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Invited researcher

Leonid Sergeyevich Kuzmin

Laboratory for Cryogenic Nanoelectronics
Year of birth
Academic degree
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Senior researcher at the Nizhniy Novgorod State Technical University (Russia)

General information

Leading scientist's research interests: Nanoelectronis, superconductivity, super-sensitive bolometers for radioastronomy, single-photon counters to search for dark matter axions.

Quote by the head of the laboratory: Their is no world-class science, there is just SCIENCE that is the same everywhere and all the rest is just a hoax.

Scientific recognition

Awards and achievements:

2011 – The IEEE Van Duzer Prize for the Best Publication of the Year in IEEE Transaction on Applied Superconductivity.

2006 – MC2 Education Award to diploma students for building the world's most sensitive thermometer made under the supervision of Leonid Kuzmin.

1984 – Discovery Award N285 from the USSR Committee on Inventions and Discoveries.

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