in Russia promoted by RUSNANO

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Commercialization of nanotechnologies
in Russia promoted by RUSNANO

Prof. Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi
,
Head of Department of Scientific &

Technical Expertise
,
Member of the Executive Board

Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


2

Mission
:
to implement the
state policy

in the field of nanotechnology

Key tasks
:
commercialization

of
nanotechnology projects,
modernization

of Russian industry, “smart jobs” creation


RF asset contributions
:



3.2
bln

Guaranteed debt financing:


4
.
3
bln

Russian Corporation
of Nanotechnologies

2007


2010

2011


2015



RUSNANO: Facts and Figures

Stock Company RUSNANO




fabrication of
nanoproducts

Non
-
profit foundation




infrastructure,

education etc.



Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


3



RUSNANO & Russian
nanoindustry

Russian
nanoindustry

Stock
Company
RUSNANO

Non
-
profit
foundations
(educational
programs,
conferences,
infrastructure)

Metrological
Center

RUSNANO
-
Inform

RUSNANO USA, Inc.

RUSNANO Capital AG

Project
companies

Venture
funds

Nano
-
centers &

incubators

RUSNANO Group of Companies

RUSNANO holding

RUSNANO

subsidiaries

RUSNANO Israel Ltd.

Independent

nano


companies

Research
institutes
and
universities

Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


NANOINDUSTRY

Infrastructure

Investment
projects

Demand
promotion

Standardization
/

certification

Popularization

& Education

4

Motivation to
be technically
competent

Motivation
to research

Legal basis
development

Increase in
demand



Nanoindustry

development

International Forum on
Nanotechnologies

31.10
-
03.11.2012

Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


0
5
10
15
20
25
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Revenue,


bln

5

Annual

revenue

of

nanoindustry

(
2015
)
:



22
,
5

bln


Employment

in

nanoindustry

(
2015
)
:

up

to

150

000

persons

total revenue of
nano
-
enabled
products

revenue of
nano
-
enabled products
of RUSNANO
project companies



Russian
Nanoindustry
:

Key Goals

Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


Total applications
:

2402

Approved by Scientific
Council
:

27
5

Approved by the
Board of Directors
:

11
6

(+2
3
*
*
)


Under financing
:

8
6

(+1
4
**
*
)


*

as

of

25
th

of

May,

2012



*
*

12

venture

funds

and

1
1

nanotechnological

centers
;


**
*

7

venture

funds

and

7

nanotechnological

centers
;


Infrastructure projects
(
besides
nanotechnological

centers
)
-

5


Educational programs
-

63



RUSNANO projects statistics
*

6

*

as

of

18
th

of

June,

2012


Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


7

Approved to be financed
:

1
39

projects for

14.6

bln


including

6.1

bln

of

RUSNANO investments








The rest

8.5
bln

is from other


co
-
investors



RUSNANO projects conveyer
*

42%

58%

*

as

of

18
th

of

June,

2012


Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


Energy
efficiency
& Clean
Tech.

Optics &
Electronics

Other

Composite
materials

Coatings &
surface
modificatio
n

Medicine
&
Pharmace
uticals

8



Energy
production



Energy
storage



Energy
saving



Energy usage



Molecular Diagnostics



Clinical Diagnostics



Therapy



Surgery



Optoelectronics



Microelectronics



Power/SHF
electronics



Metals and alloys



Ceramic materials



Semiconductor materials



Carbon materials



Polymer materials



Composites



Physical methods



Chemical
methods



Electrochemical
methods



Bulk coatings

2
4

1
7

1
5

8

1
2

10



RUSNANO projects under financing
*



Equipment



Services



Raw materials

*

as

of

13
th

of

June,

2012


Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


9



Projects with a foreign participation by country
*

Total applications (367)

Projects under financing (total 29)

Applications from EC (total 108)

0
5
10
15
20
USA
Germany
Great Britain
Italy
China
Israel
Finland
France
Switzerland
Netherlands
initiated by
co-invested by
*

as

of

18
th

of

June,

2012


0
50
100
150
200
USA
Europe
CIS
Israel
Canada
South…
India
Japan
China
Australia
Taiwan
Singapore
Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


Energy
efficiency
& Clean
Tech.

