Skolkovo 2013 Japan

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Skolkovo 2013 Japan

  1. 1. Skolkovo:serious aboutsoftwareAlbert YefimovSkolkovo IT Cluster
  2. 2. Skolkovo started in 2010 ...http://eng.kremlin.ru/news/1017
  3. 3. … with important benefits …• Our land: • 1.5 from Moscow; • 4.5 sq km; Новоивановское • ~ 25 mln sqm of buildings in Марфино 2015; • Up to 31 000 people living in 2016; д.Сколково • 20 min from city downtown by train in 2015. Немчиново• Taxes are smallest in Russia;• Customs and visas are easy;• Strong IP protection institution. Баковка
  4. 4. … and our Results in 2013• First operational building – “Hypercube”;• 200 students in SkolTech and Open University;• 790 startups;• 179 state grants up to 3 years ~ $277 mln;• Dozens of innovation contests• 143 IP filings;• Startups revenues in 2012 ~ $50 mln;• Loyal venture funds allocated ~ $600 mln;• 24 MNCs signed agreements on R&D centers.
  5. 5. Right People at the TopSkolkovo Foundation Council - highest decisionmaking body of the Skolkovo Foundation
  6. 6. Right People at the TopSkolkovo Foundation Council - highest decisionmaking body of the Skolkovo FoundationJohn T. Chambers Craig Barrett Eric E. Schmidt Peter Löscher Esko Aho Victor VekselbergChairman and CEO Former CEO of Intel Chairman and CEO CEO of Siemens AG Former PM of President ofof Cisco. of Google Finland Foundation 6
  7. 7. Right People at the TopSkolkovo Foundation Council - highest decisionmaking body of the Skolkovo FoundationJohn T. Chambers Craig Barrett Eric E. Schmidt Peter Löscher Esko Aho Victor VekselbergChairman and CEO Former CEO of Intel Chairman and CEO CEO of Siemens AG Former PM of President ofof Cisco. of Google Finland FoundationScientific Advisory Council - sets priorities forR&D at Skolkovo 7
  8. 8. Right People at the TopSkolkovo Foundation Council - highest decisionmaking body of the Skolkovo FoundationJohn T. Chambers Craig Barrett Eric E. Schmidt Peter Löscher Esko Aho Victor VekselbergChairman and CEO Former CEO of Intel Chairman and CEO CEO of Siemens AG Former PM of President ofof Cisco. of Google Finland FoundationScientific Advisory Council - sets priorities forR&D at Skolkovo.Roger David Zhores Alferov Jean-Mari Lehn, Valery Kozlov Siegfried Dais Richard LernerKornberg, Nobel Nobel Prize laureate Nobel Prize laureate VP, Russian Vice-Chairman, President, ScrippsPrize laureate Academy of Sciences Bosch GmbH Research Institute 8
  9. 9. Skolkovo Mission DIVERSIFY THE RUSSIAN ECONOMY THROUGH INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP INTEGRATE RUSSIAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INTO THE GLOBAL ECONOMY DEVELOP HUMAN CAPITAL THROUGH WORLD-CLASS RESEARCH NURTURE COMPETITIVE KNOWLEDGE-BASED COMPANIES 9
  10. 10. Our unique ecosystemBased on the best of the best inrussian innovators Start-ups MIT partnership Project Science & Key Skolkovo Partners Tech University Allocated $ 600 Basis for Venture mln “innovation Capital spillover”
  11. 11. Benefits are good too forsuch unique ecosystem! No Incubator Mentoring Housing Customs Duty Venture Non- No VAT & Visas Diluting Income for Capital Grants tax Foreigners Accounting Shared- Insurance and Legal premiums use services CAPEX
  12. 12. Our Key Partners:International Companies: Russian Companies : 12
  13. 13. Examples of R&D activity by Key PartnersEADS Russian Technology Office at IBM Research Center at Nokia Research Center at Siemens Research Center atSkolkovo: Skolkovo: Skolkovo: Skolkovo:about 400 sq. m. about 2 000 sq. m. about 500 sq. m. about 4 000 sq. m.15 employees 150 employees 25 employees 150 employeesR&D plan: R&D plan: Nokia Ventures co-operation R&D plan:Project 1 – IT Security Energy & Utility: with Skolkovo Project 1 – VHF-systemsProject 2 – Complex engineering Project 1 – Energy storage R&D plan: Project 2 – Analytical softwaresolutions Project 2 – Analytical software Project 1 – Flexible electronics Project 3 – New energyProject 3 – "Green" Energy Biomedical: research project generationProject 4 – Energy storage Project 3 – Computer aided drug Project 2 – Wireless sensor Project 4 – Personalized design networks medicine IT: Project 4 – Software for the financial and banking sectors Project 5 – IT in medicine and health care
  14. 14. Five Clusters Energy IT BioMed Space NuclearEnergy Efficiency & Hardware, Pharmaceuticals, Space Technologies, Nuclear & Cleantech Software Biotechnology, Tele- Radiation & Distributed Medical Devices Communications Technologies, Computation & & Materials BioIT Navigation Systems & Engineering IT Cluster has 1 in 3 projects in Skolkovo
  15. 15. IT Cluster Foresight (2.0) • Result of over 1,500 reviewed projects • Interaction with leading industry institutions Low HighAttractiveness High Long Term Potential High Priority Areas “No Regret” Areas Low Low Priority Areas Feasibility
