Development and application of quantum mechanical methods for studying the structure, physical and chemical characteristics of magnetic resonance parameters (NMR and EPR) and the potential energy surfaces of complex molecular systems. Development and application of molecular dynamics and computer modeling to determine the structure of molecular clusters in solution and supramolecular systems.
Development and application of methods for obtaining systems with desired physical properties (an ion-beam modification of surface properties of solids, electrochemical methods of producing nanoparticles, methods for producing carbon nanotubes to obtain nanocomposite materials for optoelectronics).
Study materials promising for quantum information science, molecular electronics, quantum electronics and optoelectronics by EPR spectroscopy, NMR spectroscopy, scanning probe microscopy, pulsed time-resolved laser spectroscopy and luminescence analysis.
A study of spin-dependent elementary photo-induced molecular processes, nonequilibrium polarization of nuclear and electron spins in the course of such processes. NMR and EPR spectroscopy of such systems.
The study of nanoscale systems using scanning probe microscopy and electron microscopy. Application of EPR in nanometrology.
Computer modeling of the dynamics of quantum spin systems.
Magnetic resonance imaging: the creation of scanners, the development of the methodology.
Research at the department are carried out using equipment at The Kazan Zavoyskii Physicsl-Technical Institute (KFTI KSC RAS):
Time-resolved EPR spectrometer based company Bruker EPR steady at 3 cm with a time resolution of 50-100 ns, coupled with a pulsed laser;
Stationary EPR spectrometer from Varian at the 3 cm and 8 mm;
EPR spectrometer ELEXSYS E-580 (X-W- and ranges), the company Bruker (2005, 2013).;
femtosecond laser spectrometer with tunable pulse width of -70 fs;
apparatus for luminescence analysis apparatus for X-ray analysis;
ion accelerator "Vesuvius";
atomic force microscopy;
Pulsed NMR spectrometers company Bruker: HX-90 and CXP-100 (HX-90 spectrometer equipped with lamp-pumped optical);
at the department created and operates a small computer room.