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Description: Electronic scale GR-202 No.14210265

Technical specification: Weighing precision: ± 0,1 mg

Usage area: Sample and powder weighing

Keywords: weight, weighing

Description: Atomic force microscope

Technical specification: Scan field: max 50x50 microns, Z axes: 2.8 microns;dedicated Resolution: 0.2 nm; the ability to measure the air and the liquid

Usage area: Investigation of surface morphology

Keywords: AFM, atomic force, microscopy

Description: Ellipsometer L117 No.166-AK

Technical specification: Light source: HeNe laser, lightwave length λ=6328Å; accuracy: 2,5Å to 10Å; beam diameter - 1 mm

Usage area: Measurement of optical film properties

Keywords: polarised light, optical film properties

Description: UV-Vis spectrometer

Technical specification: Single-channel fiber-optic system with the support of computer memory channel; measuring range: 200-800 nm; standard cell to measure liquid; the ability to measure thin film reflectance mode; modes: absorption, permeability, reflection

Usage area: Investigation of optical properties using UV-Vis spectroscopy

Keywords: UV, UV-Vis, spectrometer, spectroscopy

Description: Thin film deposition system BY-1 – deposition using evaporation by electric arc discharge

Technical specification: Vacuum equipment with electric arc discharge evaporation system, dedicated for thin film deposition

Usage area: Growing films in vacuum

Keywords: thin films

Description: Ceramic powder tablets formation device 99999-/F307

Technical specification: Press can compress up to 11 tonnes; max. object dimensions: 100x100 mm

Usage area: Forming tablets using powder

Keywords: powder, tablets, press, compression

Description: Evaporation system with three magnetronic sources

Description: X-ray machine X-RAY

Technical specification: Educational equipment, voltage up to 30 kV

Usage area: Carrying out laboratory works

Keywords: X-ray radiation, teaching

Description: Thin film deposition system: deposition using electron beam evaporation

Technical specification: Two (up to 8 kW) sources of electronic beam evaporation; deposition system`s vacuum device for thin film deposition; vacuum rotational pump (A365-01-935, E2M80 std 240 415 3)

Usage area: Growing films in vacuum

Keywords: thin films

Description: High temperature furnace el.SNOL 7/1300L with E5CK program

Technical specification: Temperature: up to 1300 °C, -2 °C; heating medium: air; max heated object dimensions: 150x200 mm (only clean objects can be heated)

Usage area: Heating of samples in the air

Keywords: annealing, melting

Description: High temperature electric tube furnace SNOL 7/1300L with E5CK control program

Technical specification: Temperature: from 50 to 1300 °C, ±2 °C; heating medium: any medium, including air; tube chamber dimensions: Ø 55 mm, heigh – 100 mm; only clean objects can be heated

Usage area: Heating of samples in various gases

Keywords: annealing, doping, oxidation

Description: Thin film deposition system PVD 75

Description: Magnetron "Cannon" TM3FS10KBS Torus 3HV

Technical specification: Application for thin film growing in vacuum, cathodes with diameter of 3``

Usage area: Film growing in vacuum

Keywords: magnetron, thin films, coatings

Description: Dark field microscope with extras NIKON Eclipse LV100D

Technical specification: Spectrum resolution: 1.5 nm; measurement boundaries: 400-900 nm

Usage area: Investigation of nanoparticles in ultra-thin films

Keywords: diffused light spectra, dark field

Description: X-ray radiation dose measurement system 70 R/F MAM S/N:127995

Technical specification: Dosimeters for examinining radiation doses in mammography and tomography; licence is required to work with the equipment

Usage area: Quality examination in mammography and tomography

Keywords: mammography, tomography, examination

Description: Identification device SN:935-3367

Technical specification: Handheld radiospectrometer with NaI detector; indicator of radioactive pollution

Usage area: Measuring gamma ray pollution in the environment

Keywords: radioactive pollution, spectrometer-identificator

Description: Dosimeter M4 T11006-1759

Technical specification: Flat ionising chamber for measuring air kerma; can be integrated into medical equipment for Roentgen-diagnostics

