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  1. Russian National CODATA Committee Locations • Moscow • St. Petersburg • Novosibirsk • Kola peninsula, Murmansk • Siktivkar. Komi Republic Organizations • Universities • Research institutions of Russian Academy of Sciences • Applied research institutions • World Data Centers Moscow, September 2006

  2. Moscow, September 2006

  3. Moscow State Universitywww.msu.ru Address: 1,Leninskie Gory, 119992 Moscow Physical Faculty: • Dean: Vladimir Trukhin • Ph. 095 939 1682 • Fax 095 9328820 • http://www.phys.msu.ru/ Chemical Faculty: • Dean: Valery Lunin • Ph. 095 9391671 • Fax 095 9328846 • http://www.chem.msu.su/ • E-mail:lunin@direction.chem.msu.ru Biology faculty • Dean:Mikhail Gusev • Ph. 095 9392776 • http://www.bio.msu.ru/ • E-mail:adm@adm.bio.msu.ru Moscow, September 2006

  4. Institute of Thermal Physics of Extreme ConditionsUnited Institute of High Temperatures RASInternational collaboration Moscow, September 2006

  5. Institute of Thermal Physics of Extreme ConditionsUnited Institute of High Temperatures RAS • Director of the Institute from the time of its founding is Academician V. Fortov.Important role in the Institute’s modernization played Professor A. Nefedov - Institute’s Executive Director in 1997 –2001. • Main directions of scientific activity are: • Research of thermal physic and thermal chemical parameters of stuffs in a wide range of states; • Working out of methods and means of generation of high densities of energy; • Thermal physics of intensive impulse influences on materials and constructions; • Physics of plasma and physical gas dynamics; • Developing and testing new materials and constructions with the purpose of ensuring nuclear energy industries safety. Moscow, September 2006

  6. STANDARTINFORM Moscow, September 2006

  7. STANDARTINFORM-CODATA Within CODATA framework the working group headed by Deputy Chairman of the Russian National Committee of CODATA Dr. A. Kozlov (VNIIKI) were created and developed: • Standard Data Tables; • Recommended Data Queries; • State Standardization Methods. • At the 22nd Conference of the Interstate Council on Standardization, Metrology and Certification were accepted Amendments to State Standard #30319 «Natural gas.Methods of Physical parameters calculations». • In the framework of “Lotus Notes” the«Bank of Experimental Data on Thermal Characteristics of Gases and Liquids» was created, including the data of experimental research of thermal parameters of techniclally important stuffs and materials Moscow, September 2006

  8. All-Russian Institute of Scientific and Technical InformationVINITI Address: 20, Usiyevicha Str., P.B. 190, 125190 Moscow, Russia tel: 095 152 5755, fax: 095 943 00 60 www.viniti.ru Moscow, September 2006

  9. Moscow, September 2006

  10. Moscow Engineering Physics InstituteStructure 1. The Faculty of Automatics and Electronics 2. The Faculty of Cybernetics. 3. The Faculty of Experimental and Theoretical Physics 4. The Faculty of Information Security 5. The Faculty of Physics and Economics of high technologies 6. The Advanced Physics Faculty of Russian Academy of Sciences 7. The Specialized Faculty of Physics. 8. The Economic-Analytical Institute 9. The Preparatory Faculty 10. The Faculty of Foreign StudentsCoordinates the enrollment and teaching of foreign graduate and postgraduate students.The international students can apply for admission to MEPhI's undergraduate and graduate programs by containg the office of the faculy. • Phone: +7(095)324-7491Fax: +7(095)324-8520E-mail: degnn@mephi.ru 11. The Faculty of upgrading specialists and teachersLanguage(s) of Instruction:Russian and English Moscow, September 2006

  11. Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth • Institute of Physics of the Earth named after Otto Schmidtof the Russian Academy of Sciences (IPE RAS) is one of the largest geophysical research center of the world. It was founded in 1928. • Institute plays an important role in: • Research of physical processes the Earth interior, • Working out Earth dynamics models and models of the Earth structure, • Researching seismic activity and earthquakes’ physics, • Development of mathematical geophysics and geoinformatics • Developing theory and computer technologies of geophysical data interpretation. • Specialists of IPE RAS are: • Studying physical fields of the Earth, and matters of paleomagnetism and magnetic parameters the Earth structures, • Working out methods of geophysical monitoring for forecasting natural and man-caused calamities, • Researching problems of the Earth origin, dealing with mathematical geophysics and geoinformatics, • Creating databases on solid Earth physics, solar and Earth physics and geoecology. Moscow, September 2006

  12. Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute Moscow, September 2006

