The department offers collaboration in the following areas:

Joint scientific research

  • Studies of structural, electrophysical, optical and thermal properties of nanomaterials and nanostructures.
  • Studies of structural, electrophysical, optical and photoelectrical properties of photovoltaic materials and structures; modeling of solar cell and photoelectric converter parameters.
  • Development of new materials for energy storage devices.

Development of educational and research equipment

Conduction of measurements according to the technical task of the Customer

  • Measurement of electrophysical and magnetic parameters of materials and structures in the temperature range of 2 – 300 K and under magnetic fields of up to 8 T.
  • Measurement and mapping of Raman and photoluminescence spectra with high spatial resolution, including low-temperature measurements (down to 20 K).
  • Determination of three-dimensional topology and microrelief parameters of condensed matter surfaces.
  • Measurement of parameters of thermoelectric materials at elevated temperatures.
  • Thermographic determination of thermal insulation defects and leakage in structural components of residential and industrial buildings.
  • Experimental determination of thermophysical parameters of enclosing structures and heat-insulating materials.
  • Measurement of photoconductivity, photocurrent, and photovoltage spectra of photosensitive materials and structures.