Key points activities of the Physical-Technical Institute named after S.U. Umarov of National Academy of Sciences of Tajikistan for 2020 year




   Physical-Technical Institute named after S.U. Umarov of the National Academy of Sciences of Tajikistan (hereinafter referred to as the Institute) was created (opened) in 1964 with the aim of the comprehensive development of physical and technical research in the country, solving fundamental scientific and practical problems, developing and implementing new technologies, training of scientific personnel in the field of physical, mathematical and engineering sciences.

   Since its foundation, the Institute has specialized in nuclear physics research methods, cosmic rays and high-energy physics, semiconductor physics, low-temperature condensation physics, spectroscopy, nonlinear coherent optics (quantum electronics), physical acoustics, physical processes in the atmosphere, computer modeling of physical processes and innovative materials, renewable energy, crystal structure study, etc.

In 2020, research work in the laboratories of the Institute was carried out in the following areas:

Nanotechnological processing of cellular structures based on InP and InGaPAs semiconductors and investigation of the radiation level.

Air pollution: optical thickness of atmospheric aerosol in ultraviolet, visible and infrared spectra; steam parameters of Angstrem water.

Development of materials, structures and systems for the integrated use of renewable energy sources.

Features of the transfer, deposition and accumulation of technogenic radionuclides in the environment of the highlands of Tajikistan.

Study of the influence of anthropogenic factors on the spectroscopic characteristics\features of medicinal plants.

In addition to scientific research, the Institute is preparing scientific specialists in doctorate-level studies (PhD) in the direction 6D060400, consisting of 23 specialties in the field of physics, as well as organizing the work on training of masters in the following specialties:

Solid State Physics;


Theoretical physics.

Theoretical and practical activities are also included in the curriculum of the Small Academy of Sciences, where students of secondary schools are devoted members of the "Physics" section of the Small Academy of Sciences.

All directions of the Institute's activities can be explained in detail, but in order to get a general idea of the process of activities, we will just summarize the results and achievements of the Institute.

Institute activities in 2020:




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