We investigate mesoscopic physics and its sensor applications. The main focus is on charge transport and thermal properties of metallic, superconducting and hybrid nanostructures. Particular research topics include electronic thermometry and refrigeration, nonequilibrium effects, Josephson devices, quantized and coherent charge pumping, noise, fluctuations and full counting statistics of charge and heat transport. Samples and devices are fabricated in the clean room of the Micronova centre for micro and nanotechnology. We perform our low-temperature experiments (0.01 - 4 K) in our laboratory in Micronova building.

Pico-group in the lab (June 2015). From left: Antti Jokiluoma, Jonne Koski, Nicolas Paillet, Mathieu Taupin, Shilpi Singh, Robab Najafi Jabdaraghi, Jukka Pekola, Dmitri Golubev, Klaara Viisanen, Anna Feshchenko, Ilmo Räisänen, Olli-Pentti Saira, Matthias Meschke, Jesse Muhojoki, Antti Moisio, Joonas Peltonen, (sitting) Ivan Khaymovich.
Not shown: Timothé Faivre.

Group meetings

Where? Grünberg, Micronova
When? Every Monday @9am
Each time we have an informal talk.

27.04.2015:Please note that the schedule has been updated.
See the spring-summer schedule here.


Contact Information

Low Temperature Laboratory,
Department of Applied Physics,
Aalto University School of Science

Visiting address:
Micronova, Tietotie 3, Espoo, Finland
Postal address:
P.O. Box 13500, FIN-00076 AALTO, Finland

Fax: +358-9-470 25008

Tel: +358 40 700 9290,
+358 50 344 2697
e-mail: jukka.pekola(at)aalto.fi
web: http://ltl.tkk.fi/PICO

Our measurement laboratory and offices in the Micronova building are placed on the fourth floor, in rooms 4142 (lab) and 4110 - 4112, 4140, 4160 (offices).