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experience in participation in international programs and projects


“Experience in participation ininternational programs and projects”

V. Lashkarev Institute of Semiconductor Physics

National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

41 Prospect Nauki, 03028 Kiev, Ukraineweb-site:www.web.isp.kiev.ua





The project aims to:

Open up the novel exploratory and transnational collaborative research to the participating countries and enhance their cooperation with EU researchers and stimulate new multidisciplinary achievements.

Inform and assist the potential partners from the Eastern European countries in FP7, particularly in the visionary research areas, its objectives, its rules and mechanisms for participation.

Support EU researchers to find “counterparts” in the participating countries in order to formulate consortia and jointly participate in Frontier Research areas of FP7.




  • The project consists of:
  • a mapping exercise which is expected to result in a searchable database containing the profiles of active researchers and research organisations/units from the partner countries.
  • a series of awareness events and activities which will aim to facilitate the collaboration between research organisations/units from EU and the above-mentioned Eastern European countries and increase participation in calls for proposals under FP7, addressed to the areas of Frontier Research.



Activities promoting collaboration:

A Database: containing the contact details and the scientific interests of the researchers in the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Belarus and Republic of Moldova will assist both EU and researchers from the above mentioned countries in identifying counterparts. The Database will be accessible through the website, during and beyond the project’s lifecycle.

Networks: Existing tools and networks will be utilised for the benefit of the researchers from the Eastern European countries.




  • Awareness Activities /Events:
  • Information days:Five information days focused on the 7th Framework Programme will be organised close to the date of the first call for proposals for novel exploratory research areas under the Cooperation Programme of FP7, by the partners in their premises.
  • Timetable for the organisation of the information days is the following:
  • Center for Advanced Studies/St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University (CAS),Russian Federation, St Petersburg, 20 February 2007
  • M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU),Moscow, 21 February 2007
  • Institute of Semiconductor Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (ISP/NASU),Kiev, 23 February 2007
  • Academy of Science of Moldova/Centre of Optoelectronics of the Institute of Applied Physics (ASM),Moldova, 30 March 2007
  • Centre of Information Technology (CIT),Belarus,dateto be defined
  • Workshops: Each partner from the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Belarus and Republic of Moldova will organise a workshop in their premises, tailored to the specific needs of the local researchers/research organisations, so as to increase participation in calls for proposals under FP7.



  • Dissemination Activities:
    • Website: Design and development of a website related to the scientific interests of researchers from the EU andthe Eastern European countries.
    • (http://www.nisnest.gr)
    • Links: Links to relevant projects will be provided.
    • E-newsletter: An e-newsletter will be published and distributed on a quarterly basis. Two issues of the E-newsletter are available in the NIS-NEST website (http://www.nisnest.gr)
    • Articles/announcements: Publication of articles and announcements regarding the project will aim to increase the visibility of the services provided.


Key facts

  • Project starting date: 1 May 2006
  • Duration: 24 months
  • Funding: DG Research/ FP6/ Nest Programme
  • Partners: Seven partners from 6 countries: Hellas, France, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova
    • National Documentation Centre/NHRF (EKT/NHRF), Coordinator, Hellas
    • Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA), France
    • M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU), Russian Federation
    • Center for Advanced Studies/St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University (CAS), Russian Federation
    • Institute of Semiconductor Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (ISP/NASU), Ukraine
    • Centre of Information Technology (CIT), Belarus
    • Academy of Science of Moldova/Centre of Optoelectronics of the Institute of Applied Physics (ASM), Republic of Moldova
institute overview
Institute Overview
  • Founded:

ISP was founded in 1960 on the basis of several departments and laboratories of the Institute of Physics of the NASU as a leading research center specializing in semiconductor materials and devices science.

  • Staff:

Total staff is 727 persons including 3 Academicians of NASU, 9 Corresponding Members of NASU, 86 Dr. Sci. (including 51 Professors) and 204 Cand. Sci. (Ph.D).

  • Institute’s structure:

Investigations and elaborations are carried out by

8 scientific divisions that consist of research subdivisions: 30 departments and 5 laboratories.

institute overview additional o rganizations and s ubdivisions at isp
Institute OverviewAdditional organizations and subdivisions at ISP
  • The self-financing Special Design-and-TechnologyBureau with a Pilot Production Line at ISP.
  • The technology park“Semiconductor technologies and materials, optoelectronics and sensor technique”.
  • The center for equipment sharing in NASU “Diagnostics of semiconductor materials, structures and device systems”.
  • The testing laboratoryfor holographic safety elements (certified in accordance with the International Standard ISO 9001).
  • The centraltesting laboratoryfor semiconductor materials science (certificate of accreditation by the Ukrainian State Production Center for standardization, metrology and certification).
  • The centerfor testing photoconverters and photoelectric batteries (certificate of accreditation by the Derzhspozhivstandart of Ukraine);
  • The center“Cryogenic sensors and thermometry”.

