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Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service , or VSUES , is a university located in Vladivostok, Russia.The university was founded in 1967 as Far Eastern Technological Institute , or FETI . The university received full accreditation in 1996.Today, the university offers a large variety of degrees, which include business, management, computer science, psychology, sociology, fashion, and others. Wikipedia.

Gruznev D.V.,Institute of Automation and Control Processes | Matetskiy A.V.,Institute of Automation and Control Processes | Bondarenko L.V.,Institute of Automation and Control Processes | Utas O.A.,Institute of Automation and Control Processes | And 7 more authors.
Nature Communications | Year: 2013

Self-assembly of atoms or molecules on a crystal surface is considered one of the most promising methods to create molecular devices. Here we report a stepwise self-assembly of C60 molecules into islands with unusual shapes and preferred sizes on a gold-indium-covered Si(111) surface. Specifically, 19-mer islands prefer a non-compact boomerang shape, whereas hexagonal 37-mer islands exhibit extraordinarily enhanced stability and abundance. The stepwise self-assembly is mediated by the moiré interference between an island with its underlying lattice, which essentially maps out the adsorption-energy landscape of a C60 on different positions of the surface with a lateral magnification factor and dictates the probability for the subsequent attachment of C60 to an island's periphery. Our discovery suggests a new method for exploiting the moiré interference to dynamically assist the self-assembly of particles and provides an unexplored tactic of engineering atomic scale moiré magnifiers to facilitate the growth of monodispersed mesoscopic structures. © 2013 Macmillan Publishers Limited. All rights reserved. Source

Garusova L.,Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service
Central Asia and the Caucasus | Year: 2016

The basic interests and resources of the three great Pacific powers- the United States, China, and Russia- are currently concentrated in the Asia Pacific Region. Against the backdrop of the deteriorating relations between Russia and the United States (because of the events in Ukraine), China has become a key partner and the main foreign policy priority of both countries. With the help of Russia, China has the potential to enhance its regional and international status and become, along with the United States, one of the poles in the bipolar world order that is emerging. The United States does not yet perceive Russia as a Pacific power. Russia’s opportunities and prospects in the Asia Pacific Region today not only depend on Russian-Chinese cooperation, but also on the development of Sino-U.S. relations. This is compelling Washington to look for new partners and allies, including in the Asia Pacific Region, one of which could be Russia. However, the deterioration in U.S.-Russian relations against the background of the increasing “Eastern,” or rather “Chinese” vector of Russian foreign policy leaves little opportunity for such scenarios to emerge. The confrontation between Russia and the United States is counterproductive since not one of the parties, with the exception of China, can objectively benefit from it. Prior to the crisis in Ukraine (2014-2015), the American elite and society had little interest in Russia. Russian foreign polisions cy must now focus on making its relations with China and the U.S. constructive and mutually complementary, including in the trilateral format-“U.S.-China-Russia.” Russia must make its relations with China and the U.S. more productive for its own benefit. © 2016, CA and CC Press AB. All rights reserved. Source

Olyanich D.A.,Far Eastern Federal University | Kotlyar V.G.,Far Eastern Federal University | Utas T.V.,Institute of Automation and Control Processes | Zotov A.V.,Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service | Saranin A.A.,Far Eastern Federal University
Nanotechnology | Year: 2013

The ability of scanning tunneling microscopy to manipulate selected C 60 molecules within close packed C60 arrays on a (Au,In)/Si(111) surface has been examined for mild conditions below the decomposition threshold. It has been found that knockout of the chosen C 60 molecule (i.e., vacancy formation) and shifting of the C 60 molecule to the neighboring vacant site (if available) can be conducted for wide ranges of bias voltages (from -1.5 to +0.5 V), characteristic manipulation currents (from 0.02 to 100 nA) and powers (from 2 × 10 -8 to 0.1 μW). This result implies that the manipulation is not associated with the electrical effects but rather has a purely mechanical origin. The main requirement for successful C60 knockout has been found to be to ensure a proper 'impact parameter' (deviation from central impact on the C60 sphere by the tip apex), which should be less than ∼1.5. A certain difference has been detected for the manipulation of C 60 in extended molecular arrays and molecular islands of a limited size. While it is possible to manipulate a single C60 molecule in an array, in the case of a C60 island it appears difficult to manipulate a given fullerene without affecting the other ones constituting the island. © 2013 IOP Publishing Ltd. Source

Shavlyugin A.I.,Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service
Izvestiya - Atmospheric and Ocean Physics | Year: 2016

The method for constructing limiting forms of steady states of vortex patches characterized by the presence of corners on the boundary is presented. The method is based on a continuation of the solution (the streamline which must coincide with the vortex boundary) when passing through the singular point to those part of the common vortex border whose tangent is continuous at the critical point. Limiting steady states of a pair of identical touching vortex patches are constructed for the cases of unlimited and circular barotropic oceans. It is found that, for the case of a circular ocean, the solution of maximum area is the domain bounded by two diameters intersecting at right angles. This conclusion is also valid for an unlimited ocean when the vortex pair of infinite area takes even/odd quadrants whose boundaries are formed by the asymptotes of solutions of finite area. The results add new members to the set of known exact analytical solutions of the problem of steady states of vortex patches. © 2016, Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. Source

Matetskiy A.V.,Institute of Automation and Control Processes | Gruznev D.V.,Institute of Automation and Control Processes | Zotov A.V.,Vladivostok State University of Economics and Service | Saranin A.A.,Far Eastern Federal University
Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics | Year: 2011

Adsorption of C60 onto the Si(111)-α- √3×√3-Au surface with a high density of domain walls and its In-induced modification, a domain-wall-free Si(111)√3×√3-(Au, In) surface, has been studied using scanning tunneling microscopy (STM). Adsorbed C60 have been found to form close-packed hexagonal arrays displaying specific patterns of C60 having different dim-bright STM contrast. On the Si(111)-α-√3×√3-Au surface, the dim-bright C60 pattern replicates the domain-wall network of the substrate surface and has plausibly an electronic origin. On the homogeneous Si(111)√3×√3-(Au,In) surface, a Moiré pattern of a two-dimensional lattice develops, which indicates periodic occupation of the same regular adsorption sites on the surface. Here, the dim-bright C 60 contrast is associated plausibly with different topographic heights of the molecules. In the case of the multilayer C60 films, the dim-bright C60 patterns of the first C60 monolayer have been found to be inherited with gradual smearing in the next C60 layers. © 2011 American Physical Society. Source

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