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President Vladimir Putin visits the Far Eastern Federal University

Russian President Vladimir Putin visited the Far Eastern Federal University and got acquainted with the learning process of Russian and foreign students - reports RIA NOVOSTI.

Inspecting the FEFU President began with the laboratory of underwater robotics. The rector told the head of state about the devices used for underwater monitoring and monitoring of pipelines at a depth of up to 200 meters. Such devices are being developed in the FEFU laboratory. According to students, the GPS system is used on these complexes.

When Putin asked why the Russian GLONASS is not used, the student said that all possible navigation systems could be used on this technique.

"Consumer, who is possible?" The president asked the students. According to students, these underwater vehicles can be used by those who need environmental monitoring, the Institute of the Biological Sea. The military is also interested in this complex, the teacher said.

The head of state also visited the laboratory of the base department of petrochemical resources and savings technologies, where specialists are trained, including for the Rosneft company. The laboratory is currently developing a laminate made of polymers and buckwheat husks. The laboratory will prepare its proposals for the implementation of this product in 2015.

At the nuclear emergency modeling center, Putin was told about the study methods of foreign students. Vietnamese are interested in nuclear technologies. Nearly two thousand foreign citizens from 35 countries study in FEFU. The university is currently implementing about 70 academic exchange programs with foreign partner universities.

The head of state also visited the photo art laboratory, where lessons are given by the world famous photographer Rolf Gobits. Putin asked the photographer if he was working too quietly in Vladivostok after London.

"You won't get bored here. It's great that so many students want to study photography," said the photographer. He presented the president with his work, which captures a ballerina looking out the window.

The President also visited the Department of Biology of Marine Invertebrates, where the scientist Vladimir Malakhov, head of the Department of Zoology of Invertebrates at Moscow State University, teaches. A lecture on combustion, which was attended by the President of the Russian Federation at FEFU, is delivered by the Japanese scientist Kaoru Maruta. The university has 14 branches, including one outside the Russian Federation - in the Japanese city of Hakodate. The total number of the teaching staff of the university is 2894 people, including 63 foreign scientific and pedagogical workers from the USA, Japan, China, Germany, Ukraine, Korea.

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