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Scientists of FEFU and Japan discussed increasing the efficiency of semiconductors
Seminar on surface physics and semiconductors was opened at the Far Eastern Federal University 21 August. The working meeting is aimed at facilitating the exchange of experience between representatives of the Russian university and universities and industries in Japan, establishing contacts for future joint work, the press service of the university reports.
The seminar was attended by students, postgraduates and teachers of the School of Natural Sciences of the Far Eastern Federal University and the Institute of Automation and Control Processes (IAPU) of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, as well as invited guests from Japan - professors of Nagoya University and Tokyo Institute of Technology, employees of Tokyo Tech, Fujitsu ".
As the Head of the Department of Physics of Low-Dimensional Structures at FEFU, Alexander Saranin, Deputy Director for Scientific Work at IAPU, explained, the seminar is an introductory one. The first day was entirely devoted to the reports of scientists from both sides.
- We are interested in our Japanese colleagues because they are already implementing ideas in industry. For example, Professor Takayuki Oba today said that unlike the old days, when microelectronic chips had to be placed on a plane, now they can be spliced together, changing the structure of the microcircuit and achieving greater performance without increasing the size. The company where Professor Oba works is successfully implementing this. This experience is very impressive, and at the seminar we will try to find common ground, topics for joint research, because we also have something to offer our colleagues, - said Alexander Saranin.
FEFU scientists intend to interest Japanese professors in their work on magnetic films, the application of spectronics and the study of semiconductor heterostructures.
On August 22, the seminar will move to the laboratories of the FEFU department - nanotechnology, film technologies and physics of nanostructures, where a delegation from Japan will be able to see the work of Russian colleagues. Also, guests who visit Vladivostok for the first time will have a sightseeing tour of the FEFU campus and the capital of Primorye.