Atomic and Molecular Physics Laboratory
Molecule Optical Polarization Laboratory
Laboratory of Astrospectroscopy
Laser-manipulation laboratory
1. Institute of Atomic Physics and Spectroscopy - Centre of Excellence for Basic Research in Nanoscale Physics and Applications (European Commission, Competitive and sustainable growth (2002 – 2005))

2. Study and application of high-order atomic and molecular polarization moments (NATO Collaborative Linkage grant with University of California, Berkeley (USA) and Jagelonian University, Krakow (Poland). (2003 – 2005))

3. COST action G7 - Advanced Artwork Restoration and Conservation Methods Using Laser Technologies (2000 - 2006)

4. State-to-state energy transfer between ultracold H2S molecules (NATO Collaborative Linkage grant with University of Oklahoma, (USA) and Israel Institute of Technology - Technion, (Israel). (2002 – 2004))

5. Sensitive detection of Chemical Agents by Laser Manipulation of Ionization in Gases - Reintegration grant for Dr. A. Ekers, NATO Collaborative programme (2004 - 2007)

6. Study of atomic vapor layers of nanometric thickness and atom-surface interaction, INTAS project for South Caucasian Republics - coordinator Prof. Stefka Cartaleva, Bulgaria (2007 - 2008)

7. Development of new atomic clocks using coherent population trapping resonances excited by an optical frequency comb, INTAS project for pace Technologies with CNES (Centre National d'Etudes spatiales) and NSAU (National Space Agency of Ukraine) - coordinator Prof. Marcis Auzinsh, Latvia (2007 - 2008)

8. Nanosize materials for photonics and optoelectronics based on a alkali metal vapour, European Regional Development Foundation - coordinator Prof. Marcis Auzinsh, Latvia (2006 - 2008)