Development of Gamma-ray Diffactometry Method and the Equipment for Non-destructive Dislocation Density Control in Massive Quartz Crystals
Creation of the Technology for Heavy and Light Water Purification from Tritium.
mCF-Based 14-MeV Intense Neutron Source
Study of the Effect of Ortho/Para and H/D Composition in Liquid Hydrogen on the Cold Neutron Exit
Conversion of the Weapon Technology in Photoelectronic Technique for the Construction of a Photo-detector Generation for the Performance in Super-high Magnetic and Radiation Environment in Experimental High Energy Physics
Experimental Search and Study of Scission Neutrons in Low Energy Fission
Measurement of Neutron Induced Fission Cross Sections for 238U, 232Th, 209Bi, natPb, 197Au and natW in the Energy Range 20-175 MeV
Measurement of Energy and Isotope Dependencies of Fission Cross Sections of Heavy Nuclei Induced by Proton in Energy Range of 200-1000 MeV
Study of SiC Irradiated with High Energy Particles to Create High-Temperature Radiation-Resistant Detectors of the Ions and Nuclear Particles
Development of Technical Proposals for the North-West Regional Center of Hadron Therapy and Diagnostics in St. Petersburg
Creation of the New Gas Systems Generation for the Future Detectors of STAR and PHENIX Experiments at Brookhaven National Laboratory
Development of the Technique and Software for Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis of Large Geological (Crude Oil, Rock and Sedimentary Rock) Samples
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