The teacher of RUDN University Political Economy Department Anna Verenikina attended the 7th International Conference on Industrial Technology and Management (ICITM 2018)
On the 7 — 9 of March the 7th International Conference of Industrial Technologies and Management ICITM 2018 was held in one of the oldest colleges of Oxford University, St. Anne’s College.
International Conference on Industrial Technology and Management is headed by the prestigious International Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers IEEE, which has 423,000 participants in 160 countries. The results of the conference automatically include into the scientific databases of Ei Compendex, the Elsevier research catalog on engineering and to the Scopus database.
This year participants of the
Many specialists recognize practice of Rusal on implementation of the environmental management system of the international standard ISO 14001 as the most successful in the Russian practice, where international environmental standards are often on the horizon of planning. The ecological infrastructure (commercial technologies and services for monitoring the air and water basin, eliminating the consequences of pollution and restoring ecosystems) and legislation are in a formative stage. Therefore, such giants as Rusal are working not only on their reputation in foreign markets, but also on changing the standards of domestic production.
Foreign participants of ICITM 2018 were especially interested in the issue of integrating the environmental management system into Industry 4.0 — a single concept of industrial production based on product lifecycle management and a smart manufacturing strategy involving the use of Internet: cloud computing and cybernetic systems.
RUDN University biologist with colleagues from Brazil and Iran found how to alleviate the stress of fish during transportation. It turned out that this can be achieved with salted water.
RUDN University agronomists have proposed a new scheme for fertilizing winter wheat, which allows increasing the yield by 68%. The key to this is in the combination of nitrogen and growth regulators.