Clement Bowman (Canada)
Alexey Kontorovich (Russia)
Georgiy Safonov (Russia)
PhD in Economics:M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, specialty: “Economics and management of national economy”, subject of dissertation : Eco-economic market mechanism analysis for GHG reduction in Russia.
Boris Katorgin (Russia)
Vladimir Nakoryakov (Russia)
Eduard Volkov (Russia)
Adnan Amin (UAE)
Carsten D. Ahrens (Germany)
John McCartney (USA)
Jochen Rentsh (Germany)
Klaus Riedle (Germany)
Tanin Leonid Viktorovich (Belarussia)
Igor Emri (Slovenia)
Mariana Zavri (Slovenia)
Eduard Son (Russia)
Michelle T. Davies (Great Britain)
A group under her management advised more than 30 GW projects on renewable energy at a global scale. Michelle obtained a rank from “head of renewable energy sources” to “Top 100 sophisticated lawyers of 2012”, and within part 3 years obtained title of one of the hundred experts in Global Wind Energy Organization “World of Wind”. She also designated as “Solar Women” in 2014 and 2015.
Ralf Fücks (Germany)
Is an author of «Intelligent Growth – The Green Revolution» book. Co-President of the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung. Senator on Environment and Urban Development. Green Party co-chairman
Mauricio Porraz (Mexico)
Mohd Azemi Mohd Noor (Malaysia)
Daniel Goleman (USA)
Is an author of «Ecological Intelligence» book, American psychologist and science journalist. Acknowledged expert in the field of emotional and ecological intelligence
Frank A. Wolak (USA)
Professor of the Economy department at Stanford University. Professor Wolaks’ field of specialty – industrial-applied organization and econometric theory. His latest work studies approaches for rivalry implementation into infrastructural field – telecommunications industry, electrical energy industry and postal delivery services.
Friedrich Prinz (USA)
Friedrich Prinz – «Finmeccanica» fund Professor of School of Engineering at Stanford University, Professor of material engineering and Senior Fellow of Precourt Institute for Energy. Director of Nano-sized wire framing laboratory and co-organizer of «Stanford 3.0» program.
Turgut Gur (USA)
Professor of material engineering at Stanford University. Has more than 18-year-old work experience in cross-disciplinary crew management based on Scientific-Research Centers in the field of the advanced materials and conversion of electrical energy.
Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart (Cuba)
Science Advisor of the State Council, Republic of Cuba and Vice President of Sciences Academy of Cuba, Academician Emeritus of the Cuban Academy of Sciences, Plenipotentiary Representative of Cuba at JINR, in Dubna, former Executive Secretary of the Atomic Energy Commission, Executive Secretary of Nuclear Matters(1993- 2003); Chief of Scientific and Innovation activities in the Ministry of Industry.
Gordon Boris Grigoryevich (Russia)
Chief Researcher of Federal State-Funded Institution “Scientific and Engineering Centre for Nuclear and Radiation Safety” (FFI “SEC NRS”), Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Professor, Honored science worker of the Russian Federation. B.G Gordon is well-known scientist in nuclear power engineering specializing in such areas as nuclear power facilities, thermal physics and molecular physics, safety regulation in the use of nuclear power.
Mazhyn Kanapinovich Skakov (Kazakhstan)
Deputy Director General of RSE “National Nuclear Center of the Republic of Kazakhstan” for Science, Director of Branch “Institute of Atomic Energy”, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor, Academician Scientific interests of M.K Skakov are related to fundamental area of condensed matter physics – structural phase change in steel and alloys under the influence of reactor neutron irradiation.
Eimear Bonner (Kazakhstan)
General Manager, Operations Tengizchevroil. Eimear Bonner started her career at Chevron Corporation as offshore petroleum engineer in the United Kingdom North Sea and progressed through technical and leadership roles of increasing responsibility in petroleum engineering, production operations, reservoir management, project management, strategy and planning and operational excellence in the United Kingdom, United States, Thailand and Kazakhstan.
Sholpan Altybayeva (Kazakhstan)
General Manager Human Resources Tengizchevroil. Altybayeva has managed many projects of note, including the creation and implementation of projects in candidate selection, development of engineering manpower skill pool, assessment and certification procedures, training and upgrading of national specialists, as well as developed policies and procedures on personnel management.
Koji Okamoto (Japan)
Senior Advisor of Collaborative Laboratory for Advanced Decommissioning Sciences (CLADS) in Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA), professor at the University of Tokyo. His major are Thermal-Hydraulics and Nuclear Safety. He published more than 100 refereed papers in the field of Fluid Engineering and Nuclear Engineering. He had several patents related to nuclear systems in US and Japan. Current his research interests include Safety Improvements of Nuclear Power Plants, Severe Accident Researches and Decommissioning activities of normal shutdown NPP and/or Fukushima Daiichi NPP