Development of Silicon Carbide Semiconducting Material for a new Generation of Radiation Hardened and High Temperature Sensors and Electronics.
The Development of Basic Plasma-Chemical Technology for Manufacture of Low Cost Crystal Silicon for Solar Power Plants.
Development of New Plasma Technologies of Fine Purification of Inert Gases.
Electron, Optical and Structural Properties of Nanocrystalline Silicon Obtained by Hydrogen Isotope Irradiation of Monocrystals.
Development of the Technology to Obtain Anhydrous Scandium Iodide for Metallohallogenic Lamps with Emitting Additives
New Approaches to Predictive Joints Design Based on a Detailed Description of Local Elasto-Plastic Strain History by Combining the Holographic Interferometry Data and Numerical Simulation
Organic Polymer Light Emitting Devices
Nanotube Carbon Structures - New Material for Electron Emitters
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Nanotube Carbon Structures – New Material for Electron Emitters
Development of New Technologies of Manufacturing Glass-Titanium and Glass-Aluminium Electrical Connectors with Improved Technical Characteristics
Carbon Nanomaterials and Composites: Synthesis and Electron Field Emission
Immobilisation and Disposal of Radioactive Wastes Using Modified Microspheres of Natural Silicates
Development of the Pressing and Punching Technics for the Manufacturing of Particle Detectors
High-stable Radiation Resistant Semiconductors
Development of Biotechnological Methods for the Production of Higher Plant Cell Culture Biomass as Natural Plant Raw Material
Gas-Permselective Film Membrane Materials on the Basis of Carbo-Functional Oligo-Organosiloxanes for Public Health and Personal Chemical Dosimetry
New Family of (Met) Acrylic Macromonomers, New Polymers and Related Materials
Development of Technology for Production of Nanodimensional Oxide Materials in Lead Melt for New Microsystem Method of Forming Sensitive Layers of Semiconductor Gas Sensors
Development of Elements of the Technology Producing Hollow Blades from Submicrocrystalline Titanium Alloys by Combining Molding and Diffusion Welding under Low-Temperature Superplasticity, Including Non-Destructive Quality Control over Parts Produced
Development of Design and Technology for Manufacturing Transparent Electrodes for GRIM Multiple-Frame Radiographic Facility
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