Contacts

Vladimir Vladimirovich Rumyantsev — scientific secretary of the Symposium,
Maria Vladimirovna Zorina

Phones: +7 (831) 417−94−82 +262,
+7 (831) 417–94–76 +520

Fax: +7 (831) 417–94–74

E-mail: symp@nanosymp.ru

Venue

About the Symposium

Starting from 1997-1998 the annual International Symposium «Nanophysics and Nanoelectronics” continues regular discussions on topical issues in such areas as the physics of semiconductor nanostructures, X-ray optics and scanning probe microscopy with the participation of all research groups in Russia, actively working in this field and with the participation of scientists from abroad. In 2005 the annual workshops «Nanophotonics”, «X-ray optics” and «Scanning probe microscopy” were merged into a joint Symposium with the inclusion of «Magnetic nanostructures” and «Superconducting nanostructures” sections in its program. Joint Symposium format allows scientists working in related fields to take part in joint discussions of the results and new challenges. Seven years of Symposium experience has demonstrated the success of the joint discussion of nanophysics related issues in one event.

The Symposium scientific thematic covers a wide range of subjects of Condensed Matter Physics, its relevance is dictated by the large number of papers in this field in Russia and abroad, this trend is one of priority directions of science, technology and engineering in Russia. In the Symposium program the special attention is paid to the discussion of transport and optical properties of semiconductor, magnetic and superconducting nanostructures, methods of their manufacturing and testing. This allows to discuss the research results obtained by Russian scientists, and to make a comparative analysis with the foreign research group’s achievements.

Plenary, oral and poster sessions will be organized in the following areas:

  • Superconducting nanosystems:
    • Layered superconductors;
    • Josephson electronics;
    • Superconductor-ferromagnetic hybrid systems;
    • Mesoscopic superconducting systems.
  • Magnetic Nanostructures:
    • Magnetic nanoparticles, thin films and superlattices;
    • Spin transport in magnetic materials, spintronic new materials;
    • Magnetic force microscopy of nanostructures;
    • Micromagnetic modeling.
  • Semiconductor Nanostructures: electronic, optical properties, methods of formation:
    • Physical phenomena underlying the optoelectronic properties of low dimensional heterostructures in the visible and infrared bands;
    • Physics of equilibrium and inverted distributions, intraband hot carriers optical transitions in semiconductor structures with quantum wells;
    • Nonlinear optical phenomena in nanostructures;
    • Optical properties of excitons in nanostructures;
    • Femtosecond spectroscopy of nanostructures;
    • Nanocrystalline materials;
    • Structural, optical and electrical properties of nanostructures;
  • Probe microscopy: measurement and technology of atomic and nanometer scale:
    • Carbon nanostructures;
    • Nanostructures based on organic materials;
    • Analytical methods for the study of nanostructures;
    • Application of scanning probe microscopy methods to study and modify the properties of the solid surface.
  • Multilayer and crystal X-ray optics:
    • Projection X-ray lithography;
    • X-ray microscopy;
    • X-ray astronomy;
    • X-ray plasma diagnostics;
    • New diagnostic methods in multilayer structures of ultrathin films.