Usage area: Medical diagnostics

Keywords: ionising camera, X-ray diagnostics

Description: MOSFET microdosimeters

Technical specification: Flexible MOSFET dosimeters, which can fit into 6 Fr catheters and measure 0.1-10 Gy patient irratiation doses; licence is required to work with the equipment

Usage area: In vivo and in vitro dose measurement high-dose-rate brachytheraphy

Keywords: detectors, brachytherapy 

Description: Dosimetric brachytheraphy system with extras and phantom

Technical specification: Electrometer with special "rectum" and "blader" dosimeters; PMMA phantom; licence is required to work with the equipment

Usage area: Dose measurement in brachytheraphy, quality tests in brachitheraphy

Keywords: electrometer, detectors, brachytherapy 

Description: Digital oscilloscope

Technical specification: 2 channels; 200 MHz bandwidth limit; 2 GS/s sample rate; LCD color display; Math Fast Fourier Transform (FFT); RS-232, GPIB module

Usage area: Carrying out laboratory works for students

Keywords: Digital oscilloscope

Description: Analog / digital converters, mod. NI9201, 9481, NI9211, NI9401, cDAQ-9174, 382276

Technical specification: Works with "LabView" program

Usage area: Carrying out laboratory works for students

Keywords: analog / signal, converter

Description: Power source of 1kW radiofrequency

Technical specification: 4 magnetrons (cathodes with diameter of 2``), deposition system`s vacuum device for thin film deposition

Usage area: Growing various films in vacuum

Keywords: thin films

Description: Raman spectroscope

Technical specification: Excitation wavelength - 532 nm, 633 nm, 30 mW output; grating 600/600 1800/600; measuring range: 100 - 7000 1 / cm; lens: 100x; peltier element cooled CCD camera registration (-60 C); measuring modes: inverted microscope system, reflection microscope system; scan range: 120x120 microns

Usage area: Investigation of biological and non biological samples in liquid and dry conditions; investigation of molecular traces using Surface enhanced Raman spekctroscopy

Keywords: Raman, spectroscopy

Description: Raman spectroscopy system

Technical specification: System consists of laser, Raman camera (optical part) and spectrometer. STE series sensor: -70 °C (203 K) or better; LN2 series sensor: -133 °C (140 K) or better; ADC precision: 16 bit; ADC dynamic range: 65,535 maximum

Usage area: Investigation of materials` properties using Raman spectrocopy

Keywords: Raman scattering, spectrometer, thin films, materials

Description: Vacuum heating system

Technical specification: Tray heating in vacuum up to 900°C, maximum allowed size of the object – 2x2 cm

Usage area: Film growing in vacuum

Keywords: heating, annealing of films in vacuum

Description: Physics laboratory works are carried out for deeper knowledge of the basic laws of physics: performing them students learn to work with measurement devices and are introduced to measurement methods; they learn to depict methods as graphs and evaluate the reliability of the experimental results. Physics 2 (optics and atomic physics) laboratory works.

Technical specification: 1. Determination of light wavelength by Fresnel biprism 2. The diffraction gratings 3. Diffraction of laser light 4. Verification of Malus‘s law and determination of Brewster‘s angle 5. Investigation of polarization light rotation 6. Investigation of elliptical polarized light 7. Investigation of light dispersion in prism 8. Investigation of refractive index of solutions by refractometer 9. Stefan and Boltzmann law verification 10. Investigation of thermal radiation 11. Investigation of photoelectric effect 12. Investigation of internal photoeffect of semiconductor photoresistor 13. Temperature dependence of semiconductor conductivity 14. Qualitative spectral analysis 15. Franck-Hertz experiment 16. Determination of Planck constant by excitation voltage of laser 17. Investigation of attenuation of g rays in material 18. Investigation of surface tension dependence on liquid concentration 19. Coefficient of linear thermal expansion of solid body determination 20. Investigation of metal resistance dependence on the temperature 21. Determination of conductor specific resistivity 22. Investigation of electrostatic field 23. Investigation of phenomenon of thermionic emission

Usage area: General Physics Laboratory works are carried out by the first and second year students at KTU.

