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NT-MDT Sponsors First International Workshop of Russian Science Technology and Educational Consortia

Published on October 22, 2010 at 5:57 PM

NT-MDT Co. and the first international workshop of RUSTEC, the USA NT-MDT Co. will be sponsor and the official partner of the first international workshop of Russian Science Technology and Educational Consortia (RUSTEC) at Arizona State University (ASU), the USA.

Director-General of the NT-MDT Co. Viktor Bykov will chair the workshop together with Associate Vice-President for Research at ASU Stephen Goodnick and Associate Research Professor at ASU Anatoli Korkin.

The aim of the workshop is collaboration and prospective partnership between American and Russian scientific representatives. It will be a great forum for non-profit organization, companies, universities and research centers of the both countries.

The RUSTEC workshop will be held on November 15-19, 2010. It will include lectures, plenary sessions, seminars, panel discussions and social events. During the five days workshop the participants will discuss the opportunities in education, research and innovative technology commercialization of shared projects.

The main themes will be students exchange programs and joint educational programs including training courses, dual degree programs, on-line education, development of exchange programs between universities and research centers, organization of the research networks, societies and associations, developing and innovative ideas to product and technology prototypes.

NT-MDT Co. will represent its up-to-date technology and products as well as its well-known platforms NTEGRA, SOLVER, NANOEDUCATOR and NANOFAB.

Detailed information about RUSTEC workshop on the web-site http://rustec.engineering.asu.edu/workshop.shtml.

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