Prof. Semen L. Musher
Organisation: Russian Foundation for Technological Development
Position in the organisation: Managing director
Biography note: Semen L. Musher - Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Moscow Institute of Cosmic Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.
Awarded the Russian Government Prize in the Field of Science and Technology; The Russian Federation President’s Award for the Key Input in the Formation of Telecommunications and Information Infrastructure of the Russian Education System; The Konstantin Ushinsky Medal – the Main Award of the Russian Ministry of Education - for Outstanding Contribution to Russian Education.
In March 2012 Dr. Semen L. Musher joined the Russian Foundation for Technological Development as Managing Director.
August 2011 – June 2012: Chief Project Manager For Mining and Metallurgy, Vnesheconombank Engineering Division, Moscow
April 2011 – July 2011: Head of the consulting project developed for JSC Uralkali “Development of the strategic scenario of the Uralkali ‘s engineering and research organizations”, Berezniki, Perm, St. Peterburg.
January 2011 – March 2011: Head of the Project “Inspection of the Technopark “Rosatom-Sistema-Sarov”, ROSNANO Corporation, Moscow.
August 2009 – December 2010: Head of the engineering and consulting projects, ONEXIM Group, Moscow.
September 2006 – June 2009: General Director of the research and engineering organization “GIPRONICKEL Institute”, JSC MMC Norilsk Nickel, Saint-Petersburg. Annual budget was near $100 million, the number of employees 1500.
April 2005 – August 2006: Head of the consulting project developed for JSC MMC Norilsk Nickel “Inspection of research and engineering branch of Norilsk Nickel. How to improve mismanagement and increase effectiveness”. JSC “United Center for Research and Development”, Moscow.
July 2000 – February 2005: Director of Internet Programs, Federation of Internet Education, Moscow. Educational program of YUKOS, TNP-BP, Magnitogorsk Metallurgical Combinat, FOSAGRO and other companies.
Plenary Session P5 – “Collaboration in Manufacturing through Collaboration in Innovation”