Moscow Open Innovations Forum and Open Innovations Expo 2013, November 2013

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 The global discussion platform Open Innovations Forum 2013 is dedicated to emerging technologies and furthering innovation prospects and collaboration worldwide.

Prime Ministers of Russian Federation, Finland and France will be the Guest of Honor of the “Open Innovations” Forum. This event unites representatives of business, policy, science and education to gain a holistic perspective, exchange ideas and to grasp today’s critical global innovation trends.

Open Innovations Forum 2013,  October 31 — November 2, 2013 Crocus Expo IEC, Moscow, Russia

In the first day of the event Dmitry Medvedev, Jyrki Katainen and Jean-Marc Ayrault will meet with the innovation, entrepreneur and scientific community representatives, as well as with the “100 Innovators” project participants and will take part at the “Proven State Leadership Strategies in a Hyper-Connected World” plenary session. The Forum focused on Disruptive Technologies and Game Changers—trailblazers and companies that significantly change the rules of the global markets. Crucial issues to be discussed: examine how global markets are being affected under the influence of the new Game Changers and learn how to speed time to market and sustain competitiveness.

As part of the Open Innovations Forum on November 1st, was held RUSNANOPRIZE 2013 award ceremony. RUSNANO CEO Anatoly Chubais and Karlsruhe Institute of Nanotechnology professor Herbert Gleiter presented the annual international award in nanotechnology, RUSNANOPRIZE 2013. RUSNANOPRIZE is established to promote Science and Business Integration, Public Awareness of the Achievements in the Nanotechnology Area, International Cooperation, Acknowledgement of the Role of Scientists and Manufacturers.Professor Yury Gogotsi, Drexel University, USA, and Oleksiy Gogotsi, Materials Research Centre Director, Open Innovations Forum 2013,November 1st, Crocus Expo IEC, Moscow, Russia

Professor Yury Gogotsi, Drexel University, USA, and Oleksiy Gogotsi, Materials Research Centre Director,  visited Forum‘s sections and Science& Technology exibition Open Innovations Expo 2013. key Construction directions of Open Innovations Expo exibition: Engineering,Energetics, Electronics, Medicine, Information Technologies and Consumer Goods.

Open Innovations Forum 2013, October 31 — November 2, 2013 Crocus Expo IEC, Moscow, Russia

 Open Innovations Forum 2013,November 1st, Crocus Expo IEC, Moscow, Russia

Professor Yury Gogotsi, Drexel University, USA, at Open Innovations Forum 2013,November 1st, Crocus Expo IEC, Moscow, Russia

Oleksiy Gogotsi, Materials Research Centre Director at Open Innovations Expo 2013, November 1st, Crocus Expo IEC, Moscow, Russia

Open Innovations Expo 2013, November 1st, Crocus Expo IEC, Moscow, Russia

Open Innovations Expo 2013, November 1st, Crocus Expo IEC, Moscow, Russia

Open Innovations Expo 2013, November 1st, Crocus Expo IEC, Moscow, Russia

Open Innovations Expo 2013 was held as a global platform to introduce Russian and international innovative products and technologies, to share experience in realization of successful innovative projects, and to enable effective interaction between exhibitors, government, business and science institutions.

 

Photos by ©Materials Research Centre

Source: www.forinnovations.org

 

News from MRC.ORG.UA

ICEnSM 2017. 2017 International Conference on Energy Storage Materials, Shenzhen, China, November 18-21, 2017

The First International Conference on Energy Storage Materials Professor Yury Gogotsi from Drexel University, USA, has won the 2017 Energy Storage Materials Award, which is awarded by the journal Energy Storage Materials. The Award will be presented to Professor Gogotsi at the ICEnSM 2017 (2017 International Conference on Energy Storage Materials), which will be held in Shenzhen, China, on Nov. 18-21, 2017.

 
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Nanodiamonds Can Prevent Lithium Battery Fires
 
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Receiving a Changbai Mountain Friendship Award from the vice-governor of Jilin Province at the National Day foreign experts reception.Professor Yury Gogotsi from Drexel University, USA, received the 2017 Changbai Mountain Friendship Award from the vice-governor of Jilin Province at the National Day foreign experts reception.

 
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Partial breaking of the Coulombic ordering of ionic liquids confined in carbon nanopores

An international team of researchers, including Drexel's Yury Gogotsi, PhD, observed that ions will forgo their typical alternating charge ordering when they are forced to jam into a small, sub-nanometer-sized, space — a behavior modification not unlike people relinquishing personal space in order to pack into a crowded subway car. The discovery could lead to safer energy storage devices and better water filtration membranes.In their most recent paper in Nature Materials researcher from Drexel University led by prof. Yury Gogotsi showed that Coulombic ordering reduces when the pores can accommodate only a single layer of ions. The non-Coulombic ordering is further enhanced in the presence of an applied electric potential. 

 
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Yury Gogotsi is a researcher in the Drexel University Nanomaterials Group. He and his colleagues discovered a series of novel materials known as MXenes. 

 
Yury Gogotsi is the most influential scientist of modern Ukraine

altThe life of Yury Gogotsi is a constant back and forth between the top laboratories in the world, writing articles in the best scientific journals and research materials that can change the world around them. 

 
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Deputy Directors of IPMS NAS professors Dr. Ragulya, Dr. Baglyuk, Mr. Zavorotnyi, Honorary Professor of IPMS NASU Yury Gogotsi,  Scientific Secretary Dr. Kartuzov and Dr. Firstov Professor Yury Gogotsi , Drexel University, USA,  received an Honorary Doctorate from Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Science, National Academy of Science of Ukraine.

 
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MXenes are at the forefront of 2D materials research

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