Research of the Shock-wave Loading Influence on Proceeding of Mechanochemical Reactions at Synthesis of New Types of Composite Materials
Development of scientific Foundations or Creating Composites by Radiation Methods
Development of Scientific Fundamentals for Development of Low-Activation Radiation - and Corrosion-Resistant Vanadium-Based Alloys to be Used as Structural Materials for the first Wall and Tritium Blanket Thermonuclear Fusion Installations and Reactors
Synthesis of New Classes of Composite Materials in Conditions of Combined Environments
Development of Industrial Technology of Magnetic Properties of Electrotechnical Materials Improvement by Pulse - Periodic CO2 - Laser Radiation
Development, Research and Advanced Nanocrystalline Materials
Investigation of the Effect of Exposure to Tritium and Reactor Irradiation on the Properties of the First Wall and Divertor Materials for Magnetic Fusion Experiment
New Methods of Synthesis of Exchange-coupled High-Coercive Hard Magnetic Materials on the Base of Rare-Earth Ferromagnetics Using Mechanically-Induced Reactions in Solids
Development of Scientific Fundamentals for Creation of Irradiation Resistant Structural Zr Alloys for Nuclear Reactor Cores
Radiation-Dynamic Effects at Irradiation with Neutrons, Ions, Fission Fragments, Non-traditional Methods of Material Properties Modification and the Problem of Nuclear Reactors Safety
Investigation of Optical, Magnetic and Elastic Properties of Magneto-Photonic and Magnonic Crystals and Their Use for Optic and Microwave Signal Processing
New Catalysts and Sorbents with Application of Nanocrystalline Metals, Oxides and Diamonds
Biocompatible Synthetic Templates for Cell Cultures Based on Nanocomposite Carbon Films
Development of Energy-Saving and Effective Diamond Production Technology
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