  16. 16. New search and recognition technology New development and testing tools Development of Communication and Tools and Means forNew solutions for searching and recognition New programming languages, new visual Navigation Technologiesof audio, video and images software development toolsl New way of increasing efficiency of existingApplication of semantics (sense) for Efficient requirements management systems communications including wireless andinformation search and system engineering tools, tools for optical communicationsNew technologies in computer aided verification and validation in development New wired and wireless communication Future Informationtranslation systems complex software systems. technologies New environments and methods for teaching New geoinformation and navigation systemsNew data storage, processing and software engineering, programming languages (including global positioning technologies)transmission methods (More than Moore) and usage of IT technologies.Development of new nanodevices forinformation storage and processing for energy Development of new high performance Secure Information Technologies Technologiesefficient equipmentNew research and development in photonics,nanophotonics and metamaterials, includingintegrated optical systems; fully optical computing and data storage systems New algorithms for high parallel computing; Development of new communication topology and interaction protocols for improvement of New biometric and identification systems New applications and infrastructure solutions for increasing internet security New applications and infrastructure solutionscomputing devices; data storage and exchange energy efficiency, failure resistance and for cyber threats prevention and cyber Developmentdevices and hybrid optical components forconventional computersNew ideas in quantum informaticsDevelopment of new high speed electronic reduction of exchange time between system elements. IT New applications for supercomputers. Exaflop computers; investigations New applications and infrastructure solutions for data protection in cloud and distributed computationdevices and materials for prospective New software for high-performance andacquisition, storage, processing and reliable data storage systemsinformation transmission methods including New Human-Machine Interfaces for Anywireless networks.New materials and nanotechnologies formanufacturing of optoelectronic andelectronic devices and circuits Applications Ubiquitous and Cloud Computing New software for interaction between autonomous (including transport and mobile) devices New technological elements of data Applications New methods for usage of gestures, vision and voice interfaces for computer systems control New methods and software for neurocomputers’ interfaces withProcessing of Large Data Arrays (big data transmission network infrastructure that link New methods, infrastructure solutions andproblem) physical and virtual objects by collection, software for augmented/modified realityNewDevelopment of new methods and algorithms processing and analysis of obtained data.New applications and devices for better socialfor collection, storage and intellectual analysis integrated sensors and sensor networks adaptation of people with limited abilitesof large volume of data Development of new elements of New TechnologiesNew methods of distributed processing of big infrastructure and software for implementationdata of different models of provisioning of cloudNew methods and software for predictive servicesmodelling of complex engineering solutions
  17. 17. New search and recognition technology New development and testing tools Development of Communication andNew solutions for searching and recognition New programming languages, new visual Navigation Technologiesof audio, video and images software development tools New way of increasing efficiency of existingApplication of semantics (sense) for Efficient requirements management systems communications including wireless andinformation search and system engineering tools, tools for optical communicationsNew technologies in computer aided verification and validation in development New wired and wireless communicationtranslation systems complex software systems. technologies New environments and methods for teaching New geoinformation and navigation systemsNew data storage, processing and software engineering, programming languages (including global positioning technologies)transmission methods (More than Moore) and usage of IT technologies.Development of new nanodevices forinformation storage and processing for energy Development of new high performance Secure Information Technologiesefficient equipment computing and data storage systems New biometric and identification systemsNew research and development in photonics, New algorithms for high parallel computing; New applications and infrastructure solutionsnanophotonics and metamaterials, including Development of new communication topology for increasing internet securityintegrated optical systems; fully optical and interaction protocols for improvement of New applications and infrastructure solutionscomputing devices; data storage and exchange energy efficiency, failure resistance and for cyber threats prevention and cyberdevices and hybrid optical components for reduction of exchange time between system investigationsconventional computers elements. New applications and infrastructure solutionsNew ideas in quantum informatics New applications for supercomputers. for data protection in cloud and distributedDevelopment of new high speed electronic Exaflop computers; computationdevices and materials for prospective New software for high-performance andacquisition, storage, processing and reliable data storage systemsinformation transmission methods