  13. MITPANInternational Institute of Earthquake Prediction Theory and Mathematical GeophysicsWarshavskoye sh. 79 kor. 2Moscow 117556 RussiaTel.: 7-095-110-77-95Fax: 095-310-70-32, E-mail: mitpan mitp.ru • The field of the expertise of the Institute covers the application of modern mathematics to seismology and adjacent Earth Sciences. Taking advantage on traditional interest of Russian "pure" mathematicians to the applied problems, the Institute is built up on the direct involvement of the world-class mathematicians like L.Kantorovich, I.Gelfand, Ya.Sinai and their schools. • The Institute is known for pioneering results in the fields of earthquake prediction, seismic risk, verification of compliance to nuclear test ban treaty, structure of the Earth, exploration of mineral deposits, signal processing, wave propagation, geophysical fluid dynamics, magnetic dynamo. • Most recent is the application of the concept of chaos to the dynamics of the lithosphere. This approach led to development of earthquake prediction algorithms, and to a new understanding of instability of large systems in general; pote ntial applications range from geological disasters to megacities and socio-economic systems. • Since 1960 the faculty of the Institute maintained co-operation with the leading research institutions from more than 20 countries. The Institute participates in many international projects and conducts annual international workshops on mathematical geophysics and earthquake prediction. Moscow, September 2006

  14. Center on Forests Ecology and ProductivityRAS Main objectives: biology: methods of research and modeling, Mathematic and cybernetic methods; biocenosis; Influence of environmental pollutionon natural complexes, populations and separate organisms; Industrial influence on the environment and pollution monitoring; Forests protection of plant pests and diseases; Science on forests; Environmental protection related to forests monitoring; Population and environment; Ecosystems monitoring. Director:Alexander ISAEV Address:entrance 2 84/32 Profsoyuznaya Str., Moscow. Phone:(095) 3322617 E-mail:administrator@cepl.rssi.ru Moscow, September 2006

  15. Mendeleev All-Russian Scientific-Research Institute of Metrology(VNIIM) • General Info: The Institute has succeeded to the General Board of Weights and Measures, the first in Russia and one of the oldest world state metrological establishments. • To date VNIIM is the main organization dealing with fundamental research in metrology. It has the statusof the State Scientific Centre of RF. • The main objective is to ensure the unity of measurements on the international level basing on the state standards of physical units. It creates new standards through carrying out fundamental and applied scientific research work. • 16 doctors of science and 90 scientific workers are engaged in research work in VNUIIM Moscow, September 2006

  16. Moscow, September 2006

  17. Institute of Inorganic Chemistry • NIIC SB RAS - Contacts • Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic ChemistrySiberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences3, Acad. Lavrentiev Ave.,Novosibirsk, 630090, Russia, • Fedor Andreevich Kuznetsovacademician of RAS, professor, Russian delegate to CODATA works in this institute • Phone: +7(383-2) 30-94-90Fax: +7(383-2) 30-94-89E-mail:fk@che.nsk.su Moscow, September 2006

  18. Institute of Inorganic Chemistry Main directions: Presidential program"National processing datum surface of Russia" Project "Extraction technologies of Pt metal recovery and refining from nitrate solutions of processing of nuclear fuel and other secondary raw material " Federal target program "State support of integration of higher education and fundamental science for years 1997-2000": Project "Educational and scientific complex on supramolecular chemistry"; Project "Full-scale modeling of pollution conversion and their influence on fresh-water system state"; Project "Field practices as an instrument of specialist training in area of natural and humanitarian sciences"; Project "Investigation of acidity and ionic composition of atmospheric aerosols and wet fall-out" Federal scientific-technical program "Ecological mining metallurgical complex ("Ecogormetcomplex") of the future": Federal scientific-technical program "Investigations and developments on prior progress directions of science and engineering of civil purpose" Moscow, September 2006

  19. INSTITUTE OF THE NORTH INDUSTRIALECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS KOLA SCIENCE CENTRE Moscow, September 2006

  20. INSTITUTE OF THE NORTH INDUSTRIALECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS • The Institute staff is 88, including 36 research workers with 5 professors and 16 doctors of sciences. • THE RESULTS OF SOME ACCOMPLISHED INVESTIGATIONS BY 1995 • Ecological problems of biological systems • Hydrobiology and ichthyology problems appeared while use of water bodies' use. • The forest problems • Problems of soil science • Problems of ecology of biological systems • Trace elements in biology • Chemical thermodynamics and thermochemistry • Chemical technology of nature water and wastes. • Adsorption and adsorbents> Moscow, September 2006

  21. INSTITUTE OF THE NORTH INDUSTRIALECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS • Institute of North Industrial Ecology Problems Kola Science Centre, Russian Academy of Sciences Fersman Str. 14 Apatity, Murmansk Region, Russia +7 815 55 30083 phone +7 512 95 14117 fax kalabin@inep.ksc.rukalabin@inep-ksc.murmansk.su (RELCOM) • There are several options for the traveler: • daily trains service from St Petersburg via Petrozavodsk, will take 27 hours • daily trains service from Moscow via Petrozavodsk, will take 32 hours • The train time-table for Apatity railway station is located here (Russian only, CP1251) • Flights to Murmansk from: • St Petersburg, Russia (Aeroflot) • Moscow (Aeroflot) • Tromso, Norway (Braatens) • Kirkenes, Norway (Wideroe and Aeroflot) • Luleo, Sweden via Rovaniemi, Finland (Aeroflot/Arkhangelsk Airlines) • Arkhangelsk (Aeroflot Moscow, September 2006