Optics &
Electronics

Other

Composite
materials

Coatings &
surface
modificatio
n

Medicine &
Pharmaceu
ticals

10



Financed projects with foreign participation
*




Bind



Selecta



Domain





Plastic logic



MRAM



ALOX



Oerlikon





Pilkington



Rosbeneq



Galileo



SDN technology



1

11

8

3

4

0



Thunder Sky



Joule



*

as

of

18
th

of

June,

2012


Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


St. Petersburg

1.

Optosens


2.
“Connector Optics”

3.

Virial


4.

Optogan


5.
“RFID”

Nizhniy Novgorod

1.
“RMT”

2.

Plakart


Novosibirsk

1.
“Thunder Sky”

Kazan

1.

Danaflex
-
Nano


Novomoskovsk
,
Tula region

1.
“Germanium”

Ekaterinburg

1.

Uralplastic
-
N”

Izhevsk

1. “NPC
Pruzhina


Rybinsk
,
Yaroslavl
region

1.
“New
instrumental
solutions”

Moscow and Moscow
region

1.
“Center of prospective
technologies”

2.

Nanoteh
-
Dubna


3.
HC “
Komposit


4.

Sintronics
-
Nano


Ufa

1.
“ESM”

Total
: 20
plants

Vladimir

1. «
ALOX
»

Karachev
,
Bryansk region

1.

Metaclay




New plants commissioned in 2010
-
2012

11

Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi



Development and manufacturing
of high
-
performance fiber lasers
and
amplifiers


Investment,


mln



Total: 137


RUSNANO: 39

Site:
Fryasino
, Moscow region

Project company:
IRE
-
Polus



Establishing of fiber lasers industry in Russia


IPG Photonics, USA
+ Germany

Advantages:

High
-
performance

Diverse applications

29%

22%

19%

14%

16%

Application
areas
segmentation
(2010
)

Industrial and automotive
Computing and entertainment
Telecommunications
Medicine
Others
*Source: BCC Research 2011

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
2009
2010
2011
2016
Industrial and automotive
Computing and entertainment
Telecommunications
Medicine
Others
World lasers market forecast,


bln

12

Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi



Epitaxial wafers and chips of emitters/
detectors for ultrahigh speed optical
interconnects


Applications in local and storage area
networks, wireless and other markets





Speed ˃ 40
Gb
/s, 4 times higher than
competitors


Thermal stability


Energy efficiency

13

Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser
(VCSEL) with electro
-
optical modulator

Components

GaAs

wafer

Chip

Modules

End products



Ultrahigh speed optical interconnects


VI Systems GmbH, Germany

Investment,


mln


Total: 27


RUSNANO: 19

Site:
St. Petersburg

Project company:
Connector optics


Advantages:

Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


14



Magnetoresistive

memory TAS
-
MRAM 90nm/65nm


Crocus Technology, France
+ USA, Israel

Investment,


mln



Total: 264


RUSNANO: 95

Site:
Zelenograd
, Moscow region

Advantages:

non
-
volatile memory

faster than Flash

data density comparable to
DRAM


The memory device with random
access, which stores information
using magnetic moments rather
than electric charges.

0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
Semiconductor memory market
,


bln

60


45


30


15

*Source
:
Samsung,
iSuppli

Corp.
,
Electronics.ca Publications

Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


15



Equipment for thin films and coatings production


Beneq

Oy
, Finland

Investment,


mln



Total: 28


RUSNANO: 25

Lab:
Saint Petersburg

Advantages:


Equipment for atomic layer
deposition ALD and aerosol coating
nAERO
®
/
nHALO
®


To be used in solar photovoltaic,
flexible electronics and
strengthened glass production etc.

