Physique en fête, du scolaire au grand public...

Tout un programme pour les lycéens accueillis durant 2 jours. Ils ont appréhendé la diversité des recherches effectuées au sein de l’Institut Néel : des propriétés de la matière au zéro absolu en passant par les différents états du carbone et les microscopies. Samedi 14 octobre, l’Institut Néel a donné rendez-vous au grand public : ateliers pour enfants, stands, visites "découverte"... Une journée qui a su ravir le public venu en nombre ! Photo

GREKIT Workshop, return game in Karlsruhe

A delegation of 20 researchers of Néel Institute and INAC took part from October 4th to October 6th 2017 to the second GREKIT workshop in Karlsruhe, Germany. Read more here

A world map to find promising materials

A study co-led by scientists at the Institut Néel - CNRS in Grenoble, University of Liverpool and Università de l’Aquila has discovered the relationship between the structure of a molecular material and its properties as a semiconductor. Read more here

Latest publications

Electrical Read-Out of a Single Spin Using an Exchange-Coupled Quantum Dot

ACS NANO, Apr. 2017 Pdf

Bulk cylinders and spheres: from shaping to use for linear and nonlinear optics

OPT. MAT. EXPRESS, Aug. 2017 Pdf

Scientific highlights

Theory for organic systems: the Fiesta initiative

Nowadays, the development of efficient computer codes that exploit the basic principles of quantum mechanics for the study of condensed-matter systems requires a merging of expertise between physicists, applied mathematicians and computer scientists. Full text.

Fragmentation of magnetism

In physics as in chemistry, it is well known that matter can become ordered, as for example in a crystalline solid, when cooled to sufficiently low temperature. There also exist systems that remain disordered in the manner of a gas or a liquid, even at the lowest temperatures accessible experimentally. What is much more rare, if ever observed, is a state of matter that would be both ordered and disordered everywhere in the system, i.e. that would be both solid and liquid for example. Full text.


Mardi 24 octobre 11:00

Séminaire MCBT

Marc FAUCHER (CNRS-IEMN, Villeneuve d’Ascq)

Advances in Atomic Force Microscope instrumentation using high frequency MEMS and NEMS probes

Jeudi 26 octobre 09:30

Séminaire QUEST

Richard Martel (Université de Montréal)

Defect-mediated second order resonances in exfoliated black phosphorus

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