State programs of scientific research:
- Ecological highly-effective photovoltaic elements and photodetectors based on nanostructured oxide and sulphide compounds of bismuth and copper (2016-2020, “Photonics, Opto- and Microelectronics”)
- Electrical, magnetic and optical properties of zinc, germanium and silicon oxides with metal and semiconductor nanoparticles (2019-2020, “Physical Materials Science, New Materials and Technologies”)
- Structural, optical and electrical properties of thin films based on chalcogenides and carbon subgroup elements promising for the creation of solar cells (2019-2020, “Physical Materials Science, New Materials and Technologies”)
- Influence of defects on the mechanisms of electron and phonon transport in metal-graphene structures (2019-2020, “Photonics, opto- and microelectronics”)
Funds and grants:
- Thin film heterojunctions In2S3 / Sn (S, Se) for photovoltaic applications (2019-2021, contract with BRFFR)
- Architecture and stability of the hole-transport layer in perovskite solar cells (agreement with BRFFI, 2020-2022).