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Social Sciences and Humanities

Moscow State University of Civil Engineering

Central Federal District, Moscow

Head Regional Collective Research Centre of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering

- Development of new efficient building materials, products and structures;

- improving the energy efficiency and automation of engineering systems in buildings and structures;

- Study of the microstructure, physical and mechanical characteristics and durability properties of building materials and products;

- Improving the safety and service life of structures and facilities.

- Modeling of physical processes in construction

Bezuglova Ekaterina


Irkutsk National Research Technical University

Siberian Federal District,


Joint Use Center "Baikal Nanotechnology Center"

Technology nanostructured materials. Optics and laser physics. Nonlinear spectroscopy. Plasma Physics. Plasma technology. The technology of silicon and analyst. High-temperature superconductivity. The nano-sized catalysts. Technology polymeric materials. Powder metallurgy. Fuel elements. Information-measuring and telecommunication systems.

Afanasev Aleksandr


Siberian Federal University

Siberian Federal District.


Centre of Collective Use «High Tech methods of research and analysis of new materials, nanomaterials and mineral raw materials»

Condensed Matter Physics. Chemistry.

Ecology and Natural Resource Management. Applying Geochemistry, Petrology, Mineralogy.

Non-Ferrous Metallurgy. Powder Metallurgy, Composition Material, Coatings. Physical and Chemical Processes and Materials.

Material Science and New Materials Technology. Electronics and Microelectronics. Microsystem Technology. Nanotechnology.

Production of Building Materials and Constructions. Vital Activity Safety in Technosphere.

Kalyakina Olga


Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N.Yeltsin

Ural Federal District. Ekaterinburg

Ural Center for Shared Use "Modern nanotechnology" UrFU

Fundamental and applied investigations in the area of physical and chemical material research of nanomaterials and nanostructures. Development of the technologies of advanced materials and devices based on nanotechnology. Study of the electron structure and phase transformations in semiconductors, ferroelectrics and dielectrics and development of the technologies for optoelectronics. Research of magnetic properties in solid state and creation of the magnetic materials with required properties. Creation of new multifunctional and composite materials and investigation of their physicоchemical properties.

Shur Vladimir


Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N.Yeltsin

Ural Federal District. Ekaterinburg

Center for Shared Use of Unique Equipment UrFU

Metal science, metallurgy, chemistry, mechanical engineering. The creation of new materials and technologies for their production and processing. Investigation of the structure and properties of inorganic (metal) and organic materials

Makarov Vladimir

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Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N.Yeltsin

Ural Federal District. Ekaterinburg

Kourovka Astronomical Observatory of the Ural Federal University (UrFU)

The instrument is aimed at fundamental research of open clusters, star-forming Districts, variable stars as well as observations of near space objects.

The 1.2-m telescope constructed by APM Telescopes was mounted in Kourovka in 2009. It is a Cassegrain system with an alt-azimuth mounting equipped with two spectrographs, Ural Fiber Echelle Spectrograph (UFES) and Low Resolution Slit Spectrograph ANNA set in Nasmyth foci and a photometer-polarimeter is planned to be set in primary focus.

The 70-cm telescope is equipped by multibeam electrophotometer. Simultaneous observations of two stars and sky background enable to set off the effect of shallow clouds and a frog. RMS is 0.003–0.005 mag.

The SBG telescope constructed by Carl Zeiss Jena was mounted in Kourovka in 1974. The four-axis telescope with a 788 mm focal length is equipped with a Schmidt optical system and a 500 mm diameter main mirror. An Alta U32 CCD camera with a KAF-3200ME-1 CCD matrix containing 2184 × 1472 elements, each of size 6.8 × 6.8 μm is mounted at the main telescope focus. The scale of the CCD image is 1.8 arcsec/pixel. The field of view of the system is 65 × 44 arcmin. Limiting magnitude is 19 mag.

The telescope AZT-3 has main mirror 450 mm, Kassegren focus is 11 m and Newton focus is 2 m. The telescope is equipped by a panoramic photometer base on Alta U6 CCD camera with CCD matrix containing 1024 × 1024 elements, each of size 24 × 24 μm. The field of view of the system is 17.5 arcmin in Kassegren focus and 42 arcmin in Newton focus. A photometric Johnson-Cousins UBVRI system is realized.

Horizontal solar telescope ACU-5 has main mirror 44 cm. The telescope is equipped by spectrograph ASP-20.

MASTER. The telescope consists of a pair of 40 cm Hamilton catadioptric tubes with the focal length of 100 cm, installed on a equatorial mount. CCD cameras are Apogee Alta U16M with front-illuminated KODAK KAF-16803 chip with anti-blooming: size of a chip is 4096 x 4096 pixels; pixel size is 9 x 9 μm; CCD gain in e/ADU is 1.3; readout noise in e/pix is 10. Image scale is 1.85 arcsec/pix and field of view is 2°x2°. Observations can be performed simultaneously in two filters (Johnson-Cousins BVRI system, Hα, Red Continuum), or in two different polarization planes.

Zakharova Polina


Kazan Federal University

Volga Federal District, Kazan

Federal Center of Shared Facilities for Physical and Chemical Research of Substances and Materials

1. Definition of the spectral, structural and dynamic characteristics of a wide range of objects by means of magnetic resonance, Mössbauer spectroscopy, X-ray and optical spectroscopy.

2. Studies of micro- and nanoscale objects, including biological, atomic force microscopy.

3. Determination of small and very small concentrations of biologically active agents in samples of water, soil, and biological tissues using electrochemical biosensors.

4. Determination of physico-chemical characteristics of the synthetic polymers and proteins in the thin films, and their thermal stability.

5. Determination of petrochemical synthesis catalysts and enzymes.

6. Determination of the sorption capacity of synthetic materials and natural specimens in different humidity conditions, and the distribution coefficients of the liquid-vapor steam by gas chromatographic analysis.

7. Determination of the composition of substances and materials by elemental microanalysis, atomic absorption, atomic emission and X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy.

8. Training and retraining of specialists in physical and chemical methods of research.

Gafurov Ilshat


Kazan National Research Technological University

Volga Federal District, Kazan

Common Use Center “Nanotechnologies and Nanomaterials” holding the scientific equipment for production and research of nanoparticles of metals, metal oxides and polymers


Obtaining and modification of nanoparticles of metals and nonmetals oxides, nanoparticles of metals and polymers by high-frequency plasma, electrochemical, supercritical and chemical methods;

Production of polymer nanostructured composite materials;

Studying of properties, composition and structure of nanoparticles and composite materials by the following methods:  high resolution transmission electron microscopy allowing to visualize nanostructures of object and determine structural parameters of separate nanoparticles;

Complex of spectral methods: nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Moessbauer spectroscopy, X-ray fluorescence analysis and X-ray diffractometry, as well as thermal analysis that gives an information about elemental, molecular and phase composition and also about peculiarities of interaction between nanoparticles and base matrix;

Supporting of high technologies and knowledge-intensive production;

Training of high-qualified specialists and academic staff for work on up-to-date analytical and processing equipment in main activity areas of the Common Use Center;

Common Use Center is available for research work performed by scientists, PhD students and senior students from high educational institution of the District.

Dresvyannikov Alexander


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