Responsable : Daniel BRAITHWAITE
Instrumentation, Advanced materials, and Physics of correlated electron systems Our aim in IMAPEC is to tackle current issues in condensed matter physics through three actions: State of the art measurements, especially in extreme conditions of very low temperature, high magnetic field, and ... More »
Head: Hanako OKUNO
The LEMMA group is mainly involved in the characterization of materials and nanostructures at a sub-nanometer scale. For many years it has been involved in developing and using High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy (HRTEM) for applications in the study of interfaces at the atomic scale. ... More »
CREAB - Head: Arnaud BUHOT
The team CREAB develops its research activities at the interface between physics-chemistry-biology with two principal axes: 1/ the conception, the development and the use of biosensors and/or biochips for the analysis of interactions from the molecular scale up to more complex biological objects ... More »
Head : Pascale Delangle
The chemists and biologists of the CIBEST team (CIBEST stands for " Chemistry-Biology Interface for environment, health and toxicology ")  use complementary approaches to understand the mechanisms involved in the human and environmental toxicity of physical or chemical agents. Our ... More »
Head : Jean-Marc DUVAL
Adsorption Cryorefrigerators Adsorption is the physical mechanism by which a gas can be trapped on a surface. For a given material, the quantity of gas adsorbed is a function of the temperature and by the pressure, it increases when the temperature decreases and/or the pressure increases. Thus ... More »
The Activity Cryogenics Fusion is directed towards the problems of technology involved in this field of scientific research. The scanning fields relate to fusion with magnetic containment and fusion by inertial confinement. For this activity, competences were developed in related fields with ... More »
Head : Lionel Dubois
CAMPE is a laboratory for fundamental research combining chemists specializing in synthesis, theoreticians specializing in molecular modeling, spectroscopists and specialists of instrumentation. The laboratory undertakes research in chemistry and molecular physical chemistry, focusing on the ... More »
Head : Patrick BONNAY
Mission At SBT the electronics and instrumentation activity provides the technical support in the measurement and control fields associated with the cryogenic devices developed in this department. The group works in several directions: • Design and production of automated I&C ... More »
Head of Laboratory: Thierry Deutsch Deputy head: Pascal Pochet The objective of the L_Sim laboratory of theory and modeling is to simulate and predict the structure and the properties of nanomaterials. The properties of such materials are governed by their atomic structure. This is the natural ... More »
Head : Marc Sanquer
Research focus The research activity of this laboratory embraces various aspects of mesoscopic quantum transport in nanostructures and low-dimensional systems: silicon nano-MOSFETs made by state-of-the-art nanofabrication techniques, self-assembled semiconductor nanostructures, carbon nanotubes, ... More »
Responsable : Xavier WAINTAL
We are a small group of 15-20 researchers (7 permanent researchers and as many students and postdocs) working on various aspects of quantum nanoelectronics, superconductivity (both mesoscopic and bulk), magnetism and spintronics with a strong overlap with the  experimental groups of PHELIQS, ... More »
Head : Pascal ROUSSEL
The role of our group is to supply all users of the CEA, the ILL (Institut Laue Langevin) or the ESRF (European Synchotron Radiation Facility) in cryogenic fluids. Certain gases are liquified on the center, others are directly bought to the industrialists... The distribution of 204.000 helium L ... More »
Head : Michel Bardet
The magnetic resonance laboratory - about us The strategy developed within the laboratory aims at combining targeted methodological developments with theoretical advances and instrumentational breakthroughs to permit the atomic-level characterization of systems of interest for ... More »
Head : Stephane RAYMOND
  The MDN laboratory was created by L. Néel and E.F. Bertaut in the early sixties in order to study condensed matter physics by means of neutron scattering techniques. Since 1995, its activity is based on the operation of three CRG intruments (IN12, IN22 and D23) installed at ... More »
Head: Regis ANDRE
    The scientific activity of NPSC laboratory should be cropped in a broader context, that of the mixed team "Nanophysics and Semiconductors", created in 1986, which brings together researchers from CEA (SP2M/NPSC), CNRS (Institut Neel, UPR 5031) and Université ... More »
Head: Joël EYMERY
Activities The scientific activity of laboratory NRS is mainly directed on the one hand towards the study in-situ, under ultra vacuum, in real time, of the growth, ripening and the car organization of nanostructures and on the other hand towards the structural study ex-situ of nanostructures. With ... More »
Responsable : Christine HOA
The Refrigeration and Thermo Hydraulics Laboratory (LRTH) is working on two research themes: refrigeration of  thermonuclear fusion machines and analysis of the behavior of helium at very high Reynolds number.
Head: Emmanuel HADJI
The SiNaPS laboratory investigates the new physical phenomena appearing when silicon is down-sized to the nanometer scale. Our aim is to unveil new devices based on the understanding of those phenomena and to explore their future applications. Therefore, SiNaPS research span from material growth ... More »
Head: Peter Reiss
STEP is an interdisciplinary team comprising chemists, physico-chemists, electrochemists and physicists. Our objectives are the control of molecular architectures and complex functionalities, the design of novel performing materials as well as the description and understanding of their physical ... More »


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