including New Human-Machine Interfaces for Anywireless networks. Ubiquitous and Cloud Computing ApplicationsNew materials and nanotechnologies for New software for interaction between New methods for usage of gestures, vision andmanufacturing of optoelectronic and autonomous (including transport and mobile) voice interfaces for computer systems controlelectronic devices and circuits devices New methods and software for New technological elements of data neurocomputers’ interfacesProcessing of Large Data Arrays (big data transmission network infrastructure that link New methods, infrastructure solutions andproblem) physical and virtual objects by collection, software for augmented/modified realityNewDevelopment of new methods and algorithms processing and analysis of obtained data.New applications and devices for better socialfor collection, storage and intellectual analysis integrated sensors and sensor networks adaptation of people with limited abilitiesof large volume of data Development of new elements ofNew methods of distributed processing of big infrastructure and software for implementationdata of different models of provisioning of cloudNew methods and software for predictive servicesmodelling of complex engineering solutions
  18. 18. How we select projects? • Panel of 126 world class experts selects projects; • For each incoming project randomly selected 10 experts answer a set of six important questions: 1. Does project corresponds to one of clusters foresights? 2. Does product or technology has potential competitive advantage over world’s similar products or technologies? 3. Does product or technology has significant commercial opportunity on Russian market (minimum) and world market (in perspective)? 4. Is project theoretically feasible and don’t contradict fundamental scientific principles? 5. Do key researchers, developers and managers have necessary knowledge and experience for successful project implementation? 6. Does project team has a member (or few members) with international experience in research, development and commercialization of projects’ results?If majority of experts answer “Yes”, then project is granted Skolkovo’s status!
  19. 19. Key strength of IT ClusterSkolkovo Our Trends Analitical software Video and audio recognitionNew ways of computing, storage and transmission of… 1 Mobile applications Complex Engineering Systems IT Security 2 Web X.0 New multimedia search Embedded control systems 3 IT in Education IT in Healthcare Finance and Banking software Cloud Computing Wireless sensor networks Green IT 0 10 20 30 40 50
  20. 20. Japan welcomes SkolkovoJapanesestudents visitsour Technopark
  21. 21. Skolkovo welcomes JapanJapanesestudents visitsour Technopark
  22. 22. Results are modest butthere are Results!• Rock Flow Dynamics sells tNavigator to JOGMEC• T8 set world record with OFS Furukawa Company• Abbyy operates in Japan
  23. 23. Skolkovo M.D. Challenge
  24. 24. Skolkovo RoboticsChallenge
  25. 25. Skolkovo RoboticsChallengePossible nominations:• A robotic platform for educational programs• Automatic harvesting for agricultural purposes• “Brain - Computer” interface• ”Third Hand”• Cognitive robots• Personal protection robots• Robotic delivery of goods to remote mobile groups• Cheap and fast robotic arm
  26. 26. What we think of future Japan-Russian collaboration?• Take advantage of Russian talents and easy tax regime to setup R&D centers or startup;• Re-use our cool technologies, partnering with our startups to conquer global markets;• Offer cool technologies to our startups and research centers for joint projects;• Take advantage of our projects’ pipeline to see what is happening.
  27. 27. Examples of our projects
  28. 28. Rock Flow Dynamics• Recently JOGMEC bought a licencense for its product tNavigator: • This software is designed for running dynamic reservoir simulations on engineers’ laptops, servers, and HPC clusters. • Unlike other competing software products, tNavigator license pricing doesn’t depend on the number of cores employed in the shared memory computing systems. • One of the other distinctive features, which sets tNavigator apart from any existing products, is the interactive user control of the simulation run
  29. 29. T8: DWDM at 25 Tb/s• For development of DWDM system 25Т needs to transmit 250 channels 100G in С+L band, 33GHz• Alternative – 62 channels 400G loses by transmission distance.• The project will require the development of domestic module 100G with good spectrum characteristics and 33GHz grid, C+L band application.• Т8 STC has got Skolkovo’s resident status due to DWDM 25T project.
  30. 30. World record set by jointRussia and Japan team!
  31. 31. Science in Russia• Russia contributed greatly to the advancement of science and technology.• Spending on science and innovation increased sharply in the last five 3 thousand research years institutions World’s 8th• Russia is one of world’s top ten largest state spenders on innovation and science funding for innovation• Number of patent applications 60 scientific increased by about 50% in the last ten towns years Russian Academy of• Skolkovo is to link Russian science Sciences with business and entrepreneurship 31
  32. 32. •ありがとう!In case of question please askAlbert Yefimov (aefimov@sk.ru)

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