An Interview with Alexander Slavinsky for National Research University of Electronic Technology Project
On 26 August 2020, an interview with the CEO of Zavod Izolyator LLC Alexander Slavinsky within the ‘Make it simple’ project of the National Research University of Electronic Technology was published.
National Research University of Electronic Technology (MIET) is an advanced university of Russia, training professionals in microelectronics, nanotechnology in electronics, information and telecommunication technologies, fundamental sciences as well as in economics, graphic design and linguistics.
The university is situated in Zelenograd, the center of Russian microelectronics and a quiet Moscow district.
The university is proud of its graduates successfully working in well-known hi-tech companies in Russia and around the world. MIET cooperates with leading universities of Europe and the USA, takes part in exchange programs for students, postgraduates and tutors.
The ‘Make it simple’ project is a series of educational interviews in which invited experts give extensive answers to questions about complex scientific phenomena and technological advances, using a simple and accessible language for a wide audience.
The authors of the project, students and employees of the MIET Youth Innovation Center and MIET Television (MIET-TV), work on the audio recording of the interview, after which the audio file is published as a podcast on the official MIET community page on the VKontakte social network, in the podcast section of the Yandex search engine and the Apple Podcast app.
This time, Alexander Slavinsky shared his expertise in an intelligible form and with illustrative examples, revealing the role of electricity in the life of modern society, touched upon the prospects for the development of the electric power industry, spoke about the history of the Izolyator plant, naming the areas of application of the company's products in the global energy system.
Alexander Slavinsky is giving an interview (in Russian) for the ‘Make it simple’ project of the National Research University of Electronic Technology
The interview turned out to be informative, indeed: vivid and metaphorical, which will certainly attract an interested Internet audience.