Training of young specialists (undergraduate, graduate students and postdocs) constitutes to be the most important area of work in our scientific and educational laboratory. We provide a comprehensive preparation for the specialists who are able to work fruitfully in the field of quantum nanoelectronics. This goal is achieved through involvement of the most active young researchers in the projects of the Quantum Nanoelectronics Laboratory. Our Scientific team is composed of at least 60% of young participants and are ready to accept new specialists for internships.
In 2021/2022, the staff of the Lab conducts undergraduate track "Quantum infocommunication technologies", where laboratory staff teach courses: "Physical foundations of quantum phenomena and devices", "Quantum Solid State Systems Magnetism and spintronics, magnonics, photonics", "Mathematical methods of physics".
Specialized magister track "Quantum nanoelectronics" of the master's program "Electronics and Photonics", with courses: "Quantum low-dimensional systems", "Mesoscopic electronic transport" .
We have also organized the new "Quantum Microworld" Minor, where we teach: "Introduction to the world of macroscopic quantum phenomena", "Quantum phenomena in solids", "Magnetism and spintronics". An invited professor from Technical University of Delft Yu. Nazarov taught the specialized course on mesoscopic physics.In 2021 we have also organized the new interfaculty facultative "Quantum technologies: theory, experiment and applications" where an invited professor from University of Illinois A. Bezryadin conducted the cource "Superconductivity, qubits and Majorana modes".
In the 2021/2022 academic year, the laboratory offers students an internship as part of the proposed student projects:
Professor Arutyunov K.Yu. "Experimental and theoretical study of non-equilibrium phenomena in hybrid nanostructures" and "Development of software based on the LabView package for automated measurement of current-voltage and voltage-temperature dependences" ;
Associate Professor Popova E.A. "Contribution of various subsystems to the heat capacity of an antiferromagnet";
Professor Vasenko A.S. "Superconducting heterostructures for applications in electronics and communication technologies" and "Bolometers based on high transparency Josephson junctions" ;
Associate Professor Ikhsanov R.Sh. "Optimization of the absorption cross section of metal nanoparticles in the optical range";
Professor Pugach N.G. "Elements of superconducting spintronics for application in quantum nanoelectronics".
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