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.
Institute of Precise Mechanics and Optics (ITMO University) – main Contractor
Novosibirsk State University,
CS&R “Cyclon” – industrial partner
Project expected Deliverables
Materials for photoelectronics:
Low-dimentional and hybrid graphen-based structures on various wafers (6 samples)
Photo-detectors in infrared spectral range (microbolometers) and non-linear absorbers.
The project is 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.|