RIC
Regional Information Centre
for Scientific and Technological Cooperation with EU
 

Scientific Organisation Questionnaire

Voronezh State University 
The type of the organization  
Country RU 
Region Voronezh region 
City Voronezh 
Coordinator Central Black Soil Regional Information Point for Scientific and Technological Cooperation with EU,  Head of CBS RIP,  Zornikov Igor N.
Address RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh CBS RIP, 478а, VSU, 1 Universitetskaya pl.
Telephone +7 4732 207526 
Fax +7 4732 207526 
Email
web-page http://www.ric.vsu.ru
Brief Description
Offers of high school on participation in joint researches with the European universities within the limits of thematic priorities of the Seventh frame program of scientifically-technological development of EU
Cooperation Health Translating research for human health
Research of the oxidative status and oxidative metabolism enzymes activity in mammals tissues at pathologies, connected with oxidative stress, and protectors action
The brief description of the project  The activity is directed on the decision of a fundamental problem of biochemistry connected to research of functioning of antioxidant system (АОS) and oxidative metabolism enzymes, capable to limit free-radical oxidation (FRО), at pathologies, connected with oxidative stress (experimental models of liver toxic defeat, myocardium and brain ischemia, hyperthyroidism at rats), and also at action of substances-protectors (thioctic acid, citrate, melatonin and several synthetic substances, received at Voronezh State University Chemical Faculty). Estimation of free-radical processes intensity in analysed tissues is realised by biochemiluminescence method, giving the integral characteristic of a FRO level, definition of the contents of lipid peroxidation primary products – diene conjugates, and DNA fragmentation as index of apoptosis development degree. Activity of AOS enzymes (superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione reductase and glutathione peroxidase) and level of some antioxidants (alfa -tocopherol, citrate, glutathione) in liver, myocardium, brain and blood serum at pathologies and protectors action are investigated. The research of aconitase (АH), succinate dehydrogenase (SDH), citrate synthase (CS), NAD- and NADP-isocitrate dehydrogenases (NAD-IDH and NADP-IDH), NAD- and NADP-malate dehydrogenases (NAD-MDH and NADP-MDH), glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PDH) and 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase (6PGDH) functioning with application of purified enzyme preparations is also spent. The research of these enzymes expression and repression regulation is planed. The investigation of biochemical bases of reactive oxygen species formation regulation with the help of substances-protectors promotes clarification of molecular mechanisms of FRO intensity increase, which is a universal non-specific link in various diseases pathogenesis, prevention.
Expected results  Estimation of FRO intensity in rats liver, heart, brain and blood serum at an experimental toxic hepatitis, myocardium infarction, brain ischemia and hyperthyroidism and also at introduction of substances-protectors; Definition of AOS components activity at pathological conditions and at introduction of protectors (melatonin, thioctic acid, citrate, several synthetic substances); Definition of activity of some central metabolic pathways enzymes (CS, АH, NAD- and NADP-IDH, SDH, NAD- and NADP-MDH, G6PDH, 6PGDH) in conditions of a pathology and at action of substances-protectors, and research of these enzymes properties with purified enzyme preparations use; Study of peculiarities of oxidative metabolism enzymes expression and clarification of their induction and repression possibility at oxidative stress development and protectors action
Keywords  Free-radical oxidation Antioxidant defense Oxidative metabolism enzymes Rats Toxic hepatitis Myocardium infarction Brain ischemia Hyperthyroidism Substances-protectors
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  06.08.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Popova Tatyana N.
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Biology and Soil Science Faculty, Chair of Analytical and Medical Biochemistry
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732–208278
Telefax  +7-4732–208755
The countries of partners under the project  United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Portugal, France, Sweden
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
FP7-HEALTH-2009-single-stage: HEALTH-2009-2.3.2-1, HEALTH-2009-2.3.3-1 HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, Integration of European efforts in research on malaria
The brief description of the project  Division of Zoology and Parasitology is a part of the Department of Biology and Soil Sciences of Voronezh State University. Scientific research of the Division focuses on: study of diseases with natural nidulity, vectors of infections and invasions as well as vertebrate hosts of infections; study of morphological, physiological and biochemical adaptations of some animals to parasitism. Research of species variety of Anopheles mosquito, and their numbers and ability in the Region (Voronezh Oblast’). Investigation and evaluation of aquatic reservoirs suitable for larval and pupal development of Anopheles’ species in Voronezh and its vicinities; monitoring of Anopheles’ species and evaluation of malaria risk for human population under different climatic fluctuations in the Region; participation in scientific events of the topic.
Expected results  -
Keywords  vector malaria dynamics risk Voronezh
Published works  -
Date of last change of the project  24.12.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Gaponov Sergey P.
Position in Organization  Head of Chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Chair of Zoology and Parasitology
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh 1, Universitetskaya pl.
WWW address (URL)   www.bio.vsu.ru/zoop/
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208884
Telefax  -
The countries of partners under the project  All
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Other actions across the Health Theme
Research of the oxidative status and oxidative metabolism enzymes activity in mammals tissues at pathologies, connected with oxidative stress, and protectors action
The brief description of the project  The activity is directed on the decision of a fundamental problem of biochemistry connected to research of functioning of antioxidant system (АОS) and oxidative metabolism enzymes, capable to limit free-radical oxidation (FRО), at pathologies, connected with oxidative stress (experimental models of liver toxic defeat, myocardium and brain ischemia, hyperthyroidism at rats), and also at action of substances-protectors (thioctic acid, citrate, melatonin and several synthetic substances, received at Voronezh State University Chemical Faculty). Estimation of free-radical processes intensity in analysed tissues is realised by biochemiluminescence method, giving the integral characteristic of a FRO level, definition of the contents of lipid peroxidation primary products – diene conjugates, and DNA fragmentation as index of apoptosis development degree. Activity of AOS enzymes (superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione reductase and glutathione peroxidase) and level of some antioxidants (alfa -tocopherol, citrate, glutathione) in liver, myocardium, brain and blood serum at pathologies and protectors action are investigated. The research of aconitase (АH), succinate dehydrogenase (SDH), citrate synthase (CS), NAD- and NADP-isocitrate dehydrogenases (NAD-IDH and NADP-IDH), NAD- and NADP-malate dehydrogenases (NAD-MDH and NADP-MDH), glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PDH) and 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase (6PGDH) functioning with application of purified enzyme preparations is also spent. The research of these enzymes expression and repression regulation is planed. The investigation of biochemical bases of reactive oxygen species formation regulation with the help of substances-protectors promotes clarification of molecular mechanisms of FRO intensity increase, which is a universal non-specific link in various diseases pathogenesis, prevention.
Expected results  Estimation of FRO intensity in rats liver, heart, brain and blood serum at an experimental toxic hepatitis, myocardium infarction, brain ischemia and hyperthyroidism and also at introduction of substances-protectors; Definition of AOS components activity at pathological conditions and at introduction of protectors (melatonin, thioctic acid, citrate, several synthetic substances); Definition of activity of some central metabolic pathways enzymes (CS, АH, NAD- and NADP-IDH, SDH, NAD- and NADP-MDH, G6PDH, 6PGDH) in conditions of a pathology and at action of substances-protectors, and research of these enzymes properties with purified enzyme preparations use; Study of peculiarities of oxidative metabolism enzymes expression and clarification of their induction and repression possibility at oxidative stress development and protectors action
Keywords  Free-radical oxidation Antioxidant defense Oxidative metabolism enzymes Rats Toxic hepatitis Myocardium infarction Brain ischemia Hyperthyroidism Substances-protectors
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  06.08.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Popova Tatyana N.
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Biology and Soil Science Faculty, Chair of Analytical and Medical Biochemistry
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732–208278
Telefax  +7-4732–208755
The countries of partners under the project  United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Portugal, France, Sweden
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Optimising the delivery of health care to European citizens
HEALTH-2007-2.4.2-7 Area: Research of structural and functional state of DNA and antioxidant status in mammals myocardium at action of substances – potential precursors of medical products - under pathologies, associated with oxidative stress
The brief description of the project  The activity is directed on the decision of problems of biochemistry, medicine and pharmacology, connected to investigation of the biochemical bases of reactive oxygen species formation regulation with the help of substances-protectors and development of cardiovascular system various pathologies early diagnostics methods, search and introduction to a clinical practice of new highly effective medical products of various purpose. Research of structural and functional state of DNA and functioning of antioxidant system (АОS) and oxidative metabolism enzymes, capable to limit free-radical oxidation (FRО), in animals heart at pathologies, connected with oxidative stress (experimental models of myocardium ischemia, hyperthyroidism, apoptosis induction by tumor necrosis factor alfa at rats), and also at action of substances-protectors (thioctic acid, citrate, melatonin and several synthetic substances, received at Chemical Faculty of Voronezh State University) is carried out. As an index of apoptosis development degree the method of estimation of DNA, extracted from analysed samples, fragmentation is used. Estimation of free-radical processes intensity is realised by biochemiluminescence method and definition of the contents of lipid peroxidation primary products. Activity of AOS enzymes (superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione reductase and glutathione peroxidase) and level of some antioxidants (-tocopherol, citrate, glutathione) in myocardium and blood serum at pathologies and protectors action are investigated. The research of aconitase (АH), NAD- and NADP-isocitrate dehydrogenases (NAD-IDH and NADP-IDH), NAD- and NADP-malate dehydrogenases (NAD-MDH and NADP-MDH) functioning with application of purified enzyme preparations is also spent. The research of these enzymes expression regulation in tissues of animals of experimental groups has been begun
Expected results  Research of extracted from heart of animals DNA fragmentation degree at pathology and action of substances - potential precursors of medical products; Estimation of FRO intensity in rats heart and blood serum at myocardium ischemia, hyperthyroidism, apoptosis induction by tumor necrosis factor alfa and also at introduction of substances-protectors; Definition of AOS components activity at pathological conditions and at introduction of protectors (melatonin, thioctic acid, citrate, several synthetic substances); Definition of activity of some central metabolic pathways enzymes (АH, NAD- and NADP-IDH, NAD- and NADP-MDH) in conditions of a pathology and at action of substances-protectors, and research of these enzymes properties with purified enzyme preparations use; Study of peculiarities of oxidative metabolism enzymes expression and clarification of their induction and repression possibility at oxidative stress development and protectors action
Keywords  Free-radical oxidation Structural and functional state of DNA Antioxidant defense Oxidative metabolism enzymes Rats Myocardium ischemia Hyperthyroidism Tumor necrosis factor Substances-protectors
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  10.10.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Popova Tatyana N.
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Biology and Soil Science Faculty, Chair of Analytical and Medical Biochemistry
Address  RU, Voronezh, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208278
Telefax  +7-4732–208755
The countries of partners under the project  Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Finland, Czech republic, Switzerland, Sweden
Types of the project
  • Small or medium-scale focused research project) (STREP)
 
Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology Fork to farm: Food (including seafood), health and well being
Elaboration of low-temperature methods for processing, refining and separation of the components in raw and waste materials of the foodstuff production with the use of completely new and ecological thermoelectric devices operating on the basis of Peltier and Zeebeck effect
The brief description of the project  New devices have been elaborated which allow to perform oriented crystallization and melting of ice in aqueous systems containing the components of the foodstuff products. Crystallization is performed from the surface of cold fingers introduced into the bulk of aqueous system. In order to control the temperature of the cold fingers high-performance semiconductor thermoelectric converters were designed which akllow to set and check quite strictly the temperature in a wide range drom + 100 to – 30 C. As a result of multiple crystallization and melting a high efficiency of components separation is attained that makes it possible to purify, concentrate and extract them from original solutions in extremely clean ecological conditions. With the application of this technique power consumption is reduced while high-quality products can be obtained. The proposed technique was tested in the laboratory environment. The ability of separation and refining was demonstrated for such substances as sucrose, amino acisa – glycine, lysine, phenylalanine, tyrosine and so on.
Expected results  The proposed method allow to perform ecologically clean processing of raw and waste materials of the foodstuff production and to extract biologically active components from the waste products.
Keywords  aqueous solutions crystallization fractional melting Peltier effect Zeebeck effect thermoelectric converters separation refining freeze-out foodstuff products
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  07.06.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Jatsenko Oleg B.
Position in Organization  Prof.
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Chair of inorganic chemistry
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208356
Telefax  +7-4732-208755
The countries of partners under the project  United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, France
Types of the project
  • Small or medium-scale focused research project) (STREP)
  • Network of excellence (NoE)
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Life Sciences, biotechnology and biochemistry for sustainable non-food products and processes
FP7-KBBE-2008-2B KBBE-2008-3-2-01 Area: Development of the heterogeneous biocatalyst for fructose production on the bases of vegetative inulin containing material
The brief description of the project  It is realized immobilization of enzyme inulinase on different supports. Using the methods of gel-chromatography, electrophoresis, infrared spectroscopy, atomic force microscopy and computer modeling it is established the spatial structure of inulinase. It is investigated physicochemical properties and kinetic-thermodynamic aspects for hydrolytical reaction of fructose containing polymer substrates.
Expected results  It is planed to forget structure-functional inulinase models and creating on this bases heterogeneous biocatalysists in tubular reactor systems for fructose production from vegetative material.
Keywords  Inulinase Inuline Fructose Heterogeneous biocatalysists Immobilization
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  26.02.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Kovaleva Tamara A.
Position in Organization  professor
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Chair of Biophysics and Biotechnology
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208586; 208578
Telefax  +7-4732-208308
The countries of partners under the project  EU countries
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Sustainable production and management of biological resources from land, forest and aquatic environments
Understanding and control of pests, parasites and infections of animals; zoonotics
The brief description of the project  Study of diseases with natural nidulity (zoonotics) in the Region, include circulation of infections and invasions among wild and domestic animals and among vectors (blood-sucking arthropods). Study of parasitic systems, especially the systems where a man is involved. Study zoonotic diseases in the Region as a risk for man’s health. Study of synanthropic animals and their role in circulation of infections. Development of a system of control and stability of urban ecosystems. Publications on the topic (other references): Gaponov S.P. et al. Number of the small mammals in Voronezh Oblast in 2002-2005 and their epidemiological importance // Voronezh, 2005. № 17. P. 88-102. Gaponov S.P. et al. Tularemia in Voronezh Oblast // Voronezh, 2004. № 17. PС. 88-102. № 18. P. 104-108. Gaponov S.P. et al.. Epizootic situation of rabie in Voronezh Oblast on the bandary of XX and XXI centuries – Moscow, 2006. - № 5 (158). – P. 11-15. Budaeva I.A., Khitzova L.N. Life-cycles of the main black-flies species (Diptera, Simuliidae) of the Middle Podonie // Medical Parasitology. 2007. P. 36-39. Trufanova E.I., Khitzova L.N. Bioecology of Calliphoridae (Diptera) of the Middle Podonie. Voronezh, 2001. – 171 p. Gaponov S.P. et al. Clinic and laboratory characteristics of hemorrhage fever with renal syndrome in Voronezh Region in 2006-2007 years // Medical Virology. – V. 24. – P. 309-312. Gaponov S.P. et al. Outbreak of hemorrhage fever with renal syndrome in Voronezh Region in winter of 2006-2007 years // Medical Virology. – V. 24. – P. 145-156.
Expected results  -
Keywords  Urban ecosystems Zoonotics Parasitic systems Vertebrate hosts Vectors
Published works  
Gaponov S.P. et al. Number of the small mammals in Voronezh Oblast in 2002-2005 and their epidemiological importance // Voronezh, 2005. № 17. P. 88-102.
Gaponov S.P. et al. Tularemia in Voronezh Oblast // Voronezh, 2004. № 17. PС. 88-102. № 18. P. 104-108. Gaponov S.P. et al.. Epizootic situation of rabie in Voronezh Oblast on the bandary of XX and XXI centuries – Moscow, 2006. - № 5 (158). – P. 11-15.
Budaeva I.A., Khitzova L.N. Life-cycles of the main black-flies species (Diptera, Simuliidae) of the Middle Podonie // Medical Parasitology. 2007. P. 36-39.
Trufanova E.I., Khitzova L.N. Bioecology of Calliphoridae (Diptera) of the Middle Podonie. Voronezh, 2001. – 171 p.
Gaponov S.P. et al. Clinic and laboratory characteristics of hemorrhage fever with renal syndrome in Voronezh Region in 2006-2007 years // Medical Virology. – V. 24. – P. 309-312.
Gaponov S.P. et al. Outbreak of hemorrhage fever with renal syndrome in Voronezh Region in winter of 2006-2007 years // Medical Virology. – V. 24. – P. 145-156.
Date of last change of the project  03.07.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Gaponov Sergey P.
Position in Organization  Head of Chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Chair of Zoology and Parasitology
Address  RU, Voronezh, 394006 Voronezh 1, Universitetskaya pl.
WWW address (URL)   http://www.bio.vsu.ru/zoop/
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208884
Telefax  -
The countries of partners under the project  All
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Increased sustainability of all production systems (agriculture, forestry, fisheries and aquaculture); plant health and crop protection
The brief description of the project  
By the announced themes the collective of executers can reveal cytogenesis reactions of forest woody plants (common pine (Pinus sylvestris L.), European birch (Betula pendula Roth), English oak (Quercus robur L.) and poplar species (Populus sp.)) on anthropogenic pollutation in the regions of Central Russia with different level of industrial and economic pressing, including the territories with radioactive pollution after Chernobyl accident, by use of the methods of light microscopy for cytological investigations.

For the first time there will be determined daily rhythms of mitotic activity, duration of the passage of some mitosis stages by cells, frequency of mitosis disturbance, nucleolar characteristics (sizes of single pair nucleoli, types of nucleoli, frequency of persistant nucleoli on the metaphase – telophase stage of mitosis), spectrum of mitosis disturbances in seed progenies of English oak, European birch and common pine, growing in ecologically “clean” region.

There will be estimated the limits of variation of cytogenetic indices (of mitotic activity, nucleolar characteristics, level and spectrum of mitosis pathologies) in non-stress conditions for the above-named species of woody plants.

By use of our sense scale for the criteria of cytogenetic monitoring there will be carried out evaluation of stability of cytogenetic system in seed germs of woody plants which are important forest forming species of Central Chernozem Region.

On the basis of research results there will be revealed tendencies in the change of cytogenetic indices in stress conditions, the most sensitive and resistant to anthropogenic pollution characteristics, possible cytogenetic mechanisms of adaptation for European birch, English oak and grey poplars, common pine to anthropogenic pollution on cell and subcellular level.

Cytogenetic diversity of seed progeny of woody plants in Central Russia including ecologically “clean” and polluted territories and tendencies of its change in the conditions of anthropogenic load will be established.

Integral effects of pollutant influence on cytogenetic indices in seed progeny of investigated species of woody plants and the most sensitive to anthropogenic pollution cytogenetic indices will be determined.

It is suggested to work out some criteria for resistance evaluation of cytogenetic apparatus of forest wood plants seed progeny to anthropogenic pollution for tree selection with the purpose pf their further microclonal propagation to create productive and resistant shelter forests.

Working out of criteria for selection of mother trees producing faintly mutable progeny, resistant to pollution for the further forest regeneration on polluted territories, is possible.

It is planned to make a method for evaluation of environmental pollution by cytogenetic indices of forest woody plant seed progeny.

A formula for estimation of environmental gene toxicity for a man by cytogenetic indices of woody plants will be received.

It is planned to work out effective methods for reproduction and conservation ex situ on the basis of bioengineering methods of selected resistant genotypes of hardwoods.

