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MSTU MIREA - Radboud University Nijmegen : 18 years of successful collaboration. Sigov Alexandr S., rector Mishina Elena D. , the head of the laboratory Moscow State Technical University of Radioengineering , Electronics and Automation MSTU MIREA. science education

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MSTU MIREA - Radboud University Nijmegen:

18 years of successful collaboration

SigovAlexandr S., rector

Mishina Elena D. , the head of the laboratory

Moscow State Technical University of Radioengineering,

Electronics and Automation


  • science

  • education

  • personal training

  • for high-tech industry

1. Moscow State Technical University of Radioengineering,

Electronics and Automation



MSTU MIREA: Departments

Date of Foundation: June 1947

10,000 students 1,500 teachers

MSTU MIREA : Education Scheme



(5 years






(4 years




(2 years study)










Foreign master program

(1or2 years study)

EC-Lille, Minho Univers.etc.

MSTU MIREA: Educational Programmes


MSTU MIREA : Education Scheme

More than 50 Basic Departments in the Institutes of Russian Academy of Science, high-tech and defense industry

Priority directions of scientific research

1. Nanotechnology

2. Nanophotonics

3. Plasma physics

4. Solid-state physics

5. Micro- and nanoelectronics

6. Information telecommunication systems

7. Quantum electronics and electrodynamics

8. Intellectual control of complex dynamic objects

9. Information-logic basis of highly effective data processing

10. Development and research of high-effective methods for digital signals transmission

11. Fiber-optics systems for information collecting and transmission

2. Russian-Dutch cooperation

Starting point: 1995

Level of cooperation: Research laboratories

Laboratory – the centre of high-tech education and training




“Femtosecond optics for nanotechnology”


Spectroscopy of Solids and Interfaces

Institute for Molecules and Materials

Prof. E.Mishina

Prof. Th. Rasing

Group Spectroscopy of Solids and Interfaces


Study the relation between structure and properties of nanoscopic and molecular materials, with an emphasis on phenomena that occur on extremely small spatial dimensions (nanophysics) and very short time-scales (femtoseconds).

A number of different methods are used, like linear and nonlinear optical techniques and scanning probe methods that yield the necessary atomic and interface sensitivities, whereas also completed new experimental tools, such as magnetization-induced second-harmonic generation, ultrasensitive polarimetry methods with femtosecond time resolution and atom lithography are being developed. In addition, novel methods of nanofabrication are being exploited in collaboration with supramolecular chemistry groups within the IMM. A new challenge is to combine the unique properties of optics (high frequency and time resolution) with the unsurpassed spatial resolution of scanning probe methods.

Laboratory “Femtosecond optics for nanotechnology”



Fabrication and characterization of new types of materials and nanostructures for micro-, opto- and nano-electronics with high temporal and spatial resolution.

  • Materials :

  • semiconductor

  • functional

    • ferroelectric,

    • ferromagnetic,

    • multiferroic)

  • bio-organic


Femtosecond laser based

  • Directions of collaboration

  • 1. Research: joint goals, complementary methods

  • 2. Education

    • Students for diploma work (including joint supervising)

    • PhD students (including jointsupervising)

    • Laboratory workshop in Moscow

  • 3. Professor and Researchers’

  • training

  • 4. Conferences, seminars

SNOM&Confocal microscopy

Methods of preparation and study of nanomaterials and nanostructures. Laboratory workshop on Nanotechnology: A Training Manual. Ed. A.S. Sigov. 2nd ed., rev. and add. M. BINOM. Knowledge Laboratory. - 2013. - 184 p. - (The textbook for high school) (in Russian).

Prof. Rasing

Keynote speaker



Funding Scheme

  • Joint projects

    • INTAS

    • RFBR-NWO

    • Ministry of Education and Sciences of RF (Program “Cadres”)

  • NWO (personal)

  • FP7 via RUN

  • Ministry of Education and Sciences of RF and RFBR

    • Part of the work is carried out in RUN

Funding & Joint Projects

145 kEuro

Project Applications

Results & Publications

Joint publications - 33

Cumulative Impact Factor - 30,044

Cumulative citation - 270

Average citation per the paper - 11,25

Joint talks at the conferences - 38

Observation of a Near-Surface Structural Phase Transition in SrTiO3 by Optical Second Harmonic Generation.

E.D. Mishina, T. V. Misuryaev, N. E. Sherstyuk, V. V. Lemanov, A. I. Morozov, A. S. Sigov, and Th. Rasing. Phys. Rev. Lett. v. 85, 3664-3667 (2000) IF 7.37Citations 35

Nonlinear-optical probing of nanosecond ferroelectric switching

E. D. Mishina, N. E. Sherstyuk, V.I. Stadnichuk, A.S. Sigov, V.M. Mukhorotov, Yu.I. Golovko, A. van Etteger, Th. Rasing, Appl. Phys. Lett. 83, 2402-2404 (2003). IF 3.84Citations 24

DC-electric-field-induced second-harmonic generation in Si(111)-SiO2-Cr MOS structures.

O.A. Aktsipetrov, A.A. Fedyanin, E.D. Mishina, A.N. Rubtsov, C.W. van Hasselt, M.A.C. Devillers, and Th. Rasing. Phys. Rev. B 54, 1825, (1996). IF 3.69Citations 41


Total number of researchers 31 (21R+10NL)

Visiting professors: 3R + 3 NL

Students training in RUN: 11 R

PhD Thesis : 4R

Diploma of “Engineer” : 6 R

Students in joint publications: 8R+3NL

Graduates carriers (15)

Time in the Laboratory:

graduates 3-4 years

PhD students – 6-7 years

MSTU MIREA: permanent, PhD – 3

PhD students - 4

RUN, Netherlands (PhD student) – 1

Aveiro University, Portugal (postdoc) – 1

Philips (Moscow) – 1

Gazprom -1

Hamamatsu (Moscow)- 1

Eurotek (Moscow) - 1


  • Short - period travel grants for master students and PhD students (less than 6 months per year)

  • (similar to Marie Curie Actions – IRSES)

  • RFBR-NWO joint Project on Continues basis

  • (as Russian-German)


University Nijmegen

Prof. Rasing

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