Do you also believe that investing in human potential and education is a key to the economy of the future? Then on January 17, 12:00-17:00 GST, we invite you to the Conference Hall (Level 2) of the Russian pavilion at EXPO 2020 Dubai, UAE, to take part in the ROSATOM Thematic Week "Breakthrough Technologies for Sustainable Future".

Given the COVID-19 restrictions, you are welcome to participate online by registering at Timepad: . Should you attend the event in person at the Russian Pavilion and you have already purchased your EXPO 2020 Pass, please send a relevant request to email: 

At the opening session “Human-Centricity as a Key Factor of Future Economy and Sustainable Labor Market” together with leaders and senior experts from Rosatom, DP World, the International Organization of Employers, the International Atomic Energy Agency, Singularity University (USA), Khalifa University (UAE), Higher School of Economics (Russia) and BCG we will discuss key trends in the labor market, the role of youth and women in leveraging inclusive training systems. Moreover, Rosatom will introduce the Human-Centricity Index – a universal tool for measuring sustainability of social processes at corporate level. The HC Index was developed by Rosatom together with the Higher School of Economics (Russia) and BCG.

The main topics of the session “International Cooperation Fostering Engineering Education  and Career  Development in the Nuclear Industry” will be increasing the quality of engineering education, business-education networking as well as new ways of education and personal development that meets the demands of young nuclear professionals and STEM students. Together with the speakers from Rosatom, the panel will include representatives from IAEA, OECD, International Youth Nuclear Congress (IYNC), Lomonosov Moscow State University and other leading higher educational institutions of Russia, Italy and Great Britain.

The visitors will also have a chance to participate in a virtual technical tour to the Beloyarsk nuclear power plant which is the only site with the most powerful commercial fast-breeder reactor in the world. During the Beloyarsk NPP virtual tour you will see the famous orange "octopus" (BN-800) and learn more about the future of nuclear energy: dual-component power system and closed nuclear fuel cycle.

For in-person participants we have prepared networking coffee-breaks for useful connections with leading experts and leaders of global companies and international organizations as well as a reception which concludes the first day of the Rosatom Week at EXPO.

It will be a great honor for us to welcome you at the opening day of ROSATOM Week at EXPO 2020 Dubai.


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