2015

November 2015

30-11-2015
Magnetic devices made from the same thin film and subjected to the same electric excitation switch opposite to each other due to their different shape. The magic about the art of paper folding is that from the same sheet of paper one can create so many different objects.
23-11-2015
Contact : Stefano Mossa
Control of heat transport at the nanoscale is crucial for many technologies, including thermoelectricity.
06-11-2015
Contact : Emmanuel PICARD
The distribution of the electromagnetic field is an essential input for the design and development of new photonic structures. The classical near-field microscopy tools (SNOM, PSTM ..) allow to obtain this information experimentally.
04-11-2015
Researchers from CNRS, CEA, Paris-Sud University and Joseph Fourier University have developed a new process for producing light emitting diodes (LED) flexible.

October 2015

29-10-2015
Contact : Helene JOISTEN
A recent approach for cancer cells destruction was proposed, based on the triggering of cancer cell spontaneous death through the mechanical vibration of anisotropic magnetic nanoparticles attached to the cells membrane at low frequencies (20Hz) and in weak magnetic fields ( a few mT).
29-10-2015
Contact : Ricardo Sousa
During writing of Thermally Assisted Switching Magnetic Random Access Memory (TAS-MRAM), the torque due to a voltage pulse may be used to help writing.
29-10-2015
Contact : Bernard DIENY
Thematic Prize 2015 Adrien Constantin de Magny awarded to Bernard DIENY by the French Sciences Academy Bernard Dieny from INAC/SPINTEC received the thematic Prize « Adrien Constantin de Magny » for his research in nanomagnetism and spin-electronics.
 

September 2015

15-09-2015
Contact : Damien Massy
Damien Massy, SP2M/NRS, received the best presentation award at the E-MRS Fall meeting 2015 for his paper called “Alternative Smart-Cut integration on silicon”. The paper was about Damien’s PhD work, on Acoustic Emission from Crack Propagation in the Smart Cut™ Technology.
14-09-2015
Contact : Lionel Duband
Lionel Duband and his team were awarded the 2015 William E. Gifford Award by the Cryogenic Society of America (CSA). This prize rewards the team working on project ARTEMIS within INAC's Low Temperatures Department.
 

July 2015

29-07-2015
Contact : Vincent Calvo
Light sources fully integrated into microelectronics technology are the missing stones of silicon photonics. Silicon, as well as germanium, are not well suited for light emission in their natural form, due to the indirect nature of their bandgap.
 

June 2015

23-06-2015
Contact : Mair Chshiev
Abstract The interfacial structures between magnetic/non-magnetic films play a crucial rule in spintronic devices. In particular, Tunneling magneto-resistance (TMR) is extremely sensitive to the band structure of ferromagnet/insulator interfaces.
16-06-2015
To mimic the copper transport protein Ctr1, responsible for copper entrance into cells, several molecular architectures based on the symmetric scaffold, nitrilotriacetic acid (NTA) functionalized with three amino acids bearing thioether side chains were designed.

April 2015

22-04-2015
The maximization of Hex/HC ratio (Hex being the exchange bias field and HC the coercive field) and Hex thermal stability are key aspects to improve the performances of Thermally Assisted Magnetic Random Access Memory (TA-MRAM).
22-04-2015
One solution to meet the new microelectronics and very advanced processes issues is to use Magnetic Tunnel Junctions (MTJ), adding mainly the non-volatility to the integrated circuits. This enables to improve the performance, especially in terms of power consumption and new functionalities.

March 2015

31-03-2015
Legend: Q-constant energy scans (solid symbols), at two Bragg positions shown in the inset, fitted by a series of Gaussian functions (solid lines).
27-03-2015
Contact : Dmitry Aldakov
Jinhyung Park, a postdoc fellow working at SPrAM/LEMOH and funded by the ANR grant QuePhelec", has been awarded the NanoART monthly prize in February 2015.
03-03-2015
Contact : Marina Gromova
In oleaginous seeds, the energy reserves are mainly triacylglycerols that are liquid lipids contained inside micrometric vesicles, called oil bodies (OB). Seeds are of first importance for human and animal feeds, for biofuels sources and their economic weight is far from being negligible.
 

February 2015

24-02-2015
Contact : Thierry Douki
While melanin's role is to protect us when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the Sun, the molecules used to make it could produce alterations in the DNA.
24-02-2015
Self-organized nanoclusters in a thin film elaborated by sol-gel, this is possible ! The nanocluster organization is closely related to the pore arrangement in the annealed films.
20-02-2015
Contact : Walid Rachidi
These results have just been published by researchers of the Laboratory of skin substitutes (LSC) in Lyon and CEA in Grenoble (INAC / SCIB / LAN).   "Our work shows that the injection of adipose stem cells increases skin regeneration.
03-02-2015
Contact : Marc Sanquer
Nanowire transistors in the sub10 nm range are subject to process variability. A main cause is the surface roughness of the nanowire. A single dopant centered in the channel can also modify the room temperature electrical characteristics of the transistor.

January 2015

15-01-2015
Contact : Dorian Gaboriau
The 2014 NanoArt winner is Dorian Gaboriau, a PhD student working at SPrAM/LEMOH and SP2M/SiNaPS and co-funded by DGA and CEA. He was first awarded the monthly prize in October 2014.
 

 

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