INSTITUTE FOR NANOSCIENCES AND CRYOGENICS

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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2017 PhD propositions
 
21-07-2017
The properties of hard X-ray to excite light emission can be combined simultaneously with X-ray fluorescence techniques to study nanoscale devices as demonstrated for multiple quantum well (MQW) InGaN/GaN core/shell wires integrated in blue LED emitters. This study allowed us to understand the ... More »
 
21-07-2017
Germanium is one of the most appealing candidate for spintronic applications, thanks to its compatibility with the Si platform, the long electron spin lifetime and the optical properties matching the conventional telecommunication window. Electrical spin injection schemes have always been exploited ... More »
 
17-07-2017
Advancing spintronic devices requires using novel 2D materials including graphene with featured properties. In particular, a significant effort has been focused on injecting spins and inducing magnetism in graphene giving rise to emerging field of graphene spintronics. It is demonstrated that ... More »
 
28-06-2017
The development of sensitive and compact readout tools of quantum states is a central issue in the run to industrial scalability of semiconductor quantum bits (qubits). We employ the gates of industrial silicon Field-Effect Transistors (used as qubits) as radio-frequency resonators integrated in ... More »
07-07-2016
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06-07-2017
Grenoble doctoral programs for Quantum Engineering : Deadline October 5th, 2017
 
07-02-2017
21-month postdoctoral position: Directed Self-Assembly (DSA) of Functional Block Copolymers: Multiscale structure/property correlations
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