The main research area of the Quantum Nanoelectronics Laboratory (QNL) is the study of the fundamental issues of macroscopic quantum coherence and nonequilibrium quantum processes, forming the basis for a new generation of nanoelectronic devices that have the potential for applications in information, communication and computer technologies, and other types of electronic systems.
A team of researchers from HSE MIEM, LPI RAS, and the University of Southern California have applied machine learning to the analysis of internal defects in perovskite solar cells and proposed ways to improve their energy efficiency. The findings of the study performed on the Cs2AgBiBr6 double perovskite can be used to develop more efficient and durable perovskite-based materials. The paper has been published in the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.
The Centre for Quantum Metamaterials is one of the new international laboratories that will be launched at MIEM, HSE University, in 2022. Alexei Vagov, Head of the Centre, speaks about the main areas of the Centre’s research, its team, and future research cooperation.
Andrey Vasenko, Professor at the School of Electronic Engineering and Deputy Head of the Quantum Nanoelectronics Laboratory, speaks about studying superconductors and superconductivity and researching materials for solar energy harvesting, including perovskite structures.
Tiago Teixeira Saraiva, Research Fellow at the Quantum Nanoelectronics Laboratory, has talked to the HSE LooK about joining HSE University back in 2019, making breakthroughs in superconductivity research, and working with Russian students. He also shares what makes Moscow particularly attractive for him and gives a useful tip to future postdoc fellows at HSE University.
The Journal of Alloys and Compounds has published an article coauthored by the Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry (the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences), the Donostia International Physics Centre, and the HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics on the characteristics of cubic double perovskite oxides. To date, experimental measurements of the minerals’ characteristics have not corresponded to the results of theoretical modelling. The work marks the first time that researchers have set themselves the task of explaining this disparity. The data obtained will allow researchers to improve low-temperature fuel cell technologies—one of the main alternatives to current sources of electricity.
Quantum Nanoelectronics Laboratory Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics HSE University Moscow, Russia
On March 31 - April 5, the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) in Recife, Brazil, organized a BRIC-UFPE Scientific Workshop to discuss the recent scientific trends and projects, to strengthen cooperation between four BRIC countries, and promote collaboration.
On January 22, a joint seminar of the School of Electronic Engineering and the Quantum Nanoelectronics Laboratory was held at MIEM HSE. MIEM postdoc Wilmer Yesid Cordoba Camacho gave a talk Vortex Patterns in Intertype Superconductivity Regime in Thin and Nanowire Superconductors.