XXVIIIInternational Symposium
«Nanophysics & Nanoelectronics»

Nizhny Novgorod March, 11–15, 2024

XXVIII Symposium “Nanophysics and Nanoelectronics”

The XXVIII International Symposium “Nanophysics and Nanoelectronics” was held in Nizhny Novgorod from March 11 to March 15, 2024. More than six hundred employees from many leading scientific laboratories in Russia from Kaliningrad to Vladivostok took part in the Symposium.

During the Symposium, a competition of young scientists' works was also held. The winners of the competition are:
* Sofya Andreeva, HSE, ISSP RAS. “Ferromagnetic phase transition in systems with a pseudospin degree of freedom”;
* Elmira Baeva, MPGU. “Mechanism of energy dissipation in the vortex core in TiN epitaxial films”;
* Arslan Galiullin, HSE. “Implementation of a homemade desktop laboratory litho-graphate laboratory lithograph”;
* Daria Kulikova, VNIIA. “Gas-chromic effects in nanostructures based on transition metal oxides and a metal catalyst in a hydrogen-containing atmosphere”;
* Mikhail Mikhailenko, IPM RAS. “Study of the emerging damaged layer in single-crystal silicon and its influence on the behavior of surface roughness during ion etching”;
* Danil Rodionov, IRE RAS. “Two-dimensional magnetoplasmons and rotational-gravity waves in shallow water in laterally limited systems”;
* Mikhail Seleznev, SB IRE RAS. “Study of spin pumping by running MSSWs in Pt/YIG/SiO2/Si microstructures”;
* Alexey Fedorov, RQC. “Quantum complexity and challenges of quantum technologies”;
* Gleb Fedorov, MIPT. "Integrated circuits for quantum machine learning based on superconducting artificial atoms and their control."

**Congratulations to the winners!** All winners will be awarded diplomas and prizes.

The traditional Symposium statistics and photos are available.

See you in Nizhny Novgorod in 2025!

The main sections of the program

  1. Superconducting nanosystems;
  2. Magnetic nanostructures;
  3. Semiconductor nanostructures: electronic and optical properties, methods of formation;
  4. Measurements and technologies of atomic and nanometer scale based on probe, electron-beam and ion-beam methods;
  5. Multilayer and crystal X-ray optics.
  6. Element base of quantum technologies based on condensed matter.


Dmitry Arkadievich Tatarskiy — scientific secretary of the Symposium,

Maria Vladimirovna Zorina

Ph.: +7 910 796 89 50

Fax: (831) 417–94–64

E-mail: symp@nanosymp.ru