ARCHIVE OF COMPLETED PROJECTS (SINCE 2014)

State programs of scientific research:

  1. New methods for improving parameters of light-emitting and photosensitive semiconductor nanostructures (planar nanocrystals, nanoparticles and plasmon structures) (2014-2015, State program “Electronics and Photonics”).
  2. Physical and technical principles of graphene structure formation by CVD for the creation of opto-and nanoelectronic devices (2014-2015, State program “Convergence”).
  3. Magnetoanisotropic spintronic nanocomposite films for the development of magnetic memory devices and sensors (2014-2015, State program “Functional and Composite Materials, Nanomaterials”).
  4. Development of physical and technological basis for porous template formation for synthesis of ferromagnet-semiconductor composite magnetosensitive nanostructures (2014-2015, State program “Functional and Composite Materials, Nanomaterials”).
  5. Development and manufacturing of composite magnetic multilayer nanostructures based on porous media to create new information processing elements (2014-2015, State program “Functional and Composite Materials, Nanomaterials”).
  6. Optical and electrical properties of semiconductor multicomponent chalcogenide compounds (2016-2018, State program “Materials Science, New Materials and Technologies”).
  7. Magnetoresistive, thermoelectric and optical properties of oxide materials with magnetic impurities and clusters (2016-2018, State program “Materials Science, New Materials and Technologies”).
  8. Study of correlation of electrophysical and optical properties for silicon-germanium solid solutions with a change in component composition and under radiation effects (2016-2018, State program “Materials Science, New Materials and Technologies”).
  9. Electrical, thermal and optical properties of composite materials based on graphene and carbon nanotubes (2016-2018, State program “Photonics, Opto- and Microelectronics”).
  10. Ecological highly-effective photovoltaic elements and photodetectors based on nanostructured oxide and sulphide compounds of bismuth and copper (2016-2020, State program “Photonics, Opto- and Microelectronics”).
  11. Electrical, magnetic and optical properties of zinc, germanium and silicon oxides with metal and semiconductor nanoparticles (2019-2020, State program “Physical Materials Science, New Materials and Technologies”).
  12. Structural, optical and electrical properties of thin films based on chalcogenides and carbon subgroup elements promising for the creation of solar cells (2019-2020, State program “Physical Materials Science, New Materials and Technologies”).
  13. Influence of defects on the mechanisms of electron and phonon transport in metal-graphene structures (2019-2020, State program “Photonics, opto- and microelectronics”).

Scientific-technical projects:

  1. Measurement of the efficiency and sensitivity spectral dependencies of hybrid photovoltaic element samples for solar cells of space vehicles (2014-2015, “Monitoring SG” Union State).

Funds and grants:

  1. Giant magnetoresistive effect in hybrid nanostructured Schottky barriers (2015, INP BSU).
  2. Controlling electrophysical properties of semiconductor materials and structures using ion-track technology (2016, INP BSU).
  3. Study of photodegradation processes in organic solar cells (2016-2018, BRFFR, Belarus-Israel).
  4. Structure and magnetoresistive properties of bismuth films (2016-2018, BRFFR, youth project).
  5. Nonstationary optical processes in compensated silicon carbide and chalcogenide 2D semiconductors (2017-2018, SCST, Belarus-Lithuania).
  6. Phonon anharmonicities in supported graphene (2018, Ministry of Education, grants for students and Ph.D. students).
  7. Influence of preparation conditions on microstructure of Cu2ZnSn(S,Se)4 thin films (2018, BRFFR, youth).
  8. Structure, optical and electrical properties of Cu2SnS3 thin films (2018 – 2019, BRFFR)

Contracts:

  1. Development and manufacturing of “solar cell” educational demonstration models (2015, Customer is “Active BSU”).
  2. Measurements of Raman spectra of carbon structures (2015, Customer is IHMT NASB).
  3. Measurements of Raman spectra for Cu2ZnSn(S,Se)4 films (2016, Customer is Scientific-Practical Materials Research Centre of NASB).
  4. Measurements of X-ray diffraction spectra and determination of elemental composition for Cu/Sn/Zn thin films (2016, Customer is Scientific-Practical Materials Research Centre of NASB).
  5. Measurements of Raman spectra and determination of elemental composition for SiC-based materials (2016, Customer is IHMT NASB)
  6. Measurements of Raman spectra of carbon nanostructures (2017, Customer is Institute for Nuclear Problems of BSU).
  7. Measurements of electrical resistivity temperature and magnetic field dependencies for nanoscale layered structures (2017, Customer is Institute for Nuclear Problems of BSU).
  8. Optical characteristics of pristine and ion-implanted synthetic diamonds (2017, Customer is Vilnius University; project was executed jointly with department of semiconductor physics and nanoelectronics).
  9. Measurements of Raman and X-ray diffraction spectra for SiC-based materials (2017, Customer is IHMT NASB).
  10. Measurements of Raman spectra and determination of elemental composition for Cu2ZnSn(Sex,S1-x)4 solid solution films (2017, Customer is Scientific-Practical Materials Research Centre of NASB).
  11. Measurements of Raman spectra of carbon nanostructures (2018, Customer is Institute for Nuclear Problems of BSU).
  12. Modification of optical and photoelectric properties of synthetic diamonds by high-energy electron irradiation (2018, Customer is Vilnius University; project was executed jointly with department of semiconductor physics and nanoelectronics).
  13. Defect formation in two-dimensional nanostructures on substrates under ion irradiation (2019, Customer is Institute for Nuclear Problems of BSU).
  14. Modification of optical and photoelectrical properties of electron irradiated artificial diamonds by heat treatments (2019, Customer is Vilnius University; project was executed jointly with department of semiconductor physics and nanoelectronics).
  15. Measurement of Raman spectra of carbon nanostructures (2019, Customer is Institute for Nuclear Problems of BSU)
  16. Modification of the structural properties of graphene layers with Bernal and rotary packing under irradiation with fast heavy ions (2020, Customer is Institute for Nuclear Problems of BSU)
  17. Determination of dielectric permittivity of solvents (2020, customer-JSC “Lakokraska”, Lida)
  18. Cu2O films for photoelectrochemical energy conversion: formation of internal getters by high energy ion implantation (2021, Customer is Institute for Nuclear Problems of BSU).