Supercritical Fluids – Basis of Fundamentally New Technologies of Radioactive Waste Conversion
Development of Ecologically Safe Technologies for the Production of High Purity Materials (Gallium, Germanium, Arsenic) from Semiconductor Industry Waste
New Materials for Laser Frequency Doubling System Based on the Non-Stoichiometric Chalcopyrite Structure Crystals
New Generation of Semiconductor Materials
Development of Fundamentals and Engineering Solutions of Detection of Explosives (Group of Nitrocyclohydrocarbons) by Micromachined Semiconductor Gas Sensors Using Gas Pre-Concentration System
Improving Methods of Radioactive Waste Storage with Advanced Fire-Safety Neutron-Capture Materials on the Basis of Light Elements
Lead-Free Bismuth-Containing Solders
Epitaxial Layers of GaAs on Substrates with Metallic Type of Conductivity for Microwave and Millimeter Wave Solid-State Devices
Development of Method of Producing of Raw Material for Manufacture of Single Crystals of Leucosapphire
The Development of High Quality Nano-Sized Cathode Material Based on Lithium Iron-Phosphate Technology and Its Application for High Power Lithium-Ion Batteries (LIBs) Assembling
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