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Scientists from Germany and the Republic of Korea will visit FEFU within the program of the program "Visiting Professors"
Far Eastern Federal University meets new participants of the Visiting Professors program, the press service reports FEFU... Leading scientists from Germany, the Republic of Korea and the Russian capital will join the teams of the School of Engineering, the School of Biomedicine and the Oriental Institute - the School of Regional and International Studies next week.
From 13 to 17, April, the professor of the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany), Jörg Wösche, will visit the School of Regional and International Studies for the second time. For students and teachers of the Department of Romance-Germanic Philology, he will give lectures and conduct master classes in modern German literature.
From 13 to 20 in April, Professor Kim Kiseon, Head of the Laboratory of Communication and Sensor Networks of the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (Republic of Korea), will work at the School of Engineering. The main students of his lectures on the use of sonar systems for the development of ocean resources will be students and teachers of the department of electronics and communications.
From 13 to 20, the School of Biomedicine will, for a week, welcome Oleg Pavlovsky, Senior Researcher of the Kurchatov Institute, to his team. A specialist in the field of supercomputer modeling of strongly coupled quantum systems, the author of more than 30 scientific papers and a number of important discoveries and proposals will work with students, graduate students, scientists and teachers of the School of Biomedicine and the School of Natural Sciences. He will give a course of lectures on the basic methods of supercomputer modeling - statistical, continual integration, and Monte-Carlo methods.