3-year postdoctoral position: In situ synchrotron X-ray monitoring of the growth of defect-free two-dimensional materials by liquid-metal catalytic routes
28/09/2017
3-year postdoctoral position: In situ synchrotron X-ray monitoring of the growth of defect-free two-dimensional materials by liquid-metal catalytic routes
Within a European project, the CEA is seeking to recruit a Post-Doctoral Fellow (f/m): In situ synchrotron X-ray monitoring of the growth of defect-free two-dimensional materials by liquid-metal catalytic routes

Nanoscience Foundation 2017 Chair of Excellence program
22/08/2017
Nanoscience Foundation 2017 Chair of Excellence program
The Nanosciences Foundation is launching the 2017 edition of its “Chair of Excellence Program” The deadline is: September 15th, 2017 - 12.00 pm The program Chairs of Excellence has been created to attract talented researchers to Grenoble to develop a research project in emerging fields of nanosciences in the network’s laboratories. The Chairs of Excellence are open to both junior and senior scientists, available for part time position in Grenoble; the minimum contract duration is 9 months - to be split over three years.
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Organic/Hybrids Electronics and Large Scale Facilities: SYNOHE workshop – 4th and 5th December 2017 – Annecy – France
04/08/2017
Organic/Hybrids Electronics and Large Scale Facilities: SYNOHE workshop – 4th and 5th December 2017 – Annecy – France
The European ORZEL project and the Groupe de Recherches (GDR) Organic Electronics from CNRS put their efforts in common to back the organization of the SYNOHE workshop in Annecy next early December. All of us involved in hybrid and organic electronics field know it is crucial to fully investigate the structural and dynamic properties of key materials because of their strong correlations with the (opto)-electronic transport properties. The roles of order/disorder, of the anisotropy, of the heterogeneity in composition or in structure to cite only some aspects have to be described in details.
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2 years postdoc position opening at SPINTEC in the framework of the H2020 EU FET-OPEN SPICE (2017-2020) project on
21/07/2017
2 years postdoc position opening at SPINTEC in the framework of the H2020 EU FET-OPEN SPICE (2017-2020) project on "Development of optically sensitive storage layer materials to be integrated in magnetic tunnel junctions"
Spin Transfer Torque Random Access Memories (STT-RAM) are focusing an increasing interest in microelectronics industry due to their non-volatility, speed, density, downsize scalability to below 20nm nodes, infinite endurance plus radiation hardness. Major microelectronics companies are aiming at DRAM replacement by STTRAM below the 20nm technology node. An interesting trend that improves the write speed and power of such spintronic memory is the discovery of magnetization reversal by femtosecond laser pulses in thin ferromagnetic Gd/Fe/Co films. Recent results show that a wide class of magnetic materials can be switched in this way.
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Grenoble doctoral programs for Quantum Engineering : Deadline October 5th, 2017
06/07/2017
Grenoble doctoral programs for Quantum Engineering : Deadline October 5th, 2017
The Quantum Engineering Grenoble program from Université Grenoble-Alpes and the Grenoble Quantum Engineering European COFUND program will offer 20 PhD positions over 3 calls (autumn 2017, spring 2018, autumn 2018). The deadline for the next call is 2017, October 5th

12-month postdoctoral position: Graphene/2D layer  transfer technologies
23/06/2017
12-month postdoctoral position: Graphene/2D layer transfer technologies
A postdoctoral position in the physics and technology of layer transfer is available as part of the research program "Programme Tranverse de Compétence" between basic and applied research departments of the CEA. The research will be performed in collaboration with researchers of Institut Nanosciences et Cryogénie of CEA (INAC) and Laboratoire d'Electronique et Technologie de l'Information (LETI). The project will be concerned with transfer technologies of Graphene or other 2D layers (e.g. TMDs) from a donor substrate (usually the growth substrate) to a host substrate (usually the substrate required for applications). Assistance to detachment by light gas implantion at low energy will be studied.
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International doctoral training session
30/05/2017
International doctoral training session "Frontiers of Condensed Matter"
An international doctoral training session entitled "Frontiers of Condensed Matter", will be held at the Ecole de Physique des Houches (France), September 18-29, 2017.

