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29 September on the Russian Island will open the First Asia-Pacific Symposium APSSS-1

Next week, the FEFU campus on Russky Island will host the first Asia-Pacific Symposium on Solid State Physics (APSSS-1). The symposium will open on 29 September and will last until October XXX. The list of participants APSSS-2 includes five leading countries of the Asia-Pacific region: Russia, Japan, South Korea, China and Taiwan. The total number of participants will be about 1 people.

According to the organizers of the international symposium, this event with the participation of the world's foremost scientists is unique not only for the Far East, but also for the whole country. There will be much more foreign speakers on it than Russian ones. It is assumed that comfortable conditions for establishing personal contacts and direct information exchange between Russian and foreign participants will help them to establish long-term partnerships. The symposium will be of interest to specialists in the field of physics of the surface of semiconductors, nanoelectronics and spintronics. Graduate students and students will have the opportunity to participate in the activities of the international level, get acquainted with the works of leading Russian and foreign scientists, new methods of surface research.

This symposium continues the tradition of Russian-Japanese seminars on the physics of semiconductor surfaces, ten of which have been held alternately in Russia and Japan since 1993.

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