Head of the Department – Shushanik Andreasyan

Born 20.09.1978.


1984 –1995   Vedu  Secondary School graduated with a medal.

From 1995 to  2000, he studied at  the EPE Chemistry Fa­Ku-L­tet, graduating­ from  pharmaceutical chemistry and provisor qualifications.

Work Activity

­­­ ­­ ­  Adopted in 2005 as an ­expert at the ­United Nations Physical Chemical­ Examination ­Laboratory as ­   an expert and then in ­ 2008. as a  senior expert.

Since 2021, he ­ has ­­­worked  ­ as  head­ of the reorganized Materials,  Fire  , and Electrical Investigation Division of ­the POKC.

­­ He  has   earned a  number of   thanksgiving,   gifts,  conferences, physical  and chemical­ techniques,  liquids containing  spray,  ­ ­ There are  ­ criminal examinations of petroleum  and fuel materials,  metals, and  items made from them­.­

He’s married and has two children.

Types and subtypes of examinations carried out

09. Physical chemical research, including:

09-02 lacquer and paintings,

09-03 petroleum and fuel testing,

09-04 metals and compounds,

09-06 precious and semi-precious stones, minerals, minerals,

09-07 materials of glass, silicon, ceramic or similar origin,

09-08 rubber, plastic or other polymer materials,

09-11 unknown origin materials,

10. Food and drink research, including:

10-04 alcohol, weak alcohol, non-alcoholic beverages and their quality of raw materials,

12. Fire technical research, including:

12-01 fire-damaged buildings and buildings, other objects or structures,

12-02 fire-damaged land,

12-03 mobile property damaged by fire,

12-04 fire-fighting regimes for materials and equipment, including technological processes,

12-05 technological processes, compliance with the requirements of technological equipment, buildings, fire safety regulations, their fire-safety, and fire equipment.

17. Electrical research, including:

17-01 Radio electronic, electrical, and electromagnetic life-sustaining equipment.

Directions of expert research of the Department of Materials Science, fire-technical and electrical expertise

09-02 Testing of Lacquer and Covers

Research objects:

  • Covers of painted objects and particles of the painting separated from them (traces).
  • ingredients of dyes.
  • Objects and objects associated with painted surfaces and the traces and particles of the paint produced by interaction.

Research Problems:

  • The discovery of particles (traces) of covers or dyes.
  • Determination of chemical nature, composition, type, meaning, structural characteristics, and usage.
  • The identification of painted objects according to the research into the traces of dyes.
  • Decision or identification of gender, group belongings, and identification of the source of origin.
  • Identifying the fact of the redesign of objects.

09-03 Testing of Petroleum and Fuel Materials

Research objects:

  • Fuel materials, including recycling foods for carbon dioxide and leaflets, and their traces.
  • Components of the petrochemical nature of flammable liquids, solvents, and other objects.

Research Problems:

  • Detection of traces of petroleum and fuel.
  • Identifying the belongings of petroleum and fuel.
  • Determination of the types of petroleum and fuel materials.
  • Decision or identification of gender, group belongings.
  • Determination of the nature and reasons for the modification of petroleum and fuel materials.

09-04 Testing of Metals and Combinations

Research objects:

  • The metals and their combinations.
  • Objects and objects made of metals and their compounds (including jewelry, metal pipes, etc.).
  • Objects with traces of metals and their compounds.

Research Problems:

  • The discovery of metal microscopes and traces, the determination of traces of metal types and metal compounds.
  • The determination of the quality and quantity of metal objects.
  • Comparative research, gender, group property, or identification of items made of metals and combinations.
  • Identifying the general manufacturing source of comparable metal objects.

09-06 Testing of precious and semi-precious stones, minerals, minerals

Research Objects

  • The minerals,
  • Natural, precious and semi-precious crystals and crafted stones,
  • Naturally similar artificial stones, as well as similarities,
  • Cosmetic items and jewelry containing the stones mentioned above.

The Problems of Research

  • Determination of the physical indicators of research objects /hardness, density, optical properties, etc.,
  • detection of crystals and stone defects, cracks, inclusions, etc.,
  • Identifying the quality of cultivated stones,
  • Classification of stones by species),
  • Natural and artificial distinction between stones and similarities.

09-07 Testing materials of glass, silicon, ceramics, or other similar backgrounds

Research Objects

  • Glass, glassware, and microscopes (footprints)

The Problems of Research

  • the identification of a specific glass object,
  • the determination of one whole (ir) of pieces or microscopes,
  • the determination of the gender, group belongings, or identification of an object (item) or material that makes it up,
  • The discovery and identification of microscopes of glass material at the examined object, the determination of a certain gender or group.

09-08 Testing of rubber, plastic, or other polymer materials

Research objects:

  • Plastics, rubber, polymers, and objects made from them.

Research Problems:

  • The identification of an object searched (oronel) in whole parts or by the nature of the material.
  • Identifying the source of the origin.
  • Identifying the causes, nature, and reasons for the modification of an object.

09-11 Testing of Unknown Origin Materials

Research objects:

  • Unknown composition and structure materials, their traces, and their layers on objects and objects.

Research Problems:

  • Determination of the structure and composition of an unknown material, Exploration of traces and layers of unknown materials on objects and objects, clarification of their structure and composition, as well as clarification of trace mechanisms.

10-04 Testing quality rates of alcohol, weak alcohol, non-alcoholic beverages, and their raw materials

Research objects:

  • Factory-containing liquids (rings and special rings, cones, grapes and fruit wines, and a variety of liqueur-link products).
  • Liquids containing spirals made in minerals (self-absorbed ring, brags, chacha, and homemade ring).
  • Objects carrying residues of spray-containing fluids.
  • Equipment (used) for the preparation of spirits (spirits, wines, and other alcoholic beverages).

Research Problems:

  • Clarification of the nature of the soup, the distinction between alcoholic beverages, their classification by type and label.
  • Identification of compliance/incompatibility/compliance with the Standard or TP.
  • the explanation of preparation technology.
  • Identifying the raw materials and weather used to make spirits.

12 Fire Testing

Research objects:

  • The site of the fire.
  • Objects and materials found at the fire site.
  • Electric wires, insurers and electrical appliances.
  • A fire station (the source of the burning).

Research Problems:

  • Identifying a fire stove.
  • Identifying the local and spread of the fire.
  • Identifying the causes of the fire.
  • A decision to comply with the designated standards of the electricity network at the fire site.

17 Electrical Testing

Research objects:

  • Electric systems.
  • Electrical devices and accessories.

Research Problems:

  • Decision to comply with the dark standards and measurements of electrical devices and scratchers.
  • Identifying the causes of electrical injuries, electrical strikes, and their mechanisms.