Laboratory of Nanomaterials

Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology

The Laboratory of NanoMaterials, led by Prof. Albert G. Nasibulin, is among the top technology laboratories in the world and offers a unique environment for strong interdisciplinary research and a proven track record of productive cooperation. The main research areas of the group are

  • the synthesis of carbon nanomaterials (carbon nanotubes, graphene, metal oxide nanowires),
  • the applications of nanomaterials in transparent and flexible electronics, stretchable electronics, and photovoltaics.


Mission of the Laboratory

Our mission is to carry out high impact scientific and applied research based on nanomaterials to gain international recognition as a laboratory for the research excellence. The scientific level of the group is maintained by international leading scientists, involved in the research, strengthened by successful collaboration with national and international researchers and by disseminating research results in high quality journals and by holding scientific conferences and teaching courses in the frame of scientific interests of the group. The main aim is to generate innovation and commercialization of scientific results produced in the laboratory
Objectives of the Laboratory:

  • To conduct world-class scientific research in the fields of nanomaterial synthesis for various applications such as electronics, photonics, and optoelectronics;
  • To attract young and mature scientists with burning eyes to maintain high level research in the lab;
  • To create a laboratory with modern and sophisticated equipment to be utilized in a high efficiency research;
  • To provide a dynamic and creative educational environment for graduate and post-graduate students;
  • To establish and maintain a strong link with Russian and International institutions and industries to explore and adopt the latest scientific advances through applied research.

Head of the laboratory:


Prof. Dr. Sc. Albert G. Nasibulin

Tel: +7 916 690 3812

Postdoctoral researcher:

Anastasia-Tyurnina_portrait Dr. Anastasia Tyurnina

2D crystals for optoelectronics

 mrSxvqhfJ00 Dr.  Yury Gladush

Tel: +7 916 442 63 738

Optical properties of nanomaterials

 Daria_foto Dr. Daria Kopylova

Tel: +7 903 71 74 144

Bolometers based on carbon nanomaterials

 clip_image002 Dr. Anastasia Goldt

Tel: +7 916 453 8064

Synthesis of magnetic nanoparticles

  Dr. Fedor Fedorov

Tel: +7 903 3849467

Electronic nose

  Dr. Eugene Shulga

Tel: +7 965 1686115

3D printing

  Dr. Vladislav Kondrashov
Research Scientist
Dr. Dmitry Krasnikov

Research Scientist
Synthesis of carbon nanomaterials

PhD students:

str3-3 Evgenia Gilshteyn

Tel: +7 926 932 0509

Stretchable electronics

 str3-4 Alexey Tsapenko

Tel: +7 916 650 4109

Transparent and conductive carbon nanomaterials

 aijijcfe Vsevolod Iakovlev

Tel: +7 967 2429 871

Synthesis of carbon nanotubes

 image001 Stepan Kruglov

Tel: +79688084155

Thermoacoustic effect in carbon nanotubes

  Boris Afinogenov

Photonic crystal

Alena Alekseeva

Gas sensors based on carbon nanotubes

Artem Grebenko

Synthesis of 2D materials

Anton Bubis


MS students:

  Yulia Sklyuva

Synthesis of carbon nanotubes

Aram Mkrtchyan

Saturable absorber based on SWCNTs

Ilya Gukov

Fiber laser pulse generation

Orisia Zeremba

Optimisation of optoelectronic properties of SWCNT films

Lab alumni:

 str3-6 Andrey Vyatskikh

MS diploma “Synthesis of graphene”. 2015

 str3-5 Aleksandra Gorkina

MS diploma “Transparent and conductive hybrid graphene/carbon nanotube films”. 2015

 str3-7 Dinara Zhussupova

MS diploma “Silver nаnowires for stretchаble аnd trаnspаrent electronics”. 2016


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Tel: +79258634604

MS diploma “Formation of micro- and nanostructures by soft lithography and laser treatment”. 2017

Daler Amanbayev

MS diploma “All nanotube supercapiсators”. 2017