After earning his PhD in theoretical physics in 2008, Dmitry Karlovets joined a postdoc program in Germany where he spent another three years.
We are glad to invite you to participate in our School on High-Q Nanophotonics structures for biosensing to be held on 22-23 November!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. That is why we devoted the entire last month to preparing material about the unique breast cancer diagnostic technology created by our scientists.
Researchers placed a polymer on a thin perovskite film and, using lithography, created a metasurface consisting of prolonged parallelepipeds. In the future, this will help create highly efficient visualizers for infrared radiation.
Headed by Rector Vladimir Vasilyev, a delegation of scientists from ITMO’s School of Physics and Engineering has recently returned from the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) located in Dubna, Moscow