PHysics and Applications of Superconducting and Magnetic Elements

Our research focuses mainly on transport properties of micro and nanostructures made of various materials such as metals, superconductors or magnetic materials. We are interested in fundamental properties related to low dimensionality and quantum confinement, in particular in materials with strong electronic correlations. Experimental techniques used in the group include low temperature transport, microwave and high-frequency measurements. We also design and realize devices based on these nanostructures, such as superconducting electronic circuits, terahertz wave detectors or single photon detectors.

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