Programm sept 24

Economic Success on the Basis of New Technologies Techno-Parks, ETH and Universities Present Fascinating Start-ups from Switzerland and the Russian Federation and Discuss Chances and Risks of Investments Economic Growth and Success are closely linked with technological innovation. Scientific ex- change between countries like Switzerland and Russia can be truly beneficial provided both partners can fully trust and rely on each other. Switzerland and the Russian Federation are elaborating an agreement on Scientific Cooperation between the two countries. An important part of this agreement will be dealing with the respect of intellectual property in order to pro- This meeting will offer a fascinating glance at a selection of successful start-up operations both in Switzerland and in Russia, with directly involved players talking about their ideas and some of the major problems when realising them. Investors – who play a central role in start-ups – will explain what convinced them of taking the risk of their investment. 11.00 p.m. – 06.00 p.m. at Technopark, Technopark Zurich, Swiss Federal Institute of Technol-ogy, Zurich; University of Kazan, Tatarstan; University of Ufa, Bashkortostan; Business Angels of the Russian Federation, Moscow; Rusnano Corporation, Renova Group - Skolkovo Investors, Lawyers, Entrepreneurs, Bankers, Scientists, Consultants English (simultaneous translation English - Russian) Embassy of Switzerland in Moscow, Ministry of Economy Canton of Zurich, Embassy of the Russian Federation in Berne, Ammann-Group Switzerland & Russia, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Zurich; VISCHER Ltd. Zurich/Basle Guest Republics of the Russian Federation Stiftung Swiss Russian Forum • Rebwiesstrasse 44 • CH-8702 Zollikon / Zurich Tel +41 44 261 19 71 • Fax +41 44 261 19 88 • [email protected] • A Foundation according to Swiss law domiciled in Zurich Dr. Thomas A. Frick, Vice-President Swiss Russian Forum Filippo Leutenegger, Member Swiss National Council of the Swiss Parliament, Vice-President Swiss Russian Forum, Zurich Bruno Sauter, Deputy Minister of Economy, Canton of Zurich Professor Dr. Dres. h.c. Joseph Straus, Director Emeritus, Max-Planck-Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law, Munich Mauro Moruzzi, Head Bilateral Research Cooperation, Federal Department of Home Affairs FDHA State Secretariat for Education and Research SER The market of innovations and investments of Moscow Interbank Stock Exchange Elina Yurina, Senior Investment Manager Rusnano Corporation, Moscow Experiences of an Investor in Switzerland and the Russian Federation Henry Potter, Partner Alpha Associates AG, Zurich Presentation of Projects: Start-ups or Spin-offs in Switzerland and the Russian Federation Dr. Silke Meyns, Manager Technology Transfer, ETH Zurich Prof. Dr. Danis K. Nurgaliev, Deputy Rector University of Kazan, Tatarstan Prof. Dr. Akhat G Mustafin., Rector University of Ufa, Bashkortostan Henning Grossmann, Director Foundation Technopark Zurich Michail V. Lifshitz, Director for the Development of High-Technology Assets at Renova Group, Moscow Alexander I. Kaschirin, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Business Angels, Moscow Dmitry Genkin, Dr., Chairman of the Board, Pharmsynthez ОАО, Moscow Alexander N. Cherevko, Vice-Governor, Head Tomsk Representative Office under the Rus-sian Federation Government Dr. Renad Z. Sagdeev, President of Novosibirsk Technopark, Vice-President of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science, Novosibirsk Arthur Rutishauser, Member of the Editorship Tagesanzeiger, Zurich Dr. Beat Weber, Prof. Dr. Danis Nurgaliev, Michael Lifshitz, Henning Grossmann Bruno Sauter, Deputy Minister of Economy, Canton of Zurich Stiftung Swiss Russian Forum • Rebwiesstrasse 44 • CH-8702 Zollikon / Zurich Tel +41 44 261 19 71 • Fax +41 44 261 19 88 • [email protected] • A Foundation according to Swiss law domiciled in Zurich Professor Dr. Dres. h.c. Joseph Straus is author or co-author of more than 250 publications in the field of intellectual property law, especially concerning the protection of biotechnological in- ventions. Consultant to OECD, WIPO, UNCTAD, UNIDO, EC-Commission, World Bank, Scientific Ser- vices of the German Bundestag and the German Government, as well as the European Parliament, the European Patent Office, the Swiss Government and the Swiss Federal Institute for Intellectual Property. Vice-President German Association for Industrial Property and Copyright Law, Former President of the International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intel- lectual Property ATRIP, Chair Programme Committee, International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property AIPPI (1997-2006), Chair Intellectual Property Rights Committee of the Human Michail V. Lifshitz (May 4, 1963) is Director of High-tech Assets Business Development of Renova Management AG in Russia. Michail Lifshitz graduated from Moscow State Technical Bauman Univer- sity. From 1991 until 1994 he held the position of the Director of Marketing at the Association for Foreign Economic Cooperation of Small & Medium Business. 