08.07.2019 | 
Education
YSU POSTGRADUATE STUDENT TAKES PART IN 69TH LINDAU NOBEL LAUREATE MEETING HELD IN GERMANY
YSU POSTGRADUATE STUDENT TAKES PART IN 69TH  LINDAU NOBEL LAUREATE MEETING HELD IN GERMANY
The postgraduate student of the Chair of Nuclear Physics of the Faculty of Physics of YSU, the junior researcher at the International Centre of Perspective Research after A. Sisakyan Susanna Gaginyan took part in the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting held in Lindau, Germany on June 29-July 6.

In her interview to us Susanna Gaginyan informed that 58- young scholars and 40 Nobel Laureates from different countries take part in the meeting. Susanna took in the meeting due to the support and financing of the Science Committee. It should be noted that the YSU postgraduate was the only Armenian participant of the meeting.

Speaking about her impressions, she said that she communication with the Nobel Laureates gave her new knowledge which will be useful in her scientific activity.

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