Investigation of non-thermal Possibilities of Origin of the Superconductivity in High-Energy Pulsed High-gamma-neutron Fluxed.
Development of Diagnostic Methods of Supersonic Flow of Plasma and Creation of a Laboratory Prototype of an Automated Diagnostic Complex
Fabrication and Investigation of Superparamagnetic Nanocomposite and Molecular Cluster Materials Suitable for Using as Working Bodies in Magnetic Cooling Devices
Selective Modification and Diagnostics of Solids, Thin Films and Nano-Structures with Ion Beams
Development of the Laboratory Technology of Room Temperature Ferromagnetic Semiconductor Materials Suitable for Use in Devices of Spin Electronics
Development of Reflectometry Measurement System on the Base of Digital Multispectral Fundus Camera for Estimating Macular Pigments Optical Density and Concentration of Phototoxic Compounds in Retina
Intrinsic Room Temperature Ferromagnetism, Magnetic Moments and Magneto-Optical Effects in Elemental and Oxide Semiconductors
Technological Development of Advanced Multifunctional Materials through Tailored Porous Anodic Alumina and Controllable Sol-Gel Derived Films
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