Institute OverviewInstitute’s focus

ISP isengaged in fundamental and applied research in the following areas:

  • semiconductor materials science;
  • interaction between electromagnetic radiation and matter;
  • semiconductor optics, spectroscopy and photonics;
  • physics of low-dimensional structures, micro- and nanoelectronics;
  • optoelectronics and solar energetics;
  • technologies and materials for sensors;
  • infrared engineering and microwave electronics.

Institute OverviewInstitute’s Capabilities

  • ISP is the leading scientific organization in Ukraine in the areas of physics, engineering and technology of semiconductors and semiconductor devices.
  • ISP can be competitive in the world market in the following lines:
    • sensor electronics: - sensors of physical quantities (such as temperature, magnetic field, strains, pressure, electromagnetic radiation - optical, IR and UV, ionizing radiation), electronic devices and systems based on them, as well as chemical sensors and their systems;
    • advanced materials for semiconductor electronics, optoelectronics and solar power engineering;
    • methods, techniques and systems for diagnostics of semiconductor materials, sensors and device structures.

Institute OverviewInstitute’s Capabilities

A broad-ranging technologies and devices for transfer and commercialization, offered by ISP, include:-

  • a variety of physical, chemical and biological sensors, and diagnostic systems;
  • microwave devices;
  • solar elements;
  • optoelectronic devices;
  • electroluminescence displays;
  • low-cost self-assembling technology for nano-electro- mechanical systems (NEMS);
  • ultra-fast light-emission sources, etc.

Institute OverviewInstitute’s Capabilities

The main competitive advantage of ISP is highly skilled research personnel that:-

  • has mastered modern science,
  • can generate advanced scientific ideas,
  • has gained experience of work at the leading scientific institutions of the world.

There exist widely known scientific schools under guidance of leading scientists:-

  • physics of semiconductors (founder – V.E.Lashkaryv);
  • theory of solids (founder – S.I.Pekar and M.F.Deygen);
  • optoelectronics (founder – S.V.Svechnikov);
  • optics and spectroscopy (founder – M.P.Lysytsya);
  • physics of surface and microelectronics (founders – O.V.Snitko and V.I.Lyashenko)

These factors ensure competitive ability of ISP as an academic research institution and compensate (to some extent) the absence of modern equipment owing to possibility of performing experimental works in the leading research centers of Europe, USA and Japan.


Institute OverviewInstitute’s Capabilities

  • There exists scientific cooperation between ISP and the universities, research centers and laboratories both in Ukraine and abroad (USA, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Israel, Sweden, Japan, Greece, China, Poland, Bulgaria, Russia) that is aimed mostly at joint scientific researches.
  • In some directions, there also exist business contacts and supplies of rather small batches of experimental products (materials and devices) from ISP to the business companies and universities in USA, UK, Italy France, China, Switzerland, Taiwan, Slovakia, Poland and Russia.
  • The ISP is quite active in international scientific cooperation and grant competitions. A number of projects were executed in the framework of STCU, NATO, EU INTAS and INCO-COPERNICUS programs, and Network of Excellence of the 6th Framework Program.
  • Continuing those traditions, ISP is also involved in several international projects that are now funding by EU 7th Framework Program.

Institute OverviewInstitute’s Capabilities

  • Because of its participation in the competitive international and national scientific programs and projects, ISP has organized several laboratories and centers where the up-to-date equipment is used.
  • The researchers of ISP have also gained certain experience in establishment of “start-up” companies, as well as commercialization and introduction of their designs and technologies into the domestic and world markets.
  • “MicroSensor” Company www.microsensor.com.ua has been organized to commercialize the scientific developments of ISP.In its activity, it is based on several designs and technologies by ISP.This company successfully supplies, both at home and abroad, rather small batches of novel sensors of temperature and magnetic field for use in sensor electronics for cryogenics application, as well as develops new multifunctional sensors and devices.
institute overview key funding sources for institute s budget in 2008
Institute OverviewKey funding sources for Institute’s budget in 2008

Non-governmental financing(20%):

Innovation programs

Special fund

Governmental Financing (80%):

Application developments

Governmental scientific and technical programs

Fundamental researches