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Research Laboratory of Space Research is carrying out the project entitled ‘Development of a new generation of fast learning neural network recognition tools for the wide class of chemicals (highly intelligent artificial nose) on the basis of solid-state gas-sensitive matrices’ within the governmental program ‘Research and development in priority areas of Russian scientific and technological sector for 2014-2020’, under ‘Environmental Management ‘ direction.The object of applied research and experimental development (ARED) performed within the project are the means and methods of selective detection and recognition of a wide class of chemicals on the basis of solid-state gas-sensitive matrices (SSGSM) using a fast learning neural network.The purpose of ARED is research and development of a complex of scientific, technical and software solutions designed to create a new generation of fast learning means of neural network recognition for a wide class of chemicals (highly intelligent artificial nose) on the basis of GSSSM.The project is carried out in close cooperation with the Industrial and Technological Center UralAlmazInvest. Industrial partner of the project - NPP MikropriborThe results obtained will be analyzed for further theoretical research on methods and algorithms for detection and identification of gas mixes, as well as development of the complex software implementation of wide-range neural network tools for chemical recognition.The actual results of the research project were presented at the exhibition VUZPROMEKSPO-2015 on 2-4 December 2015 in the format of the poster session and are published on the official site of the laboratory.