There were made technological regulations for effective microclonal propagation and production of valuable (productive and resistant) genotypes of triploid white and grey poplars (receiving of aseptic viable cultures, microshoots induction, their effective rooting and multiplication, adaptation and growing of tube plants in the condition of sheltered ground).
Expected results  -
Keywords  genetics of wood plants cytogenetics of wood plants biotechnology of wood plants ecology selection of wood plants
Published works  
  • Artyukhov V.G., Kalaev V.N. Cytogenetic indices of English oak (Quercus robur L.) seminal progeny subject to radioactive radiation in the Chernobyl nuclear disaster and growing on territories with different levels of anthropogenic contamina-tion // 20 Years after Chernobyl Accident: past, present and future: Editors E.B. Burlakova, V.I. Naidich. – New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2006. – P. 247 – 264.
  • Fedorova A.I., Kalaev V.N., Prosvirina Yu.G., Goryainova S.A. Mutagenic activity of heavy metals in soil wayside slopes // Eurasian Soil Science. – 2007. – V. 40, № 8. – P. 893 – 899.
  • Kalaev V.N., Butorina A.K. Cytogenetic effect of oak (Quercus robur L.) trees growing on sites contaminated by Cherno-byl fallout // Silvae Genetica. – 2006. - V. 55, issue 3. – P. 93 – 101.
  • Karpova S.S., Kalaev V.N., Artyukhov V.G., Trofimova V.A., Ostashkova L.G., Savko A.D. The use of nucleolar morphological characteristics of birch seedlings for the assessment of environmental pollution // Biology Bulletin. – 2006. - V. 33, № 1. - P. 73–80.
  • Kalaev V.N., Karpova S.S. The influence of air pollution on cytogenetic characteristics of birch seed progeny // Forest Genetics. – 2003. - V.10, №1. – P. 11 – 18.
  • Butorina A.K., Kalaev V.N., Karpova S.S. Cytogenetic damage of human somatic cells and weeping birch cells in Voronezh districts with different levels of anthropogenic pollution // Russian Journal of Ecology. – 2002. – V. 33, № 6. – P. 413 – 416.
  • Butorina A.K., Kalaev V.N., Mironov A.N., Smorodinova V. A., Mazurova I. E., Doroshev S. A., Sen’kevich E. V. Cytogenetic Variation in Populations of Scotch Pine // Russian Journal of Ecology. – 2001. - V. 32, №. 3. - P. 198–202.
  • Butorina A.K., Kalaev V.N., Najdenova O.S., Myagkova O.E., Vostricova T.V., Mitroshina O., Dirdina O.V., Polyakova N.A. Relationship between cytogenetic anomalies in forest trees subjected to radioactive contamination and industrial pollution with inherent defects in human infants in Central Russia // Cytogenetic Studies of Forest Trees and Shrubs – Review , Present Status , and Outlook on the Future (special issue of the Forest Genetics). - Zvolen, 2000. P. 35 - 41.
  • Butorina A.K., Kalaev V.N. Analysis of Sensitivity of Different Criteria in Cytogenetic Monitoring // Russian Journal of Ecology. – 2000. – V. 31, № 3. – P. 186 – 189.
  • Butorina A. K., Kalaev V.N. Diversity of Cytological Characteristics in Oak Under Normal Conditions // Diversity and Adaptation in Oak Species. Proceedings of a conference of IUFRO Working Party 2.08.05 held Oct. 12-17, 1997, College of Agricultural Sciences, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. – Pennsylvania, 1998. - P. 46-48.

