Molecular single-electronics

Currently our group is researching electron transport through small (5 nm) molecules.  It will provide to create a new generation of elctronic devices.  We need both good experimentalists and theorists, that want to work, to acheive this difficult goal.

 

 

 

 

Scanning electron microscope image of gold electrodes with a gap less than 2 nm (b,c). We made them in our lab by an accurate breaking of the nanowire (a) with high density current.The electrodes are ready for fixation and studying of a molecule.

 

 

 

Gold nanowire with width less than 25 nm prepared for accurate breaking (electromigration)

 

 

 

 

Molecular transistor based on a Scanning Tunnel Microscope tip (Laboratory of Cryoelectronics 1996)

  • Eugene S. Soldatov

    Eugene S. Soldatov

    Senior researcher

    ISTINA
  • Vladislav V. Shorokhov

    Vladislav V. Shorokhov

    Associate Professor
    Division of Atomic Physics, Plasma Physics, and Microelectronics

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  • Sarkis A. Dagesyan

    Sarkis A. Dagesyan

    PhD Student, laboratore assistant
    Division of Atomic Physics, Plasma Physics, and Microelectronics

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  • Serafima Ryzhenkova

    Serafima Ryzhenkova

    Student
    Semiconductor division

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