Institute for Photonic Technologies of the Crystallography and Photonics Research Centre of the RAS
The Institute is a division of the Crystallography and Photonics Research Centre of the RAS that used to be the Department for perspective laser technologies of the Institute for Laser and Information Technologies Problems before 2016
Its main areas of scientific research are biophotonics, opic, radio and acoustic electronics, optical connections, lasers and laser technologies; elemental basis and materials for microelectronics, nanoelectronics, quantum computers and optical information networks, nano- and microsystem equipment; devices, systems and technologies for medical applications, intelligent systems for medicine.
Institute of Spectroscopy of the RAS
The Institute was founded in 1968 on the basis of the Laboratory of the Spectroscopy Committee in the frames of the Department of general physics and astronomy of the AS of the USSR. The Institute conducts spectroscopic research of atoms, molecules, condensed media, plasma, laser and analytical spectroscopy, development and production of unique equipment for key areas of fundamental and applied research.
Troitsk Scientific Centre of the RAS
The Centre was established as the Board of directors of institutes of the scientific city of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR in 1964. In 1991 the Board was renamed to the Scientific Centre of the RAS. In 2009 it got the title of Troitsk Scientific Centre of the RAS. The Centre incorporates 8 scientific institutes.
It conducts fundamental and applied research in the key areas of physics, takes part in the coordination of research under regional programs and projects aimed at social and economic development of Troitsk.
Administration of Troitsk
Troitsk provides location to 10 scientific research institutes. The city-forming scientific establishments conduct fundamental and applied research in the areas of nuclear physics, nuclear energy, superconductivity, solar-earth physics, optics, technologies for superhard materials, laser technologies and others.
The results of scientific research have received world recognition and are well-known outside of Russia. The institutes of the city have scientific connections with the world's most prestigious scientific centres of the USA, Italy, England, Germany, France, Netherlands, Sweden, South Korea, Bulgaria, Poland, Brazil, Israel, Switzerland, China, Japan and other countries.
Troitsk can be proud that it welcomed many Nobel prize laureates and world’s famous scientists.
2016 saw the Strategy of development of the city till 2032 and the corresponding Road map. These documents are long-term and aim at strengthening the scientific and production potential of the city and turning Troitsk into the centre of innovative economics with high living standards.
Тroitsk Innovation Cluster
Troitsk Innovation Regional Cluster for new materials, laser and radiation technologies is a powerful science and research centre that focuses on research areas of science and technology that are a national priority – laser and nuclear physics, physics of elementary particles, controlled thermonuclear synthesis, high energy physics, high pressure physics, plasma physics, physics of the Earth, planets and the Sun, spectrometry, magnetometry, quantum physics, radiosounding.
The Cluster’s major organisations are located in Troitsk, 20 km south-west of Moscow. The territory of the research centre is 1/3 of the city area. In 2007 Troitsk received the title of a science city. Since July 1, 2012 the city has been a part of Moscow in the course of the program of expanding the territory of the capital city.
Key scientific specialisations of the Cluster are new materials, laser and radiation technologies. A number of world level research in the area of nanolithography has been done recently using state-of-the-art radiation technologies in cooperation with world’s leaders in microelectronics equipment.
The Cluster includes leading research institutes, higher and professional education establishments, innovation infrastructure objects, high-tech small and medium-size businesses.