Highlights 2012

November 2012

Contact : Gilles Gaudin
We developed at the PTA a new 3D magnetometer concept, fully integrated, more compact, more accurate and more efficient than current solutions. We fabricated a first generation prototype.

October 2012

Contact : Laurent Vila
Spintronics is an emerging field of research bridging magnetism and electronics. The spins of the electrical carriers are used to carry, store and process electrical information. This information technology paradigm relies on the control of spin currents, ie different flow of spin up and spin down.
Contact : Peter Reiss
Aurélie Lefrançois, PhD student at the laboratory of molecular, organic and hybrid electronics of SPrAM, is one of the 25 winners of the l'Oréal-Unesco 2012 fellowships for women in science.
In the same way that electronic noses are able to analyze gas (odors), electronic tongues are dedicated to analyses of samples in liquid with increasing applications in various domains including food and beverage industries, environment, and biomedicine.
Contact : Eric Ressouche
The compound URu2Si2 is the object of intense investigations for twenty years because the nature of the phase transition observed at T0 = 17.5 K in this compound still remains a mystery despite an impressive experimental effort.

September 2012

Contact : Emmanuel Picard
Today microelectronics techniques allow the combination of optics and microfluidics on the same chip to handle colloidal objects.

July 2012

The article Multielectron redox chemistry of lanthanide Schiff-base complexes written by researchers of SCIB/RICC lab makes the cover of Chemical Science June issue. This paper shows the benefit of using Schiff bases as ligands of lanthanide complexes for multielectronic transfer.

June 2012

Contact : Michel Bardet
LiFePO4-based material is considered as one of the most promising for positive electrodes in commercial lithium-ion batteries. However, the reasons for the decrease in their electrical storage specifications during electrochemical cycles are not fully understood.

May 2012

Spintec Laboratory has recently developed a new method for preparing magnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications.

April 2012

Contact : Gérard Gebel
Understanding and controlling the aging of the proton-conducting Nafion® membrane is one of the key points for the development of fuel cells.
Contact : Michel Bardet
We have used high-resolution solid-State 13C NMR to better understand and optimize the conservation process of archaeological waterlogged woods by polyethylene glycol (PEG) impregnation via the  study of the molecular interactions between PEG and residual celluloses.


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