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   Mainstream of our Department encompasses a wide range of tasks related to syntheses and applications of intrinsically conducting polymers (ICP) and their composites. Thus, one of the most important directions of our work is syntheses and investigations of multifunctional host-guest (core-shell) hybrid nanocomposites of ICP (e.g. polyaniline, polythiophene, polypyrrole and their derivatives) with both polymers of other nature and inorganic nanoparticles (semiconductor, dielectric, magnetic etc.). A considerable attention is paid to investigations and development of applications of
these materials in sensor, photovoltaic and electrochromic devises, biological systems, EMI shielding and antistatic and anticorrosion protection etc.
      One more important direction is electrochemical simulation and regulation of redox-processes, which run in biosystems  with participation of oxygen and active intermediates of its reduction. This direction includes also determination of an antioxidant efficiency, electrochemical study and modelling supramolecular interaction of bioactive organic compounds.
intrinsically conducting polymers, ICP, electrochromic devices, nanocomposites, ECD, gas sensor, photovoltaic, electrochemical simulation and regulation of redox-processes, poly(3-methylthiophene), P3MT, poly(3-alkylthiophene), P3HT, PEDOT:PSS, PEDOT