BIN Institute Research Profile
- Electromagnetic technologies for non-destructive tests of materials;
- Electron emission spectroscopy for study of electronic properties of surface of materials;
- Changes of electronic properties of materials (biomaterials, biological tissues, semiconductors) under influence of various factors (ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, chemical and mechanical treatment, etc.);
- Smart textiles for analysis of posture, gait and motion, as well as physiological measurements;
- Complexes of inorganic nanoparticles with virus-like particles for immunomodulation;
- Medical textiles – knitted compression products (for desease prevention and treatment);
- Biomaterials, biomechanics of soft and hard biological tissues;
- Textile and clothing technology and design.
- Photoelectron and exoelectron emission spectrometer;
- Photoelectron emission spectrometer with integrated module for mechanical loading of samples;
- Auger spectrometer (suspended);
- Atomic force microscope “Solver PRO-47”;
- Wireless system for registration of biopotentials / biosignals;
- Thermo Spectronic Heλios Gamma UV-Vis spectrophotometer.
- Phase transitions in thin films – with KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (1995);
- Electron emission properties of composite materials – with Chugoku National Industrial Research Institute, Japan (1995);
- Optical properties of bone – with University of Tartu Institute of Physics, Estonia (1998);
- Infrared spectroscopy and ultrasound imaging of bone tissues – with Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany (since 1999);
- Optical properties and morphology of bone surface – with Linköping University, Sweden (since 1998);
- Electrical properties of bone – with Royal College, London, UK (since 2000);
- Properties of thin films of silicon oxide and nitride – with Tel Aviv University, Israel (2002);
- Development of new bioceramics – with partners of PERCERAMICS project (2004-2007);
- Respiratory motion analysis of scoliosis patients – with Sahlgrenska University Hospital, University of Gothenburg and KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden (since 2011).