Our group performs research in the field of spin-polarized transport in low-dimensional materials and heterostructures for quantum technologies. We also conduct magneto-optical experiments at low temperatures and study promising sources of single photons.
The laboratory was founded in 2019 at the Russian Quantum Center together with MIPT (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology). The scientific group carries out experimental and theoretical research in several areas. Opto- and quantum spintronics, a field of research where light is used to study and control spin states. Magnetooptics in 2D materials and heterostructures at low temperatures, an area of research that also includes studies of spin-orbit interaction and proximity-induced effects. In addition, we perform fundamental research on single photons sources, that are the basic elements for quantum communication systems, and implement them in commercial products.
We cooperate with Radbout University (Netherlands), National Taiwan University, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Russia), Nottingham University (England) and a number of other research institutes, as well as commercial partners represented by New Spintronic Technologies, QRate.