To download the workshop program in pdf format
The workshop sessions will be held in the Turquoise room at the Memorial Union at ASU Tempe campus. The evening reception on Monday, November 5, will be held at the Monti's restaurant in the downtown Tempe. A dinner-reception on Tuesday, November 6, will be held at a private residence in Paridise Valley (direction is available at the registration desk). Networking night social meeting will be held on September 7, Wednesday from 7 to 11 pm at the W Scottsdale Hotel.
For optional tours and requests for individual meetings, please, contact the registration desk.
The registration fee is $500, which can be paid by wire transfer, check or credit card:
by wire transfer: Please, send e.mail to email@example.com to get an invoice (if required) and bank account information. If you pay the conference fee by wire, please, add additional $25 ASU wire fee. Thus the total fee, if paid by wire will be $525 plus the wire fee you will be paying at your bank. Please, send us your wire information details in order us to be able to allocate it with the name of the beneficiary participant.
by check to: RUSTEC workshop
(Attn: Anatoli Korkin)
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Arizona State University
Tempe, Arizona 85287-1604
by credit card: Click here. You will be asked for additional registration at the web site of our partner Regonline. If you have any problem with the credit card payment, please, contact Marie.Lawrence@asu.edu (tel: +1-480-965-9068).
Participants who need US visa to attend the workshop are advised to read the following information about nonimmigrant visas at the web site of US Embassy in Moscow and particularly the following:
Anyone applying for a visa to attend a scientific or technical conference, conduct research, participate in meetings, undertake post-graduate studies, or engage in employment in a scientific or technical field should submit the current resume or CV indicating your educational background, work history, your current job responsibilities, field of expertise and research interest, and the list of publications. These documents must be provided in English.
Additional administrative processing is often required by U.S. Embassy Moscow’s Consular Section for individuals involved in scientific or technical fields of work or study. We recommend that all applicants, particularly those involved in scientific or technical fields, apply for a visa as soon as they are aware of their travel plans to the U.S. We urge all applicants to apply no later than 30 days before the intended date of travel. Unfortunately, in most cases the possibility that your visa may be subject to additional processing will not be considered an emergency for the purpose of granting expedited appointments.
Some people may be confused by the fact that the name Phoenix is used for the City of Phoenix (capital of Arizona) as well as the entire Metropolitan Area, which also includes Tempe and a number of other cities. The demarcation of municipal borders in not apparent, and, while driving through the Phoenix MSA, you will not see a border checkpoints or welcome signs. Another important detail, which makes arrival to our meeting easy and comfortable, is that Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is located only about five miles from Downtown Tempe and the Tempe Campus of Arizona State University. Most hotels provide complimentary shuttle service, but if you do not want to wait for a shuttle, it is only a 10 minutes ride for about 15 dollars with the taxi.
The workshop sessions on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will be held in the Turquoise room at the Memorial Union at ASU Tempe campus. The morning session on Thursday will be held at Engineering Research Center (ERC), room 533. The evening reception on Monday, November 5, will be held at the Monti's restaurant in the Tempe downtown. Reception at a private residence in Paradise Valley will be held on Tuesday night, November 6. Networking night social meeting will be held on September 7, Wednesday from 7 to 11 pm at the W Scottsdale Hotel.
Further workshop events will be added to the program and posted at this web page as soon as they emerge.
The nearest visitor parking to the Memorial Union is at the Apache Blvd. Parking Structure just north of the MU. If that lot is full, we recommend the Rural Road Parking Structure on the east side of campus (accessed at Rural and Terrace), the Fulton Center Parking Structure (on College just north of University Dr.), or at Tempe Center (at Mill and University). More information for visitor parking at the ASU Tempe campus is available university at https://cfo.asu.edu/pts-visitor-tempe.
Accommodations at a discount rate ($75/night including breakfast, single or double occupancy) is available at the Four Points by Sheraton hotel located at a South East corner of ASU campus. The hotel provides free transportation from Sky Harbor international airport which is located in 15 min driving distance from Tempe downtown and from ASU campus. To make reservation at the Four Points by Sheraton hotel with the discount rate, please, contact the sale manager Joseph.Munoz@fourpontstempe.com (tel:480-337-2801) or Diana.Khusnutdinova@asu.edu at the workshop organizing Commitee. We encourage the workshop participants to make the hotel reservations as soon as possible. November is a very busy month in Phoenix!
ASU Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Arizona Commerce Authority
Four Points by Sheraton
Science and Technology in Russian Federation: STRF.RU - Web Magazine
William Petuskey, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona (Education section)
Stephen Goodnick, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona (Research section)
Charlie Lewis, Arizona Technology Enterprises, Scottsdale, Arizona (Technology innovations section)
Anatoli Korkin, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona (General chair)
Doug Bruhnke, Growth Nation, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Eugene Buff, UsTech Discovery, Boston, Massachuttes, USA
Irina Dezhina, Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Moscow, Russia
Leonid Gozman, Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies, Moscow, Russia
Aleksey Kargopoltsev, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russia
Ram Salman, Taetion, Scottsdale, Arizona
Nikolay Suetin, Skolkovo Foundation, Moscow, Russia
Karla Teixeira, Arizona Commerce Authority, Phoenix, Arizona
Kendrick White, Marchmont Capital Partners, Nizhnij Novgorod, Russia
Rebecca Davis, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
Valeriy Khaldarov, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
Diana Khusnutdinova, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
Marie Lawrence, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
Christian Lorentzen, Google, San Francisco, California
Yana Morford (IT Liaison), Volga International Group, Scottsdale, Arizona
Igor Shishkov, Arizona Oncology Services, Phoenix, Arizona
Sergei Voronov, INTEL, Phoenix, Arizona
Offer: Platform and solutions for cancer pervention
Request: Partnerships in oncology research, with experts in animal model, immunologists, vaccinologists, clinical trials experts and epidemiologists
Foundry for Patterned Chemistry
Offer: Chips with peptides for immunosignaturing diagnostics, therapeutics, enzyme modulation
Request: Partnerships in clinical research, veterinary research, chemistry and biology
Next Generation Therapeutics, Antibiotics and Antivirals
Offer: synbody platform for therapeutics and anti-infectives
Request: Expertise in animal models for therapeutics, and clinical research
Continuous Health Monitoring and Early Disease Detection
Offer: licensing technology
Request: International partners for commercialization and business development
Edison of Medicine: Training Tomorrow’s Inventors
Offer: Graduate program at the Biodesign Institute
Request: Seeking qualified international students
Design and testing of thermal and mechanical properties of electronic devices
Offer: Consulting, problem solving and software
Request: Seeking customers and partners in USA
Offer: Know-how, working prototype, expertise
Request: Seeking commercialization partners in USA
Interdisciplinary graduate degree program
Offer: Nanotechnology master degree program at ASU Physics and Chemistry Departments
Request: Seeking interested students and universities in Russia
Biological design doctoral program
Offer: PhD program at the ASU Biodesign Institute
Request: Seeking interested students and universities in Russia
Advanced Radiation Therapy Cancer Treatment
Offer: Cancer Treatment with the best Radiation Therapy Technologies available in the US
Request: Seeking partners in Russia
ASU Venture Catalyst
Offer: Training and assistance in capitalization of high-tech start-ups
Request: Seeking customers and partners in Russia
MyTypeTM Flexible Wireless Keyboard
Offer: Patent protected technology and design
Request: Seeking international investors and business development partners
Tester for multijunction solar cells
Offer: Four-lamp tester for advanced solar cells technology: Commercial product and expertise
Request: Seeking commercialization partners and customers in USA
How to Launch a Startup in Silicon Valley: Practical Step-By-Step Guide
Offer: Training course
Request: Seeking interested international entrepreneurs
Participants of RUSTEC workshop may benefit by attending some other conferences, workshops and various networking events which will take place in November in Arizona and in Southwest region of USA, such as:
2012 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Awards, Phoenix Convention Center, November 8