In-situ dynamical monitoring of living bacteria cells using scanning probe microscopy
Development of Interactive and Open Learning in Scanning Probe Microscopy and Nanotechnology
Investigation of Model System and Natural Biological Objects by Scanning Tunneling and Atomic Force Microscopy Techniques with Atomic Scale Resolution.
High-Efficiency Thin Film Solar Cells and Modules Based on Complex Quaternary Chalcopyrite Materials on Flexible Dielectric and Metal Substrates
#B-1048Passive Optical Shutters
Passive Q-Switching and Mode-Locking of 1.3-3 mkm Lasers: New Materials and Technologies
Development of the Apparatus Prototypes and Methods of High Intensity and Middle Frequency Pulse Magnetic Field Stimulation of Different Organism Structure of an Animal and Human
#B-1188Power Semiconductor Devices
Development of New Methods of Radiation-Thermal Processing in Production of Power Semiconductor Devices for Energy Saving Applications
Novel Multifunctional Nanocrystalline Glass Ceramic Materials for Infrared Optoelectronics
Yb-doped Materials for High-Power Femtosecond Thin-Disk Laser
Thin Film Solar Cells Based on SnSx and Cu2SnZnS4 Semiconductor Compounds on Flexible, Nanostructured Metal Substrates and Superstrates
Design and Organization of Production for a Series of Power-Voltage Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBT)
Formation and Experimental Investigation of Fundamental Properties of Conductivity in Quantum Conductors and Transistors Using Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM)
Laser Crystals for Diod-Pumped Solid-State Tunable Mid-Infrared Medical Lasers
The Usage of High Energy Electron Beams to Increase Speed and Reduce Switching Energy Losses in Power Semiconductor Devices (Diodes, Thyristors, Transistors)
High Efficiency Solar Cells Based on Cu (In, Ga, Zn) Se2 Thin Films Prepared by Selenization of Co-Sputtered Metal Alloy Layers
Mid-Infrared Vibronic Femtosecond Laser Oscillators
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