Quantum & Electronics Technologies

This field consists of 24 departments and 14 laboratories with 163.1 faculty members in research and teaching positions. The major research and educational goals of this field include non-volatile memory design based on new principles and neuromorphic computing systems, development of the physical principles and element base units of quantum information processing, nanoscale optoelectronics, the physical foundations of quantum and electronic technology, terahertz technology, the design of micro- and nanostructures, printing technology, electronics, and photonics.

Konstantin Novoselov is the research manager of the field, Viktor Ivanov is the director.

List of laboratories

The laboratory is an associate member of the Nanophotonics for Energy Efficiency Network of Excellence (N4E).

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’s aim is to conduct experimental research of quantum effects in semiconductor and hybrid nanostructures. The combination of low-dimensional structure, topological complexity of the electronic spectrum, strong interaction and nanolithography capabilities attribute to the system’s unique physical properties. 

Researchers at the Laboratory of 3-D Printing Technologies for Functional Microstructures use acoustic spectroscopy to determine nonspherical nano-object parameters in liquid dispersions.

The laboratory was founded in April 2014 based on the results of an open MIPT contest, conducted as part of the 5-100 program aimed at making MIPT and other top Russian universities more competitive internationally. The lab is equipped with growing, analytical, and technological equipment on par with top international research centers. This allows the team to conduct whole-cycle of research, including growing thin-film structures, studying their physical and functional properties, and manufacturing device prototypes.

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