XXVIInternational Symposium
«Nanophysics & Nanoelectronics»

Nizhny Novgorod March, 14-17, 2022

XXVI Symposium “Nanophysics and Nanoelectronics”

On March 14–17, 2022, the XXVI International Symposium "Nanophysics and Nanoelectronics" has been held online due to restrictions caused by the pandemic. The symposium was organized by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, the Department of Physical Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Scientific Council of the Russian Academy of Sciences on Semiconductor Physics, the Scientific Council of the Russian Academy of Sciences on Condensed Matter Physics, the Institute of Physics of Microstructures of the Russian Academy of Sciences - a branch of the Federal Research Center of the Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences and University of Nizhny Novgorod. The co-chairs of the Symposium are Academician Sergey Gaponov and Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences Zakhary Krasililnik. The Symposium was held with the financial support of Russian manufacturers and suppliers of research equipment. The scientific topics of the symposium traditionally included the most relevant areas of modern condensed matter physics, such as superconducting nanosystems, magnetic and semiconductor nanostructures, methods of probe and electron microscopy, and multilayer X-ray optics. The participants of the symposium could attend 6 plenary reports prepared by world-class experts in various areas of modern nanostructure physics in addition to 5 sections working in parallel virtual halls,.

The online format of the symposium allowed an unprecedented expansion of the audience (more than 680 participants). The XXVI International Symposium "Nanophysics and Nanoelectronics" has become the largest in its history. More than 700 reports have been presented; more than 280 were oral presentations, including 90 invited one on the most topical and actively discussed problems in the physics of micro- and nanostructures. Video recordings of all plenary, invited and oral presentations will be available by links in the Symposium Program.

The competition of young scientists has been held within the framework of each section of the symposium. The following participants and presentations have been noted:
• Zhaketov Vladimir Dmitrievich, JINR
• Andrey Andreyevich Kamashev, KPhTI
• Khokhlov Nikolai Evgenievich, Ioffe Institute
• Rakhlin Maxim Vladimirovich, Ioffe Institute
• Rumyantsev Vladimir Vladimirovich, IPM RAS,
• Bogdan Romanovich Borodin, Ioffe Institute
• Malyshev Ilya Vyacheslavovich, IPM RAS,

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.

Contacts

Dmitry Arkadievich Tatarskiy — scientific secretary of the Symposium,
Ph.: (831) 417–94–82 +142 or +534

Maria Vladimirovna Zorina
Ph.: (831) 417-94-76 +520

Fax: (831) 417–94–64

E-mail: symp@nanosymp.ru

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