  22. Types of international projects implemented in collaboration with Russian National CODATA Committee • Computer technology dissemination projects • Web-based large data resources developments • Data mining and knowledge discovery projects Moscow, September 2006

  23. WISTCIS: “New methods of working for Information Society Technologies Programme Promotion to Commonwealth of Independent States”. 2000-2003. Goal: • WISTCIS project promotes IST Programme and introduces FP6 to seven European CIS countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine. • Objectives: • Demonstrate IST objectives, opportunities and telematics products to the CIS community • Develop in the participating CIS countries a system of Information Dissemination Centres (IDCs) • Select and adapt to the participating CIS countries telematics tools produced by IST to extend and encourage EU-CIS team work • Encourage submission of new joint EU-CIS project proposals to FP5 and FP6 • Provide training course and supporting literature in Russian language to promote dissemination of FP5 and FP6 to the CIS countries • Adapt Virtual Presence System for collaborative browsing within EU-CIS team work Moscow, September 2006 July 13-15, 2005, Washington DC – New York, USA23

  24. IST Priority: Strategic Objectives • for 2005-2006 • Applied IST research addressing major societal and economic challenges • Communication, computing and software technologies • Components and microsystems • Knowledge and interface technologies • Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) • (see next slide for detailed information on each Objective) Full title: “The Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) of the European Community for research, technological development and demonstration activities, contributing to the creation of the European Research Area and to innovation (2002 to 2006)” Total budget: 17,500 million EURO • FP6 Instruments: • Integrated projects • Networks of excellence • Article 169 • Specific targeted research projects • Coordination actions • Specific support actions • Specific projects for SMEs • Specific actions to promote research infrastructures • Marie Curie actions on mobility, training and excellence recognition Moscow, September 2006

  25. WP3. Conference and Workshops Kick-off conference in Kiev, Ukraine "Teleworking in Research, Medicine and Business", April 19-21, 2001 The audience: about 200 participants from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, China, France, Georgia, Germany, Moldova, Portugal, Russia, theNetherlands, Ukraine Moscow, September 2006 July 13-15, 2005, Washington DC – New York, USA 25

  26. WP3. Conference and Workshops Workshop in Kishinev, Moldova "Telematics and Networking support in Environmental and Natural Hazard Research and Monitoring", June 21-22, 2001 The audience: more than 50 participants from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, France, Germany, Latvia, Moldova, Romania, Russia, theNetherlands, Ukraine Moscow, September 2006 July 13-15, 2005, Washington DC – New York, USA 26

  27. WP3. Conference and Workshops Workshop in Baku, Azerbaijan "E-working, Distant Training and Environmental Monitoring:New Opportunities", December 13-14, 2001 The audience: more than 450 participants from Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, France, Georgia, Germany, Moldova,Russia, theNetherlands, Ukraine Moscow, September 2006 July 13-15, 2005, Washington DC – New York, USA 27

  28. WP3. Conference and Workshops Workshop in Yerevan, Armenia "New Methods of Work for Business and Research", November 21-22, 2002 The audience: more than 100 participants from Armenia, Austria, France, Georgia, Germany, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Russia, Ukraine Moscow, September 2006 July 13-15, Washington DC – New York, USA

  29. WP3. Conference and Workshops Workshop in Tbilisi, Georgia “The IST Program and e-Government”, May29-30, 2003 The audience: more than 100 participants from Armenia, Azerbaijan, France, Georgia, Great Britain,theNetherlands, Russia Moscow, September 2006 July 13-15, 2005, Washington DC – New Yourk, USA

  30. EKP: European Knowledge Platform ShopAware Virtual Presence System Other European telematics projects promoted: EUR-OPA IST projects promoted by WISTCIS TELEBALT TELEBALT Moscow, September 2006 July 13-15, 2005, Washington DC – New York USA 30

  31. July 13-15, 2005, Washington DC – New York, USA TELEBALT Newsletters D4. Volume 1 April 2002 EDNES D8. Volume 2 October 2002 Open Latvia http://www.ednes.org/telebalt/newsletters.htm Moscow, September 2006

  32. WISTCIS, TELEBALT and TELESOL countries Moscow, September 2006 July 13-15, 2005, Washington DC – New York, USA 32

  33. Strong Motion Data Base • Interface Between the Web and EMSC Data Archive • Tool to Visually Browse Data • Data Dissemination Tool • Civil Engineering Seismic Design Support System Moscow, September 2006

  34. SPIDR ver. 3.0 update schedule September 302004 http://spidr.ngdc.noaa.gov September 12 2004 http://clust1.wdcb.ru/spidr August 21 2004 http://spidr.kamchatka.ru December 14,2004 http://spidr.ru.ac.za Spring,2005 http://spidr.ips.ac.au Moscow, September 2006 July 13-15, 2005, Washington DC – New York, USA

  35. Possible Forms of Joint Activities with Russian Institutions • Contracts with US partner implemented in e-collaboration mode • Joint projects funded by US funding agencies • Joint projects funded by Russian funding agencies • Joint projects funded by international funding agencies • Participation in Task Groups and Working groups of CODATA and other international organizations • Exchange of people Moscow, September 2006