Faits marquants 2011

01 juillet 2011
Le numéro de juin-août des C.R. Physique est consacré à la supraconductivité des systèmes fortement corrélés. Trois contributions sont signées par des chercheurs du SPSMS, témoignant de sa forte empreinte internationale sur ce ... Lire la suite »
 
04 octobre 2011
The distribution of cold power in cryogenic systems is becoming increasingly important, in particular because of the replacement of cryogen baths by mechanical cryocoolers which are local cold sources. Two-phase systems (heat pipes) are good candidates to address this new problem. The SBT has ... Lire la suite »
01 septembre 2011
JT-60SA is the future tokamak of the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA). Superconductive magnets will be used to confine the plasma. The fusion reactor is jointly constructed through the Broader Approach Agreement involving Europe and Japan and it shall be in operation in 2016. CEA has the ... Lire la suite »
03 mai 2011
Contact: Lionel Duband
Gaze at the Eagle Nebula, close to the centre of our Galaxy. Star forming regions can be spotted in this picture (centre and left portion). According to astrophysicists, hundreds of stars are born here. This picture was taken in April 2010 by two of the instruments on board the Herschel satellite ... Lire la suite »
02 avril 2011
Contact: Daniel Communal
In collaboration with SPrAM, SBT has developed a temperature sensor based on fluorescent nanocrystals and optical fiber for temperature measurements in the range 4-40 K.   This type of sensor is based on the fluorescence decay of nanocrystals. The decay time, i.e. the time it takes for ... Lire la suite »
02 octobre 2011
Contact: Gilles Gaudin
Spintec researchers, in collaboration with the Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology and the Autonomous University of Barcelona have developed a new technique to write information in a magnetic memory cell in a more stable manner and at a lower energy cost. This technique opens up very promising ... Lire la suite »
02 avril 2011
Contact: Éric Gautier
At Spintec, in collaboration with the Laboratory of Advanced Microscopy of SP2M, we have developed a sample preparation technique for electron holography imaging. With this technique, we can draw a map of the magnetic field in a sample consisting of magnetic bilayers developed for multilevel ... Lire la suite »
12 mai 2011
Les clusters nanométriques d'oxyde et d'hydroxyde d'actinides (uranium, plutonium) jouent un rôle important dans la technologie pour l'industrie nucléaire, dans la migration des actinides libérés dans l'environnement par l'extraction minière, la production ... Lire la suite »
 

 

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