  • Коллектив исполнителей принимает участие в выполнении федеральных, региональных и международных программ:
    1. Гранты фонда «Интеграция» № 70 направление 1.5/2000 (2000 год). Срок действия - 01.01-31.12.2000 и № 79 направление 1.5/2001 (2001 год). Срок действия - 01.01-31.12.2001;
    2. НИОКР Министерства природных ресурсов РФ «Биогеосферные исследования состояния и динамики природной среды в условиях интенсивного воздействия антропогенных факторов на территории Центрально-Черноземного региона»;
    3. НИОКР по государственному контракту с Федеральным агентством по науке и инновациям от 25.06.2007 г. на тему «Цитогенетические реакции древесных растений (на примере лиственных и хвойных) на стрессовые условия, обусловленные антропогенным загрязнением, и оценка генотоксичности окружающей среды для человека по цитогенетическим показателям древесных растений»;
    4. Грант Президента РФ для поддержки молодых российских ученых и ведущих научных школ РФ
    Patents:
    • Mashkina O.S., Burdaeva L.M., Belozerova M.M., V’yunova L.N. Method of inducing diploid pollen in woody plants // USSR Inventor’s Certificate no. 1166746 // Byull. Izobret., 1985, no. 26. (In Russian)
    • Butova G.P., Tabatskaya T.M., Skrobova L.L. Method of clonal micropropagation of Karelian birch. USSR Investor’s Certificate no. 1597386 // Byull. Izobret, 1990, no. 37. (In Russian)
    • Patent 2237914 Russian Federation, IPK G10V9/00. The way of radonic pollution estimation of dwellings and the way of preparation of tests / Kalaev V.N., Vahtel’ V.M., Babenko A.G.: The applicant and holder of patent Voronezh state university. - № 2003107512; declare. 18.03.03, publ. 10.10.04, byull. № 28. - 22 p.
    • Certificate of the Russian Federation on the state registration of the computer program № 2008610141. Forecasting of daily rhythms nucleoli parameters of seed progeny of pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) / Kalaev V.N., Preobrazhenskij A.P. - Application № 2007614326. - Registration of 9.01.2008.
    • Certificate of the Russian Federation on the state registration of the computer program № 2008610142. Forecasting of daily rhythms cytogenetic parameters of seed progeny of pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) / Kalaev V.N., Preobrazhenskij A.P. - Application № 2007614327. - Registration of 9.01.2008.
Date of last change of the project  04.07.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Artyukhov Valery Gr.
Position in Organization  Dean of the faculty of biology and soil-science
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Department of biology and soil-science, Chair of biophysics and biotechnology, Chair of genetic, cytology and bioengineering
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh 1, Universitetskaya pl.
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208891
Telefax  -
The countries of partners under the project  All
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Area 2.1.1: Enabling research.
The brief description of the project  Our team can bring contribution on the decision of biochemistry fundamental problem connected to research of functioning of antioxidant system (АОS) and oxidative metabolism enzymes, capable to limit free-radical oxidation (FRО), at pathologies, connected with oxidative stress (experimental models of liver toxic defeat, myocardium and brain ischemia, hyperthyroidism at rats), and also at action of substances-protectors (thioctic acid, citrate, melatonin and several synthetic substances, received at Voronezh State University Chemical Faculty).
Estimation of free-radical processes intensity in analysed tissues is realised by biochemiluminescence method, giving the integral characteristic of a FRO level, definition of the contents of lipid peroxidation primary products – diene conjugates, and DNA fragmentation as index of apoptosis development degree. Activity of AOS enzymes (superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione reductase and glutathione peroxidase) and level of some antioxidants (-tocopherol, citrate, glutathione) in liver, myocardium, brain and blood serum at pathologies and protectors action are investigated.
The research of aconitase, citrate synthase, NAD- and NADP-isocitrate dehydrogenases, NAD- and NADP-malate dehydrogenases, glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase and 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase functioning with application of purified enzyme preparations is also spent.
The research of these enzymes expression regulation is realized.
The reception of the information about properties of the enzymes capable to participate in a FRО intensity regulation in an organism by interaction, will allow to come nearer to comprehension of new aspects of antioxidant system enzymatic and not enzymatic components activity linking and regulation in mammals functionally various tissues at pathologies connected with oxidative stress development, and action of substances - protectors.
The investigation of biochemical bases of reactive oxygen species formation regulation with the help of substances-protectors promotes clarification of molecular mechanisms of FRO intensity increase, which is a universal non-specific link in various diseases pathogenesis, prevention.
Expected results  -
Keywords  Free-radical oxidation Antioxidant defense Oxidative metabolism enzymes Pathologies Substances-protectors
Published works  
  1. 1. T.N. Popova, T.I. Rakchmanova, K.-J. Appenroth. Cytosolic and chloroplastic NADP-dependent isocitrate dehydrogenase in Spirodela polyrhiza. Regulation of activity by metabolites in vitro // J. Plant Physiology. - 2002. - V.159. - P. 231-237.
  2. T.I. Rakhmanova, T.N. Popova. Regulation of 2 Oxoglutarate Metabolism in Rat Liver by NADP Isocitrate Dehydrogenase and Aspartate Aminotransferase // Biochemistry (Moscow). – 2006. -Vol.71, No.2. - P. 211 217.
  3. A.N. Pashkov, S.S. Popov, A.V. Semenikhina, T.I. Rakhmanova. Glutathione system state and activity of some NADPH-producing enzymes in rats liver under melatonin action at norm and toxic hepatitis // Bull. Exp. Biol. Med. (Moscow). – 2005. – V. 139, No. 5. – P. 520-524. 4. A.N. Pashkov, S.S. Popov, A.V. Semenikhina, T.I. Rakhmanova. Oxidative status of rat serum blood at toxic damage of liver and melatonin action // J. Theoret. and Pract. Med. (Moscow). – 2006. – V. 4, No. 1. – P. 93-96.
  4. E.M. Andreescheva, T.N. Popova, V.G. Artyukhov, T.I. Rakhmanova, L.V. Matasova. The intensity of free radical oxidation and catalytic properties of rat liver NADP-isocitrate dehydrogenase in the norm and toxic hepatitis // Biomed. Chemistry (Moscow). – 2006. – V. 52, No. 2. – P. 153-160.
  5. M.M. Sviridov, A.V. Semenikhina, T.N. Popova. Catalytic properties of rat liver 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase in the norm and toxic hepatitis // Biomed. Chemistry (Moscow). – 2006. – V. 52, No. 5. – P. 479-488.
  6. O.A. Safonova, T.N. Popova, V.G. Artyukhov, L.V. Matasova. Cytoplasmic NAD-malate dehydrogenase functioning peculiarities in rat myocardium at ischemia conditions // Bull. Exp. Biol. and Med. (Moscow). – 2005. - V. 140, No. 7. – P. 31-34.
  7. O.A. Safonova, T.N. Popova, V.G. Artyukhov, L.V. Matasova. Free radical oxidation intensity and regulation of NADP-dependent malate dehydrogenase activity in rat cardiomyocytes in norm and under ischemia // Biomed. Chemistry (Moscow). – 2005. – V. 51, No. 3. – P. 311-321.
  8. O.A. Safonova, T.N. Popova, V.G. Artyukhov, L.V. Matasova. Oxidative status and functioning of NAD-dependent malate dehydrogenase in mitochondria of rat cardiomyocytes in norm and under ischemia // Voprosi Biol., Med. and Pharm. Chemistry (Moscow). – 2005. – No. 1. – P. 50-53.
  9. L.V. Matasova, A.V. Semenikhina, T.N. Popova. The influence of ascorbate and iron joint reception on free radical processes intensity in stomach and intestines tissues of rats // Voprosi Biol., Med. and Pharm. Chemistry (Moscow). – 2005. – No. 2. – P. 9-13.
  10. A.N. Pashkov, S.S. Popov, A.V. Semenikhina, L.V. Matasova, T.N. Popova. Melatonin influence on oxidative status, citrate content and aconitate hydratase activity in rat liver under toxic hepatitis // Probl. of Endocrinol. (Moscow). – 2005. – V. 51, No. 6. – P. 41-43.
  11. T. Popova, M.A.A. Pinheiro de Carvalho, L. Matasova, L. Medvedeva. Regulation of mitochondrial NADP-isocitrate dehydrogenase in rat heart during ischemia / Mol. and Cell. Biochem. - 2007. – Vol. 294. – P. 97-105. – DOI: 10.1007/s11010-006-9249-9. Article on-line: 2006. (http://www.springerlink.com/(xdfdun55stfvfcfd2zikvxyk)/app/home/contribution.asp).
Date of last change of the project  08.07.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Popova Tatyana N.
Position in Organization  Head of Chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Department of biology and soil-science, Chair of Medical Biochemistry and Microbiology
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh 1, Universitetskaya pl.
WWW address (URL)  
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208278
Telefax  +7-4732-208755
The countries of partners under the project  All
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
The increase of stability of all systems of production( agriculture, forestry, fish economy, plant health and protection of cerals. Research in the field of sustaining native ecosystems
The brief description of the project  As a result of the research work done a database of the plant cover condition and dynamics of the native ecosystems in the Middle Don basin (the forest- steppe zone of Eastern Europe) being under intensive affect of anthropogenic factors will be created.
The database will be based on
a) collection of the stock material of the plant cover of native ecosystems,
b) analysis of their present state and use on the key sites.
On the basis of the retrospective analysis and processing of the new data there will be established cause-effect relations between the fundamental factors of influence, and state of the plant cover of the native ecosystems.
There will be assessed the prognosis of the plant cover development, worked out measures to protect and use rationally the phyto – environment of the natural landscape complexes of the region.
It seems possible to make a complex, multi-level division into districts of the territory for monitoring the condition of the environment and optimizing the regional landscapes.
Expected results  -
Keywords  flora Eco-floristic complexes Protection and rational use of the plant cover Ecological network, specially protected natural territories/ sites Anthropogenic transformation of the plant cover
Published works  
  1. Agafonov V. A.About some new and rare species of plants of the Central Black – Soil region// Botanical Journal – 2002, V. 87, No. 9. – p.120-124.
  2. Adventive flora of the Voronezh Region: hystorical, biogeographical and ecological aspects: Monograph/ Grigorievskaya A. Y., Starodubtseva H. A., Khlizova N. Y., Agafonov V. A. – Voronezh: VSU Publishing House, 2004. – p.320.
  3. Agafonov V. A.New data on distribution of some species of Poaceae in the forest-steppe part of the Don basin // Botanical Journal – 2004. – V. 89, No. 1. – p.117-120.
  4. Agafonov V. A. Steppe flora of the Middle Don basin : studying and preserving the natural ecosystems of the forest-steppe zone: Proceedings of the International Research and Practical Conference devoted to the 70-th Anniversary of the Central Black Soil Nature Reserve. (village Zapovednii, Kursk region), May 22-26, 2005, Kursk, 2005. – p.226-229.
  5. Agafonov V. A. Steppe, calciphilous, psammophilous and halophilous eco – floristic complexes of the Middle Don basin: their origin and protection. – Voronezh, VSU, 2006. – p.250.
Date of last change of the project  10.07.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Agafonov Vladimir A.
Position in Organization  Head of Chair
Title  D.Sc.
Department/Unit, Chair  Department of biology and soil-science, Chair of botany and mycology
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh 1, Universitetskaya pl.
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208837
Telefax  -
The countries of partners under the project  All
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
FP7-KBBE-2009-3 (KBBE-2009-1-3-03) Bee health: identification of emerging honey bee pest and diseases and reemergence of pathogens and explaining the intimate mechanisms and the reasons for increased honey bee mortality
The brief description of the project  The penetration of modern European technologies into the Russian agriculture has resulted in growing recognition of the economical importance of bees and bumblebees in pollinating the mainstream crops. However, their usage is still very limited in conditions of greenhouse due to the sub-optimal performance and short longevity of the imported bee and bumblebee colonies and their relatively high price. However, the former problem is likely rooted in the agricultural practices used in Russian greenhouses. The first our proposal for this project is to elucidate the causes for the sub-optimal performance and short economical lifespan of artificially reared bee and bumblebee colonies in the conditions of greenhouses. Specifically, we hypothesize that commonly used domestic pesticides impair the flight performance and decrease the longevity of bumblebees by damaging their mitochondrial metabolism. The first Aim of this proposal is to investigate the impact of the c pesticides on the flight muscle mitochondria and the flight performance and longevity of bees and bumblebees. The second objective of our proposal addresses a unique biochemical problem associated with the extremely high rate of oxygen consumption in the flight muscle of bumblebees. We hypothesize that it should result in the high rate of the production of mitochondrial reactive oxygen species (ROS) and oxidative damage to the flight muscle tissue, unless it possesses a powerful ROS-detoxifying mechanism. The second Aim of this proposal is to elucidate both the mechanism of ROS production and removal in the mitochondria of different bee species flight muscle. We will examine the rate of ROS production the activity of the mitochondrial antioxidant enzymes, the role of ROS removal by gaseous diffusion, and the antioxidant properties of flight muscle extracts. We anticipate that completing this project may yield significant economic benefits and further boost the use of bumblebees in agriculture and greenhouse industry. We also anticipate that elucidating the ROS metabolism in bumblebee’s mitochondria may benefit both the basic and biomedical science by contributing to the development of an efficient therapeutic approach to combat the oxidative stress involved in etiology of a great number of human pathologies.
Expected results  -
Keywords  -
Published works  Popov V.N. , Volvenkin S.V., Eprintcev A.T., Igamberdiev A.U. Presence of Glyoxylate Cycle Enzymes in Liver of Alloxan-Treated Rats // FEBS Letters 1998, V.440. P. 55-58. Popov V.N., Igamberdiev A.U., Schnarrenberger C., Volvenkin S.V. (1996) Induction of the Glyoxylate Cycle Enzymes in Rat Liver upon Food Starvation.- FEBS Letters 390, 287-290. Popov V.N., Simonyan R.A., Skulachev V.P., Starkov A.A. Inhybition of alternative oxydase induses H2O2 production in plant mitochondria // FEBS Letters, 1997 V. 415, N1, P. 87-90. Popov V.N., Purvis A.C., Skulachev V.P, Wagner A.M. Stress-induced changes in ubiquinone concentration and alternative oxidase in plant mitochondria // Bioscience Reports. 2001. V. 21, N 3. P. 369-379. Popov V., Markova O., Mokhova E., Skulachev V.P. Effects of in vivo cold exposure and in vitro uncouplers and recouplers on potato tuber mitochondria // Biochem. Biophys. Acta. 2002 V. 1553, P. 232-237. Popov V.N. Possible role of free oxidation processes in regulation of reactive oxygen species production in plant mitochondria (review) // Biochem. Soc. Transactions. 2003. V. 31, N. 6, P. 1316-1317. Popov V.N., Ruuge E.K., Starkov A.A. Electron transport inhybitors influence on reactive oxygen species production in pea mitochondria // Biochemistry (Moscow), 2003. Т. 68, N 7. P. 910-916. Lopatin A.V.. The sequence of substrate wall cells construction in гнездах Seladonia subaurata (Rossi), (Hymenoptera, Halictidae) // Russian Zoological J.. 2003. V. 82, № 12. P. 1462-1465. Lopatin A.V.. Trgub T.F.. The study of traffic connection of Seladonia subaurata (Rossi) (Hymenoptera, Halictidae) bee using germ from nests cells // Russian J. of Ecology. 2004, V.4. С. 297-300 Eprintsev A.T.., Shevchenko M.Yu., Popov V.N. Purification and properties of isocitrate lyase from pupae of Papilio machaon butterfly// Biochemistry (Moscow). 2004. V.69, N 4, P. 376-380.
Date of last change of the project  10.11.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Popov Vasily N.
Position in Organization  Head of Chair
Title  DSc, professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Chair of Genetics, Cytology and Bioengenering
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl.
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208875
Telefax  +7-4732-208755
The countries of partners under the project  All
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and New Production Technologies - NMP Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies
Research and production of nanodimentional dielectric and magnetic composites, carbon nanotubes and fullerenes
The brief description of the project  The basic goals of the project are: determining of the critical parameters of the processes of nanostructures production, creation a new nanomaterials and nanostructures with using technologies developed by the project participants, research of response of the specified objects on influence of various external fields, determining their basic physical characteristics. For realization of the project goals it is planned: obtain and research of the magnetic and electric response of the granulated composites and multilayered structures magnetic - ferroelectric; finding-out of the physical nature of dimensional effect in nanosystems and its influences on the thermodynamic stability, dielectric, magnetic, galvanic and other properties of nanosystems; development of quantum mechanisms of low temperature electron transfer in spintronics (granulated nanocompose, multilayered structures, heterotransions) and in thin fullerite films; production of the fullerene mixes in an electro arc reactor; research of the ways of an assembly of the nanotubes and methods of production of the endohedral fullerenes.
Expected results  Development of new technologies of nanostructure production. Creation of an universal reactor of the electro arc type for fullerenes, nanotubes and nanofibers generation. New materials on the basis of nanostructure, possessing the improved functional properties: giant piezoelectric effect and electristrictional deformation, extremely high anisotropy of piezoelectric modules, record-high mechanical Q-factor, dielectric permeability and sound velocity, practically zero temperature coefficients of resonant frequency, anomalous high factor of magnetoelectric transformation. Application nanocarbon structures in semi-conductor technics, nanoelectronics and medicine, photodynamic therapy; creation of field-emission cathodes with using of carbon nanotube; - Development of a new principles of electro-optical and optical control of heterogeneous nanosystems properties, increase of intensity of radiation of light-emitting diodes, development and studying of optical shutters on the basis of liquid crystal materials.
Keywords  spintronics granulated composites multi-layer structures heterojunctions fullerites nanotubes magnetics ferroelectrics
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  06.06.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Sidorkin Alexander S.
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Chair of Experimental Physics
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208625
Telefax  +7-4732-208755
The countries of partners under the project  United Kingdom, France
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Obtaining and Structure Creation of Nanodopped by Fullerenes Composition Materials on the Palladium Basis for Hydrogen Storage
