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Innovating for Profit in Russia: Summary of a Workshop Appendixes

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Innovating for Profit in Russia: Summary of a Workshop A Russian-American Workshop: Innovating for Profit in Russia October 25-26, 2004 Presidium Hall of the Urals Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences Yekaterinburg, Russia LIST OF PARTICIPANTS Aleksandr Y. Ageev, Innovations and Entrepreneurship Support Group, Seversk Valery N. Charushin, Urals Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg W. Mark Crowell, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill Aleksei V. Golubev, All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Physics, Sarov Eduard S. Gorkunov, Urals Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg Rita S. Guenther, The U.S. National Academies, Washington, D.C. Vladimir A. Khokhlov, Institute of High-Temperature Electrochemistry, Yekaterinburg Vsevolod S. Kortov, Innovatika Center, Urals State Technical University, Yekaterinburg Viktor L. Kozhevnikov, Institute of Solid State Chemistry, Yekaterinburg Eugene B. Krentsel, University of Missouri, Columbia Yury F. Maidanik, Institute of Thermal Physics, Yekaterinburg

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Innovating for Profit in Russia: Summary of a Workshop Mark B. Myers, Xerox Company (ret.) and University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Ilya M. Paderin, Regional Center for Technology Transfer, Akademichesky, Yekaterinburg Anatoly N. Paderov, PRAD, Yekaterinburg George D. Pomeroy, U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, D.C. Natalya Y. Pomertseva, Intellectual Property and Innovation Managament Group of the Urals Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg Vladimir V. Prokhorov, Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Yekaterinburg Dennis I. Robbins, Techpiphany, Inc., Richardson, Texas Yury V. Rumyantsev, International Development Center, Snezhinsk Glenn E. Schweitzer, The U.S. National Academies, Washington, D.C. E. N. Selivanov, Institute of Metallurgy, Yekaterinburg Yury K. Shiyan, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow Alvin W. Trivelpiece, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque Boris K. Vodolaga, All-Union Scientific Research Institute for Technical Physics (VNIITF), Snezhinsk AGENDA OCTOBER 25, 2004 Welcoming Addresses Valery N. Charushin, Urals Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences Alvin W. Trivelpiece, Sandia National Laboratories George D. Pomeroy, U.S. Department of Energy Presentations Building an Effective Partnership: From Idea to Market Yury F. Maidanik, Institute of Thermal Physics Loop Heat Pipes—Highly Efficient Heat Transfer Devices and the Potential for their Commercialization Natalya Y. Pomortseva, Intellectual Property and Innovation Management Group of the Urals Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Anatoly N. Paderov, PRAD, Yekaterinburg Technology Transfer to a Foreign Partner: Erosion Resistance Coating Technology for Airfoil Protection Applications

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Innovating for Profit in Russia: Summary of a Workshop Vsevolod S. Kortov, Innovatika Center, Urals State Technical University, Yekaterinburg Technology Transfer at Russian Universities: Experiences and Problems W. Mark Crowell, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill From Research to Technology Transfer: Strategies for Linking Basic Research with Industry Needs Identifying Opportunities for Moving Ideas to the Market Boris K. Vodolaga, All-Union Scientific Research Institute for Technical Physics (VNIITF) Review of Prospective Projects between VNIITF and Institutes of the Urals Branch Viktor L. Kozhevnikov, Institute of Solid State Chemistry Applied Research in the Institute for Solid State Chemistry Mark B. Myers, Xerox Company (ret.) and University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Consideration of Market and Technological Factors for Commercial Success Assessing Opportunities for Introducing New Technologies Aleksandr Y. Ageev, Innovations and Entrepreneurship Support Group Innovation Potential of Seversk Ilya M. Paderin, Regional Center for Technology Transfer, Akademichesky On Work Practices of the Urals Regional Center for Technology Transfer Open Discussion OCTOBER 26, 2004 Welcoming Address Eduard S. Gorkunov, Urals Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences

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Innovating for Profit in Russia: Summary of a Workshop Presentations Problems in Need of Solutions: Identifying Industrial Priorities Aleksei V. Golubev, All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Experimental Physics Marketing and Commercializing R&D Capabilities: SarovLabs as a Case Study Managing a Successful Industry-Research Partnership Vladimir A. Khokhlov, Institute of High-Temperature Electrochemistry Innovation Potential of High Temperature Electrochemistry Planning for the Quality of New Technological Products: Requirements for Researchers Yury V. Rumyantsev, International Development Center Responsibilities for Introducing New Technologies into Practice: Organization, Assistance, and Financial Aspects Assessing Opportunities for Introducing New Technologies Alvin W. Trivelpiece, Sandia National Laboratories Experience of U.S. National Laboratories Customer-Driven Research Eugene B. Krentsel, University of Missouri, Columbia Technology Push vs. Market Pull Vladimir V. Prokhorov, Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics Multifunctional System for Internet Video Communications E. N. Selivanov, Institute of Metallurgy, Yekaterinburg Innovation Activity at the Institute of Metallurgy Dennis I. Robbins, Techpiphany, Inc. Commercialization of R&D through a New Business Development Process Open Discussion Adjournment