News and events
A team of scientists from NSTU, FMN Laboratory and FSUE «VNIIA» has developed a broadband low-noise four-stage HEMT amplifier.
Our Senior Researcher was chosen as a Rising Star in frames of a prestigious industry contest.
The air-bridges fabricated by FMN technologists resemble the bridges and embankments of the famous Fontanka River in St Petersburg.
Two weeks of programming quantum algorithms with IBM Quantum experts
Новый рекорд российских ученых и инженеров в публикации «Quarter-Millimeter Propagating Plasmons in Thin-Gold-Film-Based Waveguides for Visible Spectral Range».
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.
"Ultrafast quantum photonics enabled by coupling plasmonic nanocavities to strongly radiative antennas"
Alexander Baburin, Head of Photon Devices Fabrication at FMN Laboratory shares his team’s current achievements and makes plans for the future.
“Work on the creation of the Russian quantum computer continues remotely, scientists adhere to the established schedule”, Ilya Rodionov reported to TASS agency.
Indicator.Ru, a popular Russian scientific portal, interviewed one of the leading participants of FMN Lab superconducting quantum computing project Aidar Gabidullin.
Daria Ezenkova, process engineer at FMN Laboratory and 5th year student of BMSTU, took second place in the contest “Student of the Year” in the “Researcher of the Year” nomination.
Dmitry Moskalev's poster, devoted to the development of technology for creating parametric microwave amplifiers, named the best.
FMN Laboratory team received patents for a multi-stage technology for manufacturing plasmon lasers (spazers) and sensors with unique characteristics. The new method was a breakthrough solution in the field of plasmonics and allowed, in particular, the creation of a plasmon nanolaser (spaser) with record spectral characteristics and a biological sensor with a record sensitivity of 3 ppt.
The Minister walked around the cleanroom premises of the center and was acquainted with the leading technological developments of the FMN team.
The guest of the live broadcast was Ilya Rodionov, FMN Laboratory Director. He shared the latest achievements of the team in the field of nanophotonics and the creation of materials with unique properties.
The focus is on the microfluidic flow sensor developed by FMN Laboratory team.
Aidar Gabidullin, Senior Researcher at FMN Laboratory, included in the list of participants in the prestigious industry competition “Rosatom Man of the Year” in the “Rising Star” nomination.