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International Approaches To Nuclear and Radiological Security - IANRS initiative was launched in 2002 and has created an international community of experts from 27 countries organized in seven working groups to accelerate and expand international programs to secure nuclear and radiological materials. The inaugural IANRS conference took place in September 2002 in London -- chaired by IAS Directors, John W. Wood and Dr. Evgeny Velikhov, and co-hosted by the US Department of Energy - National Nuclear Security Adminstration, the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Atomic Energy (MinAtom) and the Russian Research Center "Kurchatov Institute".
Click here for the Keynote Speech by the US Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security.
Nuclear Materials Security Website Project- A project designed to provide Internet security in support of the United States Department of Energy Material Protection, Control and Accounting Program's joint activities with Russia dedicated to enhancing the physical security of Russian nuclear materials.
Eurasian Software Project - A project designed to provide training experience for young Russian programmers in the United States with American companies willing to consider subsequently off-shoring these same programmers. Program features: Language training in Russia; Visa assistance and travel assistance to and from USA; Housing and travel assistance in the USA; Monthly stipend; Work Training experience in a variety of high technology fields including satellite communications, software development and consumer electronics; Continued Outsourcing opportunities on return to Russia.
Eurasian Technologies is a successful commercial spin-out established by the Institute for Applied Science in 2001. Eurasian Technologies is based at Kazan State University, Tatarstan, Russian Federation. The company has expertise in telecommunications, Internet security and web design.
Established in 2002, Eurasian Web Solutions is a sister entity to Eurasian Technologies and is also a commercial spin-out from work undertaken as part of the Eurasian Software Project. Also based at Kazan State University, the company specializes in web design and Internet security.