Jesper Mygind's main field of research is within: Solid state physics, low temperature physics, dynamics of nonlinear systems, superconductivity, Josephson effect, quantum devices, quantum metrology, nano devices, cryogenic STM/AFM/MFM, carbonnanotubes (SWCNT), millikelvin technique, high frequency properties, noise and fluctuations.
Current research projects:
- Spectral linewidth and phase locking of 200GHz - 1.2THz Josephson Flux Flow Oscillators, FFO
- Integrated submm all-superconducting receiver (SIR) with high spectral resolution.
- Noise and linewidth of Cherenkov Flux Flow Oscillators, CFFO.
- Fluxon interactions and trapping in long linear and annular Josephson junctions
- Spontaneous Kibble-Zurek type trapping of magnetic flux quanta in single superconducting ring
- Miniature STM/AFM for millikelvin temperatures
- Josephson radiation emission from high-Tc junctions and arrays
- Electronic devices made with carbon nanotubes
- Cryogenic Scanning Laser Microscope, CSLM (on hold)
- Direct writing with AFM of nano-size electronic devices (on hold)