Artificial Quantum System Lab

The laboratory was created in April 2014 based on the results of an open competition at MIPT that was conducted as part of a program to increase the competitiveness of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.

The Laboratory of Artificial Quantum Systems (AQS) researchers headed by Professor O. Astafyev joined forces with the Laboratory of Quantum Chains of the Russian Quantum Center (RQS) headed by Professor A. Ustinov and the RAS Institute of Solid State Physics (ISPP) Laboratory of Superconductivity headed by Professor V. Ryazanov to manufacture and test the first superconducting qubit in Russia.

 

This event can rightly be considered a breakthrough in the field of Russian quantum technology. Contemporary development of such technologies as well as control methods for individual quantum systems provides opportunities for developing radically novel devices and technology based on superconducting elements.

 

This strategic field has traditionally been represented rather poorly in Russian science. Several Russian organizations joined forces by pooling their human and technological resources in order to make this feasible (MIPT, the RAS ISSP, the RQC, the MISIS National University for Science and Technology, and the Novosibirsk State Technical University). The first operational qubit prototypes have already been manufactured and tested successfully.

Potential application fields  
- Quantum computers
 
- Quantum informatics (absolutely secured transmission of data)
 
- Quantum electronics devices of
 anew generation. 
 - Hybrid quantum systems of
 various applications (metrology, supersensitive sensors, amplifiers with peak performance, etc.).  

Oleg Astafiev

Valery Ryazanov

Publications

Elena Loginova

Professional experience
Senior Researcher
Academic Interests
Associate Professor

Ivan Khrapach

Alexander Semenov

FIZIKA NIZKIKH TEMPERATUR

Magnetic quantum oscillations in the charge-density-wave state of the organic metals α-(BEDT-TTF)2MHg(SCN)4 with M = K and Tl

Kartsovnik M.V., Zverev V.N., Andres D., Biberacher W., Helm T., Grigoriev P.D., Ramazashvili R., Kushch N.D., Muller H.

2011

JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Normal State Resistivity of Ba1-xKxFe2As2: Evidence for Multiband Strong-Coupling Behavior

Golubov, AA, Dolgov, OV, Boris, AV, Charnukha, A, Sun, DL, Lin, CT, Shevchun, AF, Korobenko, AV, Trunin, MR, Zverev, VN

2013

JETP LETTERS (1.364)

Critical current in planar SNS Josephson junctions

Golikova, TE, Hubler, F, Beckmann, D, Klenov, NV, Bakurskiy, SV, Kupriyanov, MY, Batov, IE, Ryazanov, VV

CRYSTENGCOMM (3.858)

The first molecular superconductor based on BEDT-TTF radical cation salt with paramagnetic tris(oxalato)ruthenate anion

Prokhorova, TG, Zorina, LV, Simonov, SV, Zverev, VN, Canadell, E, Shibaeva, RP, Yagubskii, EB

2014

JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL PHYSICS (0.931)

LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS (0.881)

Magnetic quantum oscillations in the charge-density-wave state of the organic metals alpha-(BEDT-TTF())2MHg(SCN)(4) with M=K and Tl

Kartsovnik, MV, Zverev, VN, Andres, D, Biberacher, W, Helm, T, Grigoriev, PD, Ramazashvili, R, Kushch, ND, Muller, H

2015

PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS (7.728)

Correlated Emission Lasing in Harmonic Oscillators Coupled via a Single Three-Level Artificial Atom

Peng Z.H., Liu Y.-X., Peltonen J.T., Yamamoto T., Tsai J.S., Astafiev O.

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (2.965)

Effect of Halopyridine Guest Molecules on the Structure and Superconducting Properties of β″-[Bis(ethylenedithio)tetrathiafulvalene]4(H3O)[Fe(C2O4)3]·Guest Crystals

Prokhorova T.G., Buravov L.I., Yagubskii E.B., Zorina L.V., Simonov S.V., Zverev V.N., Shibaeva R.P., Canadell E.

Institute of Solid State Physics RAS

Royal Holloway University of London

NEC/RIKEN

Institute of Photonic Technology

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Camenius University

Loughborough University

Rutgers University

National University of Science and Technology (MISIS)

Moscow State Pedagogical University

Institute of Microelectronics Technology Problems and High Purity Materials RAS

Delft university of Technology (TU Delft)

Russian Quantum Center

Address
  • ffice 124, Laboratory building, MIPT, 9, Institutskiy per., Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region, 141700