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Semiconductor chips - Core of technological era

TTH.VN - On the morning of April 4th, speaker Nguyen Trung Dan, Associate Professor at the University of Arizona, USA, held a talk show, sharing insights with lecturers, students, and high school students of the University of Sciences, Hue University on the topic of “Semiconductor Chips - The core of the technological era.”

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 Associate Professor Nguyen Trung Dan sharing information at the talk show.

At the talk, Associate Professor Nguyen Trung Dan provided an overview of the race among superpowers in various technological fields, such as photonics (including optical communications, quantum computing), quantum technology (quantum communications, computing, and simulation), and semiconductor chips (AI chips).

These sectors are regarded as crucial fields, playing critical roles in a variety of areas such as science, technology, the economy, and the military, with a significant impact on the growth of each nation and the world.

The talk has provided topical information in the field of semiconductor science and microchip for lecturers, students and pupils of the University of Sciences, Hue University. Moreover, it also updated more professional knowledge, helping the university to be ready to train in the field of semiconductor ICs in 2024.

Speaker Nguyen Trung Dan is one of the exemplary former students of the Physics Department, University of Sciences, Hue University. He is currently an Associate Professor at the prestigious University of Arizona in the United States.

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