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M.-A. Méasson et B. Sacépé lauréats des ERC Consolidator Grants 2019

Le Conseil européen de la recherche (ERC) a annoncé mardi 10 décembre 2019 les lauréats de cette année, dont 6 grenoblois, parmi lesquels une chercheuse et un chercheur de l’Institut Néel. Félicitations à tous les deux !
Plus d’info M.-A. Méasson, chargée de recherche CNRS-Institut Néel [ici]
Plus d’info B. Sacépé, chargé de recherche CNRS-Institut Néel [ici]

Yassine Lakhnech, élu président de l’UGA

Yassine Lakhnech est désormais à la tête de la nouvelle Université Grenoble Alpes élargie à Grenoble INP Institut d’ingénierie et de management, Sciences Po Grenoble, l’École nationale d’architecture de Grenoble depuis le 7 janvier 2020. La suite ici.

Martien Den Hertog, Médaille de bronze du CNRS 2019

Chercheuse en physique des matériaux, spécialisée dans la microscopie électronique en transmission sur des nano-objets semi-conducteurs, Martien Den Hertog sera récompensée vendredi 29 novembre 2019 à l’occasion de la remise des médailles Talents CNRS. Félicitations !

Latest publications

Observation of quantum many-body effects due to zero point fluctuations in superconducting circuits

Nature Communications, November 20, 10, 5259 (2019) Pdf

Louis Néel : His multifaceted seminal work in magnetism

C.R. Physique, (2019) Pdf

Scientific highlights

Simulating Surface Resonant X-Ray Diffraction

The technique called Surface Resonant X-ray Diffraction is a powerful tool for characterizing an ultra-thin film on a surface or an electro-chemical interface. It probes the crystallographic structure of such surface systems by recording 2-Dimensional diffraction peaks at fixed X-Ray energy. Also, one can probe the electronic structure around selected atoms by recording the absorption of X-Rays as a function of their energy, especially at resonance with the binding energy of the atoms’ core electrons. However, the interpretation of the X-Ray data requires development of sophisticated ab initio theoretical methods that can create simulated spectra to be compared with the experimental spectra. Full text.

Lithium-ion diffusion pathways within new battery-cathode materials

Li-ion batteries form a basic component on which our world of mobile electronics and communication is built. And they are increasingly used in high power applications such as electric vehicles and the storage of electricity from solar and other renewable power sources. In these batteries, the cathode is a lithium-containing compound. During a battery’s charging and discharging, Li+ ions are alternately extracted from and reinserted in the cathode as they move through the electrolyte to the anode and back. The cathode material must sustain wide variations of its Li+ ion content over many cycles. Full text.


Seminars

Tuesday 21 January 09:30

Séminaire mensuel NEEL

Signe Seidelin

"Couplage par contraintes dans un système opto-mécanique à base de cristaux dopés terres rares"

Thursday 23 January 14:00

Séminaire Magnétisme non conventionnel

Ursula Bengaard Hansen (ILL)

"Domain wall dynamics in a near-Ising ferromagnetic chain CoCl2*2D2O"

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