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Frédérique Vidal, Ministre de l’Enseignement Supérieur de la Recherche et de l’Innovation, visite l’Institut NEEL

Nous sommes honorés d’avoir accueilli Madame la Ministre lors de la signature de la convention de site par le CNRS et les établissements partenaires (Université Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble INP, Sciences Po, Université de Savoie). Read more.

Antoine Petit, président-directeur général du CNRS, à Grenoble

Mardi 12 juin 2018, Antoine Petit était en visite à la délégation Alpes à la rencontre des partenaires, des directeurs d’unités et des personnels.
Accompagné de Jérôme Paret Délégué régional, Etienne Bustarret (Directeur de l’Institut Néel) a présenté le Physiquarium et a rappelé sa vocation. Read more.

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.

Latest publications

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

PHYS REV LETTER, Nov.2017 Pdf

Eigenmode orthogonality breaking and anomalous dynamics in multimode nano-optomechanical systems under non-reciprocalcoupling

Nature Communications, (2018) 9:1401 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.

4. Tales from the Ices

When William Giauque developed cryogenics in the early 1930’s, he aimed at testing the third principle of thermodynamics, one formulation of it being : “The entropy of a perfect crystal at absolute zero is exactly equal to zero”. As nearly a century of work has shown, this statement is not precise enough, and there are nowadays experimental systems which, even very close to absolute zero, still fluctuate greatly, i.e. retain finite entropy.
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