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  • 1. FIRST STEPS. FIRST ACHIEVEMENTS. Foundation Skolkovo 2011Copyright Foundation forDevelopment of the Center www.i-gorod.comof Researchand Commercializingof New TechnologiesSkolkovo Foundation,2010—2011
  • 2. FIRST STEPS. Skolkovo FoundationFIRST ACHIEVEMENTS. 2010—2011
  • 3. FIRST STEPS. Skolkovo Foundation FIRST ACHIEVEMENTS. 2010—2011The Mission Strategicof Skolkovo Goals and SuccessSkolkovo is to becomean innovation hub that will Measuresstimulate innovative entre- of Skolkovopreneurship and dissemi- Enable efficient ac- Build self-sustaining Attract world-classnate entrepreneurial culture cess to capital and expertise; eco-system to sup- port developing lo- business and scien- tific talentacross the country to inte- Ensure strong IP protection cal advanced R&Dgrate Russia into the globaleconomy: ENTRY POINS 1 Fostering advancement of human RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT COMMERCIALIZATION OPERATIONS capital in Russia by attracting foreign specialists and creating conditions for EXIT POINS local innovative talent development 2 Creating globally competitive Build global lead- ing business, Create a home for independent Help to generate external market products and services based on cut- regulatory and ven- stakeholders: demand ting-edge research ture support Academic, corpora- environment tions, researchers, venture finance, etc. 3 Establishing global innovative companies in Russia 6 7
  • 4. FIRST STEPS. Skolkovo Foundation FIRST ACHIEVEMENTS. 2010—2011MainDirectionsTechnology clusters (energy,biomedical, IT, space, nu-clear) will engage in devel-oping new technologies andproducts: ENERGY IT BIO- SPACE NUCLEAR MEDICAL TECH Energy efficiency IT and software Space technology and energy saving engineering in telecommunica- incl. development Biotechnology and tions and naviga- Nuclear technol- of new energy medical technology tion systems ogy (assistance for technology incl. development special companies of medical drugs in this area) and equipment 8 9
  • 5. FIRST STEPS. Skolkovo Foundation FIRST ACHIEVEMENTS. 2010—2011SkolkovoFoundationtrack record Federal Law Skolkovo Commision for the modernization Innovation Center and technological Signed development —Members of the Skolkovo Foundation’s regulatory bodies SEPTEMBER 28th Foundation defined Mandate JUNE 19th enacted Skolkovo OCTOBER 28th Foundation MAY 21st Commision registered for the modernization and technological development DECEMBER 14th 2 town-planning concepts Advisory Scientific presented to society Board formed APRIL—AUGUST 24th JANUARY 20th Commision for the modernization MARCH 23rd Scientific Advisory and technological FEBRUARY 2nd-4th Council development FEBUARY 25th Skolkovo Foundation Council - Town-planning concept approved 145 28 32 11 10 1members of the participants partner innovative projects partner town-planning expert board Universities funded companies concept 10 11
  • 6. FIRST STEPS. Skolkovo Foundation FIRST ACHIEVEMENTS. 2010—2011Creatingin Skolkovo SWE(1) Research and improve- ISR(1) The System for Under- Biotechnology detect- Superconducting standing and Translat- ing and neutralizing industry ment of composite ing Natural Language dangerous infectious thermal isolative coat- Texts agents ing based on micro- spheres USA(11) UK(3) Creating a research cen- Creation of new anti-hypoxy- Microbial fuel cells ter of thin-film tech- adenosive technologies, nologies in energetics at medicines and vaccines for Ioffe Physico-Technical treatment of cancer, infec- Institute tious diseases and sepsis FRA(2) SVK(2) Development of ener- Development and Development of origi- gy-saving innovation implementation of pre- nal drugs for treatment processes of complex visualization technology of viral infections and processing of industrial diagnostic methods of waste on the basis of viral infections Skskolkovo new smelting technolo- gies Intellectual IP surveil- Development of original lance software package drugs for treatment of viral infections and diag- nostic methods of viral infections 3d rendering using Creation of family of International Center cloud technologies hybrid locomotives of for Quantum Optics & new generation Quantum Technology Development of universal New technologies and nanomaterials for lithium-ion endovascular implants batteries with high specific energy and power (stents) with biodegrada- tion properties Creation of integrated in- CAN(1) Setting up innovative Cloud Incubator Target diagnostic and Development of ener- formation system for rescue manufacture of asym- therapeutic multimodal gochemical complex for operations at emergency situations of natural and metric electrochemical agents on the carrier with on-site processing of technogenic character capacitors with aque- the structure “nucleus- associated petroleum ous electrolytes, a new carbonic capsule” gas into methane for generation of chemical the purposes of local GER(3) Pharmaceuticals from current supply devices Wind Generator municipal and indus- the modified polymer having high cycle life, to trial power supply carbohydrates tackle tasks of enhancing energy efficiency SUI(2) CZE(1) Hydrodynamic technol- Establishing the complex of Research and Develop- technologies for Ultra-High pu- ogy of sewage sludge rity Rare gases and its mixtures ment center for surface utilization production. Production of Neon, modification and func- Helium and Xenon isotopes on tional coatings a commercial scale for Medicine. NED(1)Energy IT BioTech 12 13
