The Experimental Mesoscopic Physics Group in UEC started in 2003. The research in the group is focused on the mesoscopic phenomena in artificially fabricated condensed matter systems. Our reseach interests span over superconductivity, low temperature physics, quantum electronics and nanotechnology.
Quantum current doubler EBL in SVBL
The samples for our study are designed and fabricated by ourselves using micro/nano-fabrication facilities in the shared clean room in the Satelite Venture Business Laboratory in UEC and our own clean room in the lab.
The measurement are performed in our own low-temperature lab, where we have a few dilution refrigerators, superconducting magnets, an EM shielded room, and measuement equipment. Liquid He and N2 are supplied by the Cryogenic division of the Cordinated Center of Research Facilities in UEC in the same building.