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Vladimir Putin visited the laboratory of the DFU in Vladivostok
President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin during a working visit to Vladivostok examined the laboratory complex of the Far Eastern Federal University, the Kremlin's press service reported.
Accompanied by the rector of the university, Sergei Ivants, the head of state visited the laboratory of underwater robotics. The laboratory is a training base for specialists in the development of autonomous and remotely controlled unmanned underwater vehicles. The scientific team of the laboratory, together with the Rosneft company and OJSC Concern Morinformsistema-Agat, carries out scientific research to solve the problems of ensuring the safety of oil platforms.
Vladimir Putin was told about the devices being developed there, which are used for underwater monitoring and monitoring of pipelines at a depth of up to 200 meters. The president asked who is the possible consumer. According to the students, those who need environmental monitoring, the Institute of the Biological Sea can use these underwater vehicles, and the military is also interested in this complex.
The president also visited the laboratory of the base department of petrochemical resources and savings technologies, the department of marine invertebrate biology, where Vladimir Malakhov, a scientist from Moscow State University, and the photo art laboratory, where British photographer Rolf Gobits gives lessons, are teaching. Putin asked him if he was working too quietly in Vladivostok after London, RIA Novosti reports.
"You won't get bored here. It's great that so many students want to study photography," replied Gobits. He presented the president with his work, which shows a ballerina looking out the window.