International Exhibition of Inventions and Innovation Technologies “Аrchimedes-2011”


In the period of 5-8 April 2011, in Moscow, in the premises of the Exhibition Centre “Sokolniki”, will be held the Fourteenth International Exhibition of Inventions and Innovation Technologies “Аrchimedes”, organized by the Center for Promotion of Inventive Activity and Rationalization of the Russian Federation, with the support of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

The Exhibition aims to support inventors in terms of promoting their innovative developments and projects in advanced technology and performance products on domestic and foreign markets, and attracting potential investors, organizing meetings, determining the market conditions, effectively using intellectual resources and industrial potential of enterprises.

Within the framework of the Exhibition will be organized various contests, seminars, training courses, presentations of innovations, etc.

Far-reaching developments will be evaluated by an International Jury, which will designate the winners of the Exhibition, being expected the following awards: Grand Prix, gold, silver and bronze medals, diplomas and special prizes of the Exhibition, and trophies awarded by participants. Papers presented will aspire to nominations:

  • Best invention
  • Best Inventor
  • Best Industrial Design
    Leader Trademark
  • Innovative potential of youth
  • Best invention in the nanotechnology field
  • Best robot invention
  • Best invention in the field of human protection.

In the last edition in the Exhibition participated 398 companies, science-innovation-development organizations, higher education institutions and inventors from 16 countries: CIS, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, China, South Korea, Croatia, Germany, Iran, Japan, Malaysia, United Kingdom, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Taiwan, etc. Were submitted about 1,000 exhibits, the best of them are awarded with 190 - gold, 190 - silver and 100 - bronze medals. Exhibition was visited by 6350 guests, and participants have signed agreements of intent worth of about 2 billion rubles.