The brief description of the project  We propose to consider physical-chemical processes in nanodopped systems with position of thermodynamic of non-equilibrium processes for creation of nanocomposites on palladium basis. Development of nanotechnology and technology of creation of carbon nanomaterials gives new possibilities of govern by selforganization processes and creation of high quality materials of new generation for hydrogen storage which will possess by characteristics on the world level: high level of hydrogen storage, connection of atomic hydrogen in palladium and fullerenes dopped in palladium by electrolytical method, thermal and radioactive stability of obtained nanocomposites. For effective govern by selforganization during dopping of electrolytical palladium by fullerenes the following major factors were taken: non-equilibrity of system, topological features of fractal particles, technology of fullerene’s production, problem of distribution of fullerenes in the matrix. Different methods of experimental and theoretical non-equilibrium thermodynamics, modern methods of microscopy (scanning electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, optical and spectral methods, methods of micro- and nanoindentation) are used for studying of dissipative processes, nanostructuring during nanocomposites obtaining by electrolytical method.
Expected results  Establishment of laws of hydrogenization of palladium films which were obtained by electrochemical method. Optimization of the process of electrochemical deposition of palladium films for their highest hydrogenization. Non-linear model of nanocomposites obtaining on the palladium basis dopped by fullerenes. Parametrization of dissipative processes at obtaining of nanocomposites on the palladium basis for their highest hydrogenization.
Keywords  carbon nanomaterials nanodopped materials fullerenes nanocomposition materials selforganization
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  25.06.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Sokolov Juriy V.
Position in Organization  Senior lecturer, engineer of the Center of the Collective Usage of the Scientific Equipment
Title  Ph.D.
Department/Unit, Chair  Physical department, Chair of physics of semiconductors and microelectronics
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-759402
Telefax  -
The countries of partners under the project  Austria, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Sweden
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
FP7-2008- Energy-NMP-2 Energy.2008.10.1.2 NMP-2006-2.6-1 FP7-NMP-2008-CSA-2 NMP-2008-1.1-2, NMP-2008-2.6-3 FP7-NMP-2008-SMALL-2 NMP-2008-1.3-2, NMP-2008-2.1-2, NMP-2008-2.4-2 FP7-NMP-2008-LARGE-2 NMP-2008-2.2-1 Area: Атомное и электронное строение наносистем
The brief description of the project  The aim of the project: Obtaining data of the electron-energy spectra of the states in valence and conduction bands, revealing its peculiarities under passage to nanosized structures with quantum wells, quantum wires, quantum dots and nanocomposites with the use of X-ray and electron spectroscopy methods including usage of synchrotron radiation. Determination of the different energy states of atoms in quantum dots, nanoclusters and nanocomposites for explanation of the nonlinear electrophysical, magnetic and optical properties in connection with the size effects. Modeling of the electron energy spectra and nanosystems spectral characteristics. Tasks: - revealing of the substructure and quantum sized effects in nanostructures and nanocomposites; - identification of the energy levels caused by substructure and quantum sized effects; - revealing of the Coulomb blockade and single electron tunneling influence on nonlinear electrophysical properties; - determination of the density of the localized states influence on on nonlinear electrophysical and magnetic properties;
Expected results  Expected results: - New experimental data on the electron energy structure of the investigated systems, obtained by ultrasoft X-ray spectroscopy methods with the use of synchrotron radiation and laboratory equipment (X-ray absorption near edge structure provides information about conduction band structure; Ultrasoft X-ray emission spectroscopy provides information about valence band structure). - Core levels binding energies and effective charge states information obtained by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy with the use of synchrotron radiation. - Surface layers phase composition information. - The analysis of the size factor influence on electron-energy spectrum of the investigated structures. - Dependences of the revealing properties of the investigated nanostructures on the electron energy spectrum, its features and the phase composition. - Analysis and dependences of the structures contained nanoparticles production technology peculiarities on the electron energy spectrum, its features and phase composition. Scientific and practical importance of the obtained results based on the determined properties, regularities and peculiarities of the electron-energy spectrum and phase composition of the investigated structures showing new unique properties opens scientific basis for developing of the unique structure formation nanotechnologies. Obtained results could be used for developing and following adjustment of the technological aspects for creation of the quantum sized structures with the specified properties. This is necessary for creation of the in principle new micro- nano- and optoelectronic devices.
Keywords  atomic and electron structure nanosystems nanotechnologies synchrotron investigations X-ray spectroscopy
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  27.02.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Domashevskaya Evelina P.
Position in Organization  Head of Chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Chair of solid state physics and nanostructures
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208363
Telefax  -
The countries of partners under the project  EU countries
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Materials
Obtaining and Structure Creation of Nanodopped by Fullerenes Composition Materials on the Palladium Basis for Hydrogen Storage
The brief description of the project  We propose to consider physical-chemical processes in nanodopped systems with position of thermodynamic of non-equilibrium processes for creation of nanocomposites on palladium basis. Development of nanotechnology and technology of creation of carbon nanomaterials gives new possibilities of govern by selforganization processes and creation of high quality materials of new generation for hydrogen storage which will possess by characteristics on the world level: high level of hydrogen storage, connection of atomic hydrogen in palladium and fullerenes dopped in palladium by electrolytical method, thermal and radioactive stability of obtained nanocomposites. For effective govern by selforganization during dopping of electrolytical palladium by fullerenes the following major factors were taken: non-equilibrity of system, topological features of fractal particles, technology of fullerene’s production, problem of distribution of fullerenes in the matrix. Different methods of experimental and theoretical non-equilibrium thermodynamics, modern methods of microscopy (scanning electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, optical and spectral methods, methods of micro- and nanoindentation) are used for studying of dissipative processes, nanostructuring during nanocomposites obtaining by electrolytical method.
Expected results  Establishment of laws of hydrogenization of palladium films which were obtained by electrochemical method. Optimization of the process of electrochemical deposition of palladium films for their highest hydrogenization. Non-linear model of nanocomposites obtaining on the palladium basis dopped by fullerenes. Parametrization of dissipative processes at obtaining of nanocomposites on the palladium basis for their highest hydrogenization.
Keywords  carbon nanomaterials nanodopped materials fullerenes nanocomposition materials selforganization
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  25.06.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Sokolov Juriy V.
Position in Organization  Senior lecturer, engineer of the Center of the Collective Usage of the Scientific Equipment
Title  Ph.D.
Department/Unit, Chair  Physical department, Chair of physics of semiconductors and microelectronics
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-759402
Telefax  -
The countries of partners under the project  Austria, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Sweden
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
FP7-2008- Energy-NMP-2 Energy.2008.10.1.2 NMP-2006-2.6-1 FP7-NMP-2008-CSA-2 NMP-2008-1.1-2, NMP-2008-2.6-3 FP7-NMP-2008-SMALL-2 NMP-2008-1.3-2, NMP-2008-2.1-2, NMP-2008-2.4-2 FP7-NMP-2008-LARGE-2 NMP-2008-2.2-1 Area: Атомное и электронное строение наносистем
The brief description of the project  The aim of the project: Obtaining data of the electron-energy spectra of the states in valence and conduction bands, revealing its peculiarities under passage to nanosized structures with quantum wells, quantum wires, quantum dots and nanocomposites with the use of X-ray and electron spectroscopy methods including usage of synchrotron radiation. Determination of the different energy states of atoms in quantum dots, nanoclusters and nanocomposites for explanation of the nonlinear electrophysical, magnetic and optical properties in connection with the size effects. Modeling of the electron energy spectra and nanosystems spectral characteristics. Tasks: - revealing of the substructure and quantum sized effects in nanostructures and nanocomposites; - identification of the energy levels caused by substructure and quantum sized effects; - revealing of the Coulomb blockade and single electron tunneling influence on nonlinear electrophysical properties; - determination of the density of the localized states influence on on nonlinear electrophysical and magnetic properties;
Expected results  Expected results: - New experimental data on the electron energy structure of the investigated systems, obtained by ultrasoft X-ray spectroscopy methods with the use of synchrotron radiation and laboratory equipment (X-ray absorption near edge structure provides information about conduction band structure; Ultrasoft X-ray emission spectroscopy provides information about valence band structure). - Core levels binding energies and effective charge states information obtained by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy with the use of synchrotron radiation. - Surface layers phase composition information. - The analysis of the size factor influence on electron-energy spectrum of the investigated structures. - Dependences of the revealing properties of the investigated nanostructures on the electron energy spectrum, its features and the phase composition. - Analysis and dependences of the structures contained nanoparticles production technology peculiarities on the electron energy spectrum, its features and phase composition. Scientific and practical importance of the obtained results based on the determined properties, regularities and peculiarities of the electron-energy spectrum and phase composition of the investigated structures showing new unique properties opens scientific basis for developing of the unique structure formation nanotechnologies. Obtained results could be used for developing and following adjustment of the technological aspects for creation of the quantum sized structures with the specified properties. This is necessary for creation of the in principle new micro- nano- and optoelectronic devices.
Keywords  atomic and electron structure nanosystems nanotechnologies synchrotron investigations X-ray spectroscopy
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  27.02.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Domashevskaya Evelina P.
Position in Organization  Head of Chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Chair of solid state physics and nanostructures
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208363
Telefax  -
The countries of partners under the project  EU countries
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Call Identifier: FP7-2008-Energy-NMP-2 (NMP-2006-2.6-1), FP7-NMP-2008-LARGE-2 (NMP-2008-2.2-1), Area: Spontaneous atomic ordering in epitaxial compound semiconductor alloys and multilayered heterostructures under the influence of internal stresses as a step to thermodynamically stable structure
The brief description of the project  It is supposed that the purpose of the project is studying by a number of the experimental (including synchrotron radiation) and calculated methods of the phenomena of the ordered arrangement of atoms corresponding to the appearance of thermodynamically stable structure in the strained epitaxial structures of ternary and quaternary systems of semiconductor alloys. The urgency of a problem of ordering is related to the modification of the fundamental properties of semiconductors at transition to nanosystems due to reducing of symmetry of zinc blende structure in А3В5 in compounds in nanolayers resulting in a possible decrease of the band gap, transition from indirect to direct band gap semiconductor, an inverse sequence of bands, complication of X-ray absorption and infrared (IR) spectra of superstructure phases as a result of removal of degeneration from the states corresponding to the valence band top and the bottom of conduction band. It is expected, that during performance of the project it will be demonstrated that the atomic configurations arising in nanosystems of semiconductor alloys of superstructure phases minimize the energy of mechanical stresses appeared due to mismatch of lattice parameters of the components comprising the alloy whereas the random arrangement of atoms does not provide such minimization.
Expected results  -
Keywords  Semiconductors Heterostructures Spontaneous ordering Quantum dots GaN AlGaN GaInAsP GaInP AlGaAs
Published works  
  • E. P. Domashevskaya, P. V. Seredin at al. Vegard’s law and superstructural phases in AlxGa1−xAs/GaAs(100) epitaxial heterostructures. // Semiconductors. Volume 39, Number 3 2005
  • E. P. Domashevskaya, P. V. Seredin at al. XRD, AFM and IR investigations of ordered AlGaAs2 phase in epitaxial AlxGa1-xAs/GaAs (100) heterostructures// Surface and Interface Analysis Volume 38, Issue 4 , Pages 828 - 832
  • E. P. Domashevskaya, P. V. Seredin at al. Infrared reflectance spectra and morphologic features of the surface of epitaxial AlxGa1−xAs/GaAs(100) heterostructures with the ordered AlGaAs2 phase //Semiconductors. Volume 40, Number 4 2006
  • P. V. Seredin, E. P. Domashevskaya at al. IR-spectra multilayered epitaxial heterostructures with embedded layers In As and GaAs// Semiconductors. accepted manuscript – article in press, 2008.
  • E. P. Domashevskaya, P. V. Seredin at al. Scaled nano- and a microrelief of fields of streamlining in epitaxial heterostructures AlxGa1-xAs/GaAs (100)// Journal of Surface Investigation. X-ray, Synchrotron and Neutron Techniques., accepted manuscript – article in press, N2, 2008
  • E. P. Domashevskaya, P. V. Seredin at al. Investigations of porous InP properties by XRD, IR, USXES, XANES and PL techniques//Material Science and Engineering B, accepted manuscript – article in press; published online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mseb.2007.08. 029 (DOI:10.1016/j.mseb.2007.08.029).
Date of last change of the project  18.07.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Seredin Pavel V
Position in Organization  Senior lecturer
Title  Ph.D.
Department/Unit, Chair  Chair of solid state physics and nanostructures
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh 1, Universitetskaya pl.
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208363
Telefax  +7-4732-208363
The countries of partners under the project  All
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Call Identifier:
FP7-2008- Energy-NMP-2 (Energy.2008.10.1.2 NMP-2006-2.6-1),
FP7-NMP-2008-CSA-2 (NMP-2008-1.1-2, NMP-2008-2.6-3),
FP7-NMP-2008-SMALL-2 (NMP-2008-2.1-2, NMP-2008-2.4-2),
FP7-NMP-2008-LARGE-2 (NMP-2008-2.2-1),
Area:
Synchrotron investigations of the nanocomposite structures (including thin layers) based on silicon and its compounds
The brief description of the project  Silicon nanostructures are attracting interest for a variety of reasons. Silicon is a main material for microelectronics and nanotechnology. On the other hand the downsizing of units is the main trend in modern electronics and microelectronics, which inevitably leads into the world of nanoelectronics. Silicon nanocrystals can emit visible light, and it allows the creation of microchip elements that can be used for optical and electrical data processing. Perspective materials containing nanosized structures are rather complicate objects for investigations. Its structure and properties are in a strong dependence on the production technology. That’s why the investigations of the electron structure in dependence on the production technology conditions and obtained dimensional parameters using the nondestructive methods which allows obtaining the direct data of the interaction between local atomic structure and electron energy spectrum are in a great interest. In this project these methods are ultrasoft X-ray spectroscopy and photoelectron spectroscopy. The task of the project – obtaining experimental data on the electron structure of the nanosized and thin layer structures based on silicon and its compounds in dependence on the production technology.
The aim of the project – determination of the production technology peculiarities influence on the electron structure, size effects and properties of the investigated structures. In framework on national level collaboration the technological and analytical equipment of the major Russian scientific centers such as Physics research institute (Nizhny Novgorod), Semiconductor physics institute (Novosibirsk), Voronezh, Novosibirsk and Nizhny Novgorod State Universities could be used.
The use of synchrotron radiation sources (such as BESSY II, Berlin, Germany and SRC, Madison, USA) regularly used by project author since 2002 is first of all caused by high radiation intensity and cutting edge analytical equipment that will allow to get most accurate, precise and reliable data.
Expected results  -
Keywords  synchrotron investigations nanostructures thin layers silicon electron structure spectroscopy nanotechnologies
Published works  
  • X-ray spectroscopy investigation of the porous silicon phase composition under high temperature annealing / E.P. Domashevskaya, V.M, Kashkarov, E.Yu. Manukovskii, V.A. Terekhov, S.Yu. Turishchev // Condensed matter and interface boundaries (Condensirovanniye sredy i mezhfazniye granitsy). – 2000. – V.1, N1. – P. 37 – 44.
  • USXES and optical phenomena in Si low-dimensional structures dependent on morphology and silicon oxide composition on Si surface / T.V. Torchynska, M. Morales Rodrigues, G.P. Polupan, L.I. Khomenkova, N.E. Korsunskaya, V.P. Papusha, L.V. Scherbina, E.P. Domashevskaya, V.A. Terekhov, S. Yu. Turishchev // Surface Review and Letters. – 2002. – V.9, №2. – Р. 1047 – 1052.
  • Synchrotron investigation of the specific features in the electron energy spectrum of silicon nanostructures / E.P. Domashevskaya, V.A. Terekhov, V.M. Kashkarov, E.Yu. Manukovskii, S.Yu. Turishchev, S.L. Molodtsov, D.V. Vyalikh, A.F. Khokhlov, A.I. Mashin, V.G. Shengurov, S.P. Svetlov and V.Yu. Chalkov // Physics of the solid state. – 2004. – V. 46, N.2. – P. 345 – 350.
  • A study of electronic and atomic structures in a-SixC1-x amorphous alloys using ultrasoft X-ray emission spectroscopy / V.A. Terekhov, E.I. Terukov, I.N. Trapeznikova, V.M. Kashkarov, O.V. Kurilo, S.Yu. Turishchev, A.B. Golodenko, E.P. Domashevskaya // Semiconductors. – 2005. – V. 39, N.7. – P. 830 – 834.
  • Synchrotron Investigations of the Electron Structure of Silicon Nanocrystals in a SiO2 Matrix / V. A. Terekhov, S. Yu. Turishchev, V. M. Kashkarov, E. P. Domashevskaya, A. N. Mikhailov, D.I. Tetel"baum. // Journal of Surface Investigation. X-ray, Synchrotron and Neutron Techniques. – 2007. – V.1, N1. – Р. 55 – 59.
  • XANES and USXES investigations of interatomic interaction at the grain boundaries in nanocomposites (Co41Fe39B20)x(SiO2)1−x / E.P. Domashevskaya, S.A. Storozhilov, S.Yu Turishchev, V.M. Kashkarov, V.A. Terekhov, O.V. Stognej, Yu E. Kalinin, S.L. Molodtsov // Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena. – 2007. – 156 – 158, – P. 180 – 185.
  • Investigations of the electron energy structure and phase composition of porous silicon with different porosity / S.Yu. Turishchev, V.A. Terekhov, V.M. Kashkarov, E.P. Domashevskaya, S.L. Molodtsov, D.V. Vyalykh // Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena. – 2007. – 156 – 158, – P. 445 – 451.
  • Silicon nanocrystals in SiO2 matrix obtained by ion implantation under cyclic dose accumulation / V.A. Terekhov, S.Yu. Turishchev, V.M. Kashkarov, E.P. Domashevskaya, A.N. Mikhailov, D.I. Tetel’baum // Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures – 2007. – 38, – P. 16 – 20.
