RUSNANO’s ATC to launch production of nano-devices in Soyuz plant
3 Aug '11
The Advanced Technologies Center (ATC), the project firm of the state nanotechnological company RUSNANO, intends to launch a new line to produce nano-analysis devices at the premises of the legendary aviation plant Soyuz in Moscow, NanoNewsNet reports.
This would be the first production complex, launched by a RUSNANO’s project company in the city of Moscow.
The ATC is currently overhauling the plant space, installing new equipment and hiring new staff.
The new specialists of the Advanced Technologies Center are to get the training under the program, developed jointly with the Lomonosov Moscow State University and the leading equipment manufacturers. Full name of the program is “Advanced Professional Training on Production of Measuring and Analytical Equipment for Nanotechnologies in the Sector of Material Studies, Biology and Medicine”. Thus, traditional engineers are to become nano-engineers.
The Advanced Technologies Center is looking for young graduates of technical and physics and mathematics universities that would be interested in undergoing professional training program and getting a job as engineers in modern production complex.
The engineers training program meets the latest requirements. The students are to study design in modern software programs, learn how to work turn-milling and electrical discharge machines with digital program management.
After taking the training course, the specialists are guaranteed employment and work in an excellent young team.
Opening of the nano-complexes in the Soyuz plant is scheduled in late September 2011.
RUSNANO, JSC, was founded in March 2011 through reorganization of the Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies. 100% shares in RUSNANO are owned by the state. As Marchmont wrote earlier, 10% shares in Rusnano are to be privatized by 2013, and up to 30-40% are to be placed at a public market by 2016 (see news of July 13, 2011).