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Микрофлюидные технологии лягут в основу портативных лабораторий-на-чипе для выявления различных заболеваний на ранних стадиях.
April 29, 2021, FMN Laboratory is holding Open Day for BMSTU students. The team of the center, headed by Ilya Rodionov, FMN Lab Director, will talk about the areas of its activities, the possibilities of internship, and further employment.
New waveguides with unique properties will find application in waveguide optical sensors, highly sensitive plasmon sensors and optical interconnects for new generation processors.
Alexander Baburin, Ph.D., Head of Nanophotonics at FMN Laboratory was awarded the prize for young scientists of the Moscow Government in the “Advanced industrial technologies” category.
Digital design as a key approach to shortening MEMS development cycle.
A team at the University of Chicago made a quantum material called an exciton condensate using a 53-qubit IBM Quantum Hummingbird processor according to a new paper, demonstrating an exciting use for near-term quantum devices for physicists.
FMN Laboratory team fabricated silver films that improve their properties over time.
A group of scientists studied optical properties of tungsten trioxide, palladium, and platinum thin films for functional nanostructures engineering.
A team of scientists has developed a broadband low-noise four-stage HEMT amplifier.
An important step towards building a useful fault-tolerant quantum computer
Our Senior Researcher named a Rising Star.
The air-bridges fabricated by FMN technologists resemble the bridges and embankments of the famous Fontanka River in St Petersburg.
The exhibition will be open on Gogolevsky Boulevard until November 1, 2020.
Two weeks of programming quantum algorithms with IBM Quantum experts
New record-breaking results covered in «Quarter-Millimeter Propagating Plasmons in Thin-Gold-Film-Based Waveguides for Visible Spectral Range» publication.
Kommersant Science about the discovery of a team of American (Purdue University, John Hopkins University) and Russian (FMN Laboratory) scientists in the field of nanophotonics.
The “Measuring a qubit leaves no room for error” shoot by FMN team named among the best in the nomination “People in Science”.
Machine Learning for Optical Gas Sensing: A Leaky-Mode Humidity Sensor as Example
The grant will be aimed at developing a precision automated pressure maintenance system for the first Russian lab-on-a-chip device.