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.
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.