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ICTs for a Sustainable World #ICT4SDG
ITU Workshop on ICT Innovations in emerging economies
Moscow, Russia, 10 September 2012 Contact:




dcherkesov.jpgDimitry Cherkesov, Foreign Affairs Advisor to General Director, OJSC MTT

OJSC MTT (Multiregional TransitTelecom), Foreign Affairs Advisor to General Director – 2012
Vice-Chairman of TSAG (Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group) – 2008-2012
Vice-Chairman of SG4 ITU-T (Telecommunications management) – 2000-2008
State Radio R&D Institute (and consulting and representing Ministry of Telecom, Russia 1994 – 2012), from engineer up to Head of Department for International cooperation  – 1987-2012
Moscow Telecommunication Institute, degree of Engineer of telecommunications (radiocommunication and broadcasting) – 1987
gpilnov.jpgGennady Pilnov, CEO, Russian Technology Transfer Network

​Russian Technology Transfer Network (RTTN) is dedicated to technology transfer between the science sector and industry, as well as between different industries, and international collaboration. Gennady Pilnov is expert in management and promotion of projects in the scientific and innovation spheres. He has strong knowledge in commercialisation of Russian technologies, development of EU-Russian technology transfer networks. He has practical experience in identifying and assessing technology offers & requests, technological marketing, hands-on supporting of European and Russian ICT SMEs and R&D organisations for international collaboration.
ssolod.jpgSergey Solod, CEO, Universal television systems

​Sergey Solod creates and promotes the standards for B2B electronic content distribution systems, the last 5 years of his successful work being dedicated to implementing customers' content management systems.
starasov.jpgSergey Tarasov, Project Manager, CyberPlat

​Sergey Tarasov is responsible for R&D in CyberPlat. Sergey graduated with a diploma in physics from Moscow Institute of Physic and Technology (MIPT) in 1984. In 1994, Sergei thesis for the PhD degree. In IT works with 1996.
ATyurina.jpgAnastasiya Tyurina, Head of Business incubator Higher School of Economics, CEO HSE Innovation

​Anastasiya Tyurina is Head of Business incubator of the Higher School of Economics, and responsible for providing professional consulting and educational services for young entrepreneurs (more than 75% - IT startups).  She is a couch for leaders and startup teams.

Anastasiya has also been managing the Innovation Center of the Higher School of Economics as the center for commercialization of scientific achievements and support for HSE professors to create business in partnership with the University. The Innovation Center is holding stakes in newly created companies and helps them to grow by providing expertise, IP protection, mentorship and other kinds of business support. Anastasiya’s main areas of expertise is general management, strategy, marketing, business planning and human resources. She is also engaged in evaluation and structuring of relationships with new business projects and investor relations.