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Quantum Nanoelectronics Laboratory

Publications
Article
Mono-Elemental Properties of 2D Black Phosphorus Ensure Extended Charge Carrier Lifetimes under Oxidation: Time-Domain Ab Initio Analysis

Zhang L., Vasenko A.S., Zhao J. et al.

The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 2019. Vol. 10. No. 5. P. 1083-1091.

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: 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 in MIEM HSE building. MIEM postdoc Wilmer Yesid Cordoba Camacho gave a talk "Vortex patterns in Intertype Superconductivity Regime in thin and nanowire superconductors".