Keywords: "Optics, semiconductors, radioactivity (gama radiation), photoelectric effect and atomic physics

Description: Physics laboratory works are carried out for deeper knowledge of the basic laws of physics: performing those students learn to work with measurement devices and are introduced to measurement methods; they learn to depict methods as graphs and evaluate the reliability of the experimental results. Physics 1 (mechanics and electromagnetism) laboratory works. Physics 2 (optics and atomic physics) laboratory works.

Technical specification: Physics I LIST OF LABORATORY WORKS IN 263 LABORATORY 1. Evaluation of direct and non-direct measurement errors 2. Measurement of electrical dimensions and measurement errors 3. Atwood‘s machine 4. Determination of free fall acceleration of solid body 5. Investigation of rotational motion of solid body 6. Investigation of Maxwell pendulum oscillation 7. Investigation of moment of inertia by rotational pendulum 8. Investigation of oscillation of string 9. Determination of sound speed in air by wave interference method 10. Investigation of thermal expansion coefficient of solid body 11. Ratio of molar heat capacities (Cp/Cv) of air determination 12. Investigation of surface tension dependence on liquid concentration 13. Determination of entropy variation 14. Investigation of electrostatic field 15. Investigation of dielectric electrical properties 16. Investigation of metal resistance dependence on the temperature 17. Investigation of thermionic emission phenomenon 18. Determination of magnetic field of the Earth 19. Investigation of magnetic field, created by wire 20. Determination of resistance by Vinston bridge 21. Investigation of ferromagnetics (Hysteresis loop) Physics II LIST OF LABORATORY WORKS IN 263 LABORATORY 1. Determination of light wavelength by Fresnel biprism 2. The diffraction gratings 3. Diffraction of laser light 4. Verification of Malus‘s law and determination of Brewster‘s angle 5. Investigation of polarization light rotation 6. Investigation of refractive index of solutions by refractometer 7. Stefan and Boltzmann law verification 8. Investigation of thermal radiation 9. Investigation of photoelectric effect 10. Investigation of internal photoeffect of semiconductor photoresistor 11. Qualitative spectral analysis 12. Franck-Hertz experiment 13. Investigation of attenuation of g rays in material

Usage area: General Physics Laboratory works are carried out by the first and second year students at KTU.

Keywords: Mechanics, electrodynamics, electromagnetism, and molecular physics. Optics, semiconductors, radioactivity (gama radiation), photoelectric effect and atomic physics

Technical specification: Laboratory works of electrodynamics 1. Investigation of the optical effects of electromagnetic waves 2. Application of electromagnetic wave diffraction for the investigation of crystal structure testing 3. Measurement of the semiconductor relative permittivity using “cylindrical inhomogeneity” in waveguide line 4. Measurement of the optical parameters and permittivity using Michelson interferometer 5. Investigation of the rectangular waveguide line and its working modes 6. Application of the waveguide line short-circuit and empty-mode methods for materials characterization

Keywords: Waveguide line, relative permittivity, electromagnetic waves.

Description: Laboratory work objectives: to acquire modern microtechnology, to obtain practice in use of technological equipment and measurement of formed microstructures electrophysical characteristics.

Technical specification: 1. Cleaning and inspection of silicon wafer surface. 2. Study of silicon isothermal oxidation in diffusion furnace. 3. Study of silicon isochronous oxidation in diffusion furnace. 4. Formation of microstructures by means of optical contact lithography.

Usage area: For students of Applied Physics bachelor study program and Materials and Nanotechnologies bachelor study program in Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.

Keywords: silicon, silicon dioxide, diffusion furnace, oxidation, photolithography, etching.

