RESEARCH PROJECTS

ES ERAFProjects of European Regional Development Fund

1. WASTELESS TECHNOLOGY FOR OBTAINING BIOETHANOL AND OTHER VALUABLE PRODUCTS FROM DECIDUOUS WOOD (2011 – 2013)

Funding: ERAF 2010/0288/2DP/2.1.1.1.0/10/APIA/VIAA/038

Project coordinator: Dr.habil.chem., Prof. N. Vedernikovs (Latvian State Institute of Wood Chemistry)

Leader of BINI group: Dr.habil.phys., Prof. Yuri Dekhtyar

Task of BINI group: Development of a material for immobilization of yeast cells in the fermentation process for ethanol production from deciduous wood. Project homepage

2. MOBILE TELEMEDICINE SCREENING COMPLEX (2011 – 2013)

Funding: ERAF 2011/0007/2DP/2.1.1.1.0/10/APIA/VIAA/008

Project coordinator: Dr.habil.sc.ing., Prof. Zigurds Markovičs (Riga Technical University)

Leader of BINI group: Dr.phys., Prof.  Alexei Katashev

Task of BINI group: Development of a portable computerized system of anthropometric measurements for screening of posture of patients. Project homepage (in Latvian)

3. PRODUCTION OF YARNS CONTAINING THE BALTIC AMBER AND IT’S RESEARCH (2013 – 2014)

Funding: ERAF JPA/2.1.2.2.4/13/11/001

Head of the project: Inga Lyashenko

4. NEW MARKETS INNOVATIVE TEXTILE PRODUCTS, RESEARCHING AND INTEGRATING THE FLOW OF AMBER THREADS (2014 – 2015)

Funding: ERAF ĀTA/2.3.1.1.1/14/69/007

Head of the project: Dr eng. Inga Lyashenko

5. Multilayer silicon nanocapacitor with improved dielectric layers (2017-2020)

Funding: ERAF 1.1.1.1/16/A/203

Head of the project: Dr. hab phys , Prof.  Yuri Dekhtyar

6. Synthesis of textile surface coating modified in nano-level and energetically independent measurement system integration in smart clothing with functions of medical monitoring (2017-2020)

Funding: ERAF 1.1.1.1/16/A/02

Heads of the project Silvija Kukle / Dana Beļakova (Design institute )

Institute team leader prof. Aleksejs  Kataševs


 

ESESFProjects of European Social Fund

1. DEVELOPMENT OF THE NEW SCIENTIFIC GROUP FOR RESEARCH OF URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (2013 – 2015)

Funding: ESF 2013/0060/1DP/1.1.1.2.0/13/APIA/VIAA/041

Project description (in Latvian)

2. RESEARCH AND OPTIMIZATION OF A BIOTEXTILE MATERIAL FOR THE INTRODUCTION TO THE MANUFACTURE (2012 – 2013)

Funding: ESF Nr. 11-03/TOP12-01

Head of the project: Inga Lyashenko


 

LZPProjects of the Latvian Council of Science

1. SMART BIOFILTRATION TECHNOLOGY (2013-2016)

Funded by the grant of the Latvian Council of Science No. 491/2012

Participant of the project

Aim of the project: Development of a fundamentally new biological filter (“Smart Biofilter”) to clean drinking water or waste water from chemical pollution.

2. PHYSICAL PROCESSES IN MULTILAYER AND MULTICOMPONENTAL STRUCTURES (2009 – 2012)

Funded by the grant of the Latvian Council of Science No.09.1548

Participant of the project

Task of BINI group: Study of influence of radiation on electron emission properties from vinyliden fluoride trifluoroethylene copolymer and nanolayers with embedded PbS nanodots deposited on glass substrate.

3. INFLUENCE OF RADIATION ON COPOLYMER AND GLASS COMPOSITE FILMS (2009)

Funded by the grant of the Latvian Council of Science No.09.1204

Head of the project: Prof. Yuri Dekhtyar

4. ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES OF HYDROXYLAPATITE NANOPARTICLES ENSEMBLE (2005 – 2007)

Funded by the grant of the Latvian Council of Science No.05.1873

Head of the project: Prof. Yuri Dekhtyar

Aim of the project: Study of stability and behaviour of electronic properties of nanoparticle ensembles of various sizes under influence of radiation and heat.

5. DOSIMETRIC PROPERTIES OF INORGANIC SOLID NANOLAYERS (2005-2007)

Funded by the grant of the Latvian Council of Science No.05.1874

Head of the project: Prof. Alexei Katashev

Aim of the project: Exoelectron emission from inorganic solid nanolayers for dosimetry of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation.

