Multifunctional Polymers and Polymeric Nanocomposites for Opto- and Microelectronics
Technology and Design Development of Solar Arrays of Amorphous Silicon Based on Thin Polymer Film Deployed by Centrifugal Forces for Communications and Earth Observation Satellites
Research and Development of Photoelectrochemical Light Energy Converters Based on Organic Semiconductors Using the Principles of Photobionics
Development of Materials and Processes for High Technology Organic Devices
Modeling of Primary Stages of Photosynthesis on the Basis of Nano-Sized Supramolecular Systems
Development of Corundum Based Detector in 50-400 nm Spectral Region
Nanotubes / Diamond Like Carbon Composite Transparent Conductive Material for Solar Cell and Conductive Coating Applications
Theoretical and Experimental Investigation of Porous and Oxide Semiconductors and Their Interfaces with Electrolyte or Gas. Development and Manufacture of Gas Sensors and High Efficient Photoconverters of Solar Energy into Electricity or Chemical Energy B
High-Efficiency Thin Film Solar Cells and Modules Based on Complex Quaternary Chalcopyrite Materials on Flexible Dielectric and Metal Substrates
High Efficiency Solar Cells Based on Cu (In, Ga, Zn) Se2 Thin Films Prepared by Selenization of Co-Sputtered Metal Alloy Layers
Development and Monitoring of the Long Life Radionuclide Pollution (Sr-90, Cs-137) of Georgia’s Plant Cover and Soils
Investigation of Helioenergetical Resources of Georgia and Creation of Solar Energy Cadastre
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