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We continue sharing our impressions from the Science and Technology Exhibition that took place on December 4-6 during Vilnius Innovation Forum Innovation Drift where the display by UAB Lumen received significant attention.
Continue reading “The time has come to develop integrated systems (2)” »
On 4-5 December 2013, Vilnius Innovation Forum Innovation Drift was taking place in Vilnius. Over 600 participants were discussing the significance of technological innovations for European economics.
Continue reading “Can electronics and dentistry go together? (1)” »
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It is very important that having completed the studies in electronics and physics, our young specialists are provided possibilities to use and develop their knowledge and skills, or otherwise, to grow professionally. It is important to promote intellectual production and entrepreneurship.
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In the 2012 edition of ‘Secret of Success’ issued by the European Commission for the European SME Week, among others, the sole representative of Lithuania the company UAB Ruptela is also sharing its achievements. The publication presents the best small and medium-sized companies that has started as small businesses but eventually has successfully established themselves in the market and started to export their goods and services to other countries
Continue reading “Ruptela helps selecting the optimum solutions (1)” »
Mindaugas VILIŪNAS’ main area of research at Vilnius University, Department of Solid State Electronics is charge carrier transport studies in materials with chaotic structure. Both the research carried out and courses being given (Microprocessor Technologies, Digital Signal Processors, Continue reading “Thresholds and barriers on the road of modern electronics” »
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Even devices need eyes and ears
Let’ s say a digital camera or a Smartphone that are filled with various embedded systems remain devices with untapped potential or a kind of “black box” in the hands of a person who is not aware of certain features?
M. Viliūnas. Your camera has certain functions that help to make good quality photos even without asking your permission.
Continue reading “Embedded systems and the physics (2)” »
Docent Mindaugas Viliūnas works at the department of Solid State Electronics of Vilnius University. He has graduated from the faculty of Physics of this University in 1992, and seven years later, he has defended doctoral dissertation in physical science. His main area of research is charge carrier transport studies in materials with chaotic structure. In Vilnius University, he has been giving various special courses attended not only by future physics but also by chemists and mathematicians. In the first place, it is a course of Microprocessor technologies that is optional for all the students in the university.
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Maybe our scientists lack healthy entrepreneurship, and businessmen – scientific approach? Therefore, sometimes it is hard to find a common language for them.
E. Leichteris. Let me say what I think about this. In my opinion, we need to strengthen Lithuanian science, and not necessarily in this entrepreneurial sense. When science becomes stronger, it would be beneficial to turn financial taps off for the science to learn some entrepreneurship. While there are funding schemes operating and scientists are allowed to do only what they are willing to do on state funds, scientists are not motivated to switch to some applied area. Continue reading “In a seek for cohesion between science and business (3)” »
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With the help of the director of the association Knowledge economy Forum Edgaras Leichteris, who was one of the lecturers during the trainings for embedded systems, we further analyzed certain aspects of cohesion between business and science.
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We have interviewed one of the guest lecturers in the trainings planned for the project of embedded systems – director of the association Knowledge Economy Forum Edgaras Leichteris. Continue reading “In a seek for cohesion between science and business” »
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Embedded systems, inventions, and patents
Evaldas Pabrėža, with whom we had a chance to familiarize in the first part of the conversation, is convinced that specialists of embedded systems are going to be sought after in the near future in Lithuania. Continue reading “Embedded systems, inventions, and patents (2)” »
Participants of the training on the topic of embedded systems had a chance to listen to the lectures of Evaldas PabrėžA on patenting of inventions. This knowledge is essential (or will be essential) for every person Continue reading “Embedded systems and patenting (1)” »
During 18-19 December, a training on the topic “Patenting. Practical issues” was provided by the Institute of Lithuanian Scientific society in cooperation with the Public Enterprise “Edukacijos ir tyrimo centras” in the premises of the Lithuanian Scientific Society. Continue reading “Training on the practical issues of patenting” »
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Vague hopes for education without entrepreneurship
E. Kazanavičius claims that a year ago, he used to order various components of embedded systems for his researches before 12 a.m. and received them the next day at 2 p.m. Today he is happy he receives the components in the period of three months, and for some components it takes even up to six month to be delivered. Continue reading “Activity background in the country (2)” »