In November 25, Russia’s state nuclear corporation Rosatom launched the National Quantum Laboratory (NQL), a federal project that aims to develop a quantum computer by the end of 2024. NUST MISIS and MIPT, along with other universities and Russia’s leading quantum computing companies, have joined the project. The consortium aims to unite efforts and resources of the participants to strengthen the country’s positions in the global quantum marketplace.
NUST MISIS scientists found a way to reduce the cost of industrial and electronics heatsinks production up to 10 times. Consequently, the product itself would also cost less. The proposed methods presume the use of rubbers and silicon carbide as components, i.e. these components are mixed, pressed and sintered. The article on the research is published in Polymers.
Scientists from NUST MISIS National Technological Initiative Center “Quantum Communications” are developing the world’s first prototype of an infrared photon video detector. This will be a camera so powerful that it would be able to track the movement of single particles. The camera will be equipped with a