctional Materials and New Production Processes and Devices” (FP6, priority 3): Leonid Arkadievich Melnikov, Head of the Computer and Laser Physics Department of Saratov State University (SSU); Head of the Laboratory of Laser Diagnostics and Fiber Optics at Saratov branch of the Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics (SB IREE) RAS. Doctor of Sciences (Physics and Mathematics), professor, corresponding member of RANS. Tel.: +7 (845-2) 51-51-95, 33-37-69; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 3. Coordinator of the thematic area “Food Quality and Safety” (FP6, priority 5): Sergey Yurievich Schegolev, Deputy Director for Research of IBPPM RAS, Head of the Laboratory of Physical Chemistry of Cellular Constructions, professor at the Department of Organic and Bio-Organic Chemistry SSU. Doctor of Sciences (Chemistry). Tel.: +7 (845-2) 97-03-97; e-mail: email@example.com 4. Coordinator of the thematic area “Citizens and Governance in a Knowledge-Based Society” (FP6, priority 7): Victor Alexandrovich Rusanovsky, Vice-Rector for Research of Saratov State Socio-Economic University (SSSEU). Doctor of Sciences (Economics), professor. Tel.: +7 (845-2) 75-62-51; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Coordinators Slide5: Director of SRCC Professor Igor M. Umansky Tel. +7 (8452) 756028 E-mail: email@example.comSlide6: Priority 1. Life Sciences, Genomics and Biotechnology for Health Priority 3. Nanotechnologies and Nano-Sciences, Knowledge-Based Multifunctional Materials and New Production Processes and Devices Priority 5. Food Quality and Safety Priority 6. Sustainable Development, Global Change and Ecosystems Priority 7. Citizens and Governance in a Knowledge-Based SocietySlide7: Priority 1 Mathematical Modeling of Hemodynamics in Arterial Systems Nanoparticles and Liposomes for Biological Systems Simulation and Biological Active Compounds Indication Nonlinear Dynamics & Biophysics Research Directions Developed at the Institute of Biochemistry and Physiology of Plants and Microorganisms, Russian Academy of Sciences Slide8: Priority 3 Research Directions Developed at the Programming & Control Department of Saratov State Technical University Controlled Nanocomposite Mediums Glass Fiber Nanotechnology Nanotechnology & Nanosized Supramolecular Organized Systems Meareurement of Nanovibrations, Nanodisplacements & Nanostructures Nonlinear Dynamics & Biophysics Research Directions Developed at Saratov Branch of the Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics, Russian Academy of Sciences Creation of the Effective Devices Based on Si-C Solid Solution Heterostructure with the Quantum Dots for Micro- and Opto-Electronics Bifurcations Complex Dynamics and Chaos in a Wide Class of Non-Identical Coupled Systems New Methods of Nonlinear Dynamics Modeling and their Application to Physical, Climatical and Medical Data Special Role of Millimetric Waves of Low Intensity in Medicine and Biology of the Future Materials Based on Nanoparticles Oxides and Sulfides in Polimerics Matrix: Sinthesis, Composition, Characteristics Electrodynamic Properties of Magnetic Nanostructures and Multilayers Field Emission from Carbon Nanotubes and NanoclustersSlide9: Priority 5 Revegetation of Heavy Metal Contaminated Sites to Reduce Leaching, Erosion & Other Risks Research Directions Developed at the Institute of Biochemistry & Physiology of Plants & Microorganisms, Russian Academy of Sciences Bacterial Strain Paenibacillus Polimyxa 88A that Produces the Exopolysaccharide Polimyxan 88A and Possible use of the Polymer in the Food Industry Testing the Feasibility & Acceptability o Enhanced Natural Attenuation of Polycydic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Soil Research Directions Developed at the Department of Genetics, Saratov State University Indicators & Bioindicators of Water Quality Research Directions Developed at the Food Technology Institute, Saratov State Agrarian UniversitySlide10: Priority 6 Revegetation of Heavy Metal Contaminated Sites to Reduce Leaching, Erosion & Other Risks Research Directions Developed at the Institute of Biochemistry & Physiology of Plants & Microorganisms, Russian Academy of Sciences Testing the Feasibility & Acceptability of Enhanced Natural Attenuation of Polycydic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Soil Complex Territorial Analysis, Geoinformation Systems & Technologies at Saratov State UniversitySlide11: Priority 7 French Cultural Influence in Europe (16th-17th centuries) Institutional Basis of Civic Relations in Present Russia and the Institute of European Citizenship Quality of Human Life and Socio-Demographic Situation in the Region Interrelation between the Society Intellectual Potential Development and Social Inequality Tendencies of Russian Legislation Development in the Aspect of European Integration Migration as a Factor of Changing Ethno-Political Situation Industrial Restructuring and Regional Unemployment Problems of Legal Regulation of Information and Intellectual Property Relations in the Knowledge-Based Society International Legal Regulation of Treaties Conclusion Using Modern Technical Facilities The Education's Role in the Foundation of Civil Society Research Directions Developed at the Department of Social Anthropology & Social Work, Saratov State Technical University Research Directions Developed at Saratov Centre for Advanced Study and EducationSlide12: Saratov 2005 You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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