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MIET holds a seminar "Minimal Fab Technology – using half-inch wafers to reduce investment in semiconductor production in 1000 times" 08.06.2017

MIET holds a seminar "Minimal Fab Technology – using half-inch wafers to reduce investment in semiconductor production in 1000 times"

A large Japanese delegation visited MIET on the 6th of June. Representatives of National Institute of advanced industrial science and technology (AIST) and Tokyo Boeki Ltd met with MIET rector Vladimir A. Bespalov, Vice-rector D. Kovalenko, the head of the Microelectronics Department S. Timoshenkov, CEO of Zelenograd nanotechnology center A. Kovalev and others. The delegation members visited Quantum physics and nanoelectronics, Integrated electronics and microsystems and Biomedical systems chairs, where they got acquainted with the latest scientific developments and had a talk with Russian colleagues.

After the meeting there was a seminar on the theme "Minimal Fab Technology – using half-inch wafers to reduce investment in semiconductor production in 1000 times". The speaker was Dr. Shiro Hara, the author of technology and head of the research group Minimal Fab National Institute of advanced industrial science and technology (AIST), Japan. The seminar was dedicated to the revolutionary development in the production of microelectronic devices technology of semiconductor mini factories Minimal Fab, which allows organizing small - and medium semiconductor industry from scratch, designing and prototyping for conventional semiconductor factories, significantly reducing the cost and duration of these processes. This theme aroused great interest among the audience: the seminar gathered more than two hundred people. Dr. Shiro Hara received a warm response in the audience, that is why the seminar lasted more than two hours.

According to the results of the meeting and jointly organized event the parties agreed to continue dialogue on normalization of relations in scientific-technical field.


   


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