Description: Physics laboratory works are carried out for deeper knowledge of the basic laws of physics: performing those students learn to work with measurement devices and are introduced to measurement methods; they learn to depict methods as graphs and evaluate the reliability of the experimental results. Physics 1 (mechanics and electromagnetism) laboratory works.

Technical specification: LIST OF LABORATORY WORKS IN 261 LABORATORY 1. Evaluation of direct and non-direct measurement errors 2. Measurement of electrical dimensions and measurement errors 3. Atwood‘s machine 4. Investigation of rotational motion of solid body 5. Investigation of Maxwell pendulum oscillation 6. Investigation of moment of inertia by rotational pendulum 7. Investigation of oscillation of string 8. Investigation of thermal expansion coefficient of solid body 9. Ratio of molar heat capacities (Cp/Cv) of air determination 10. Investigation of surface tension dependence on liquid concentration 11. Determination of entropy variation 12. Investigation of electrostatic field 13. Investigation of dielectric electrical properties 14. Investigation of metal resistance dependence on the temperature 15. Investigation of thermionic emission phenomenon 16. Determination of magnetic field of the Earth 17. Investigation of surface tension dependence on the temperature 18. Determination of sound speed in air 19. Diffraction of ultrasound waves 20. Investigation of attenuated oscillations 21. Investigation of magnetic field, created by wire 22. Hysteresis loop 23. Determination of free fall acceleration of solid body

Keywords: Mechanics, electrodynamics, electromagnetism, and molecular physics

Description: Physics laboratory works are carried out for deeper knowledge of the basic laws of physics: performing those students learn to work with measurement devices and are introduced to measurement methods; they learn to depict methods as graphs and evaluate the reliability of the experimental results. Physics 1 (mechanics and electromagnetism) laboratory works.

Technical specification: 1. Evaluation of direct and non-direct measurement errors 2. Measurement of electrical dimensions and measurement errors 3. Determination of free fall acceleration constant 4. Investigation of transmittance of optical glass 5. Investigation of rotational dynamics of solid body 6. Determination of adiabatic constant 7. Magnetic force measurement 8. Investigation of conservation law of rotational motion 9. Measurement of the sound speed in the rod 10. Investigation of magnetic field created by wire 11. Investigation of polarization of segnetoelectrics 12. Investigation of oscillation of physical pendulum 13. Investigation of oscillation of string 14. Investigation of oscillation of string 15. Investigation of electrostatic field 16. Investigation of dielectric electrical properties 17. Investigation of metal resistance dependence on the temperature 18. Evaluation of conservation law of the charge 19. Investigation of rotational motion 20. Ratio of molar heat capacities (Cp/Cv) of air determination 21. Atwood‘s machine

Usage area: General Physics Laboratory works are carried out by the first and second year students at KTU.

Keywords: Mechanics, electrodynamics, electromagnetism, and molecular physics.

Description: Physics laboratory works are carried out for deeper knowledge of the basic laws of physics: performing them students learn to work with measurement devices and are introduced to measurement methods; they learn to depict methods as graphs and evaluate the reliability of the experimental results. Physics 2 (optics and atomic physics) laboratory works.

Technical specification: 1. Determination of light wavelength by Fresnel biprism 2. The diffraction gratings 3. Diffraction of laser light 4. Verification of Malus‘s law and determination of Brewster‘s angle 5. Investigation of polarization light rotation 6. Investigation of elliptical polarized light 7. Investigation of light dispersion in prism 8. Investigation of refractive index of solutions by refractometer 9. Investigation of thermal radiation 10. Stefan and Boltzmann law verification 11. Investigation of photoelectric effect 12. Einstein‘s law verification 13. Temperature dependence of semiconductor conductivity 14. Determination of Plank constant by adsorption spectra 15. Qualitative optical spectroscopy 16. Investigation of attenuation of g rays in material

Usage area: General Physics Laboratory works are carried out by the first and second year students at KTU.

Keywords: Optics, semiconductors, radioactivity (gama radiation), photoelectric effect and atomic physics.

