Development of Single-Sector, Rapid-Growth Technologies for Production of Water Soluble Crystals.
The Soft X-ray Source Based ECR-discharge Sustained by Powerful Gyrotron Radiation in Heavy Gases.
Sintering and Joining of Ceramic and Composite Materials by Using Millimeter-wave Radiation.
#0404Ozone layer Study
Active-method Study of the Effect of Man-related Reactors on the Ozone Layer.
Generation of Microwave Radiation by FEL with Sheet Electron Beam and Two-dimensional Distributed Feedback.
Development of Effective Plasma Radiators of Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Waves for the Satellite-Based Geological Prospecting
Study of Nanosecond Microwave Discharges in Wave Beams and Modeling their Effect on the Atmosphere in the Region of Ozone "Holes"
Use of Coherent and Non-linear Acoustic Methods in Nondestructive Testing and Seismology
Multi-Charged Ion Source Based on ECR Discharge in Heavy Gases Sustained by Powerful Gyrotron Radiation
The Production of Functionally Graded Coatings Using Intense Millimeter-Wave Beams
Development of Rapid-Growth Technology for the Production of Single-Sector Water-Soluble Crystals (2-nd stage)
Creation of High-Power Sources of Coherent Electromagnetic Radiation for Energy, Information and Acceleration Systems
Investigation of Potential Price Reduction of Large-Aperture Pockels Cell Fabrication Technology
Tunable IR Parametric Receivers/Transmitters with Heterodyne Detection for Remote Spectroscopy of the Atmosphere with High Spectral Resolution and Probing Distance
Lightning Discharge: the Initial Development, Experimental Investigation of Microstructure and RF Image of a Thunderstorm Cloud, Laboratory and Computer Modeling
High Power Technological Lasers with Self-Adaptive Resonators
Generation and Amplification of Microwave Radiation Pulses in High-Power FEM with Two-Dimensional Distributed Feedback and Non-Linear Effects at High Radiation Intensity
Development of Machine for Separation of Nonferrous Metals
The Development and Investigation of the Effectiveness of Remote Methods for Determination of Parameters of Seismic and Oceanic Disturbances
Creation of Prototype of Multi-Charged Ion Source Based on ECR Discharge Sustained by Powerful Gyrotron Radiation with High-Current Beam and Pulse Frequency Repetition up to 1 Hz
Study for Possible Design of Optical and Magnetic Memory with Super-High Recording Density with the Use of Femtosecond Laser Radiation and Atomic-Force Microscopy
Broadband Large-Aperture Optical Parametric Amplifiers of Chirped Laser Pulses Based on KD*P Crystal
Development of 30 GHz/30 MW Pulsed Gyroklystron for International Electron-Positron Super-Collider Programme
White Light Interferometer for Precise Testing of the Large-Aperture Optics
Faraday Isolator for Radiation with Average Power up to 10 kW
Development of Advanced Sensor Equipment for Medical Diagnostics through the Vibration Acoustic Channel (Auscultation, Phonocardiography, Percussion, etc.)
Design and Development of a Program Environment for Compiling, Storage and Usage of Knowledge in Radiophysics
Atmospheric Electrical and Ion Fields in Kyrgyz Republic
LETI - Detection of Graphic Images (Various Format Graphic Images) by Analyzing the Given Fragment Among Number of Various Computer Data
Development of the Plasma-Chemical Method for Direct Production of Highly Enriched Silicon Isotopes from SiF4 Gas
Development of the Methodology of Experiment and Technical Support for Studies of the Flow Cyclotron Maser in the Earth's Magnetosphere by Creating an Artificial Ionization Cloud From a Geophysical Rocket
Design, Manufacturing and Tests of Short Pulse ECR Multi-Charged Ion Source Prototype with High Ionization Efficiency
#A-1095Quantum Information Storage
Quantum Information Storage in Solids via Atomic Coherence
Monitoring of the Ozone Layer above the Middle Asia Region by Radio Astronomical Methods in the Millimeter Waveband
Investigation of Nanostructured Ceramic and Composite Materials Fabrication by Combined Effect of Microwave Radiation and External Pressure
Instrumental and methodical insurance of ozone layer monitoring in the Central Asia Region using radio astronomy method at the millimetric waveband
Development of a Technology for Producing Silicon Nitride Ceramics from Silicon Industrial Wastes from Kyrgyz Republic
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