22.05.2007 | 
Education
NEW LABORATORY, NEW APPROACHES
NEW LABORATORY, NEW APPROACHES
The dream of the lecturers of the Faculty of Radiophysics came true.

Owing to the means provided by the beneficiary grant program of Armenian International College the laboratory for the researches in the area of tera-hertz waves was opened at the Faculty of Radiophysics on the 22nd of May.

Professor Yury Avetisyan gave us a detailed explanation on the functions of the tera-hertz system. This technique makes it possible to realize the research of the materials in the footprints of several frequencies.

The tera-hertz system is not only a basic one in Physics: from the aspect of the security it has a military importance,- said Professor Avetisyan.

President of NAS RA Radik Martirosyan expressed an opinion that the foundation of this laboratory is a great step for the progress of science.

From now on the laboratory assistants, postgraduate students and students of Magistracy of the above mentioned faculty will hold their researches with the help of modern equipment.

In the end of the ceremony a movie on the researches realized with the help of tera hertz system was shown.

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