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Institute of Physics
V. Ye. Lashkaryov Institute of Semiconductor Physics
G. V. Kurdyumov Institute for Metal Physics
M. M. Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics
Main Astronomical Observatory
Crimean Laser Observatory within Main Astronomical Observatory
Institute of Magnetism under NAS and MES of Ukraine
Institute of Applied Problems of Physics and Biophysics
International Center ‘Institute of Applied Optics’
B. I. Verkin Institute for Low Temperature Physics and Engineering
O. Ya. Usikov Institute for Radio Physics and Electronics
Institute of Radio Astronomy
Institute of Ionosphere under NAS and MES of Ukraine
Donetsk O. O. Galkin Institute of Physics and Engineering
Institute for Physics of Mining Processes
Institute for Condensed Matter Physics
Institute of Electron Physics
‘Reactivelectron’ R&D Center
A. I. Kalmykov Center for Radio Physical Sensing of the Earth under NAS and NSA of Ukraine
Institute for Condensed Matter Physics 
1 Svientsitskoho St., 79011, Lviv, Ukraine
Phone/fax: (032) 276 1978 , (032) 276 1158
Ihor M. Mryglod,
NAS corresponding member

Founded on September 7, 1990.

Its primary research areas are:

- statistical theory of solids and soft matter;

- computer modelling of physical processes and evaluation of basic physical characteristics of condensed systems.

Principal research achievements and developments:

The Institute has obtained numerous significant fundamental results. These rely on novel theoretical approaches: the method of displacements and collective variables; integral equation techniques for ionic and ion-molecular systems with associative interactions; the method of approximate renormalization group transformation in the scheme of layerwise integration; multi-density formalism for association effects in liquids; the method of site operators for many-level systems and a relevant technique for calculating correlation functions; the method of symmetrized Green’s functions; the approach of generalized collective modes etc. These methods were employed in elaborating microscopic theories for compound liquids and electrolyte solutions, self-association liquids, electrolyte films and membranes, colloidal systems, quantum Bose and Fermi systems, metals and alloys, crystalline and disordered systems with strong short-range interactions, ferroelectric crystals and hydrogen-bonded systems, phase transitions, optical and deformation effects in crystals and in many other studies.

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