Research areas

The Faculty of Physics conducts research in the following areas:

  • Creation of non-traditional materials through controlled structure formation.
  • Diagnostics and photoionization modelling of the nebular environments (planetary nebulae, HII regions, diffuse ionized gas surrounding the star-forming regions).
  • High energy spectroscopt of materials.
  • Internal structure of the compact astrophysical objects (white dwarfs and neutron stars).
  • Modelling methods in the theory of metals.
  • New substances and materials (aerospace, biomedical, materials with programmable properties for smart-systems).
  • Nonlinear optical and photoelectric properties of photorefractive crystals.
  • Optical and electrical properties leading polymers.
  • Optical computerization experiment.
  • Optical properties and energy-band structure of crystals and nanoscale objects.
  • Optics of nanosized objects.
  • Phase transformations in crystalline dielectrics and physics disparate phases.
  • Physical systems in the quantized space.
  • Physics and technology of low temperatures.
  • Physics and technology of nanostructures.
  • Physics of ferroics.
  • Physics of liquids and nanocomposite liquid systems.
  • Precision polarimetry.
  • Quantum information.
  • Quantum statistical physics.
  • Radiative relaxation of electron excitations in dielectric and semiconductor crystals.
  • Spectral refractometry of ferroelectric crystals.
  • Spectroscopy of condensed matter.
  • Stellar atmospheres.
  • Structure and evolution of the Universe.
  • Structure and physical properties of thin films.
  • Supersymmetry in quantum mechanics.

Research is conducted on modern experimental apparatus not only in the laboratory of the Physics Faculty, but in Interfaculty scientific-educational laboratory of X-ray analysis in which the functions of modern X-ray diffractometer (STOE STADI MP), scientific and educational the), scientific and educational centers of research and low-temperature “Fractal”