06-01-2017
Contact : Manon Tardif
We demonstrate the optical trapping of living objects with an integrated SOI microcavity and the discrimination of three different types of bacteria based on the analysis of the trapped bacterium interactions with the electromagnetic field of the cavity. Bacteria are an important subject of ... More »
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. This type of scanning probe microscopy is mainly based on a point ... More »
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. These researchers have produced the first green nanowires-based flexible LED in the world and the first multilayer system combining blue ... More »
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. In the case of Ge, this limitation can potentially ... More »
25-03-2014
Georgiana Irina Groza, a post-doc fellow currently working at the PTA in the frame of a  large collaboration involving CEA-IRFU/CNRS-LPN/CNRS-IAS, and former PhD at the Nanostructure and Magnetism lab, has been awarded the NanoART monthly prize in February 2014.   NanoART is a Nano ... More »
28-02-2014
Contact : Nicoals Pauc
Kevin Guilloy, a first year PhD student at SiNaPS lab, has been awarded the NanoART monthly prize in January 2014.   NanoART is a Nano Imagery contest sponsored by nRai®, and organized in Grenoble by the Nanoscience Foundation.   Website for submission: ... More »
29-01-2014
Contact : Denis Buttard
Ludovic Dupré, who defended his PhD thesis in Octobre 2013, after his doctoral stay at SiNaPS lab, was first awarded at the monthly contest in March 2013. He is now awarded the second prize at the annual contest, amounted to US$ 3000, for the micrograph reproduced here.   NanoART ... More »
14-01-2014
Contact : Gerard Bidan
  Whereas batteries provide energy over several hours, supercapacitors deliver energy peaks in seconds, and provide strong power. Balancing energy and power under constrained volumes is the key challenge for the growth of many industrial applications including the electric vehicle where ... More »
08-01-2014
Contact : Nicolas Pauc, Arnaud Morin (Liten), Samuele Galbiati (Liten)
Paste a stack of platinum nanotubes on proton exchange membrane of a fuel cell is the feat achieved through the joint efforts of researchers from INAC and LITEN. A preliminary assessment including tests under operating conditions of the battery reveals the potential of this new ... More »
18-09-2012
Contact : Emmanuel Picard
Today microelectronics techniques allow the combination of optics and microfluidics on the same chip to handle colloidal objects. The SiNaPS laboratory, in collaboration with the Near Field Optics Group of University of Burgundy and the Microelectronics Technologies Laboratory in Grenoble (LTM), ... More »

 

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