RIDL 2021 Conference

Research Infrastructure Design Laboratory



6-8 September 2021 the conference will be held in order to unite people who are truly interested in innovative solutions for infrastructure objects, laboratories and who are willing to know and search for future prospects!

If you are already familiar with the program and topics of the conference and would like to register, you can do it here.

The topics mentioned below will be discussed by professors, representatives of various companies and experts from different countries.

MAIN CONFERENCE TOPICS
- Architecture and design of Modern Universities and pharmaceutical companies, infrastructure

- State-of-the-art guidelines for lab design, and their trends

- Safety, ergonomics, ecology norms

- Cases for holistic laboratory space design and laboratory equipment integration

- Scientific parks and Innovation zones
CONFERENCE PROGRAM
6-8 September, 2021
September 6
Grand Opening of RIDL 2021 Conference in the Assembly Hall of Saint Petersburg University along with International Mendeleev Congress
September 7
Main conference day, submission of reports made by representatives of different companies and speakers, round table
September 8
Organized trip to Peterhof and Chemistry Institute Resource Facility, exhibition of equipment from sponsors
Also, September 6-10 an Exhibition of Chemical Equipment will be held in the Chemical Department of SPbU, Petrodvorets Complex (26 Universitetskii prospect).
We will be happy to see you at the RIDL 2021 Conference!
Sponsors
Infopartners
Scientific secretary of the Conference Dr. Vladimir Mikhaylov
phone/fax: 007-911-7436956
E-mail: info.mendeleev@spbu.ru

26 Universitetskii prospect, Peterhof
St. Petersburg, 198504, Russia
In June 2011, the 5th International Symposium "The Chemistry of Aliphatic Compounds: Advances and Outlook" was held, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the birth of Ivan Alexandrovich Dyakonov (the "Father of Diazo Chemistry" in SPbU). More than 100 participants including 20 foreign scientists from 9 countries took part in this event.

The world's leading scientists were the plenary speakers, among them are D. F. Taber (USA), V. V. Fokin (USA), V. Gevorgyan (USA), N.S. Zefirov (Moscow State University), M. Platz (USA), W. Brinker (Austria), H. Heimgartner (Switzerland), A.D. Dilman (IOC, Moscow), K. Maruoka (Japan), G. Mloston (Poland), V.A. Nikolaev (St. Petersburg State University), S.N. Osipov (INEOS), G.S. Singh (Botswana), T. Hansen (Norway), etc.
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