DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARCTIC WAS DISCUSSED AT RAS
December 15, 2014 the General Director of All-Russian scientific–research institute of aviation materials, academician of RAS Evgeny N.Kablov and the adviser of the General Director of VIAM, academician of RAS Vyacheslav M.Buznik took part in the general meeting of RAS Department of Chemistry and sciences about materials. A discussion of scientific-technical problems of the Arctic development became the main theme of the event. According to him, a creation of materials for that rigorous climate will be an important step in the realization of the state program of development of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation till the year of 2020.
As Evgeny Kablov noted in his report «for the present the theme of the Arctic investigation is urgent for our country, because this territory has an important geopolitical, transport meaning and as a source of raw materials».
Moreover, Evgeny N.Kablov informed the participants of the meeting the results of his participation in the sessions of the Council under the President of the Russian Federation for science and education and the Council on intellectual property of the Russian Federation.He also informed the audience about the published recently International rating of scientific-research institutes , in which VIAM was mentioned as the organization with a high level of scientific achievements.
In his turn, Vyacheslav M.Buznik made the report «Materials for technical systems of arctic designation». He told about the conducted by VIAM works on creation of structural and functional materials for the universal safety means (USM), which will operate in extreme arctic conditions. «These investigations are carried out together with Nizhegorodskiy technical university after the name of R.E.Alexeev in the frame of the gained grant of the Russian scientific fund », the academician specified.
According to Vyacheslav Buznik, VIAM must create the materials, which will be applied not only in the being developed universal life-saving means, but in other equipment, planned for operation in the Arctik.