The research of QDP extends over a variety of different topics. QDP is therefore divided in to sub groups.
Quantum Devices & Oxide Electronics
Headed by Professor Avgust Yurgens
and Sergey Kubatkin
The group has its origin in superconductivity and superconducting electronics and has moved towards oxide based materials, such as ceramic superconductors, ferroelectric and manganite materials. Present activities include basic thin film growth and material studies to form the basic building blocks both for fundamental investigations as well as for devices with quantum limited sensitivity and operation up to terahertz frequencies.
The goal of Bolometer Group is development of the next generation of superconducting detectors for ground-based and space Cosmology Experiments.
The Saroj Dash Group
Our research aims for future generation of nanodevices that could become
non-volatile, versatile, fast and capable of simultaneous data storage
and processing; with less energy consumption. We perform research and
education on Quantum device physics and Spintronic devices with
Graphene, 2D semiconductors, van der Waals heterostructures of 2D
materials, Silicon nanostructures, and Topological Insulators.