Development of Acceleration Method for an Intensive Ion Beam.
Formation of High Current Relativistic Electron Beam with Subnanosecond Front Duration by Means of a Shock Electromagnetic Wave.
Development and Construction of an Acting Model of Powerful Quasiparallel Pulse X-ray Beam Source for Research, Industrial and Medical Applications.
Designing the Technology of Atmosphere Cleaning from Ozonedestroing Freons in Continuous Microwave Under Critical Discharges
Development of Repetitive Plasma Injectors for a Generator of Superpower Electromagnetic Pulses
Analysis of Characteristics of Multichannel Detection Systems Used in Radiographic Inspection Facilities (Scintillator + Photodiode Detectors; Low Noise Amplifiers, etc.)
New-Generation Eco-Friendly High-Power Ion Linear Accelerators
Theoretical Analysis of a Collective Laser Accelerator, Based on Plasmoids in RF Wells, and of Possibilities of Development of this Type of Accelerators
#0386-3Low Divergence EM-beam
Development of a Method for Producing Electromagnetic Wave Beams with Small Divergence
Synthesis of the Field Structure and Dynamics of Charged Particles in Moving Optical Traps of Varying Volume and Some Applications
Mass-Transport Phenomena and Enhancement of Metal-to-Ceramics Adherence Under Sintering in the Fields of Power Microwave Radiation