21 October 2014
Îpening Ñeremony

Venue: Pavilion 7, hall 5
From 12.00

Seminar of the Dia-M company

Program:

1. "Dolomite Microfluidics Technology: Chemistry Applications"–Mark Gilligan, Executive Chairman of The Dolomite Centre Ltd
2. "Encapsulation and homogenization"–Dmitry Brittal,
manager of promotion department Dia-M

Organized by Dia-M company
Contact: Maria Rozonova
Tel.: +7 (495)745-05-08, ext. 128
E-mail: Mariya.Rozonova@dia-m.ru
www.dia-m.ru
Venue: pavilion No.7, seminar room, (floor 2)
From 13.00.-15.00

Program: "Optimisation logistics chain for chemical goods"

Organized by FMG Shipping and Forwarding Ltd
Contact: Inna Zhukhova Egor Zhikharev
Tel.: +7 (812) 448-82-83
E-mail: izhukova@fmgspb.ru, izhukova@fmgspb.ru, e.zhikharev@fmgspb.ru
www.fmgshipping.com
Venue: pavilion No.7, Hall 5, Ñonference Hall 75Ñ60
From 13.00–14.00

Topic of seminar-presentation: Agitators of EKATO

Reporter: Alexey Guzev
Organized by EKATO Russia GmbH
Contact: Olga Sazhina
Òåë.: +7 (495) 984-87-18
E-mail: Olga.Sazhina@ekato.com
www.ekato.com
Venue: pavilion No.7, Hall 5, Ñonference Hall 75Ñ60 
From 14.00–15.00

Program: Building A Chemical Warehouse: Challenges For Developer And For Customer
Organized by AHLERS RUS
Contact: Daria Strunnikova
Òåë.: +7 (812) 332-67-00
E-mail: Daria.Strunnikova@ru.ahlers.com
www.ahlers.ru
Venue: pavilion No.7, Hall 5, Ñonference Hall 75Ñ60
From 15.00–16.00

22 October 2014
Russia Chemistry Week: Science Innovation

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Industry Forum 'Supporting Innovation with Industry'

Summary: An event to showcase the Royal Society of Chemistry's support of research groups and SME's who have developed potentially commercially viable chemical technologies.
Aim: To facilitate collaboration between companies and research groups and encourage open innovation between academics, SME's and large sponsoring companies.
Our industry event will explore the role the Royal Society of Chemistry can play in supporting innovation in Russia, to SMEs, research groups and multinationals alike. This event will allow representatives from each of these stakeholder groups to share their views and experiences, and encourage discussion on future collaborations. We welcome attendees from large companies, SME's, and academia who are interested in fostering and being involved in innovation in Russia.

Preliminary agenda:


13:00 –13:30

Registration

13:30-13:40

Opening Speeches
Professor David Phillips CBE FRSC, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, Imperial College London and Past-President, Royal Society of Chemistry
Professor Natalia Tarasova, Professor of Chemistry, D.I.Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, and Incoming President, IUPAC
Ms Barbara Habberjam, Minister Counsellor (Economic and Trade & Investment), British Embassy Moscow Mr Alan Thomson, Director, Russo-British Chamber of Commerce

13:40-14:40

Industry Forum
• Industry-academia collaboration in the UK: Tatiana Schofield
• Innovation in Russia: Kendrick White, Marchmont
• Industry-academia collaboration in Russia: Sergey Vatsadze, Moscow State University

14:40-15:00

Tea and Coffee Break

15:00-17:00

Industry Forum
• The Multinational View: Representative from multinational corporation
• The SME view: Olga Levchenko, FASIE
• The SME view: Russian SME representative
• Supporting innovation and international co-operation in the chemical sciences: Stuart Govan, RSC
Round Table / Open Discussion (facilitated by Stuart Govan

17:00-19:00

Networking Reception

Organized by Royal Society of Chemistry

Contact: Rosalind Onions
Tel.: +44 1223 432440
E-mail: OnionsR@rsc.org
www.rsc.li/russia-chemistry-week

Venue: Congress Centre, SkyLight Hall, Floor 3
From 13.00–19.00

Symposium on Green Chemistry
Section: "Supercritical fluid technology-technology green chemistry"
Section: "Biotechnology and Biomaterials

Contact: Olga Parenago
Tel.: +7 (495) 956 -13- 09
E-mail: info@scf-tp.ru
www.scf-tp.ru

Section:  "The 3rd Competition of Innovative Works in the Field of Green Chemistry (with international participation)". Speech contest winners.

