Experimental and Theoretical Modeling of a Pure and Safe High Efficiency Laser Driver Fusion Reactor.
Investigations of Microheterogeneous (Microturbulent) Plasma.
CRYSTAL: Systematic Ab Initio Calculations of Cold (T= 0K) Compression Curves for Chemical Elements and Some Compounds
Investigation of Electron-Vibrational-Rotational Spectra of Diatomic Molecules
High Intensity Laser-Produced Plasma of the Volume Structured Media
RF Excited Waveguide CO Laser
High Velocity Laser Plasma Fluxes in Strong Magnetic Fields and their Application for Optimization of Pressure Profile and Current Distribution in Magnetic Confinement Systems and in Modeling Solar Plasma-Magnetic Phenomena
Thin-Film Organic Structures for Electro-Luminescent Civilian Appliances
Development of Neuro-Stereo-Display for 3D Visualization
Development of New Fast Scintillators for Nuclear Power Facility Monitoring, Radioactive Material Detection Systems and in Medicine
Construction of Low-Background Setup Based on Low Temperature Detector
Radiative Properties of Picosecond-Lazer-Produced Plasmas
Creation of Radio Interferometer Complex on Basis of the Radio Telescope in «Kalyazin» (RT-64, Russia) for Astrophysical Investigation with Very High Angle Resolution
Search for Homochirality as a Signature of Extraterrestial Life
Ionization-neutron Calorimeter in orbit (INCAO); First Phase: Experimental Balloon Module
Technology of Stratospheric Balloon Gradient Magnetic Surveys at 20-40 Km Altitudes:Solution of Fundamental and Applied Problems of the Earth's Lithosphere Structure
Advanced XUV Technology: Methods, Sources, Instruments
Development of Fast Neutron Radiography and Tomography Methods Based on a Portable Equipment
Development of New Scintillators with High Light Yield for Use in Nuclear Physics and Medicine
The Development of an Equipment to Predict Regions and Dates of Nature Catastrophes (Earthquakes, Typhoons, Tsunami, etc.) Using Research of Ion Plasma Beam Dynamics in the Ion Sphere of the Earth
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