Modeling and optimization of LED materials structural properties
Study of the heat transfer of LED lamps
UV integrated COB assembly
Substrates based on single crystals of gallium oxide
Advanced materials with unique optical and thermal properties for a new generation of solid state light sources for replacement of conventional phosphors (composite materials, carbon-based nanostructures, transparent oxides)
New nanostructured metallic conductors for wires and cables with increased conductivity and improved strength characteristics
Construction of theoretical models describing the micro-mechanics of defects behavior and physical mechanisms of structure formation, relaxation of residual stresses and plastic deformation in composite nanostructures and bulk nanomaterials
The purpose of research is to develop new methods of studying the structure and functional properties of nanosystems with high spatial, energy and time resolution using a set of methods, including X-ray Free Electron Laser (european and other facilities of XFEL).