 Application form

Contact:  Ekaterina Lokteva
Tel.: +7 (495) 939 33 37
E-mail: les@kge.msu.ru
Organized by Chemistry Department of  Moscow State University,   Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, SF-TP magazine, Scientific-Educational Center "Sustainable - Green Chemistry" of   Moscow State University, Scientific-Educational Center "Supercritical Fluids" of  Moscow State University, SCHAG ZAO, Expocentre ZAO
Venue:  pavilion No.7, Hall 5, Ñonference Hall  75Ñ60
From  10.30–14.50

Symposium on Green Chemistry, Moscow International Chemical Forum
Session: "Green Chemistry in the practical application"

Organized by UNESCO Chair in Green Chemistry for Sustainable Development, D. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia Moscow, SF-TP magazine, SCHAG ZAO, Expocentre ZAO

Contact: Anna Makarova
Tel.: +7 (499) 978-95-62
E-mail: annmakarova@mail.ru
www.unesco.muctr.ru

Venue: pavilion No.7, Hall 5, Ñonference Hall 75Ñ60
From 15.00–18.00

 The draft programme of the conference

Organized by Institute of Biochemical Physics, Expocentre ZAO
Contact: Makarov Gennady
Tel.: +7(495) 939-73-68 ; +7 (495) 137-64-20
E-mail: gg_makarov@mail.ru, makarov@sky.chph.ras.ru
http://ibcp.chph.ras.ru
Venue: Congress centre Marble Hall, (floor 1)
From 12.00-18.00

 The invitation of the chief editor of the journal "Chemistry and Business" A.I.Perkhov

Organized by International chemical magazine "Chemistry and Business", Club "DIALOGUE", UNESCO Chair in Green Chemistry for Sustainable Development, D. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology of Russia Moscow, Expocentre ZAO

Contact: Vasilisa Perhova
Tel.: +7 (499) 530 22 41, +7 (499) 254 97 52, +7 (919) 773 17 63
E-mail: chemistry.business.journal@gmail.com
www.chembus.ru
Venue: pavilion No.7, seminar room, (floor 2)
From 11.00-17.00

23 October 2014

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Publishing Innovation with the Royal Society of Chemistry

Register for 23 rd October Russia Chemistry Week

Summary: An event to promote and discuss the current innovations in publishing, both from a Royal Society of Chemistry and Russian publishing perspective, as well as also provide some information on the publishing process and how to effectively author a paper.
Aim: To bring together academics and innovation experts from Russia and the UK to share and discuss the future of publishing and the opportunities for collaboration in this arena.

Preliminary agenda:

09:00 – 09:30

Registration

09:30 – 09:45

Opening ceremony
Professor Martyn Poliakoff CBE FRSC, Professor of Chemistry, University of Nottingham and Honorary Professor of Chemistry, Moscow State University Academician
Oleg M. Nefedov FRSC, Professor of Chemistry, N.D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Editor-in-Chief, Mendeleev Communications
Mr Gareth Wynn Owen, Head of Science and Innovation, British Embassy Moscow

09:45 – 10:00

Introduction to Innovation in Publishing (Stuart Govan, International Development Manager, RSC)

10:00 – 10:40

Introduction to Editorial Publishing (Stuart Govan, International Development Manager, Royal Society of Chemistry)
• Royal Society of Chemistry Publishing
• Peer Review Models
• How to Get Published

10:40 – 11:00

Tea and Coffee Break

11:00 – 11:40

Publishing in Russia
• Publishing in Russia: Publisher's Perspective (Irina Razumova, Deputy Director of NEICON)
• Publishing in Russia: Author's Perspective (Sergey Vatsadze, Moscow State University)

11:40 – 12:20

Recognition in Publishing and Altmetrics (Serin Dabb, Executive Editor)

12:20 – 13:00

Micro Publishing (Valery Tkachenko, CTO, RSC)

13:00 – 13:45

Lunch

14:15 – 16:45

Open Access Round Table (sponsored by the British Embassy)
• Open Access and Funding in UK (Stuart Govan, Serin Dabb, RSC)
• Open Access and Funding in Russia (RFBR Representatives, NEICON)
• How RSC is Influencing and Informing the OA Debate: RSC Gold for Gold + Max Planck Case Study (Sybille Geisenheyner, RSC)
• Open Discussion (facilitated by Stuart Govan, Serin Dabb, Sybille Geisenheyner)

