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The International specialized Exhibition of Instrument and Equipment for Scientific Research "SIMEXPO - Scientific Instrument Manufacturing - 2012"

07 Nov 2012 - 09 Nov 2012 - CES "Sokolniki", Pavilion 4.1, Moscow, Russia

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in cooperation with 

The International specialized Exhibition of Sensor & Measurement


supported by:  

The Russian Academy of Science

Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology

Federal Agency for Science and Innovations

Russian Foundation for Fundamental Research

          Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology

07-09 November 2012,

СEC «Sokolniki», Pavilion 4.1, Moscow, Russia

SIMEXPO will gather the representatives of key domestic and international manufacturers of scientific instruments and equipment for research in various fields of science, producers of materials and components for scientific instruments as well as representative offices and dealers of leading international companies.

The SIMEXPO Advisory Board which is responsible for the show concept development and implementation includes well-known scientists and top managers of leading research institutes and companies.

Main themes

  • Measuring, testing, laboratory instruments and equipment for scientific research in:

o    physics

o    chemistry

o    biology

o    biotechnology

o    geology

o    agricultural science

o    information science

o    experimental mechanics

o    nanotechnology

o    space research

o    medicine

o    ecology

  • Scientific instruments and equipment
  • Components and materials,
  • Modules, elements, and spares
  • Computer hardware and software for instrument manufacturing
  • Means of automation and results interpretation
  • Components and materials for manufacturing of devices
  • Software for scientific research
  • Standardization and certification  

Would be happy to welcome you at “SIMEXPO - Scientific Instrument Manufacturing EXPO – 2012”

Please, send your applications to:



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