Description: Laboratory works of material physics are carried out by the first year students of KTU Mathematics and natural sciences faculty, studying the module "Materials Physics", as well as fourth-year students of Computer science faculty who have chosen the module "Introduction to Materials Science".

Technical specification: 1. Investigation of transmittance of optical glass 2. Measurement of the sound speed in the rod 3. Investigation of polarization of segnetoelectrics 4. Determination of conductors specific resistivity 5. Investigation of dielectric electrical properties 6. Investigation of metal resistance dependence on the temperature 7. Investigation of refractive index of solutions by refractometer 8. Current - voltage relation forPEM characteristics 9. Coefficient of linear thermal expansion of solid body determination 10. Evaluation of liquid density 11. Investigation of thermionic emission 12. Determination of band gap of germanium 13. Investigation of semiconductor diode and transistor characteristics 14. Investigation of magnetic field created by wire

Usage area: Laboratory works of material physics are carried out by the first and fourth year KTU Mathematics and natural sciences faculty students, studying the module "Materials Physics" or "Introduction to Materials Science".

Keywords: Mechanics, electricity, optics, atomic physics, materials and nanotechnology, physics.

Description: Physics laboratory works are carried out for deeper knowledge of the basic laws of physics: performing those students learn to work with measurement devices and are introduced to measurement methods; they learn to depict methods as graphs and evaluate the reliability of the experimental results. Physics 1 (mechanics and electromagnetism) laboratory works. Physics 2 (optics and atomic physics) laboratory works.

Technical specification: Physics I LIST OF LABORATORY WORKS: 1. Evaluation of direct and non-direct measurement errors 2. Measurement of electrical dimensions and measurement errors 3. Atwood‘s machine 4. Investigation of rotational motion of solid body 5. Investigation of Maxwell pendulum oscillation 6. Investigation of oscillation of physical pendulum 7. Investigation of oscillation of rotational pendulum 8. Investigation of oscillation of spring 9. Investigation of oscillation of string 10. Ratio of molar heat capacities (Cp/Cv) of air determination 11. Investigation of surface tension dependence on liquid concentration 12. Investigation of dielectric electrical properties 13. Investigation of metal resistance dependence on the temperature 14. Determination of magnetic field of the Earth 15. The electron motion in magnetron 16. Evaluation of conservation law of the charge 17. Magnetic force measurement 18. Evaluation of the main law of rotational motion of solid body 19. Stefan and Boltzmann law verification 20. Cp/Cv determination by ultrasound 21. Investigation of magnetic field created by circular conductor 22. Investigation of polarization of segnetoelectrics Physics II LIST OF LABORATORY WORKS: 1. Determination of light wavelength by Fresnel biprism 2. The diffraction gratings 3. Diffraction of laser light 4. Verification of Malus‘s law and determination of Brewster‘s angle 5. Investigation of polarization light rotation 6. Investigation of elliptical polarized light 7. Investigation of light dispersion in prism 8. Investigation of refractive index of solutions by refractometer 9. Investigation of thermal radiation 10. Stefan and Boltzmann law verification 11. Investigation of photoelectric effect 12. Einstein‘s law verification 13. Investigation of internal photoeffect of semiconductor photoresistor 14. Temperature dependence of semiconductor conductivity 15. Investigation of tunnel effect of p-n 16. Qualitative spectral analysis 17. Franck-Hertz experiment 18. Investigation of attenuation of g rays in material

Usage area: General Physics Laboratory works are carried out by the first and second year students at KTU.

Keywords: Mechanics, electrodynamics, electromagnetism, and molecular physics. Optics, semiconductors, radioactivity ( radiation), photoelectric effect and atomic physics.

Description: Laboratory of Physical Technologies Works are designed for deeper understanding of physical phenomena in various sensors, for improvement of skills in presentation and estimation of received data. The equipment for changing the magnetic field, temperature, electrical current, voltage, displacement values are used in these works. Measurements are carried out using ammeters, voltmeters, digital storage oscilloscope, thermocouple thermometers.

