Scientific laboratory «The self-organized high-temperature nanostructures»


The self-organized high-temperature nanostructures laboratory is an innovative engineering center that develops new materials, a modern component base, as well as integrated engineering solutions for the latest generation of electronics.  On the basis of the laboratory, work is being carried out in the framework of a large direction: "Functional nanostructured materials for electronics of the latest generation."  All studies are related to the Strategy of the Scientific and Technical Development of the Russian Federation N1 "Transition to advanced digital, intelligent production technologies, robotic systems, new materials and design methods, the creation of systems for processing large amounts of data, machine learning and artificial intelligence."

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  1. Pavel Gabdullin, Alexey Zhurkin, Vasiliy Osipov, Nadezhda Besedina, Olga Kvashenkina, Alexander Arkhipov, Thin carbon films: Correlation between morphology and field-emission capability, (2020), Elsevier, Diamond & Related Materials, Volume 105, May 2020, 107805, IF 2.27  Q1
  2. Alexandr Vorobyev, Yaroslav Sedov, Polina Bespalova, Alexandr Shakhmin, Anastasia Kondrateva, Pavel Gabdullin, Olga Kvashenkina, Alexey Mikhaylov, Maxim Mishin, Controlled formation of iron oxide nanoparticles by pulse-modulated RF discharge at atmospheric pressure, (2020), IF 7,39  Q1
  3. Kvashenkina, O.E., Gabdullin, P.G., Osipov, V.S., Using the novel capable of SHS-reaction multilayer nanostructured material for soldering of lead-zirconate-titanate piezoceramic elements, (2019), Journal of Physics: Conference Series
  4. Osipov, V.S., Besedina, N.A., Gabdullin, P.G., Kvashenkina, O.E., Arhipov, A.V., Study of nanocarbon thin-film field-electron emitters by Raman spectroscopy, (2019), Journal of Physics: Conference Series
  5. Kvashenkina, O.E.,  Gabdullin, P.G.,  Arkhipov, A.V., Smartfoil: A novel assembly technology for electronic circuit boards in multifunctional units, (2018), Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Photonics, EExPolytech 2018
  6. Maxim V. Mishin, Alexander A. Vorobyev, Anastasia S. Kondrateva et al., The mechanism of charge carrier generation at the ТiO2 - n-Si heterojunction activated by gold nanoparticles, (2018), Q1
  7. Gabdullin, P.G.,  Bizyaev, I.S.,  Babyuk, V.Ye., Filatov, V.A.,  Gnuchev, N.M.,  Osipov, V.S., Kvashenkina, O.E.,  Arkhipov, A.V., Low-field electron emission from metallic nanodots on oxidized silicon, (2018), Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Photonics, EExPolytech 2018, December 2018, № 8564430, Pages 176-178
  8. Andronov, A., Budylina, E., Shkitun, P., Gabdullin, P., Gnuchev, N., Kvashenkina, O., Arkhipov, A., Characterization of thin carbon films capable of low-field electron emission, (2018), Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B: Nanotechnology and Microelectronics, 36 (2), статья № 02C108., IF 1.25  Q2
  9. Anastasia S. Kondrateva, Maxim V. Mishin, Sergey E. Alexandrov, TOF MS Investigation of Nickel Oxide CVD, (2017), American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Q1