«ATOMEXPO 2024» will discuss the role of economic preferences for the development of territories

25 March
On March 25, the international forum «ATOMEXPO 2024» will host a panel discussion “Cluster of the Future: Innovation Hubs for Technology Development.”

The event will be attended by leading experts from Russia and the Republic of Belarus, representatives of government bodies and priority development territories, and experts in the field of management of preferential territories. In particular, the session will be attended by Chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology of the Republic of Belarus Sergei Shlychkov, General Director of Atom-TOR JSC Nikolay Pegin, General Director of the Moscow Innovation Cluster Foundation Alexey Parabuchev, General Director of the Sirius Information Technology Center Alexander Loskutov , First Deputy General Director of ANO "Innovative Engineering Center" Dmitry Vagin and others.

In the format of a panel discussion, issues of managing territories with preferential economic regimes will be discussed in order to develop innovative businesses. The best practices for integrated urban development, implementation of knowledge-intensive, innovative, industrial and educational projects will be discussed.

The relevance of the stated topic is related to the tasks of the Rosatom State Corporation and Russian industry as a whole to achieve complete technological independence in the creation of complex, knowledge-intensive products that are competitive at the global level.

The panel discussion “Cluster of the Future: Innovative Technology Development Hubs” will be held in Hall No. 3 of the Sirius Science and Art Park. Starts at 9:00.

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JSC Atom-TOR is a management company that was created on May 19, 2017 in accordance with Federal Law No. 473-FZ “On Priority Development Territories in the Russian Federation.” The company carries out activities to manage priority development territories (ADTs) in closed administrative-territorial entities (ZATOs) of Rosatom. The company’s objectives: implementation of Federal Law No. 473-F3 “On Priority Development Territories”, development of Rosatom priority development areas to achieve technological independence of Rosatom and the Russian economy as a whole, increasing the volume of civilian products in accordance with Rosatom’s plans.

Russian industry faces the goal of ensuring technological sovereignty and the transition to the latest technologies in the shortest possible time. The state and large domestic companies are directing resources to accelerate the development of the domestic research, infrastructure, scientific and technological base. Rosatom and its enterprises take an active part in this work.