RTU MIREA participated in the Moscow International Forum for Innovative Development – “Open Innovations-2020”
For the third time successively MIREA – Russian Technological University became an exhibitor of the joint stand of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation within the framework of the Moscow International Forum for Innovative Development “Open Innovations-2020”.
This year the University presented a full-scale sample of the developed technology of magnetic control and separation for the production of safe food. It includes unique developments of an experimental and computational method for controlling the content of impurities (demonstration of the analyzer), a method for magneto-diagnostics of impurities (demonstration of a model of a magnetometer), followed by the effective creation of magnetic separators for cleaning any raw material from metal impurities. This work is carried out within the framework of the State Assignment in the field of science. The work is performed under the guidance of the laureate of the RF Government prize in science and technology, Doctor of Technical Sciences, prof. A. A. Sandulyak, Department of Electronic Devices and Data&Measuring Systems of the Institute of Integrated Safety and Special Instrument Engineering.
Another exhibit was demonstrated by the Institute of Cybernetics. Created by a team of scientists under the guidance of A.M. Romanov, director of the Institute and head of the laboratory, the modular robotic cell is a proprietary development of RTU MIREA and was created with the prospect of commercialization and implementation both in industrial production processes and in order to train personnel in institutions of secondary and higher education.
In the business part of the forum, at the stand of the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia, RTU MIREA presented a report “Intelligent information and analytical system for forecasting the development of industrial and social infrastructure in the diverse climatic conditions of the Arctic”. The work in this direction is carried out at the Institute for Comprehensive Studies of National Maritime Policy, which is part of the University structure, under the guidance of A.M. Konovalov, Ph.D., Deputy Director of the Institute and Candidate of Economic Sciences, and G.V. Baturova, Deputy Head of the Center for Research of Marine Activities, Arctic and Antarctic.
For its participation in this event RTU MIREA was awarded the diploma from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation.