Highlights 2013

25-09-2013
Contact : Eric Ercolani
A new photonic camera has been developed in the framework of the ArTéMis project (Bolometers architecture for large field of view ground based telescopes in the sub-millimeter).
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17-07-2013
Contact : Frederic Michel
The 17th meeting of technical coordination for the proposed superconducting tokamak JT-60SA was held in Grenoble in the INAC on 28 and 29 May 2013.
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12-11-2013
Lithium ion batteries (LIB) are considered as prime candidates for electric vehicles. Among them, batteries with silicon nanoparticles (SiNPs) based negative electrode are very promising, thanks to their important energy storage capacity, ten times higher than the current ones.
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18-09-2013
Contact : Stefano Mossa
Performances of the membrane-electrode assembly in polymer electrolyte fuel cells strongly depend on the features of the catalyst layer.
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11-07-2013
The article entitled: "Amorphous Zinc Stannate (Zn2SnO4) Nanofibers Networks as photoelectrodes for Organic Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells", signed by the SPrAM, the SCIB and two Korean laboratories is published as front cover of the latest issue of Advanced Functional Materials. http://dx.
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10-10-2013
We have modeled for the first time devices developed at LETI and STMicroelectronics with quantum methods. These simulations have provided important information on the physics of these devices.
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09-10-2013
Contact : Xavier Jehl
Electron pumps are devices delivering a quantized current when driven at a frequency f: I=Nef, where N is an integer and e the electron charge.
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10-10-2013
We have modeled for the first time devices developed at LETI and STMicroelectronics with quantum methods. These simulations have provided important information on the physics of these devices.
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07-10-2013
Contact : Gaël De Paëpe
The eighth edition of the Alpine Conference on Solid-State NMR took place in Chamonix in September 2013.  With over two hundred participants from twenty different countries, the conference is traditionally marked by the awarding of a prize in memory of R. Regitze Vol.
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18-09-2013
Contact : Vincent Maurel
In the 1990 years several groups tried to design purely organic polymers with collective magnetic properties (ideally with a ferromagnetic transition).
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27-03-2013
The cell wall of bacteria is composed of several biopolymers building a shell around the cell, which allows recognition and adhesion to hosts, as well as regulation of other important cellular functions.
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20-11-2013
Magnetic nanoparticles are more and more used for various biotechnological applications, due to their capability to exert actuation on biological species thanks to magnetic fields applied remotely.
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09-10-2013
Contact : Vincent Baltz
Spintronics applications use ferromagnetic(F)/antiferromagnetic(AF) exchange bias (EB) interactions to set the reference direction required for the spin of conduction electrons. They therefore may involve layers intermixing originating from F/AF interfaces.
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09-10-2013
Contact : Léa Cuchet
Usually, magnetic tunnel junctions consist of electrodes made of an alloy of cobalt, iron and boron (CoFeB) and a tunnel barrier in magnesium oxide (MgO). To bring perpendicular anisotropy to such structures, multilayers of cobalt and platinum (Co/Pt) may be used.
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17-07-2013
In May, at the "International Memory Workshop" organized by the IEEE in California, Spintec and Crocus Technology presented the first demonstration of magnetic memory cells capable of performing a logic function.
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18-09-2013
MRI is a non-invasive diagnostic tool providing high-resolution anatomical images consisting of 3D maps of the relaxation rates of the hydrogen nuclei in the body.
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11-07-2013
Contact : Sylvie Sauvaigo
Sylvie Sauvaigo just received the prize in 2013 national contest for the creation of innovative companies. On Tuesday, July 2, 2013, Genevieve Fioraso chaired the ceremony national contest to support the creation of innovative companies.
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22-05-2013
Contact: Jean Breton
DNA lesions are recognized within our cells by a myriad of proteins playing key roles in important processes such as DNA repair or modulation of gene expression.
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27-03-2013
The cell wall of bacteria is composed of several biopolymers building a shell around the cell, which allows recognition and adhesion to hosts, as well as regulation of other important cellular functions.
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