  • 7. FIRST STEPS. Skolkovo Foundation FIRST ACHIEVEMENTS. 2010—2011Creatingin Skolkovo The foundation expert network: Berkley, Russian and International Skolkovo Innovation Centre Boston, Chicago, Costa-Mesa, Los-Angeles, scientific and research partner companies: Cisco, San Diego, Pittsburg, West-Lafayette; Am- institutions: Massachusetts, Boeing, Microsoft, Intel, sterdam, Barcelona,Berlin, Calgary, Dresden, Stanford, Cambridge, Dub- Siemens, Nokia, Tata, Nokia Edinburgh, Kiev, Lausanne, London, Okinawa, na, Moscow, Kazan, No- Siemens Networks, Lukoil, Oxford, Petah Tikva, Regensburg, Stuttgart, vosibirsk, Saint-Petersburg, Rosatom Wolfenbuttel Samara, Tomsk14 15
  • 8. FIRST STEPS. Skolkovo Foundation FIRST ACHIEVEMENTS. 2010—2011KeypartnersAlready Started negotiationssigned: with 11 international partners: ABBYY - Novar-8+2 agreements with tis - Honeywell - DuPont,key international part- Google - Kodak - Schlum-ners: Cisco - Boeing - Sie- berger - Johnson&Johnsonmens, Microsoft - Nokia - - IMTECH - DOW Chemi-Intel, Tata - Nokia Siemens cals, John DeerNetworks + EADS, Alstom2 agreements with Rus- 20 Russian Companiessian partners: Lukoil - Ro- with Government Partic-satom ipation Collaboration points: Establish R&D Center and labs Joint educational programs Research grants for residents Support for business-Incubators Venture capital financing for companies—residents 16 17
  • 9. FIRST STEPS. Skolkovo Foundation FIRST ACHIEVEMENTS. 2010—2011Skolkovo In order to: 1institute Become a hub for sharing exper- tise with leading research institutions both in and outside Russiaof technology 2 Produce IP which can be com- mercially developed in Russia 1 Develop a graduate degree program to train future technol- ogy experts Partner with other lead- 3 Enter the world network of re- ing academic institutions to create a search universities, reach prominent world-class graduate program positions in the international academ- ic rankings 2 Focus on applied research and development of technological exper- tise 3 Attract globally recognized, lead- ing faculty members to teach and conduct research at Skolkovo 4 Attract top-tier graduate students and help them transition into being successful entrepreneurs or industries upon graduation 5 Support setting up labs in Skolkovo as well as network-based labs affiliated through partnerships agreements with other academic insti- tutions18 19
  • 10. FIRST STEPS. Skolkovo Foundation FIRST ACHIEVEMENTS. 2010—2011SkolkovoInnovationCentredevelopmentplans Territory: Land plot assemblingfor 2011 Starting operation of the Cube building Approval of the master plan Raising off-budget funds: 1 BLN. RUB. As companies-participants’Key partners: projects co-financing Contracts execution and implementation Normative basis elaborationwith 15 KEY PARTNERS Start of raising funds for Fund and University Current agreements Implementation endowment Companies with Government Participation in-Innovative projects: novation programs Nuclear and telecommunication directions de- Institutes of development (RVC, Rosnano,velopment Vnesheconombank) Foundation’s grants 8,8 BLN. RUB Attraction 10 INVESTMENTS FUNDSfor joint work Public relations: 100 COMPANIES granted with the partici- 24-hours Foundation’s website and applicationpant status track systems Skolkovo project participants transformation into communication network creators Humanitarian Skolkovo project launching 20 21
  • 11. FIRST STEPS. Skolkovo Foundation FIRST ACHIEVEMENTS. 2010—2011The ConstructionSkolkovo commencementCityConception 2011 Land plot area (ha) 389 Population and personnel -AREP 20 00022 23
  • 12. FIRST STEPS. Skolkovo Foundation FIRST ACHIEVEMENTS. 2010—2011Contacts GEIGER Steven Lawrence COO: Сhief operating officer SGeiger@corp.i-gorod.com +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext. 2129 KOLOSOV Dmitry Vice-President, Chief of Staff to the President and the Foundation Councils DKolosov@corp.i-gorod.com +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext. 2152 MASLAKOV Victor City Manager +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext.2001 VMaslakov@corp.i-gorod.com VEKSELBERG Viktor NAUMOV Stanislav President vice-President for Government +7 (495) 745 78 48 and Public relations VVekselberg@corp.i-gorod.com +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext.2083 SNaumov@corp.i-gorod.com ALEKSEEV Oleg Education and Research, Director ROMANOVSKY Roman +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext.2034 Key Partners, Director OAlekseev@corp.i-gorod.com +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext.3000 RRomanovsky@corp.i-gorod.com BELTYUKOV Alexei Vice President, Director of Planning SITNIKOV Alexei and Development International Development, Director ABeltyukov@corp.i-gorod.com +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext.3009 +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext. 2067 ASitnikov@corp.i-gorod.com DYACHENKO Ekaterina TURKOT Alexander Energy Efficiency, Cluster Director IT, Cluster Director +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext.2045 +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext.3016 EDyachenko@corp.i-gorod.com ATurkot@corp.i-gorod.com GORYANIN Igor Bio-medicine, Cluster Director +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext.2031 IGoryanin@corp.i-gorod.com24 25

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