  • Investigations of Interatomic Interactions in (CoFeZr)x(SiO2)l-x Nanocomposites / E.P. Domashevskaya, S.A. Storozhilov, S.Yu. Turishchev, V.M. Kashkarov, V.A. Terekhov, O.V. Stognej, Yu.E. Kalinin, A.V. Sitnikov and S.L. Molodtsov // Electromagnetic Materials, Proceedings of the International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies ICMAT 2007 (Symposium P) Suntec, Singapore 1 - 6 July, 2007: Singapore, 2007, – P. 173 – 179.
  • Structure and optical properties of silicon nanopowders / V.A. Terekhov, V.M. Kashkarov, S.Yu. Turishchev, K.N. Pankov, V.A. Volodin, M.D. Efremov, D.V. Marin, A.G. Cherkov, S.V. Goryainov, A.I. Korchagin, V.V. Cherepkov, A.V. Lavrukhin, S.N. Fadeev, R.A. Salimov, S.P. Bardakhanov // Material science and engineering, accepted manuscript – article in press; published online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mseb.2007.08.014 (DOI:10.1016/j.mseb.2007.08.014).
Date of last change of the project  18.07.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Turishchev Sergey J.
Position in Organization  -
Title  Ph.D.
Department/Unit, Chair  Chair of solid state physics and nanostructures
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh 1, Universitetskaya pl.
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208363; 406653
Telefax  +7-4732-208363
The countries of partners under the project  All
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Call Identifier:
FP7-NMP-2008-CSA-2
(NMP-2008-1.1-2, NMP-2008-2.6-3);
FP7-NMP-2008-SMALL-2
(NMP-2008-1.3-2, NMP-2008-2.1-2, NMP-2008-2.4-2);
FP7-NMP-2008-LARGE-2
(NMP-2008-2.2-1);
Area:
Investigations of nanosized metal – wide gap semiconductor heterostructures
The brief description of the project  The aim of the project – determination of the formation process regularities for nanosized heterostructures on the surfaces of the wide-gap oxide semiconductors.
Investigations of the different physical-chemical factors influence on phase composition, substructure, optical properties and electron structure is proposed. Investigation will be conducted with the use of synchrotron radiation too.
Main parts of the project consist in investigations of the structure and phase composition, optical properties, electron-energy structure, electronic transport mechanisms in these heterostructures. Also the influence of the semiconductor-metal physical-chemical interaction on the electrophysical properties of the system will be investigated.
As the investigated objects the doped and non doped nanolayers of the semiconducting metal oxides (such as tin oxides) are proposed. Technological peculiarity of the metal nano islands producing from the half-solid layer is cyclical processing of the system by H2-O2, CO-O2 gases.
As the result of the reversible physical-chemical interaction (sorbtion) of the different by their properties gases with metallic layer the fragmentation of this layer with the islands isolated from each other formation is occurred.
This phenomenon will be used for the first time for the producing of the island structures for revealing of the sensor nanostructures with optimal gas sensing properties.
The use of synchrotron radiation sources (such as BESSY II, Berlin, Germany and SRC, Madison, USA) regularly used by project author since 2003 is first of all caused by high radiation intensity and cutting edge analytical equipment that will allow to get most accurate, precise and reliable data.
Expected results  -
Keywords  nanosized structures self-assembly nanolayers phase composition substructure electron structure
Published works  
  • Oxides formation in tin nanolayers / Yu. A. Yurakov, S. V. Ryabtsev, O. A. Chuvenkova E. P. Domashevskaya, V.M. Kashkarov, S. Yu. Turishchev, S. B. Kushev, S.V. Kannykin // Condensed matter and interface boundaries (Condensirovanniye sredy i mezhfazniye granitsy). – 2004. – V.6, N4. – P. 415 – 421.
  • Optical properties of SnO2−x nanolayers / E. P. Domashevskaya, S. V. Ryabtsev, E. A. Tutov, Yu. A. Yurakov, O. A. Chuvenkova and A. N. Lukin // Technical Physics Letters. – 2006. – V.32, N9. – P. 782-784.
  • TEM and XANES investigations and optical properties of SnO nanolayers / E.P. Domashevskaya, O.A. Chuvenkova, V.M. Kashkarov, S.B. Kushev, S.V. Ryabtsev, S.Yu. Turishchev, Yu.A. Yurakov // Surface and Interface Analysis. – 2006. – 38, – P. 514 – 517.
  • Synchrotron investigations of the initial stage of tin nanolayers oxidation / E.P. Domashevskaya, Yu.A. Yurakov, S.V. Ryabtsev, O.A. Chuvenkova, V.M. Kashkarov, S.Yu. Turishchev // Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena. – 2007. – 156 – 158, – P. 340 – 343.
  • SnOx obtaining by thermal oxidation of nanoscale tin films in the air and its characterization / E.P. Domashevskaya, S.V. Ryabtsev, Yu.A. Yurakov, O.A. Chuvenkova, V.M. Kashkarov, S.Yu. Turishchev, S.B. Kushev, A.N. Lukin // Thin Solid Films – 2007. – 515, – P. 6350 – 6355.
Date of last change of the project  22.07.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Yurakov Yury -
Position in Organization  professor
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Chair of solid state physics and nanostructures
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh 1, Universitetskaya pl.
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208363
Telefax  +7-4732-208363
The countries of partners under the project  All
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
New Production
Obtaining and Structure Creation of Nanodopped by Fullerenes Composition Materials on the Palladium Basis for Hydrogen Storage
The brief description of the project  We propose to consider physical-chemical processes in nanodopped systems with position of thermodynamic of non-equilibrium processes for creation of nanocomposites on palladium basis. Development of nanotechnology and technology of creation of carbon nanomaterials gives new possibilities of govern by selforganization processes and creation of high quality materials of new generation for hydrogen storage which will possess by characteristics on the world level: high level of hydrogen storage, connection of atomic hydrogen in palladium and fullerenes dopped in palladium by electrolytical method, thermal and radioactive stability of obtained nanocomposites. For effective govern by selforganization during dopping of electrolytical palladium by fullerenes the following major factors were taken: non-equilibrity of system, topological features of fractal particles, technology of fullerene’s production, problem of distribution of fullerenes in the matrix. Different methods of experimental and theoretical non-equilibrium thermodynamics, modern methods of microscopy (scanning electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, optical and spectral methods, methods of micro- and nanoindentation) are used for studying of dissipative processes, nanostructuring during nanocomposites obtaining by electrolytical method.
Expected results  Establishment of laws of hydrogenization of palladium films which were obtained by electrochemical method. Optimization of the process of electrochemical deposition of palladium films for their highest hydrogenization. Non-linear model of nanocomposites obtaining on the palladium basis dopped by fullerenes. Parametrization of dissipative processes at obtaining of nanocomposites on the palladium basis for their highest hydrogenization.
Keywords  carbon nanomaterials nanodopped materials fullerenes nanocomposition materials selforganization
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  25.06.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Sokolov Juriy V.
Position in Organization  Senior lecturer, engineer of the Center of the Collective Usage of the Scientific Equipment
Title  Ph.D.
Department/Unit, Chair  Physical department, Chair of physics of semiconductors and microelectronics
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-759402
Telefax  -
The countries of partners under the project  Austria, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Sweden
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Energy Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
Obtaining and Structure Creation of Nanodopped by Fullerenes Composition Materials on the Palladium Basis for Hydrogen Storage
The brief description of the project  We propose to consider physical-chemical processes in nanodopped systems with position of thermodynamic of non-equilibrium processes for creation of nanocomposites on palladium basis. Development of nanotechnology and technology of creation of carbon nanomaterials gives new possibilities of govern by selforganization processes and creation of high quality materials of new generation for hydrogen storage which will possess by characteristics on the world level: high level of hydrogen storage, connection of atomic hydrogen in palladium and fullerenes dopped in palladium by electrolytical method, thermal and radioactive stability of obtained nanocomposites. For effective govern by selforganization during dopping of electrolytical palladium by fullerenes the following major factors were taken: non-equilibrity of system, topological features of fractal particles, technology of fullerene’s production, problem of distribution of fullerenes in the matrix. Different methods of experimental and theoretical non-equilibrium thermodynamics, modern methods of microscopy (scanning electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, optical and spectral methods, methods of micro- and nanoindentation) are used for studying of dissipative processes, nanostructuring during nanocomposites obtaining by electrolytical method.
Expected results  Establishment of laws of hydrogenization of palladium films which were obtained by electrochemical method. Optimization of the process of electrochemical deposition of palladium films for their highest hydrogenization. Non-linear model of nanocomposites obtaining on the palladium basis dopped by fullerenes. Parametrization of dissipative processes at obtaining of nanocomposites on the palladium basis for their highest hydrogenization.
Keywords  carbon nanomaterials nanodopped materials fullerenes nanocomposition materials selforganization
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  25.06.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Sokolov Juriy V.
Position in Organization  Senior lecturer, engineer of the Center of the Collective Usage of the Scientific Equipment
Title  Ph.D.
Department/Unit, Chair  Physical department, Chair of physics of semiconductors and microelectronics
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-759402
Telefax  -
The countries of partners under the project  Austria, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Sweden
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Environment (Including Climate Change) Climate Change, Pollution, and Risks
ENV.2008.1.2.1.4. Area: Comfort of natural environment and health of the population
The brief description of the project  Project objectives: estimation of the role of factors of environmental comfort, i.e. risk factors influencing the health of the population of the Central Black Soil Region; detection of geo-pathogenic zones increasingly hazardous for the health of the population; estimation of influence of ecologically hazardous objects on environment and health of the population; ecological zoning of the Central Black Soil Region territory and industrial agglomerations of large cities in accordance with the levels of environmental comfort under the conditions of intensive man-caused influence on the environment; organization of monitoring of the environment and the health of the population in zones of ecological hazard; development of regional ecological policies, directed at sustainable ecological and economic progress of the region and recovery of the environment of the least comfortable areas.
Expected results  Сreation of the electronic medical and ecological atlas of the Central Black Soil Region; plan of monitoring of potentially dangerous objects of ecological hazard; organization of systems of ecological safety of large industrial agglomerations in cities; ecological justification of regional lay-outs of the Central Black Soil Region districts for enhancement of environmental comfort. The implementation of the project will allow to make certain progress in the fundamental studies of the role of the environmental factors that form public health, and in more general sense - quality of life. The application in practice of the obtained results will be determined by an increased efficiency of administrative solutions in the area of regional policy on natural-resources, demography and ecology specifying the following program aspects: natural-resource development; regional demographic policies and future development of the populated areas; ecological zoning and nature management; ecological safety of large industrial agglomerations in cities; recreational nature management and ecological tourism.
Keywords  comfort of an environment risk factors geo-pathogenic zones ecological zoning ecological monitoring ecological safety
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  05.02.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Fedotov Vladimir I.
Position in Organization  dean of the faculty, head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Geography and Geo-ecology department
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.geogr.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-665654
Telefax  +7-4732-207526
The countries of partners under the project  Austria, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Finland, France, Sweden
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Ecologically dangerous sources of pollution and problem areas of Upper Don river basin in Large Black Sea Region
The brief description of the project  Revealing of ecologically dangerous sources of pollution and map-making of problem areas in the Upper Don river basin. The basic directions of researches: an estimation of the natural preconditions (the dynamics of climate, annual drain, processes of water erosion) and man-caused factors (agricultural development, urbanization, industrial - transport influence - polluted drains, river navigation, mining industry), , forming waters quality of the river Don and the river Don’s basin; definition of structure, volumes and periodicity of receipt of the polluting agents from the land in reservoirs of Upper Don river basin; the analysis of natural and man-caused risks, connected with global hydrometeorological changes, modern urbanization and intensive economic development (mining area of Kursk magnetic anomaly, Lipetsk mining and smelting area, agrarian-industrial Central Black Soil Region etc.); an estimation and map-making of risk zones for health of the Upper Don river basin population, caused by the water factor and comfort of residing in conditions of intensive man-caused pollutions of habitat.
Expected results  Сadastre of polluting agents sources of the Upper Don river basin; the electronic ecological atlas of the region with allocation of problem areas and description of natural factors and man-caused risks(in Mapinfo midst); the monitoring scheme of potentially dangerous objects of ecological risk in the territory of the Upper Don river basin; an estimation of influence on an environment of economic activity objects owing to agricultural development of grounds, urbanization, anthropogenous pollution of land waters; an estimation of change of an annual drain depending on regulated basin by artificial reservoirs; realization of the project will allow to define the basic directions in regional ecological politics for prevention of extreme situations and ecologically caused diseases of the population in coastal zones and tourist areas of Large Black Sea Region.
Keywords  pollution of an environment megageosystem annual drain comfort monitoring natural risks anthropogenic pressure urbanized zones the ecologically caused illnesses
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  04.06.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Fedotov Vladimir I.
Position in Organization  dean of the faculty, head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Geography and Geo-ecology department
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.geogr.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-665654
Telefax  +7-4732-207526
The countries of partners under the project  Austria, United Kingdom, Hungary, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Finland, France, Sweden
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
ENV.2008.1.2.1.2, ENV.2008.1.2.1.4. Area: Quality of air, microclimate and health of the population of industrial megacities
The brief description of the project  Project objectives:ecological estimation of air pool quality of advanced industrial cities in Central Black Soil Region and European countries in conditions of "global warming"; the analysis of potential of pollution in urban agglomeration; estimation of parameters of microclimate in industrial cities and formation of “islands of warmth”; the analysis of meteopathic reactions and sickness rate of the population connected to the factors of a microclimate and pollution of air of megalopolises; revealing of zones of ecological risk for the population of industrial cities owing to air pollution; geo-information maintenance of monitoring of population health in industrial megalopolises.
Expected results  Databank of parameters of air pool quality of advanced industrial cities in Central Black Soil Region and European countries; ecological diagnostics of microclimate in industrial cities; quantitative estimation of the contribution of the ecological - climatic factors in formation of public health of population in industrial megalopolises; electronic medicoecological map-making of zones of ecological risk caused by quality of air pool and a microclimate of cities (with application of GIS-technologies); The project realization will allow to advance in study of microclimate formation processes of cities, maintenance of more perfect preventive measures of meteo-dependent conditions and population sickness rate caused by the factors of weather; reduction of adverse effect of polluted air influence on health of the city dwellers and maintenance of monitoring system of extreme ecological situations caused by climatic processes in territory of large industrial agglomerations.
Keywords  pollution of air microclimate of city meteopathic reactions of the population ecological risk monitoring of health of the population industrial megalopolis
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  05.02.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Kurolap Simeon A.
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Chair of Geo-ecology and Environmental Monitoring
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.geogr.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-665654
Telefax  +7-4732-207526
The countries of partners under the project  Austria, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, Germany, Greece, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Finland, France, Sweden
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Sustainable Management of Resources
The Russian steppe – the unique European ecosystems of Eurasia
The brief description of the project  Project objectives:
  • definition of stages of partition of the virgin Russian steppes "Wild Field" in XIV-XIIV cc. and formation disjunctive area;
  • Srednerusskaya eminence as ecotone steppe landscape of the West Europe, Crimean-Caucasian and Mild Asia ecosystems;
  • cadastre development of the types of the Russian steppes with building of the ecological framework saving steppe ecosystems;
  • organization to preservations ecosystems as the most important principle of the conservation of the variety of the Russian steppes landscape;
  • development denaturalization Russian steppes;
  • preparation cartographic material types of the Russian steppes with motivation of the new look at determination of the borders of the steppe type ecosystems on the base of hydrotermoedafential fitogradient landscape.
Expected results  
  1. cadastre scheduling - a Russian qualifier steppes with nature-used determination of the mode for each category;
  2. schemes and denaturalization preservations ecosystems as the base of the recovering the Russian steppes;
  3. cards building of the different types of the steppes and ecological framework steppe ecosystems for the reason expansions of the specifically protected natural territory (SPNT).

