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Project State Funding (Program 1.4)  “Development of elements and materials of photoelectronics based on low- dimension quantum systems”;  3 years (2014 – 2016)

Objective of the project 

Development of new materials – multifunctional graphene-based structures with a wide spectral range performance. This work includes development of new material composition and various physical and chemical experimental investigations of operational characteristics of the materials.

 Consortium partners:  Institute of Precise Mechanics and Optics (ITMO University) – main Contractor, Novosibirsk State University, CS&R Cyclon – industrial partner

Team and Collaborations (if any): Nasibulin (project leader since 2016), N. Gippius, V. Perebeinos, Yu. Gladush, D. Kopylova, S. Dyakov, A.Goldt, E, Gilshtein, A.Gorkina (Vyatskykh), Vsevolod Yakovlev,

Collaborator 1. Saint-Petersburg State PolitechnicalUniversity

Collaborator 2. Fiber optics research center

Project Deliverables

Materials for photoelectronicsLow-dimentional and hybrid graphen-based structures on various wafers (6 samples)
– The room temperature microbolometer based on aerosol synthesized single walled carbon nanotubes films and hybrid materials was developed with fast response (time constant less than 1 ms), voltage sensitivity of 2 W/V and low noise (NEP<10-8 W/Hz-1/2).

Photoelectronic devicesPhoto-detectors in infrared spectral range (microbolometers) and non-linear absorbers.

– Saturable absorber for solid state and fiber pulse laser is fabricated. The pulse regime of 3 ps length is achieved.

The project was implemented in 5 stages.

Stage I Stage II Stage III Stage IV Stage V
Development of CVD graphene synthesis technology Fabrication and Characterization of CVD graphene; Creating quality control booth for photonics materials; Numerical simulation of photodetectors Fabrication of hybrid structures based on graphene nanotubes; Testing of  functional and performance characteristics of the hybrid structures and CVD graphene Manufacture of experimental prototypes of photonics devices: microbolometer, modulator, non-linear absorber. Testing of electronics devices for compliance with the TOR.
Current Project status - project completed
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