Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of France Stanislas de Laboulaye visited MIET. Mr. de Laboulaye was accompanied by the delegation of embassy representatives, businessmen and French reporters. The visit was aimed to nanotechnology achievements of the university scientists.
After the reception at MIET rector RAS corresponding member Yu. Chaplygin (it included the university and its research programs presentation) the delegation visited “Nanotechnologies in electronics” public centre, Nanoelectronics hardware components laboratory as well as Cadence and Synopsys companies training facilities.
The guests also visited Optolink research and production company, MIET innovation complex at SEZ “Zelenograd” and a leading Russian microelectronic devices manufacturer “NIIME and ‘Mikron’ facility” JSC.
This visit revealed European countries’ growing attention to Zelenograd’s micro- and nanoelectronics innovations and confirmed MIET’s important role of an education, science and innovations intergation centre.