Methodological tools for university transfer of high-demand nanotechnologies to the regional building industry

Автор: Shayakhmetov U.Sh., Larkina A.A., Khalikov R.M., Sinitsin D.A., Nedoseko I.V.

Журнал: Nanotechnologies in Construction: A Scientific Internet-Journal @nanobuild-en

Рубрика: Application of nanomaterials and nanotechnologies in construction

Статья в выпуске: 1 Vol.13, 2021 года.

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Introduction. The development of methodological monitoring tools to implement building nanomaterials into production is an integral element of designing a mechanism for effective management of the development of business structures. University entrepreneurship and research and educational centers in the ecosystem trend are considered as central actors in the process of creating tools for university transfer of nanobinders for construction purposes. Methods and materials. The process of forming digital competencies among students and teachers in the process of commercialization of scientific developments of a construction university (institute, faculty, department) should be considered as the result of fractal interactions. The development of the innovative ecosystem of the university is achieved by the effective implementation of the process of transferring the results of intellectual activity for the creation of gypsum and ceramic nanocomposites, which are in demand by the regional construction industry. Results. The intellectual and technological potential of universities that train bachelor’s and master’s students for the construction industry determines the prospects for the successful development of the industry in an innovative society. Accelerated promotion of investment developments, requested nanotechnologies of universities, provides universities with additional extrabudgetary funding. On the example of the development of technology for producing small-piece wall and partition products based on nanostructured gypsum binders, they were tested in experimental industrial conditions. Discussion. Effective methodological tools for the transfer of nanotechnological university engineering to the construction industry are: the creation of basic departments at enterprises and the successful functioning of research and educational centers, the participation of employers in educational and industrial practice, etc. From the point of view of laborious commercialization and transfer of scientific developments, the effective way from the idea to the widespread introduction of high-tech products is the real application of the intellectual potential of the teaching staff of the university, institute, departments. Conclusions. The engineering of methodological tools for reliable monitoring of the attractiveness of the regional business ecosystem for the generation and development of transfer processes of popular nanomaterials is an integral element of designing a mechanism for effective management of business structures in construction. Due to the formation of the innovative ecosystem of the university, an effective implementation of the process of commercialization of the results of intellectual activity in the field of nanotechnology, which are in demand by the construction industry of the region, is achieved.


Commercialization of nanotechnologies, transfer of intellectual activity, nanostructured gypsum products, ceramic nanocomposites

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IDR: 142226929   |   DOI: 10.15828/2075-8545-2021-13-1-12-17

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