Reshetnev Readings Conference 2017
ISS-Reshetnev Company representatives are going to take part in the 21st International Scientific Conference Reshetnev Readings 2017.
On the opening day of the conference, November 8, ISS-Reshetnev Company representatives – Vladimir Khalimanovich, director of ISS-Reshetnev’s Industrial Center for Large-Sized Foldable Structures, and Yuri Maximov, deputy director general, presented reports.
In total ISS-Reshetnev specialists will make more than 70 presentations covering key issues and aspects of design, development, production and testing of satellites and space-based systems. More than 20 papers out of this number will be presented as part of the workshop dedicated to the Large-sized foldable structures, which will be traditionally held in Zheleznogorsk, at ISS-Reshetnev’s site.
ISS-Reshetnev representatives will also supervise and moderate the conference’s workshop dedicated to Satellite electronic components. And specialists from France, China and Belorussia have confirmed their participation in it.
For the first time ISS-Reshetnev representatives will take part in the workshop “Innovative management techniques, intellectual property and international cooperation in the aerospace manufacturing”. Within its framework the company specialists will organize a teleconference with the Genève-based headquarters of the World Intellectual Property Organization to discuss aspects and ways how the results of research and development are patented worldwide.
The 21st International Scientific Conference Reshetnev Readings 2017 will run till November 10 with 29 workshops of the conference bringing together more than 600 participants from Russia and abroad.
First introduced in 1997, the Scientific Conference Reshetnev Readings is held by the Siberian State University of Science and Technology in commemoration of an outstanding satellite system designer, Doctor of Technical Sciences, founder and first director of ISS-Reshetnev Company, academician Mikhail Reshetnev. In 2005 the conference received its international status.