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  • ITMO’s Faculty of Physics to Train Experts in Wireless Technologies

    Wireless Technologies, a new Bachelor’s program, is launching this year at the Faculty of Physics. The curriculum is tailored to students interested in radiophysics and high tech who are looking to pursue a career in industry or academia. Here is all you need to know about the program.

    13.07.2022

  • All About ITMO Researchers’ Latest Advances in Wireless Power Transfer

    Wireless power transfer technologies have been present on the market for several years now in the form of charging devices for smartphones and toothbrushes. But they are far from perfect: the capacities are lower than in analogous devices and the efficiency depends on the device’s ability to properly sync with the charger. Today, we’ll be looking into ways to reduce energy losses in WPT devices and what the staff of ITMO’s Faculty of Physics have accomplished in this field.

    24.02.2022

  • ITMO Researchers Create Perovskite Chess Set That Glows in the Dark

    For today’s International Chess Day, a research team from ITMO’s School of Physics and Engineering presents a unique device – a chess set with light-emitting pieces that contain perovskite. The energy is delivered wirelessly into each piece using a special transmitter embedded into the chessboard.

    21.07.2021

  • Russian Scientists Demonstrate Perfect Light Absorption by Single Nanoparticle

    In the future, this discovery will be helpful in the development of new technologies for wireless transfer of energy and data. The research was carried out by scientists from ITMO University and Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT). The paper was published in Laser & Photonics Reviews.

    16.06.2021

  • Staff Spotlight: Mingzhao Song, China

    Mingzhao Song, a researcher at the Faculty of Physics and Engineering, came to St. Petersburg almost eight years ago and since then has made a significant contribution to ITMO University’s research activities. In an interview for our portal, he talks about his breakthrough in the field of wireless charging of electronic devices and his unusual hobby.

    01.10.2020

  • ITMO University Scientists Develop a Tool for Wireless Charging of Multiple Devices

    Researchers from the Faculty of Physics and Engineering managed to achieve simultaneous power transfer at various frequencies with the help of a metasurface. It will allow us to simultaneously charge devices from different manufacturers with different power transfer standards. The paper was published in Applied Physics Letters.

    31.08.2020