Feasibility study of technologies for accelerator based conversion of military plutonium and long-lived radioactive waste.
Study on the Feasibility and Economics of the Use of Ex-Weapons Plutonium and Civil Plutonium as Fuel for both Fast and Thermal Reactors.
Creation of the Technology for Heavy and Light Water Purification from Tritium.
Technology and Installation for Radioactive Graphite Treatment.
Complex Installation for radioactive Metal Waste Treatment.
Study of Gas- and Molten-Fluoride Separation and Transmutation for Accelerator Based Plutonium Disposition and Nuclear Waste Treatment
Project Development of the Pilot Installation MCIRI for Stable Isotope Separation of Stable Isotopes Via the Method of Ion Cyclotron Resonance (ICR) Heating. Technical and Economical Substantiation of the Project
Study of the Effect of Ortho/Para and H/D Composition in Liquid Hydrogen on the Cold Neutron Exit
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ISTC facilitates international science projects and assists the global scientific and business community to source and engage with CIS and Georgian institutes that develop or possess an excellence of scientific know-how.