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FMN Laboratory team received patents for a multi-stage technology for manufacturing plasmon lasers (spazers) and sensors with unique characteristics. The new method was a breakthrough solution in the field of plasmonics and allowed, in particular, the creation of a plasmon nanolaser (spaser) with record spectral characteristics and a biological sensor with a record sensitivity of 3 ppt.
The focus is on the microfluidic flow sensor developed by FMN Laboratory team.
FMN Laboratory team has created Russia's first superconducting qubit-fluxonium. The qubits of this type are promising elements of quantum processors.
In this paper, we introduce the simulation results and fabrication technology of dielectric-metal-dielectric long-range nanoplasmonic waveguides, which consists of a multilayer stack based on ultrathin noble metals in between alumina thin films.
“The retrieval of a thin silver film dielectric constant by resonant approach”.
“SERS-Active Substrates Nanoengineering Based on e-Beam Evaporated Self-Assembled Silver Films”.
In the article, we demonstrate the optical medium for surface plasmon-polariton wave (SPP) propagation with ultra low losses corresponding to the theoretically limited values. The unique element of the optical medium is an atomically-flat single-crystalline silver thin film that provides extremely low losses. The SPP excited on the surface of such thin films (λ = 780 nm) is characterized by a SPP propagation length equal to 200 µm, which is twice longer than previously reported experimental results and corresponds to theoretically limited values for silver films.
“State-of-the-art plasmonic crystals for molecules fluorescence detection”.
FMN engineers took the first place in the competition for young scientists at the International Forum "Biotechnology: State and Development Prospects of 2019"
“Silver-based plasmonics: golden material platform and application challenges”.
“Highly Reflective Mirror Based on Noble Metal 2D Babinet Metasurface”.
“Wood’s anomaly for plasmonic biosensor based on 1D magnetooptical nanostructure”.
“Fabricating thin films with colloidal quantum dots on planar substrates using polymethyl methacrylate”
In the article "Toward a theoretically limited SPP propagation length above two hundred microns on an ultra-smooth silver surface", we demonstrate the optical medium for surface plasmon-polariton wave (SPP) propagation with ultra low losses corresponding to the theoretically limited values.
“Interfering surface and localized plasmon: Tuning the Wood anomaly for Biosensing”.
“Study of the effect of ultrasound on the deposition of myoglobin from solutions on active SERS-substrates”
Unique results presented in a new article in NANO Letters. In the publication, we demonstrate ultrabright single-photon emission from photostable nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers in nanodiamonds coupled to plasmonic nanocavities made of low-loss single-crystalline silver.
Report and publication on the topic “Ultrabright Room-Temperature Emission from Single Plasmon-Enhanced Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond”.
“Non-labeled selective virus detection with novel SERS-active porous silver nanofilms fabricated by Electron Beam Physical Vapor Deposition”.
“Plasmonic nanolaser for intracavity spectroscopy and sensorics”.