Poster award for Asma Medjahed at
22/05/2017
Poster award for Asma Medjahed at "Journées Pérovskites Hybrides" in Angers
Asma Medjahed (M2 student, SyMMES-STEP) was one of the two awardees receiving this year's poster prize at the 3rd French meeting on hybrid perovskites "JPH 2017" taking place in Angers 09/10 May. This meeting, supported by the newly created GDR HPERO (http://gdr-hpero.cnrs.fr), gathered 120 participants and plenary lectures were given by Prof. Michael Grätzel (EPFL Lausanne), Prof. David Mitzi (Duke University) and Dr. Jacky Even (INSA Rennes). The fourth edition of the meeting will take place in Spring 2018 in the Grenoble area.

Best student paper award for Karim Vindas (SyMMES/CREAB)
12/05/2017
Best student paper award for Karim Vindas (SyMMES/CREAB)
Karim Vindas (PhD Student, SyMMES/CREAB) was one of the 7 awardees of Best Student Paper Award among 180 applicants for his paper entitled “Nano-Structured Optical Fiber Bundles for Remote SPR Detection: A First Step toward in Vivo Biomolecular Analysis” during the 25th International Conference on Optical Fiber Sensors (OFS-25) held in Jeju, South Korea this April. The International Conference on Optical Fiber Sensors (OFS), established in 1983, is acknowledged as the world’s leading conference on all topics related to photonic sensing technologies. OFS provides a forum for reporting and exchanging ideas on the latest advances in research and development on fiber-optic and photonic sensing.
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21-month postdoctoral position: Directed Self-Assembly (DSA) of Functional Block Copolymers:  Multiscale structure/property correlations
07/02/2017
21-month postdoctoral position: Directed Self-Assembly (DSA) of Functional Block Copolymers: Multiscale structure/property correlations
A postdoctoral position devoted to multiscale structure/property correlation within thin film of DSA-processed functional block co-polymers is immediately available as a part of the Chair of Excellence project “DiSABloC” granted to Prof. P. F. Nealey (U. Chicago) and coordinated by Dr. R. Borsali (CNRS/CERMAV), Dr. P. Rannou (CNRS/INAC) and Dr. R. Tiron (CEA/Leti) in Grenoble.

24-month postdoctoral position: Response of entanglement in many-body systems
30/01/2017
24-month postdoctoral position: Response of entanglement in many-body systems
A postdoctoral position on quantum correlations and phase coherence in manybody systems is available. It will be part of the research program of 2017-2019 LANEF 'Chaire d’excellence' Quantum technologies with correlated matter at mesoscopic scales, coordinated by Luigi Amico, in Grenoble (France).

12-month postdoctoral position: Theory of novel mesoscopic quantum devices for quantum technology
30/01/2017
12-month postdoctoral position: Theory of novel mesoscopic quantum devices for quantum technology
A postdoctoral position in the physics of ultracold atoms and mesoscopic superconductivity is available as part of the research program of 2017-2019 LANEF 'Chaire d’excellence' Quantum technologies with correlated matter at mesoscopic scales, coordinated by Luigi Amico, in Grenoble (France).

18-month postdoctoral position: Magnetically actuated metamaterials for biotechnology applications
30/01/2017
18-month postdoctoral position: Magnetically actuated metamaterials for biotechnology applications
The SPINTEC and SyMMES labs offer an 18 months post-doctoral position on the development of magnetically actuated metamaterials prototypes for biotechnology applications. This work is part of the ABIOMATER European FET project, aiming at the creation of magnetically actuated soft metamaterials as a basis for micro-mechanical devices. This is achieved by the understanding of the fundamental physics of such materials, and the demonstration of their technological potential.

 

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