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Quantum Nanoelectronics Laboratory

Publications
Article
Quantum Size Effect in Superconducting Aluminum Films

Arutyunov K., Sedov E., Golokolenov I. et al.

Physics of the Solid State. 2019. Vol. 61. No. 9. P. 1559-1562.

Book chapter
Coexistence of the magnetically ordered and Haldane states in (Y1-xNdx)2BaNiO5

Popova E., Klimin S., Popova M. et al.

In bk.: EPJ Web of Conferences. Vol. 185: Moscow International Symposium on Magnetism (MISM 2017) . EDP Sciences, 2018. Ch. 03003. P. 1-4.

Working paper
Thin Films as Superconductors Between Conventional Types I and II In press

W. Y. Cordoba-Camacho, da Silva R. M., Shanenko A. A. et al.

arxiv.org. cond-mat. Cornell University, 2018. No. 1812.09621.

About the laboratory

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.


Illustration for news: MIEM Delegation Visits Brazil

MIEM Delegation Visits Brazil

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.

Illustration for news: Vortex Patterns in Intertype Superconductivity Regime in Thin and Nanowire Superconductors

Vortex Patterns in Intertype Superconductivity Regime in Thin and Nanowire Superconductors

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.