Electronics: from “micro” to “nano” and further levels… Vitaly Dmitrievich Verner, Doctor of Physico-mathematical Sciences, Professor, Honored scientist of the Russian Federation. Since 1967 he works in Moscow Institute of electronic technology (MIET), including 16 years as a vice-rector on scientific work and 10 years as a rector. Since 1998, one of the executives of the CMC "Technological centre" of MIET. Author of more than 250 scientific papers and 22 patents. Awarded the order "For Merit to the Fatherland" of IV degree, "Order of the Labour red banner", "Order of Friendship of Peoples"; Laureate of the prize of the government of Russian Federation.
Ceramics of tin dioxide nanopowder: preparation and properties Using the method of spark plasma sintering (SPS) on the basis of nano-sized powder of tin dioxide was created fine-grained (from 200 to 800 nm), dense, durable ceramic.
Investigation of the strength of micro-objects by NanoScan scanning nanohardness tester The article presents the results of a study of mechanical strength of polyelectrolyte microcapsules with the NanoScan 4D nanohardness tester.
Rapid direct analysis of influenza A virus in a liquid medium may be performed using a piezoelectric cantilever with a glycopolymer-modified receptor containing sialic groups that are specific to the protein of the viral envelope. Rapid direct analysis of influenza A virus in a liquid medium may be performed using a piezoelectric cantilever with a glycopolymer-modified receptor containing sialic groups that are specific to the protein of the viral envelope.
Competitions of the Nanotechnologies YICC: awarding of the winners The Nanotechnologies Youth innovation creativity centre (YICC) held its first competitions. In the spring of 2015 there was a solemn awarding of winners of competitions “My First Factory” and “Designing biosensors”.
How Diamond created a Man Even though the diamond has been used as a model crystal for the solid body physics in the early twenty-first century, it remains as mysterious and unknown to humans as many centuries ago. This article discusses new phenomena expanding people’s perception of this material.
VacuumTechExpo-2015: the people, equipment, trends International exhibition of vacuum machines, equipment and technologies VacuumTechExpo is one of the main events in the Russian nanoindustry. Participants of the forum of 2015 were more than 80 companies from Russia, Belarus, Belgium, Great Britain, Germany, China, Slovakia and the USA. The exhibition was attended by more than 2.3 thousand professionals from 48 regions of Russia and 12 foreign countries. In the last issue we told about the winners of the competition "The best innovative product in the field of high technologies", and now will focus more on the market trends and related features of the exhibition.
Patenting of inventions in Russia: the main problems and their solutions Some of the problems associated with low patent protection of Russian production, was considered earlier. Let’s discuss them in more detail, given the political realities of today.
Lubricant composition to improve abrasive materials processing New solid lubricant based on organic fillers of nanomaterials provides a comprehensive efficiency of metal processing: improving quality and reducing time of grinding and polishing, the exclusion of burn marks, reducing the temperature in the treatment area, increasing the service life of the abrasive tool.
"Modern Nanotechnology" center at Ural Federal University: the interaction of science and industry The Ural center for shared use "Modern nanotechnology" at Ural Federal University was opened in Yekaterinburg on 12 December 2007. Over time it became a point of attraction for researchers in the field of nanotechnology and regional advisory center. The activities of the center brought together three areas: education, science and innovation processes in industry.
Fiftieth anniversary of Moore’s Law: scaling of IC elements The first part of the series of publications devoted to the 50th anniversary of Moore’s Law discusses the correlation between the scaling of IC elements and Moore’s Law
Atomic layer deposition – technology that changed the world The article outlines the key features of Atomic Layer Deposition and some of its practical applications.
Nanotechnology of engineering materials In the model system "carbon-carbon" are implemented theoretical foundations and technological principles of production of new engineering materials. Obtained voluminous carbon nanomaterial with unique properties allows to manufacture engineering products with the specifications above the world level.