Projects

Current projects

  1. Coherent X-Ray spectroscopy of ultrafast photo-induced processes, Russian Science Foundation, Project 21-12-00193, 2021-2023.
  2. Novel two-dimensional materials based on inorganic crystals with covalent bonding. Russian Science Foundation, Project 22-73-10047. 2022-2025.
  3. Development of frontier X-ray and optical methods for the study of matter and for investigation of novel materials of photonics, medicine and sensorics, The Ministry of Science and High Education of Russian Federation, Project FSRZ-2023-0006, 2023-2025.

 

Finished projects

  1. Design and properties of low-dimensional metal organic frameworks for quantum applications. Russian Science Foundation, Project 19-73-10015, 2019-2022.
  2. Computational modeling of hybrid 2D nanomaterials for developing new elements for visible and near-infrared plasmonics nonlinear optics elements. Russian Science Foundation, Project 18-13-00363-П, 2021-2022.
  3. Development of novel optical and magnetic materials and synchrotron X-ray spectral methods for studying of matter, The Ministry of Science and High Education of Russian Federation, Project FSRZ-2020-0008, 2020-2022.
  4. Developoment of X-ray pump-probe methods for studying dynamics of phase transitions in liquids, Russian Foundation for Basic research, Project 19-29-12015-мк, 2020-2022.
  5. Computational modeling of hybrid 2D nanomaterials for developing new elements for visible and near-infrared plasmonics nonlinear optics elements. Russian Science Foundation, Project 18-13-00363, 2018-2020.
  6. Energy and charge transfer in molecular systems controlled by strong and weak x-ray pulses. Russian Science Foundation, Project 16-12-10109, 2016-2020.
  7. X-ray spectroscopy of liquids and disordered systems. The Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation for scientific research, Project 3.2662.2017, 2017-2019. 
  8. Nano- and molecular aggregates: prospective applications and new functionality.The Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation for scientific research, Project No. 1792, 2014–2016.