The mission of CPQM is to promote a transfer of the innovative research and development in area of photonics into real sector of economics. The areas of nowadays R&D topics are stipulated by demands and strategies of our industrial partner, domestic and international. The administrative structure of the CPQM is designed to be able to react promptly on new social challenges and emerging scientific fundamental achievements. CPQM strategy is in building of full-scale chains from fundamental research to applications and hence distribute own activity between fundamental and applied research with reasonable partition.
In respond to the main national wide initiative, CPQM focuses on the R&D mostly in areas related to optical communication and signal processing: fiber optic communication systems, free space communication, optical distributed sensor systems, optical simulators and optical computers, atomic clock systems, quantum key distributed systems etc. We see our niche in the creation of an ecosystem for design and production of Photonic Integrated Circuits that are of great demand for any photonic applications.
In addition to that, CPQM hosts cutting edge activities in area of bio-photonics, producing and applications of carbon nanotubes and other new materials, and developing algorithms for future quantum computing.
|Professor, Director Franko Küppers. Optical Communication Group. Topics of interest: Optical communication systems, QKD, Atomic Clock/Networking, Radiophotonics (5G, 6G, radar&lidar, ADC, etc.), all-optical signal processing, Optical Computers and Simulator, Bio-medical photonics, Emergency Communication.
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|Associate Director Arkadi Shipulin (Chipouline). Photonics Integrated Research Group. Topics of interest: Photonic Integrated Circuits (PIC) for communication, PICs for Structural Health Monitoring (SHM), PIC components for Radiophotonics (5G, 6G, radar&lidar, ADC, etc.), PICs for agricultural and bio-photonics, all-optical signal processing on chip, nano and micro optics, applications of metamaterials.
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|Professor Ildar Gabitov: metamaterials, nanophotonics and plasmonics, multiscale phenomena, optical fiber communications, nonlinear waves and their applications, nonlinear optics, theory of integrability and nonlinear PDEs
Project 1 Integrable models of resonant optics
Project 2. Noise reduction in optical fiber system by means of in-line VIXELs
|Professor Nikolay Gippius: quantum materials and nanostructures (incl. photon crystalls and metamaterials); nanoplasmonics.
Project 1 RFFI14-02-00778 Electromagnetic modes in anisotropic solid microscopic objects
We have developed the scattering matrix based method for the calculation of the intensity and polarization of the point dipoles located in the periodical chiral nanostructures. The polarization state and the angular diagram can be controlled by the appropriate design of the periodical nanostructure unit sell. The calculations show good agreement with the published experimental data [K. Konishi et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 057402 (2011)].Within this project we collaborate with(1) group of Prof. S.G. Tikhodeev (General Physics Institute, RAS)(2) group of Prof. V.D. Kulakovskii (Institute of Solid State Physics, RAS)
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|Professor Natalia Berloff: in the coherence in non-equilibrium quantum systems, Bose-Einstein Condensation of exciton-polaritons, magnons, atomic gases; strong light-matter coupling in solid-state systems, finite temperature atomic condensates, driven quantum systems, and superfluid turbulence.
Project 1. Modelling finite temperature superfluids
Project 2. Optical Superfluid Phase Transitions
|Professor Pavlos Lagoudakis (in collaboration with Professor Natalia Berloff)
Project 1. Organic Polaritonics
Project 2. Polariton Simulators
|Professor Albert Nasibulin specializes in the aerosol synthesis of nanomaterials (nanoparticles, carbon nanotubes and tetrapods), investigation of their growth mechanism and their applications. At the moment his main recent research topic is devoted to transparent, flexible, stretchable and conductive single-walled CNT films and their applications.
Project 1. Solar sells on heterojunctions CNT/silica
Project 2. Artificial nose on the basis of CNT matrix
Project 3. Stretchable electronic components based on nanomaterials
Project 4. Ultrasound generation using free-standing carbon nanotube films
Project 5. Synthesis of single wall nanotubes with controlled chirality
Project 6. Doping of the single wall nanotubes for improvement of transparent electronic devices
|Associate Professor Boris Fine is specializing in the field of Solid-State Physics. His research interests include solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance, high-temperatures superconductivity, and a broader set of topics associated with the foundations of quantum statistical physics and the role of chaos in many-particle systems.
Project 1. Investigations of high-temperature superconductors
Project 2. Dynamic thermalization
|Professor Mikhail Skvortsov’s research interests lie in the field of contemporary low-temperature condensed matter physics, with particular emphasis on quantum-coherent phenomena in complex systems in the presence of disorder, interaction and fluctuations. His recent research activity is related with the physics of strongly disordered superconductors and chiral metals, nonequilibrium superconductivity, electron transport in quantum wires, and Anderson localization of Majorana fermions.
Project 1. Quantum materials for superconducting nanophotonics
Project 2. Fluctuation superconductivity in the clean limit
Project 3. Density of states in inhomogeneous superconductors
Project 4. Many-body localization in quantum dots
Project 5. Quantum transport in topological insulators and superconductors
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