6. INFORMATIVITY OF EXOEMISSION ANALYSIS ON PALEOPATHOLOGICAL CHANGES OF BONES BELONGING TO DIFFERENT CENTURIES (2004 – 2006)

Funded by the grant of the Latvian Council of Science No.04.1223

Head of the project: Prof. Yuri Dekhtyar

Aim of the project: Development and improvement of exoelectron spectroscopy technique for study of changes in human bones over centuries with the emphasis on pathological changes that were formed during human life. The bones from XIII – XVI centuries found during archaeological excavations in the garden of Riga Cathedral as well as bones from XIX – XX centuries were studied.

7. OPTIMIZATION OF THE COMPONENT MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY BY MEANS OF EXOEMISSION DEFECTOSCOPY (2004 – 2007)

Funded by the grant of the Latvian Council of Science No.04.1175

Head of the project: Prof. Gennādijs Sagalovičs

Aim of the project: The project is logical continuation of the previous project No.01.0611. The developed technique of exoelectron emission defectoscopy based on calculations of energy parameters of surface of components makes it possible to optimize wide range of processes for manufacturing of the components, thereby achieving improvements in safety parameters.

8. DOSIMETRIC PROPERTIES OF HYDROXIAPATITE – COLLAGEN SOLID COMPOSITE (2001 – 2004)

Funded by the grant of the Latvian Council of Science No.01.0616

Head of the project: Prof. Alexei Katashev

Aim of the project: Possible use of solid composite material from natural and artificial hydroxyapatite and collagen as a biologically equivalent dosimeter of ultraviolet radiation.

9. OPTICALLY STIMULATED ELECTRON TRANSITIONS FOR BONE TISSUE CHARACTERIZATION (2001 – 2004)

Funded by the grant of the Latvian Council of Science No.01.0574

Head of the project: Prof. Yuri Dekhtyar

Aim of the project: Development of a methodology based on optically stimulated electron transitions for characterization of structural properties of bone tissue.

10. PERSPECTIVE BIOMATERIALS AND MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY (2006)

Head of Work Group: Inga Lyashenko


 

IZMNational Research Program

1. National Research Programme „IMATEH – Innovative materials and smart technologies for environmental safety”, Project „Mechanical properties of materials at micro, nano scale and their influence on human safety” (2014 – 2017)

Aim of the project: Study of early mechanical failure of surface of polymer composite materials, development of methods for the early diagnosis and analysis of the applicability of these methods at enterprises.


 

Latvian Ministry of Higher Education

1. COMPRESSIVE WARES FOR TREATMENT OF VARICOSE VEINS (2004 – 2006)

Head of the project: Inga Lyashenko

2. TEXTILE ARTICLE FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF FUNGAL AND BACTERIAL INFECTION AND METHODS OF MANUFACTURING OF THIS TEXTILE ARTICLE (2006 – 2008)

Head of the project: Inga Lyashenko


 

International Projects

1. PERCERAMICS – MULTIFUNCTIONAL PERCOLATED NANOSTRUCTURED CERAMICS FABRICATED FROM HYDROXYLAPATITE (2004 – 2007)

Funded under FP6 Framework programme, European Commission Project NMP3-CT-2003- 504937

Coordinator: Prof. Yuri Dekhtyar

Project description

2. ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY OF BONE IN OSTEOPOROSIS (1994 – 1996)

Project of European Commission PECO, PL93-1114

3. FERROELECTRICITY ON MOLECULAR LEVEL (2004–2007)

Project of European Commission INTAS 2003-51-3967

Coordinator: Prof. Yuri Dekhtyar

Project description

4. POLARIZATION-DRIVEN SELF-ASSEMBLY OF ORGANIC AND BIOMATERIALS USING ULTRATHIN FERROELECTRIC POLYMERS (2006 –2009)

Project of European Commission INTAS 2005-1000008-8091

Participant

Project description

5. Eureka Project E! 3033 „BIONANOCOMPOSIT – Hydroxyapatite nanocomposite ceramics – new implant material for bone substitutes” (2003-2013)
Participant, Project homepage
6. Application of smart Textile sensors for Electrical impedance based respiratory Monitoring (ATEM) (2017.)

Project is targetted to application of the garment – integrated textile electrodes for mpatient breathing monitoring using electroimpedance tomography technique

Baltic-German highschool bureau

Leader:  prof. A. Katashev

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