DATE and TIME: April 18, 4:00 pm
LOCATION: ASU Tempe Campus, ISTB-1, room 227
Prof. Vitaly Konov will give a seminar on advanced carbon materials, such as CVD diamond, single-wall carbon nanotubes and graphene, as well as micro and nanostructures based on them, will be presented. It will be shown that such materials demonstrate unique optical properties which can be used in application to photonic elements and devices.
Professor Konov will be available to meet ASU faculties and students during the week of April 16-20. If you want to schedule a meeting with Prof. Vitaly Konov, please contact Dr. Anatoli Korkin (tel: 480-965-0875)
TITLE: MINI-WORSHOP: Presentations from Tomsk State University; chairman: Prof. Stephen Goodnick
DATE and TIME: October 27, 2011, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
LOCATION: ASU Tempe Campus,ERC490
The group of the leading scientists from Tomsk State University is visiting ASU from from 24 till 29 October with the purpose of learning about ASU programs and establishing collaboration in education, research and technology commercialization. The thirty minutes presentations describing group research and collaboration proposals will be given by:
Georgy Dunaevskiy, Electromagnetic properties and spectroscopy of materials in microwave and terahertz frequency range
Oleg Tolbanov, Research and technology development on semiconductors sensors at TSU
Nina Evtushenko, Discrete event system optimization through Automata/FSM Equation Solving
Vyacheslav Vasieliev, Parametric and non-parametric statistics and adaptive control systems
If you’d like to schedule a meeting with the members of TSU delegation, please contact Dr. Anatoli Korkin
TITLE: ASONIKA: Art of complex modeling of physical processes in electronic equipment
DATE and TIME: October 13,14,17 and 20, 2011, 3:00 to 5:00 pm
Dr. Alexander Shalumov will give seminars
on computational design and simulation of radiolectronic equipment using sofware package ASONIKA.
The computer program ASONIKA is developed for design and testing of thermal and mechanical stability and reliability of radio-electronics devices. Computational grid models implement macroscopic equations for heat transfer and mechanical forces in combination with 3D graphical interface, which allows for the design of complex devices and equipment (set of connected radio-electronic devices). ASONIKA is based on CALS (Continuous Acquisition and Life cycle Support) technology, and consists of series of modules that can exchange data via a common interface. Each module can operate as independent computer program designated for solving the special tasks related to the device design and computing its properties. Each module has its own data base of materials, which can be expanded and modified in a dialogue mode.