Technical specification: Basics of vaccum physics and technologies 1. Measuring of air viscosity coefficient for low vacuum case. 2. Measuring of air heat conductivity coefficient for low vacuum case. 3. Measuring of positive displacement vacuum pump pumping speed. 4. Measurement of low pressures. Physical principles of sensors 1. Investigation of the magnetic field sensor. 2. Investigation of Peltier phenomenon. 3. Investigation of the resistance temperature detectors. 4. The use of the optical interferometric sensor for displacement and vibrations measurements.

Usage area: Basics of vaccum physics and technologies and Physical principles of sensors laboratory works are performed by students of faculty of mathematics and natural sciences during postgraduate programs in Applied Physics and Materials Science. Extended study properties of gases at low pressures and modern vacuum practice, low and high vacuum realizing technology by different vacuum pumps are on investigation. Vacuum measurements by thermal and electrical methods are used. Laboratories are aimed for bachelor studies in physics and material science.

Keywords: The physical basis and technology of vacuum, vacuum pumps, measurement of vacuum, phenomena in low pressure gases, sensor, sensor of the physical value, the sensor characteristics, physical principle

Description: Physics test models focus to demonstrate the operation of the laws of physics, under certain conditions, a better understanding of the functioning laws of physics. Equipment is used in mechanical movements changes, heat flow, electrical and magnetic fields changes, a light beam dynamics, radiation measurement performing. Computer equipment, video camera and projector are used.

Technical specification: A. Mechanics I. Translation 1. Hanging lead ball – inertia; 2. Rail with air pillow – impulse conservation; 3. Rocket – impulse conservation.] II. Rotation 1. Whirligig; 2. Gyroscope. 3. Rotating table (Zhukovsky chair); III. Oscillations; 1. Mathematical pendulum; 2. Physical pendulum; 3. Auto oscillations (clock pendulum); 4. The sum of oscillations demonstration with oscilloscope and a tuning fork; 5. The spring pendulum. 6. Particle movement in wave model with beads. 7. Mach wave machine; 8. Demonstrations with wave pool; 9. Standing waves along the chord with electromagnetic oscillator. IV. Mechanical energy 1. Maxwell's pendulum. B. Thermodynamics 1. Critical status (heated ampoule with ether); 2. The liquid nitrogen properties. C. Fluid Mechanics 1. Bernoulli equation operation in falling liquid stream. D. Electromagnetism I. Electrostatics: 1. Hanging electrified bodies interaction; 2. Electrophoretic machine, electrostatic mill; 3. The electrostatic field lines formation; 4. Electrical charging of soap bubbles; II. The electrostatic field in materials: 1. Change of the capacitors charge with changing materials; 2. Water flow distortion near to the electrified body. III. Electrical current in gases: 1. Electrical discharge in rarefied gases; 2. Plasma ball, discharge in fluorescent lamps; 3. Electrophoretic machine, spark discharge. IV. The magnetic field in vacuum and matter: 1. Magnets, magnets interaction; 2. Diamagnetism of pyrolytic graphite; 3. The magnetic field of current (the straight wire, solenoid, toroid); 4. The moving electrons interaction with the magnetic field (the Lorentz force); 5. The current interaction with the magnetic field (Ampere force); 6. Hysteresis of ferromagnetic materials magnetization; 7. Weakening of ferromagnetic properties due to high temperature Curie point. V. Electromagnetic induction: 1. Faraday test; 2. "Hanging" rings; 3. Foucault currents in conducting pendulum; 4. Slow magnet fall in conductive pipe; 5. Diamagnetism of the superconductor. 6. Hanging globe with a magnet. VI. Electromagnetic waves: 1. The electromagnetic wave model; 2. The electromagnetic waves propagation tests; 3. Oscillatory circuit testing. E. Geometrical and wave optics I. Geometrical optics: 1. Refraction and reflection of light; 2. Total internal reflection; 3. Optical fibers. II. Wave optics: 1. Fresnel biprism; 2. Newton's rings; 3. Diffraction for filament and slit; 4. Diffraction grating ( complex cases); 5. Holograms. III. Interaction of light with matter: 1. White light propagation through a prism; 2. The polarizers; 3. The double refraction of light in Iceland Telldahl crystal; 4. Rotation of the polarization plane in optically active materials; 5. Artificial anisotropy of deformed body. 6. Demonstration of liquid crystal display light polarization. F. Quantum optics: I. The thermal radiation laws: 1. Thermal radiation spectrum variation showing through the prism with the projector; 2. Thermal radiation measurement display with a battery of thermocouples; 3. Remote thermometer. 4. Light pressure - light mill. II. External photoelectric effect: 1. The electrically charged zinc plate unloading with quartz lamp; 2. The photoelectric cell. G. Basics of atom physics: I. Emission spectra 1. Hg and Na lamps spectra display; 2. Light filters; 3. X-ray lamp. II. Laser: 1. Helium-neon laser structure; 2. Semiconductor lasers with different colors. H. Solid state physics elements: 1. The crystal lattice models; 2. The semiconductor photo resistor; 3. The solar battery; 4. The hydrogen fuel cell. I. Atomic nucleus physics elements: 1. Geiger counter; 2. Geiger counter signals.

