State programs of scientific research:

  1. Ecological highly-effective photovoltaic elements and photodetectors based on nanostructured oxide and sulphide compounds of bismuth and copper (2016-2020, “Photonics, Opto- and Microelectronics”)
  2. 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”)
  3. 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”)
  4. Influence of defects on the mechanisms of electron and phonon transport in metal-graphene structures (2019-2020, “Photonics, opto- and microelectronics”)

Funds and grants:

  1. Thin film heterojunctions In2S3 / Sn (S, Se) for photovoltaic applications (2019-2021, contract with BRFFR)
  2. Architecture and stability of the hole-transport layer in perovskite solar cells (agreement with BRFFI, 2020-2022).