Centre for Research
in Materials and Technologies

The Centre develops technologies for new functional and constructional materials and studies them together with leading research organizations and scientific networks. New materials are used to design modern electronic and research equipment, and industrial technology.

 

The Centre works on:

  • additive technologies (technologies and materials for 3D printers, organic synthesis based on microchannel systems, etc.);
  • composite materials (polymer materials, polymeric membranes, metal materials, materials for the aerospace and energy industries, pigments that absorb RF and SHF; phosphors; fluorinated materials, technology of UHMWPE-I, etc.).
  • light nanostructured alloys based on aluminum, titanium and magnesium;
  • low-tonnage production of multifunctional materials (low-tonnage chemical products, including for the pharmaceutical industry; synthesis of chemical substances for high-energy and pharmaceutical use);
  • new materials for extreme conditions of the Arctic and Siberia;
  • petrochemical and resource-saving technologies; and
  • modeling and forecasting the properties of new materials and their technologies; designing models and methods of multilevel modeling of material properties.

Heads of the Centre:

Valentin Parmon, Academician

Vyacheslav Buznik, Academician

Svetlana Barannikova, Professor

Irina Kurzina, Professor

Laboratory for Catalytic Research

Development of valuable intermediate catalytic derivatization methods of basic and fine organic synthesis within a concept of “Green Chemistry”.

 

Multifunctional Chemical Materials Lab

Photo-active nanomaterials for solar power engineering and biomedicine.

 

Laboratory for Physics of High-Strength Crystals

Study of thermoelastic martensitic transformations in high-strength crystals for innovative engineering applications.

 

Laboratory for Computer Modeling and Condensed Matter Analysis

Computer modeling of temperature influence on phase stability and mechanical characteristics of high-technology multicomponent transition metal-based alloys.

 

Laboratory for Properties of Substances in Extreme States

Mechanisms and principles of structural and phase transformations in multicomponent systems under high-energy influence.

Interdisciplinary Laboratory for Multilevel Dynamic Analysis of Materials and Structures

Development of hierarchical mathematical and computer models for multi-level dynamic modeling of materials and constructions considering their structure, multimodality, and tribological process.

 

Laboratory for Structural Transformation Physics

Structural disequilibrium in nanostructured metallic materials and coatings - formation regularities, microstructure and mechanical properties in various conditions of intense external impact and synthesis.

 

High-Energy and Special Materials Research Laboratory

Development of innovative high-energy and special material synthesis, research of their properties and practical application.

 

Laboratory for Physico-Chemical Analysis

Development of methods of identification and quantitative analysis of organic compounds.

 

Siberian Physical-Technical Institute, TSU

Chemistry and Technology of Organic Compounds; Nuclear Fuel Cycle Technology; Plasma and Membrane Technology; Physicochemical properties and Technology of Nanosystems and Materials; Modeling and Automation of Chemical Processes.

 

Engineering Center of Chemical Technology

  • Research and experiments for chemical synthesis scale technology
  • Mathematical, economic and financial modeling
  • Development of production technology, module and equipment design engineering
  • Equipment installation, start-up and adjustment, test output
  • Product testing, approbation, and certification
  • Test output with following customer maintenance
  • Sales of technology/ small quantity commercial output

 

Tomsk Regional Common Use Center (TRCUC)

Modern research center complying with international standards, established for corporate science, innovation, and education projects.

Units

Experts

Prof. Igor A. Abrikosov

Doctor of Physics and Mathematics

Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (IFM) / Theoretical Physics (TEOFY)

Linköping University, Sweden

First-principles theory; Multicomponent alloys; Phase stability; High pressure; Computer modeling

Prof. Yu-Wen Chen

PhD

Nanocatalysis Research Center

National Central University, Taiwan

Mesoporous materials; heterogeneous catalysis; material characterization; catalyst synthesis; catalyst characterization

Prof. Francisco Cadete Santos Aires

PhD

Integrated Thermodynamical, Reactional and Analytical Approaches (ATARI)

Institute of Researches on Catalysis and Environment, Lyon, France

Materials chemistry; physical chemistry; catalysis; green chemistry; nanomaterials; carbon nanotubes

Prof. Dmitry G. Eskin

PhD

Brunel Centre for Advanced Solidification Technology

Brunel University, London, UK

Materials engineering; composites; nanocomposites; materials processing; metallurgical engineering; metallurgy

Jasminka Starcevic

Dr.

Department of Mechanics

Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Mechanical engineering; industrial engineering; engineering, applied and computational mathematics; mechatronics; mechanical properties; mechanical behavior of materials

Associated Master’s programmes

Computational Mechanics and Computer Engineering

Theoretical, computer and experimental research of scientific and technical issues, problem solving for applied mechanics; application of information technology, innovative systems of computer mathematics, finite element analysis and computer fluid dynamics technology, science-based computer technology; research of contact mechanics issues; strategic and innovative management.

 

Chemistry of Solids (Solid-state Chemistry)

Study for natural chemical processes research in laboratory conditions: identification and control of common regularities.

 

Physical Chemistry

Research of thermodynamic, structural, and electronic properties of heterogeneous system surfaces; actual approach to research of physico-chemical properties of heterogeneous system surfaces and processes following on adsorbent and catalyst surfaces with reliance on physico-chemical and kinetic research methods.

 

Inorganic Chemistry

Research in chemical engineering and materials science aimed to develop special innovative materials using rare/rare earth elements.  Chemical and computer design of new-generation materials based on complex compounds, dispersed, thin-film and nanostructured materials.

 

Condensed Matter Physics

Condensed matter physics processes; operational activity under current conditions using modern experimental equipment.

 

Theoretical and experimental basis for design technology development of innovative high-energy materials and equipment

Area of expertise in research and modeling of new physical phenomena proceeding in high-energy substances; development, engineering, and implementation of innovative technology, multipurpose materials and equipment for knowledge-intensive (high-tech) industries of applied and technical physics.

 

Macrokinetics of high-energy materials combustion

Master degree embraces knowledge in explosive conversion and combustion of high-energy materials; analysis and prognosis of chemical process modes and parameters in reactive systems; operational activity in the area of ignition and combustion macrokinetics, heat and mass transfer, and hydro/aerodynamics of high-energy equipment and processes.

Contacts

634050, Russia,
Tomsk, Lenina av. 36

E-mail: kurzina99@mail.ru

Russia, TomskUni project, 2016