7
13
29
70
133
166
197
11
15
25
33
44
58
80
-
50
100
150
200
250
300
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
ALD
Аэрозоль
Potential market of technology,


mln
.

World leader in ALD
-
equipment

Suitable for industrial production

High yield technologies

Aerosol

*Source: Company data

Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


16



Pilkington glass


Pilkington Group Ltd, Great Britain

Scheme of operation


Warm
weather




Cold
weather



Investment,


mln


Total: 740


RUSNANO: 185

Site:
Ramenskoe
, Moscow region

Project company:
Pilkington Glass


Advantages:


Energy
-
efficient glass (low
emissivity and solar control
glass)


Reducing the heat
losss

through
window for 70%

Cost of final products with energy
-
saving glass is only 10% higher than
that of ordinary glass

Glass market dynamics
,


bln

*S
ource
:
Branan

2010

2250

1850

1500

925

2250

750

Low
-
e glass

Ordinary glass

Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


17

*
Source
:
Johnson

Control



SAFT 2005
&
2007

Thunder Sky

Russian Plant and R&D
Centre

Investment,


mln



Total: 339


RUSNANO: 190

Site:
Novosibirsk

Project company:
Liotech



Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices



Thunder Sky Energy Group Limited, China

Advantages:

High energy capacity
(600

Ah

for electric transport
)

No memory effect after numerous charge
-
discharge cycles

Charging with high
-
ampere current (20 minutes up to 70% of capacity)

Wide temperature range of exploitation from
-
45
°
C to +65
°
C

Low cost and safety of production


Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


18

active

pharmaceutical

ingredient (API)

stealth and

protective layer

polymer matrix


targeting
ligand

Optimal drug release profile

Cell/tissue specific targeting

High drug concentration in tumor tissue



long circulating half
-
life



immune system evasion



dual targeting mechanism

Reduced side effects

Broad range of APIs

Reproducible and scalable manufacturing






Combinatorial libraries of drug
-
encapsulated
nanoparticles


Biodegradable

PLA
-
PEG block copolymers


Self
-
assembling
nanoparticles

with
unmodified API

50
-
150

nm



Targeted polymeric drug delivery


BIND Biosciences Inc., USA

Current stage:

Bind
-
014

(
docetaxel

targeted to
PSMA
)
Phase I clinical trials (cancer patients)

Near future further development for:


Oncology


Cardiovascular disorders


Inflammatory diseases

Advantages:

Investment,


mln



Total: 147 /
RUSNANO: 19

Lab:
Moscow region

Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


19

150
-
2
50

nm


Targeted Synthetic Vaccine Particle
tSVP


Biodegradable self
-
assembling
synthetic polymers


Full integration of antigens and
adjuvants

Fully synthetic vaccines

Rational design




optimal size for immune system

recognition




antigen/adjuvant composition for

optimal immunogenicity




controlled antigen/adjuvant

release




humoral

and/or cellular immune

response




Polymeric
nanoparticles

for vaccine development


Selecta Biosciences Inc., USA


antigen


T
-
help antigen


matrix


adjuvant



PEG


Current stage:

Sel
-
068
(treatment of smoking addiction)
Phase I clinical trials (Q4 2011)

Near future further development for:


Oncology


Infectious diseases

Advantages:

Investment,


mln


Total: 121 /
RUSNANO: 19

Lab:
Moscow region

Aarhus
,
Denmark, 18
-
21 Jun 2012

Sergey
Kalyuzhnyi


20

Thank you for attention
!


Technology
owners
to relocate their production/R&D business
in
Russia



Strategic or financial investors
to participate in Russia
-
based
projects




PUSNANO invites:

Prof. Sergey V.
Kalyuzhnyi
,

Department of Scientific and technical Expertise,


Member of the Board of Directors

RUSNANO



www.rusnano.com


Sergey.Kalyuzhnyi@rusnano.com