Forum 5i

The 21st edition of the Forum 5i will take on Thursday, 31th may 2018 at the WTC Grenoble. 12 "DeepTech" innovations will be presented in the technological showcase, including two upgrading projects at NEEL (RECUP’TR and PUMAG) and a partner at NEEL (MAGIA DIAGNOSTICS). 19 innovative technological companies have been selected, including GRAPHEAL - project from NEEL and supported by the Institute of Physics. Check out the projects presented at the technology showcase of the forum 5i here. Press release here.

Grenoble edition to EMM program

The Nanoscience-Nanotechnology Master program (N2) of University Grenoble-Alpes is a member of the european Erasmus Mundus Master program. EM Master Nanoscience & Nanotechnology (EMM Nano) with three other European Universities: Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium), Technische Universität of Dresden (Germany), Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden). Read more.

Olivier ISNARD Doctor Honoris Causa of the TUCN!

The Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (TUCN) delivered the title of honorary doctorate to Olivier ISNARD, professor at the Néel Institute and UFR PhITEM of Grenoble Alpes University this Wednesday 18th April 2018. Read more.

Latest publications

Operating Quantum States in Single Magnetic Molecules : Implementation of Grover’s Quantum Algorithm


Weakly Trapped, Charged, and Free Excitons in Single-Layer MoS2 in the Presence of Defects, Strain, and Charged Impurities

ACS NANO, Oct. 2017 Pdf

Scientific highlights

Imaging quantum dots with strain

Semiconductor “nanowires“ are long and narrow, submicron-diameter crystals of semiconducting materials. Grown from the vapour, densely packed onto a substrate, they have been under intense investigation for the last two decades, especially for their use in light emitting diodes (LEDs), photovoltaics and energy harvesting devices. Full text.

Molecular spin devices for quantum algorithms

Scrapbooks or social networks are collections of mostly unsorted data. The search for single elements in very large data volumes, i.e. for a needle in the data haystack, is extremely complex for classical computers. Classical computers switch transistors either on or off to symbolize data as ones and zeroes. Full text.

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