  4. The realization of the project will help to make the decision of the fundamental problem steppe studies - Russian (the East Europe) steppes saving. The practical purpose to regional strategy of the estimation steppe biome is provided recommendation on conservation its potential natural facilities and will find the realization with details of the following programme directions:
    • Regional steppe natural facilities potential;
    • Conservation concept and reconstruction steppe biome;
    • Steppe - an ecological tourism object;
    • Recreation steppe natural-used;
    • Red book biome and landscape of the steppes;
    • Steppe and firm development of the region.
Keywords  steppe ecosystems steppe cadastre phyto-diversity of steppe landscapes especially protected steppe territories recreational use of nature ecological tourism
Published works  -
Date of last change of the project  10.07.2008
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Fedotov Vladimir I.
Position in Organization  dean of the faculty, head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Geography and Geo-ecology department
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh 1, Universitetskaya pl.
WWW address (URL)   http://www.geogr.vsu.ru
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-665654
Telefax  +7-4732-207526
The countries of partners under the project  All
Types of the project
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
Ideas
Analysis of the wave process on branching manifolds
The brief description of the project  Within the framework of the project research of propagation of waves in systems which structure is modelled by branching manifolds such as geometrical graphs (spatial networks) is supposed. The purpose of the project is development of new methods of the analysis of wave processes in such type systems based: a) on extention on a case of branching argument of classical D"Alambert and Riemann methods; b) on creation of new methods of the analysis of a problem of adequacy and a correctness of similar "network" models; в) on development of methods of the qualitative analysis of similar models: problems of stability, stabilization, controllability; c) on the qualitative analysis of periodic processes; d) on development of the appropriate approximate numerical methods.
Expected results  - An establishment of integral representation of the solution of the wave equation on spatial network and the description of a kernel of the corresponding integral operator in terms of solutions of certain system of the equations with delays. - The justifiation of the parallelogram rule for the wave equation on spatial network with Kirchhoff transmission conditions in nodes. A justifiation via parallelogram rule the exact difference scheme for the decision of the mixed problem with boundary conditions of 1-st and/or 2-nd types in case of commensurable on length of network branches. - Reduction of the decision of the mixed problem for the wave equation on spatial network with non-smooth transmission conditions in nodes to system of differenece-differential equations. The analytical description of the solution of this system in case of commensurable on length of network branches. - Obtaining of existence and uniqueness conditions for the solution of Goursat problem analogue for the hyperbolic equation on network. Construction of the method similar to Riemann method - for a case of a network without circles. - The analytical description of the solution of the mixed problem with boundary conditions of 1-st type for the wave equation on a network with commensurable edges on length in case of conditions of the transmission, modelling loss of energy in nodes. - In a problem on periodic external perturbations in network-like systems the condition connected with implicit function theorem will be replaced by topological ones, admitting a smaller regularity of influence – down to discontinuous and multi-valued. - Obtaining of existence and extendability conditions for solution of propagating wave type in the nonlinear system of Hodgkin-Huxley equations and an estimation of velocity of this wave.
Keywords  mathematical modelling in nature sciences geometrical graph branching manifold wave process stability stabilization periodic regime spectral problems
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Date of last change of the project  06.06.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Pokornyi Yuliy Vitalievich
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  Chair of mathematical analysis
Address  RU, Voronezh region, 394006 Voronezh 5-39, ul. Khol", Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
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Telephone  +7-4732-207898
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The countries of partners under the project  Germany, Italy, France
Types of the project
  • Small or medium-scale focused research project) (STREP)
  • Collaborative project (CP)
 
