Institute of Nanoengineering in Electronics, Spintronics and Photonics

Official website: nespi.mephi.ru

Nikolay I. Kargin

 

Nikolay I. Kargin
Executive Director

Global challenges addressed:

  • Adaptive systems and artificial intelligence
  • Quantum information technology and telecommunications
  • Hybrid and compact ultrafast electronics

Education:

  • Department "Physics of Condensed Matter"
  • Department "Micro- and nanoelectronics"
  • Department "Electronics"
  • Department “Physics of micro- and nanosystems”
  • Department "Molecular Physics"
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Research:

  • Institute of functional nuclear electronics
  • Engineering Center
  • REC "Nanotechnology"
  • Laboratory of 2D nanostructure advanced devices and technoligies for microwave electronics
  • Laboratory of ion-cluster technologies
  • Laboratory of hybrid nanosytems and composites
  • Laboratory for Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASIC)
Faculty: 80
Engineering
manpower:
35
Students: 600
 
  • Research
  • Education
  • Faculty
  • Collaboration
  • Publications

Nanoelectronics, electronics based on new principles and materials, functional systems engineering

Science

  • Heterostructure microwave nanoelectronics: materials and technologies, the development of hybrid MOS-HEMT technology, the use of two-dimensional and one-dimensional nanosystems and new monolayer materials;
  • Spintronics based on arrays of nanomagnet structures with majority gate, spin-Mott transistor;
  • Materials and technology of radiation hardened electronics and sensors of physical quantities;
  • Gas cluster ion beam (GCIB) processing technology of advanced materials in nanoelectronics.

Innovations

  • Custom-designed ASICs and controllers;
  • Technologies of high-density and hybrid integration in microwave electronics;
  • Modernization of the heterostructure materials for microwave electronic components using functional nanolayers (to increase the power and frequency of devises).

Partners

Terahertz nanophotonics: research and development of the modern optoelectronic devices in THz range, security systems

Science

  • Photonic crystals;
  • Physics of quantum dots and condensates based on them;
  • Femtosecond laser photophysics;
  • The development of powerful THz radiation sources based on compact accelerators of relativistic electrons;
  • Adaptive metamaterials based on new principles for advanced applications in optical and THz range.

Innovations:

  • Multi-sensor systems based on nanotechnology;
  • Detectors of ultra-low concentrations of organic molecules for the safety and health systems;
  • High-efficiency wide- and narrow-band sources of THz radiation based on nanophotonics and quantum coherent generators;
  • Functionalization of LED heterostructures.

Partners

IPhChE, GPI RAS, LPI RAS, MIREA, Research Institute "Polyus", University of Oxford (UK), University of Southern California (USA)

Nanoelectronics, electronics based on new principles and materials, functional systems engineering

Education. Modern disciplines:

  • Quantum design of nanosystems
  • Technologies for Hybrid electronics and photonics
  • Electronic Systems Engineering
  • Special practical lab: Physics and technology of nanostructured functional electronics, laboratory research with a remote network access
  • Development of courses on the world MOOC educational platforms
  • Internships in industrial companies and leading universities
  • International student school - conference "Hybrid electron systems engineering"
  • Project and group training. Student engineering project and start-ups.

Terahertz nanophotonics: research and development of the modern optoelectronic devices in THz range, security systems

Education. Modern disciplines:

  • Principles of optics and the near-field spectroscopy
  • Fundamentals of organic electronics and photonics technology
  • Special practical lab in organic nanophotonics

Training Areas


Direction of training/level

Name of program

Speciality's/Bachelor's degree program

14.05.04-Electronics and automation of physical plants

Electronics of physics installations

Electronics of physics installations (Nanoelectronics devices for advanced physics installations)

Micro- and nanoelectronic devices and systems for physics installations

Bachelor's degree program

14.03.02-Nuclear Physics and Technology

Physics and technology of condensed media and nanosystems

Laser photonics, electronics and nanosystems engineering

Micro- and nanoelectronic devices and systems for the physical installations

Physics of nonequilibrium atomic systems and composites

Bachelor's degree program

01.03.02-Applied Mathematics and Informatics

Mathematical modeling in condensed matter physics

Bachelor's degree program

03.03.02-Physics

The physics of kinetic phenomena

Master's degree program

14.04.02-Nuclear Physics and Technology

Laser photonics, electronics and nanosystems engineering

Micro- and nanoelectronic devices and systems for the physical installations

Physics of nonequilibrium atomic systems and composites

Physics and nanotechnology of heterostructure electronics

Extremal High-performance Electronics for Physical Installations

Master's degree program

01.04.02-Applied Mathematics and Informatics

Mathematical modeling in condensed matter physics

Master's degree program

03.04.02-Physics

The physics of kinetic phenomena

Postgraduate's degree program

03.04.02-Physics and Astronomy

11.06.01-Electronics,radio engineering and communication systems

09.06.01-Information and computation technology

Condensed matter physics in modern solid state electronics

Materials and devices of functional solid state micro- and nanoelectronics based on quantum phenomena and new principles

Elements and devices for computation technology and control systems (program Advanced nanoelectronic elements and devices for computation technology and control systems)



All BA and Master degree programs are ready to be implemented in English

Leading foreign scientists:

Z.Insepov (USA) - professor of Purdue University, professor of MEPhI, H-index=21

J.J.H.Brower (Netherlands) - professor, H-index=50

V.A.Labunov (Belarus) - professor, H-index=15


Leading scientists of NESPI

A.Yu.Egorov - professor of MEPhI, corresponding member of RAS, H-index=41

V.F.Elesin - professor of MEPhI, H-index=16

A.A.Bagatur'yants - professor of MEPhI, H-index=17

V.V.Volkov - professor of MEPhI, H-index=30

S.A.Nikitov - professor of MEPhI, corresponding member of RAS, H-index=17

V.M.Samsonov - professor of MEPhI, H-index=68

V.A.Kulbachinskii - professor of MEPhI, MSU, H-index=16

S.B.Dabagov - professor of MEPhI, H-index=15
World's Research
Centers
IMEC (Belgium); Infineon (Germany), Europractice
World's leading
universities
University of South California (USA); Purdue University (USA); Georgia State University (USA); Moscow State University
Research centers
in Russia
Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, The Institute of Semiconductor Physics, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Microwave Semiconductor Electronics, Russian Academy of Sciences, P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences
 
Industry
ROSATOM State Atomic Energy Corporation, Rostec Сorporation, JSC «Ruselectronics»
 
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