Development of Interactive and Open Learning in Scanning Probe Microscopy and Nanotechnology
Surface Modification of Materials by Concentrated Flows of Thermal Heterogeneous Plasma
Development the Lidar System for Atmospheric Pollution Monitoring on the Base of the Tunable Lasers at the Ultraviolet, Visual and Infrared Spectral Regions
Development of Methods and Apparatus for Processes Diagnostics in Plasma Reactors at the Neutralization of Chemical Herbiside and Pestiside
Novel Phototransforming and Photovoltaic Nanostructures of Natural and Synthetic Molecular Subunits
Mesoscopic Light Emmiters, Switches, and Transformers
#B-276.2Mesoscopic Optical Elements
Mesoscopic light emitters, switches, and transformers
Formation and Experimental Investigation of Fundamental Properties of Conductivity in Quantum Conductors and Transistors Using Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM)
Relaxation Processes in Exited Polyatomic Molecules in a Gas Phase as a Model of Fast Structural Changes of Biomolecules
Development of Remote Sensing Methods and Hardware to Test and Improve Optical Space Data on the Atmosphere and Earth Surface in Eastern Europe
Complex Investigation of Low-Intensive Optical Radiation Interaction with Aspherical Metal Nanoparticles and Their Planar Structures Ordered in Various Manners
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