Laboratory of Nanocarbon Materials

The Laboratory of Nanocarbon Materials was established in 2018 under the Top 5-100 Competitiveness Enhancement Program implemented by the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT).
The main focus of the laboratory is to study the electronic and optical properties of carbon nanomaterials.

1.Investigation of the spectrum of plasma waves in single- and double-layer graphene using the phenomenon of plasmonic resonance in the radiation detector channel. An applied aspect of this topic will be the development of effective on-chip terahertz spectrometers based on high-mobility graphene.

2. Investigation of transport properties of structures based on individual carbon nanotubes (CNT) with tunnel contacts.

3. To lay the groundwork in the development of CNT films, flexible devices using printing technologies. First of all, we will talk about detector arrays for terahertz vision systems and, possibly, chemical sensors.

4. The development of transparent conducting electrodes based on films of single-wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNT) filled with electron acceptor molecules. Creating a light-emitting GaNdiode prototype with the filled SWCNT upper electrode.

5. Development of saturating absorbers for lasers with operating wavelengths in the range of 2.1–2.4 microns based on carboxymethylcellulose composites and individual SWCNT Spectroscopic characterization of formed absorbers. Implementation of the mode self-synchronization in these lasers

Elena Obraztsova

Head of Laboratory

Georgii Fedorov

Deputy Head laboratory

Igor Gaiduchenko

Junior Researcher

Nataliia Arutiunian

Candidate of physical and mathematical sciences