Usage area: Models are used during lectures of teaching modules "Physics 1, Physics 2, Physics 3 and other physical modules.

Keywords: Physics demonstration, test model of physics, physics demonstration model, physics experiments, demo cabinet.

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Keywords: Surface Enhanced Raman spectroscopy, SERS

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Keywords: AFM, morphology

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Keywords: AFM, roughness

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Keywords: UV-Vis spectroscopy, optical properties

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Keywords: UV-Vis measurements in real time

Keywords: digital x-ray diagnostics, parameter analysis

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Keywords: x-ray diagnostics, methods, irradiance, radiation

Keywords: UV-Vis spectrometry, reflection measurements, transparency measurements, optical measurements, dark field observation

Keywords: UV-Vis spectrometry, measurements of mechanical properties, measurements of structural properties, optical measurements, Raman scattering, materials

Keywords: elementary and complex semiconductors; etching of semiconductors, dielectrics and conductors; active gas plasma

Keywords: selective etching, etching anisotropy, surface layer`s elemental structure change, inhibitor formation and use, hidden layer formation

Keywords: amorphouos carbon and diamond-like carbon films, nonostructures, hidden layers, forming, investigation

Keywords: ulstrasound, contact methods, non-contact methods, immersive methods

Keywords: ulstrasound, invasive methods, non-invasive methods

Keywords: technological processes, mathematical modellling

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Keywords: financial instruments, portfolio, dynamics of asset prices, options

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Keywords: Markov chain, Phase -type distribution, Mathematical model, approximation

Keywords: Time series, attractrs, chaos, prediction

Keywords: Visual cryptography, information hiding and communication

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Keywords: E-signature, ciphers, authentification, Identification

Keywords: Cryptographic data protection, e-document systems

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Keywords: Failure rate prognosis, estimation of error probability, reliability analysis and control

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Keywords: Risk minimisation, safety systems research, uncertainty estimation and sensitivity analysis

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Keywords: Meteorological extremes, climate change, rare and unexpected events, probabilistic model

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Keywords: Equipment failures, human errors, survivability and longevity analysis

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Keywords: Uncertainty of data, parameters and results, probabilistic sensitivity analysis

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Keywords: Automatic modelling, expert judgement, information fusion

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Keywords: Models and software for data analysis, regression analysis, logistic regression analysis, analysis of variance, factor analysis, time series analysis, quality control

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Keywords: Data mining methods and software, decision making, mining frequent patterns, classification, cluster analysis, outlier detection

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Keywords: Data visualization, statistical graphics, multidimensional scaling, interactive visual data mining

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Keywords: Pension funds, statistical analysis, scenario and strategy analysis

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