Moscow government takes part in SEMICON Taiwan trade show
The China Post news staffTAIPEI, Taiwan -- The city of Moscow's participation in SEMICON Taiwan 2013 aims to support and promote primary programs the city is implementing to develop modern and accessible infrastructure at the forefront of innovation, to create conditions for the transfer of technologies and the exchange of experience with foreign partners in the electronics sector.
September 6, 2013, 12:02 am TWN
This is aimed at attracting partners and investors, according to a press release by the government of the city of Moscow.
The core of the exposition will be projects in the most dynamic innovative zones of the city — Special Economic Zone and Cluster Zelenograd, Nanocenter TECHNOSPARK and Technopark STROGINO — as well as scientific products launched by city startups and scientific and industrial enterprises in the macro-electronic, electronic and IT industries, the press release added.
NT-MDT Co., a Russian leader in nano-technology instrument making, will present the world's most compact and functional high-resolution scanning probe microscope for the physical and chemical characterization of surfaces.
JSC's Zelenograd Nanotechnology Center is preparing to exhibit a startup project, the Spiritus installation for the electric stimulation of cell culture for the immunization, medical, electronic hardware and Microsystems industries.
A specialized educational establishment of the capital city, the Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University) will present an integrated antenna array for positioning and navigation, which ensures the course channel stability and enhances the precision of assessment of other parameters, including instrumental errors of MEMS sensors.
Design Center KM211, one of the leaders in the Russian microchip market, will present unique microprocessor cores which boast an original architecture, outstanding code density and consumption characteristics: 32-bit microprocessors KVARK and KROLIK, a smart card with ISO7816 contact interface and a personal identification chip.
The State Scientific Center of the Russian Federation “Orion” RD&P Association — the only of its kind in Russia — will present photodetector arrays that are used in civilian and special-purpose research projects.
The Moscow City delegation members will take part in a broad business program of SEMICON Taiwan 2013, including the SiP international summit, forums and sessions on packaging technologies, MEMS, semiconductors, light diodes, 3D IC and lithography, and visit the first high-tech park in Taiwan, the Hsinchu Science Park.
The Department of Science, Industrial Policy and Entrepreneurship of Moscow City Government is a Moscow City executive authority charged with supervising the elaboration and implementation of the city's state policy in industry, science, technology and innovations, support and promotion of entrepreneurship, formation of a favorable investment climate, attraction of and support for investments, development and orientation of Moscow city industrial zones.