The Development of Basic Plasma-Chemical Technology for Manufacture of Low Cost Crystal Silicon for Solar Power Plants.
Development of New Cracking Criteria for Structural Steels of Power Industry in Aquatic Media
Elaboration of Chemical Engineering Processes for the Safe Handling of Beryllium Waste Products
New Methods of Utilization of Polyethileneterephtolate Waste Unfit for Natural Decomposition
Experimental and Theoretical Study of Piercing Protective Shells by Space Dust Particles in Regime of Ultra-Deep Penetration
Composite Materials with Nano-Scale Reinforcements
Improvement of Metallic Items’ Service Characteristics due to Modification of Their Surface by the Method of Friction Plating
Photon Dose Rate Detector for Accidents of NPPs
Metal Matrix Composites with Lightweight Reinforcements
New Methods of Utilization of Polyethileneterephthalate Waste Unfit for Self-Decomposition
Development of Cr Base Alloy as an Efficient Tool Material for Forging with Operation Temperature up to 1250 oC in Air
Development of the Technique of Manufacturing of Fine Titanium Powders for the Needs of Medical Industry
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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.