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Institute of Laser and Information Technologies
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Federal official body of science Institute of Laser and Information Technologies, Russian Academy of Sciences (ILIT RAS) (up to 1998 - NITSTL Academy of Sciences - Research on technological lazepam tsent.pe of the Russian Academy of Sciences, until 2012 the official name - The establishment of the Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of Laser and Information Technologies (ILIT RAS)) ILIT RAS was founded in 1979. The idea of ​​creating the Centre belongs to Academician EP Velikhov. The official name in English - Institute on Laser and Information Technologies of the Russian Academy of Sciencies (ILIT RAS). Organizational ILIT RAS is a member of the Division of Nanotechnologies and Information Technologies, Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS ONIT). The Institute participates in the Coordinating Council on Optics and Laser Physics at the Presidium of RAS .. The Institute develops fundamental and applied problems of laser and information technologies. He is one of the leading national institutions for the development of powerful technological CO2-lasers, as well as technologies and equipment based on them.
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