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Expression and regulation of glyoxylate cycle"s ferments
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Eprintsev Alexander Trofimovich
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  Dc.S., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  -
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
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Telephone  +7-4732-208877
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Expression and regulation of oxidative metabolism ferments activity in the presence of developmental oxidative stress pathologies. Clarification of functioning active protein components and their systems composing metabolic series.
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Popova Tatyana Nikolaevna
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  Dc.S., professor
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Address  RU, CBR Voronezh
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Telephone  +7 4732 208278
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Development of the new enzymatic preparation on the basis of immobilized hydrolases for medical and food purposes
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Artjuhov Valery Grigorevich
Position in Organization  dean of the faculty of biology and soil science
Title  Dc.S., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
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Telephone  +7-4732-399281
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Living organism under extreme conditions adaptive reserve identification methods
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Hitsova Lyudmila Nikolaevna
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  Dc.S., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)  
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208884
Telefax  -
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DNA structure features in the presence of oxidative stress and protective substance influence.DNA fragmentation as an indicator of oxidant stress evolution.
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Popova Tatyana Nikolaevna
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  Dc.S., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
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Telephone  +7-4732-208278
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Zeolit use prospects in medical practice
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Kotova Diana Lipatevna
Position in Organization  -
Title  Dc.S., professor
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Address  RU, CBR Voronezh
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E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208362
Telefax  -
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Research of substances with protector activity influence on organism oxidative state in the presence of patholigies (myocardial ischemia, toxic hepatitis, hyperterios)
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Popova Tatyana Nikolaevna
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  Dc.S., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)  
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208278
Telefax  -
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Development of molecular models of physical-chemical interaction of antibiotics and some other medical products with eukaryotic cells membrane components: estimation of their toxicity level
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Artjuhov Valery Grigorevich
Position in Organization  dean of the faculty of biology and soil science
Title  Dc.S., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
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E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-399281
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Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and New Production Technologies - NMP Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies
Synchrotron investigations of electron and atom structure of nanostructures with quantum dots, nanocomposits and nanomaterials
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Domashevskaja Evelina Pavlovna
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  Dc.S., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)  
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208363
Telefax  +7-4732-208363
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Interface interactions semiconductor- activator as the factor of control of the processes of the formation of functional nano-dimensional layers on GaAs and InP
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Mittova Irina Jakovlevna
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.chem.vsu.ru/inorg/
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Telephone  +7-4732-298356
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Nonlinear effects of the joint action of activators in the processes of the formation of nano-dimensional layers on GaAs
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Mittova Irina Jakovlevna
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.chem.vsu.ru/inorg/
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Telephone  +7-4732-298356
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Catalytic effects in the processes of implementation of nano-heterostructures on the basis of semiconductor compounds АIIIВV
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Mittova Irina Jakovlevna
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.chem.vsu.ru/inorg/
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-298356
Telefax  -
The countries of partners under the project  
Materials
Interface interactions semiconductor- activator as the factor of control of the processes of the formation of functional nano-dimensional layers on GaAs and InP
The brief description of the project  -
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Published works  
Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Mittova Irina Jakovlevna
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.chem.vsu.ru/inorg/
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-298356
Telefax  -
The countries of partners under the project  
Nonlinear effects of the joint action of activators in the processes of the formation of nano-dimensional layers on GaAs
The brief description of the project  -
Keywords  -
Published works  
Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Mittova Irina Jakovlevna
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.chem.vsu.ru/inorg/
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-298356
Telefax  -
The countries of partners under the project  
Catalytic effects in the processes of implementation of nano-heterostructures on the basis of semiconductor compounds АIIIВV
The brief description of the project  -
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Published works  
Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Mittova Irina Jakovlevna
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.chem.vsu.ru/inorg/
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-298356
Telefax  -
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Solid-phase interactions of titanium – titanium oxide- hydroxyapatite and their role in the processes of implementation of biocompatible materials
The brief description of the project  -
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Mittova Irina Jakovlevna
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)   http://www.chem.vsu.ru/inorg/
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-298356
Telefax  -
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Environment (Including Climate Change) Climate Change, Pollution, and Risks
Detection of constellation type enzymes with most informative characteristics of functional different tissues oxidative status
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Popova Tatyana Nikolaevna
Position in Organization  Head of chair
Title  Dc.S., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
WWW address (URL)  
E-mail address  
Telephone  +7-4732-208278
Telefax  -
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Environmental Technologies
Determination of pollutant hot spots and sensitive areas in the Black Sea region (e.g. land based sources of pollution)
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Date of last change of the project  18.05.2007
Family Name and first name of a contact person  Fedotov Vladimir Ivanovich
Position in Organization  dean of the faculty of geography and geo-ecology
Title  D.Sc., professor
Department/Unit, Chair  
Address  RU, CBR, 394006 Voronezh VSU 1, Universitetskaya pl., Voronezh, Russian Federation
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Telephone  +7-4732-665654
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Participation in FP5/6 or INTRAS or others. The submitted and supported projects
«Ferroelectrics templated in nanoporous membranes»
Family Name and first name of a contact person   Sidorkin Alexander S.
Types of the project  
  • Collaborative project (CP)
Telephone  +7-4732-208625
Telefax  +7-4732-208755
E-mail address  
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
Implement_period  2002-2005
"Nonlinear dielectric films for nanotechnology"
Family Name and first name of a contact person   Sidorkin Alexander S.
Types of the project  
  • Collaborative project (CP)
Telephone  +7-4732-208625
Telefax  +7-4732-208755
E-mail address  
WWW address (URL)   http://www.vsu.ru
Implement_period  2000-2002