1991-2009 Founder, “Global Edge” Group of Companies. Michail Lifshitz repeatedly won and was awarded prizes in such contests as “Entrepreneur 2004 Laureate”, Ernst & Young; Business Innovation “Entrepreneur 2004 Laureate”, Ernst & Young; Manufacturing and Transportation “Entrepreneur 2005 Laureate”, Ernst & Young; “Best Russian Enterprises”, RUIE (Russian Union of Industrialists & Entrepreneurs). Silke Meyns is heading the group ‘‘Patents and Licenses’’ at ETH Transfer, the technology transfer office of ETH Zurich. She graduated in Chemistry at the University of Hamburg and got her PhD in Food Science at ETH Zurich. She joined the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (EAWAG) where she headed an analytical lab for several years and was responsible for marketing activities. During her time at EAWAG she managed consulting activities in the field of surface water management and lab equipment for Swiss customers and for the government of the Republic Ma- cedonia. In 2001 she joined ETH Transfer as technology transfer manager. After further education in Intellectual Property law, she received a CAS in general management from the University of Zurich. Henning Grossmann is CEO of the Technopark Foundation in Zurich. He finished a practical ap- prenticeship, in succession he studied economy at the University of Applied Science in Lucerne. After additional studies in technology- and innovation-management he became IT Manager at ABB Fläkt Ltd. and Manager Business Improvement at ABB Flexible Automation Ltd. In 2003 he founded his own firm, bizzeps Ltd, specialising on technology-innovation, growth strategies and business intelli- gence. At the same time Henning Grossmann took up counselling and coaching work in start-up enterprises and in 2006 with the Technopark Aargau. Danis Karlovitch Nurgaliev (Septem ber 1, 1959) was born in Abdullino in the Kaltasy District of Bashkiria, Russia. He studied applied Geophysics at Kazan State University and received a PHD in Geology and Geophysics in 1983. He continued his academic career with a PHD degree from the Stiftung Swiss Russian Forum • Rebwiesstrasse 44 • CH-8702 Zollikon / Zurich Tel +41 44 261 19 71 • Fax +41 44 261 19 88 • [email protected] • A Foundation according to Swiss law domiciled in Zurich Institute of Geophysics in Kiev, Ukraine and a Doctor of Science degree in Geophysics from the United Institute of Earth Physics in Moscow. In 1997 he became Professor and Chief of the Chair of Applied Geophysics at Kazan State University and since 2007 Professor Nurgaliev is Vice-Rector of Kazan State University in Science and Research. Danis Nurgaliev spent several months as a guest professor at the Institute of Geophysics at the ETH Zurich and lectured in other European cities. He is author and co-author of a large number of publications Elina Yurina is Member of MICEX Stock Exchange Council; Director of Project Office “Innovation and Investment Market” MICEX; Senior Investment Manager of Investment Department of Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies. She has a degree in “Computers, Computer Complexes, Systems and Nets”at the Moscow Technical University of Telecommunications and Informatics. Elina Yurina studied “Finance Law” at Moscow Financial-Juridical Academy, Department of Finance and Law and in addition earned a degree as an economist with “Investment and Innovations Management” at the Russian Academy of State Administration under the President of the Russian Federation, Department Dr. Dmitry Genkin has the Russian equivalent of an MD in Internal Therapy from St. Petersburg Medical Academy in 1992 and got his further training in experimental pharmacology at The School of Pharmacy, University of London (1992) and at the Department of Clinical Pharmacology at Karo- linska Hospital, Stockholm (1992-1993). Dmitry Genkin was formerly Chief Executive Officer of ASGL Research Laboratories ZAO, a company that he founded in 1994 to run drug development in the field focusing on viral and cancer diseases. He also served as Executive Chairman of Pharmavit OAO and Scientific Director of Pharmavit Holding ZAO. He is Director of LSE listed Lipoxen PLC and MI- CEX listed Human Stem Cell Institute OAO. Currently Dmitry Genkin is a partner and director of FDS Dr. Renad Z. Sagdeev (December 13, 1941) Member of Russian Academy of Science. Vice-president of
Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science. Member of Presidents Counsel for Science, Technol- ogy and Education. Member of American Photochemistry and “AMPERE” society. Director of Interna- tional Tomography Center of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science. President of “Techno- logical and Scientific Park of Novosibirsk Scientific Center” foundation. Renad Z. Sagdeev made sig- nificant discoveries in the research of nuclear magnetic resonance effects. Under his direction the International Tomography Center became a leading Russian institution in exploration of magnetic effects in chemistry, permitting realization of numerous fundamental and applied researches of these effects. Author of more than 400 scientific works he is a laureate of Leninsky and State prizes. He prepared a large number of scientists who continue research in this field. Stiftung Swiss Russian Forum • Rebwiesstrasse 44 • CH-8702 Zollikon / Zurich Tel +41 44 261 19 71 • Fax +41 44 261 19 88 • [email protected] • A Foundation according to Swiss law domiciled in Zurich


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