INAC is a joint CEA-UGA research institute. It is a major actor in fundamental research on condensed matter, soft matter and cryogenics in Grenoble.

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Researchers from INAC/PHELIQS (CEA Grenoble) and Kavli Institute of Nanoscience (TU Delft, Netherlands) have predicted the occurrence of topological transitions in multi-terminal Josephson junctions. The topology manifests itself in the trans-conductance between two voltage-biased terminals being ... More »
We have studied the growth and optical properties of AlGaN nanowires, a potential candidate for future ultraviolet light sources. We have evidenced that such structures behave as a collection of quantum dots due to short-scale composition fluctuations. Nanowires made of nitride semiconductors ... More »
microelectronics industry has shrinked the size of transistors present in our computers and other electronic equipment, arriving to critical sizes on the order of ten nanometers. On the other hand academic researchers have developed a new paradigm for computing based on quantum physics for which ... More »
Electronic structure calculations based on the Density Functional Theory are widely applied to materials and molecules. Nevertheless, there are limited to systems with few hundred of atoms because the operation scaling is cubic versus the number of atoms. Thanks to the locality properties of ... More »
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