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Welcome to the website of the Institute of Chemistry named after V.I. Nikitin Academy of Sciences, Republic of Tajikistan!

On our site here is the information about the Institute, its history, the scientific team, postgraduate, international projects and cooperation. You can contact us at the contact information.

With best regards, Director of the Institute Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor, Zayniddin Kamarovich Muhidinov

Institute of Chemistry V.I. Nikitin ASRT is a center for the development of chemical science in the Republic of Tajikistan. At the Institute of Chemistry V.I. Nikitin ASRT are working 101 employees, including 69 scientists: 5 academicians of ASRT, 16 doctors of which 10 are professors and 24 candidates of sciences.

Institute of Chemistry V.I. Nikitin AS RT carries out its activities in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Tajikistan “On Science and State Scientific and Technical Policy,” “About the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tajikistan”, “Strategy of the Republic of Tajikistan in the field of science and technology for 2007-2015.” Statutes of the Chemistry Institute. At present, the Institute is working on the improvement of cooperation of scientific research, training of highly qualified professionals, finding new extra-budgetary sources of funding research projects, the expansion of international scientific relations, reform of the Institute structure and improve its activities. The Institute is contributing in the main three strategic direction related on R&D, which were stated by President of the Republic of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon in the annual message to the Parliament (Majlisi Oli) of the Republic of Tajikistan and at the his meetings with the representatives of science and education, traditionally held in the new year- Navruz.

The basic document defining the activities ASRT to reform the structure and organization of activities of research institutions ASRT, including the Institute of Chemistry, in the coming years is the “Republic of Tajikistan Strategy of Science Technology for 2016-2030”. So, on the proposal of ASRT Government adopted the “List of priority research areas in the Republic of Tajikistan for 2016-2020.”.

The Institute has postgraduate and doctoral studies, where one doctoral and 18 graduate student are involved.

The new structure of the Institute adopted by the Academic Council (Minutes №01 of 05.14.2014) and approved by the department of physical, mathematical, chemical, geological and technical sciences Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tajikistan, from 19th May of 2014.

The Institute is currently conducting research for the subsequent priorities directions:

• Aluminum alloys for the technology of electrochemical processes, protection against corrosion and materials on their basis for the mechanical engineering; complex processing of mineral resources and industrial wastes of the Republic of Tajikistan;

• Biopolymers from agriculture byproducts and their complexes to create new materials for the food industry and medicine;

• Synthesis and research of biologically active synthetic and natural materials;

• Geochemistry of sedimentary process, the use of atomic emission, electrochemical analysis and other methods of natural and technical materials;

Development of scientific basis of deep processing of coal technology Tajik depression and synthesis of useful organic products.

During 2010-2013 employees of Institute of Chemistry, in accordance with the directions and listed, published more than 480 scientific papers, received 26 patents of the Republic of Tajikistan. Seven international and republican scientific-practical conferences and seminars were conducted.

Actual costs of research and development in 2014 were as follows: - 1,844,533 somoni.

Over the past 10 years, the Institute within the framework of ISTC 10 projects and of the European Union on R&D spent 2.582 million US dollars, including field trips.

As a result of these projects at the Institute uncovered modern analytical and physico-chemical instruments necessary for carrying out R&D at a high level.