Development of High Temperature Radiation Hardened Silicon Carbide Field-Effect Transistor.
Research and Development of an analog microelectronics component basis for radiation detector signal processing in experimental nuclear physics, reactor control and safety systems, fissionable materials supervision and registration
Physics and Technique of Nanometer Scale IC Element Formation Processes Based on the Interaction of Intensive EUV Radiation with Matter
Opportunities for Investigation of Development of New Class of Vacuum Microelectronics Devices - Monotron Generators of Mm Waveband Radiation Based on Field Emission Cathodes
Development of the Project and Creation of Prototypes of Integrated ThermionicMicrocircuits for Operation in Extreme Environment
IR Camera-Based New Approach for Characterization of Semiconductor Materials and Devices
Interference-Suppressing Digital Devices and Systems: Design Technique Study and Monograph Preparation
Ferroelectric Film Structures for Application in Radioelectronic Devices
Research and Development of Lasers and Optoelectronic Devices Based on Doped Film Structures and Single Crystal Optical Fibers for Application in Medicine, Technique and Telecommunication
Investigation of the Kinetics and Disintegration of Hydride Molecules in Epitaxy Processes with Gas Sources by Submillimeter Spectroscopy Method
Preparation and Investigation in Physical Properties of Light-Emitting Nanostructures Based on Silicon Nanowires and Nanocrystals
Miniature Tunable Microwave Oscillators Based on Acoustic and Spin-Wave Frequency Selective Elements
Development and Implementation of Physical and Technological Principles of Logical Elements of All-Optical Computer with Ultra-High Speed and Minimized Thermal Losses
Correlation of Electron Properties of Individual Carbon Nanotubes, Atomic Structure and Parameters of Catalytic Synthesis
Controllable Magnetosensitive Sensors Intended for Operation in Extreme Physical Fields
Planar Layered Structures Based on Ferroelectric Films Intended for Applications in Radioelectronic Tunable Devices of Millimeter Wavelength Band
Semiconductor Coordinate-Sensitive Detectors of Radiation Particles on Basis of Functionally Integrated Pixel Structures
Theoretical Research of Mechanisms of Negative Differential Resistance Appearance in Molecular “Wires”
Study of Single-Electron, Single Photon and Magnetic Processes in Ensembles of Self-Organizing Polyfunctional Nanoparticles and Molecular Clusters
Arrays of Superconducting Direct Detectors for Supersensitive Imaging Radiometers of 1.0 – 0.2 mm Waveband Region
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