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MSTU MIREA - Radboud University Nijmegen:
18 years of successful collaboration
Sigov Alexandr S., rector
Mishina Elena D. , the head of the laboratory
Moscow State Technical University of Radioengineering,
Electronics and Automation
MSTU MIREA
•science
•education
•personal training
for high-tech industry
1. Moscow State Technical University of Radioengineering,
Electronics and Automation
MSTU MIREA
�РЭА
MSTU MIREA: Departments
Date of Foundation: June 1947
Electroni
cs
Economics
and
Manageme
nt
10,000 students
1,500 teachers
MSTU
MIREA
Information
Technology
Cybernet
ics
Radioengineeri
ng
MSTU MIREA : Education Scheme
Engineer
program
(5 years
study)
Engineer
diploma
Bachelor
program
(4 years
study)
Master
program
(2 years
study)
Bachelor
degree
Master
degree
Post
graduate
education
Foreign master program
(1 or 2 years study)
EC-Lille, Minho Univers.etc.
Ph.D.
degree
MSTU MIREA: Educational Programmes
Bachelor
• Optical Engineering
• Electronics and
Nanoelectronics
• Robotics and
Mechatronics
• Applied Mathematics
• Information
Technology
• Radioengineering
• Economics
• Management
• Total 25
educational
programmes
Master
• Nanotechnology and
Microsystem
Technique
• Instrument
Engineering
• Optical Engineering
• Applied Mathematics
and Informatics
• Electronics and
Nanoelectronics
• Robotics and
Mechatronics
• Total 16
educational
programmes
Engineer
• Protected
Telecommunication
Systems
• Cyber Security
• Radio-Electronic
Systems and
Complexes
�РЭА
MSTU MIREA : Education Scheme
More than 50 Basic Departments in the
Institutes of Russian Academy of Science,
high-tech and defense industry
University
Basic
Department
Industrial
Priority directions of
scientific research
1. Nanotechnology
2. Nanophotonics
3. Plasma physics
4. Solid-state physics
5. Micro- and nanoelectronics
6. Information telecommunication systems
7. Quantum electronics and electrodynamics
8. Intellectual control of complex dynamic objects
9. Information-logic basis of highly effective data processing
10. Development and research of high-effective methods for digital
signals transmission
11. Fiber-optics systems for information collecting and transmission
2. Russian-Dutch cooperation
Starting point: 1995
Level of cooperation: Research laboratories
Laboratory – the centre of high-tech education and training
MSTU MIREA
Laboratory
“Femtosecond optics for
nanotechnology”
FEMTON
Prof. E.Mishina
RUN
Spectroscopy of Solids
and Interfaces
Institute for Molecules
and Materials
Prof. Th. Rasing
Group Spectroscopy of Solids and Interfaces
(RUN)
http://www.ru.nl/ssi/
Study the relation between structure and
properties of nanoscopic and molecular
materials, with an emphasis on phenomena
that occur on extremely small spatial
dimensions (nanophysics) and very short timescales (femtoseconds).
A number of different methods are used, like
linear and nonlinear optical techniques and
scanning probe methods that yield the
necessary atomic and interface sensitivities,
whereas also completed new experimental
tools, such as magnetization-induced secondharmonic generation, ultrasensitive polarimetry
methods with femtosecond time resolution and
atom lithography are being developed. In
addition, novel methods of nanofabrication are
being
exploited
in
collaboration
with
supramolecular chemistry groups within the
IMM. A new challenge is to combine the unique
properties of optics (high frequency and time
resolution) with the unsurpassed spatial
resolution of scanning probe methods.
Laboratory “Femtosecond optics for nanotechnology”
FEMTON - MSTU MIREA
Goals:
Fabrication and characterization of
new
types
of
materials
and
nanostructures for micro-, opto- and
nano-electronics with high temporal
and spatial resolution.
Materials :
• semiconductor
• functional
ferroelectric,
ferromagnetic,
multiferroic)
• bio-organic
Techniques:
Femtosecond laser based
http://www.nano.fel.mirea.ru
Directions of collaboration
1. Research: joint goals, complementary methods
2. Education
Students
for diploma work (including joint
supervising)
PhD students (including joint supervising)
Laboratory workshop in Moscow
3. Professor and Researchers’
SNOM&Confocal microscopy
training
4. Conferences, seminars
Prof.
