Новости и события
В Санкт-Петербурге были представлены новейшие разработки команды в области создания «органов-на-чипе»
Photonic integrated circuits, single photon detectors and electro-optical modulators
FMN Lab scientific teams took places in the prize rating of the competition
A team of scientists and engineers presented their posters at the scientific forum in Nizhny Novgorod
Schoolchildren of leading Russian schools visited the FMN Lab premises
The RAS Expert Council reviews a wide range of national scientific and technological programs and projects
The “Measuring a qubit leaves no room for error” shoot by FMN team named among the best in the nomination “People in Science”.
The grant will be aimed at developing a precision automated pressure maintenance system for the first Russian lab-on-a-chip device.
Daria Ezenkova, process engineer at FMN Laboratory and 5th year student of BMSTU, took second place in the contest “Student of the Year” in the “Researcher of the Year” nomination.
Dmitry Moskalev's poster, devoted to the development of technology for creating parametric microwave amplifiers, named the best.
The Minister walked around the cleanroom premises of the center and was acquainted with the leading technological developments of the FMN team.
Aidar Gabidullin, Senior Researcher at FMN Laboratory, included in the list of participants in the prestigious industry competition “Rosatom Man of the Year” in the “Rising Star” nomination.
A successful experiment was conducted on an elementary quantum superconducting processor produced at FMN Laboratory. The accuracy of single-qubit operations exceeded 99%, those of two-qubit operations exceeded 80%, which made it possible to demonstrate the Grover’s quantum algorithm for solving the enumeration problem on a two-qubit scheme. Grover's algorithm can become the basis for creating ultrafast databases that work with huge data arrays and are able to find the necessary information in a few moments.
Creative master class for young students by FMN Laboratory team
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.
FMN Laboratory Director named one of the most promising young scientists from Moscow.
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.
Report on "Plasmonic magneto-optical one-dimensional nanostructure: Wood anomaly and Faraday rotation for biosensorics”.
Report "Fabrication array of reproducible submicron Josephson Junction"
"High-quality plasmonic sensors based on thin structured metal films".