04.10.2018 | 
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SCIENTIFIC WORKS BY YSU LECTURERS WERE PUBLISHED IN “PHYSICS OF QUANTUM RINGS” BOOK
SCIENTIFIC WORKS BY YSU LECTURERS WERE PUBLISHED IN “PHYSICS OF QUANTUM RINGS” BOOK
In September the influential “Springer” publishing house launched “Physics of quantum rings” book two chapters of which were written by Yerevan State University lecturers.

The associate professors of the Chair of Solid State Physics of YSU Faculty of Physics Aram Manaselyan said during our talk that the book familiarizes the readers with basics of the physics of quantum rings as well as with the achievements of theoretic, experimental and applied character.

As we mentioned before, the authors of two chapters of the book are YSU lecturers: the authors of Chapter 11 are the associate professor of the Chair of Solid State Physics Aram Manaselyan, the researcher of the scientific and research laboratory of Solid State Physics Manuk Barseghyan and the professor of Manitoba University Tapash Chakraborti (Canada).


Our interlocutor informed that the main part of the scientific and research work presented in the mentioned chapters had been done in the laboratory of Solid State Physics of YSU. 

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