Rasing
KEYNOTE
Keynote
speaker
speaker
Methods of preparation and study of nanomaterials and nanostructures.
Laboratory workshop on Nanotechnology: A Training Manual. Ed. A.S.
Sigov. 2nd ed., rev. and add. M. BINOM. Knowledge Laboratory. - 2013.
- 184 p. - (The textbook for high school) (in Russian).
Funding Scheme
1. Joint projects
•
•
•
INTAS
RFBR-NWO
Ministry of Education
(Program “Cadres”)
and
Sciences
of
RF
2. NWO (personal)
3. FP7 via RUN
4. Ministry of Education and Sciences of RF
and RFBR
Part of the work is carried out in RUN
Funding & Joint Projects
Fund
Years
Title
N part Budget
INTAS-RFBR
1995-1997
Nonlinear optics of surface
and interfaces
10
20 k$
NWO-RFBR
047.008.012
1999-2002
New nonlinear dielectric
films for nanotechnology
10
16 k$
INTAS
-2001-00075
2002-2005
Ferroelectrics templated in
nanoporous membranes
10
25 kEuro
NWO
2004-2005
Nonlinear optics for
multiferroics
1
10 kEuro
NWO
2006
Nonlinear optics for
strongly correlated systems
1
10 kEuro
FP7 IFOX
(via RUN)
2011-2013
Interfacing oxides
5
4 kEuro
Ministry of Education
and Science of RF and
RFBR
2008-2013
Different Projects
8
10 kEuro
Ministry of Education
and Science of RF
2012-2013
Ultrafast polarization
dynamics (with Leading
Scientist, Dr. Kimel, NL)
12
75 kEuro
145 kEuro
Project Applications
“Leading Scientist
MEGAGrant”
Ministry of
Education and
Science of RF
(A.V. Kimel, RUN)
2013-2014
Femtosecond control of
magnetism and
ferroelectricity for new
generation of electronic
devices
15
2 000
kEuro
FP7-PEOPLE-2013IRSES
(PI: RUN)
2013-2014
Two-dimensional
Transition Metal
Dichalcogenides for
Ultrafast optoelectronic
Materials
10
60 kEuro
Results & Publications
Joint publications - 33
Cumulative Impact Factor - 30,044
Cumulative citation - 270
Average citation per the paper - 11,25
Joint talks at the conferences - 38
Observation of a Near-Surface Structural Phase Transition in SrTiO3
by Optical Second Harmonic Generation.
E.D. Mishina, T. V. Misuryaev, N. E. Sherstyuk, V. V. Lemanov, A. I. Morozov, A. S. Sigov, and
Th. Rasing. Phys. Rev. Lett. v. 85, 3664-3667 (2000) IF 7.37 Citations 35
Nonlinear-optical probing of nanosecond ferroelectric switching
E. D. Mishina, N. E. Sherstyuk, V.I. Stadnichuk, A.S. Sigov, V.M. Mukhorotov, Yu.I.
Golovko, A. van Etteger, Th. Rasing, Appl. Phys. Lett. 83, 2402-2404 (2003). IF 3.84
Citations 24
DC-electric-field-induced second-harmonic generation in Si(111)-SiO2Cr MOS structures.
O.A. Aktsipetrov, A.A. Fedyanin, E.D. Mishina, A.N. Rubtsov, C.W. van Hasselt, M.A.C.
Devillers, and Th. Rasing. Phys. Rev. B 54, 1825, (1996). IF 3.69 Citations 41
People&quaification
Total number of researchers 31 (21R+10NL)
Visiting professors: 3R + 3 NL
Students training in RUN: 11 R
PhD Thesis : 4R
Diploma of “Engineer” : 6 R
Students in joint publications: 8R+3NL
Graduates carriers (15)
Time in the Laboratory:
graduates 3-4 years
PhD students – 6-7 years
MSTU MIREA: permanent, PhD – 3
PhD students - 4
RUN, Netherlands (PhD student) – 1
Aveiro University, Portugal (postdoc) – 1
Philips (Moscow) – 1
Gazprom -1
Hamamatsu (Moscow)- 1
Eurotek (Moscow) - 1
Suggestions
•Short - period travel grants for master students and
PhD students (less than 6 months per year)
(similar to Marie Curie Actions – IRSES)
•RFBR-NWO joint Project on Continues basis
(as Russian-German)
Acknowledgements:
University Nijmegen
Prof. Rasing
Thank you for your
attention!
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