MISIS University traditionally holds open international competitions aimed at supporting research in the field of new scientific directions and the creation of laboratories under the leadership of leading scientists and young researchers.

The laboratory of Smart Sensor Systems was created as part of the implementation of the strategic academic leadership program “Priority 2030”.

Activities of the Laboratory

The goal of the laboratory is to develop new functional materials with controllable properties to create modern miniature smart sensors (including sensors with the possibility of contactless recording of electrical, magnetic, mechanical and thermal parameters).

Tasks of the laboratory include:

  1. Conducting research in the field of soft magnetic materials based on amorphous and nanocrystalline transition metal alloys for sensors operating on the principle of the giant magnetoimpedance effect.
  2. Conducting research in the field of magnetoelectric materials based on multicomponent transition metal oxides and their composites for sensors operating on the principle of the multiferroid effect.
Additional information

The laboratory conducts research within the framework of the RNF grant No. 19-72-10071-P (extension) on the topic “Development and research of new composite materials such as ‘polymer/nanocarbon/ferrite’ for the development of 5G technologies” (competition “Research by scientific groups led by young scientists” of the Presidential Program of research projects implemented by leading scientists, including young scientists).

During the project (2019-2022), 13 articles were published, 11 of which were in highly rated journals from the Q1 list.