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YEREVAN. – An Armenian device for monitoring inside plasma reactor was tested and acquired by one of the subsidiaries of Samsung.

Laboratory head of the Institute of Radiophysics & Electronics (IRPHE) at the Armenian National Academy of Sciences, Tigran Zaryan, said the aforementioned to Armenian News – NEWS.am at DigiTec Expo 2016 technological exhibition held in Yerevan.

The device was created to monitor the variable magnetic field in plasma reactor. It allows to see the condition of the field inside the processor and watch whether it is homogeneous enough.

Two of such devices were tested and acquired by Semes, which is the subsidiary of Samsung. “This company is a large manufacturer of plasma reactors and itself uses them in its technologies,” Zakaryan said.

In his words, IRPHE is again going to present its technology in Korea.

“Semes sent us a positive feedback, but it doesn’t yet buy additional samples. An exhibition of semiconductor technologies is held in Seoul every year; We want to demonstrate our technology there. We hope others will also take interest in it,” the scientist added.

 

 

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