Organized by Royal Society of Chemistry
Contact: Rosalind Onions
Tel.: +44 1223 432440
E-mail: OnionsR@rsc.org
www.rsc.li/russia-chemistry-week
Venue:
Congress Centre, SkyLight Hall, Floor 3
From: 10.00–18.00

Section: «The 8th Competition for Young Scientists (with international participation)»

 Application form

Organized by Mendeleev Russian Chemical Society, Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Expocentre ZAO
Contact: Maya Sirotina
Tel.: +7 (499) 978 19 95
E-mail: contest@muctr.ru
Venue: Congress centre Marble Hall, (floor 1)
From: 10.00–18. 00

 Application form

Organized by RAS, Mendeleev Russian and Moscow Chemical Society, Expocentre ZAO
Contact: Evgeniy G. Vinokurov
Tel.: +7 (495) 632-18-06, fax +7 (495) 265-69-57
E-mail: ruchs@mail.ru, conf@muctr.ru
www.chemsoc.ru
Venue: Congress centre, Press Hall, (floor 2)
From 10.00–18. 00

Round table on the topic
«Reducing dependence on imports as the basic direction of development of the Russian chemical complex»

Speaker: General Director NIITEKHIM Aminev Salavat
Organized by NIITEKHIM
Contact: Valentina Gavrilenko
Tel.: +7 (495) 332-06-46
E-mail: gavrilenko@niitekhim.com
www.niitekhim.ru
Venue: pavilion No.7, Hall 5, Ñonference Hall 75Ñ60
From 11.00- 14.00

The roundtable Discussion of the IUPAC Safety Training Program

 Announcement

Contact: Anna Makarova
Òåë.: +7 (499) 978-95-62
E-mail: annmakarova@mail.ru
unesco.muctr.ru
Venue: pavilion No.7, Panoramic Hall, Floor 4
From 11.00-13.00

Organized by NP ROSHIMREACTIV, Expocentre ZAO
Contact: Romanyuk Anna
Tel.: +7 (495) 964-98-68
E-mail: office@arhr.ru
www.promvoda.arhr.ru
Venue: pavilion No.7, seminar room, (floor 2)
From 12.00- 15.00

24 October 2014
Russia Chemistry Week: Science Innovation

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Cheminformatics: Supporting innovation through open data

Summary: An event to showcase developments in cheminformatics and share expertise from representatives in academia and industry from Russia, the UK and all over the world. Aim: to discuss and share current work in cheminformatics, and further this development by facilitating collaboration between experts in cheminformatics from Russia, the UK and all over the world.

Register for 24 th October Russia Chemistry Week

Preliminary agenda:

09:00 – 09:30

Registration

09:30 – 10:30

An introduction to data and cheminformatics at the Royal Society of Chemistry - Building Global Chemistry Network at Royal Society of Chemistry
Valery Tkachenko, Royal Society of Chemistry

10:30 – 11:00

Exposing Russian science to the rest of the world. Publishing, micropublishing, data sharing, collaborating with RSC.
Sergey Vatsadze, Moscow State University

11:00 – 11:30

Tea and coffee break

11:30 – 12:00

Open components as a part of roadmap for RSC cheminformatics Valery Tkachenko, Royal Society of Chemistry

12:00 – 12:30

The condensed graph of reaction approach for different tasks of reaction mining Timur Madzhidov, Kazan Federal University

12:30 – 13:00

Universal Organic Chemistry Toolkit: Indigo, Bingo, Imago, Ketcher
Alexander Savelyev, EPAM

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch

14:00 – 14:45

Prediction of Activity Spectra for Substances (PASS): From biological activity profiling to computation chemical systems biology
Vladimir Poroikov, Institute of Biomedical Chemistry

14:45 – 15:15

Software for prediction and identification of components in complex LC-MS runs: Impurities, Metabolites and Degradants
Vitaly Lashin, Advanced Chemistry Development

15:15 – 15:45

Computer-Assisted Structure Elucidation (CASE) – Quicker ways to novel chemical structures that don’t require correction
Mikhail Elyashberg, Advanced Chemistry Development

15:45 – 17:00

Open discussion

Organized by Royal Society of Chemistry
Contact: Rosalind Onions
Tel.: +44 1223 432440
E-mail: OnionsR@rsc.org
www.rsc.li/russia-chemistry-week
Venue:
Congress Centre, SkyLight Hall, Floor 3
From: 10.00–18.00