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Institute of Physics

General Information

The Institute of Physics of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences (ANAS) was established in 1945 originating from the Physical Department of the Azerbaijan Branch of the former USSR Academy of Sciences. Now Institute of Physics is one of the largest scientific Institutions of ANAS.

The Staff of the Institute comprises 726 workers including 7-Full Members and 3-Associate Members of ANAS, 195 Dr. Sc., 85 PhDs and 447 research workers. There are 39 research laboratories and 6 functional subdivisions of scientific service in the Institute.

Institute’s Focus

Institute’s areas of core competencies include the following:

  • Kinetic occurrences in solids and material studies for electronic engineering;
  • Physics of low sized and non-regulated systems;
  • Physical principles of luminescence, development of luminescent techniques and technology;
  • Development of physical, technical and technological principles of power engineering;
  • Electron converters, physical bases and techniques of spectroscopy;
  • Electromagnetic and acoustic optical processes in semiconductors and dielectrics;
  • Physics of elementary particles, cosmic rays and development of nuclear technology.

Valuable Technology Offerings

  • Photo-detector for acousto-optic consistent filter;
  • Production of new scintillation materials for detector of ion beams;
  • Creation of micro-pixel avalanche photo-diodes (joint with YINR, Russia and Company ZECOTEK Photonics Ins. Canada);
  • Monitor for charged particle flux registration;
  • Thin films of double and ternary compounds and solar elements on thin basis: production, photoelectric and optical properties;
  • Hydrogen converter on the base of porous silicon: production, electric properties.

Scientific Cooperation and Technology Transfer

Institute of Physics collaborates with international laboratories and institutes:

  • University of Osaka and University of Technology Naqaoko, Japan
  • Kharkov National University, Ukraine;
  • California University, USA;
  • A.M. Prokhorov Institute of General Physics, Russia;
  • Institute of Solid State Physics, Russia;
  • Institute of Physics, Dagestan Department of RAS;
  • University of Aksaray and University Gazi, Turkey;
  • Pierre and Marie Curie Institute, France;
  • Abdul Salam Centre of Theoretical Physics, Italy;
  • Weisman Rokhovot Institute of Science, Israel;
  • Darmstadt University, Germany;
  • International Association of Academy of Sciences.

Contact Details

Academician Arif M.Gashimov, Director
Address: 40, Patamdar road H. Javid ave. AZ 1143 Baku, Azerbaijan
Tel: (+994 12) 438 7646
Fax: (+994 12) 447 0456
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Chief Technology Commercialization Officer Dr. Hasan Askerov
Tel: (+994 12) 732 4268; (+050) 300 446 07
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