Last week, The Russian Foundation for basic research (RFBR) published the first part of the list of supported projects for the Competition of basic research projects carried out by young scientists (My first grant). Among the already determined winners was a project submitted by a team of young scientists under the leadership of the programmer of the Department of mathematical modeling Savostyanov Georgy Vasilyevich. The executors of the project included the programmer of the Department D. S. Shmygin and students of the Department of radio engineering and electrodynamics. The supported project "IT-solutions for finding optimal geometric and topological parameters of frames made of covalent-bound single-wall carbon nanotubes used as conductive materials" is devoted to the identification of the conditions for the formation of the frame of single-wall carbon nanotubes (CNTS), characterized by an effective balance of strength and conductive properties. To achieve this goal, the project executors will develop new algorithms for constructing full-atom and coarse-grained models of seamless X-and T-shaped connections between different chirality CCTS and an algorithm that implements the construction of an equivalent electrical circuit of a coarse-grained model of the frame of CCTS. Software implementation of the developed algorithms will be carried out IN the software Kvazar – intellectual development of the Department of mathematical modeling, one of the authors of which is G. Savostyanov. The frameworks of covalent-bound single-wall carbon nanotubes with seamless x-and T-shaped compounds are one of the objects of the dissertation research carried out by G. V. Savostyanov under the supervision of the head of the Department of mathematical modeling, Professor O. E. Glukhova.