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Nos startups distinguées par de nombreux prix !

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Visite d’ITER par une délégation de l’Institut Néel

Ce 17 juin 2018, 52 agents du laboratoire, chercheurs, IT, étudiants ont rejoint en bus le site d’ITER à Saint-Paul-lez-Durance, dans le sud de la France (13). La suite ici. Photos.

Félicitations à Aline Pham, lauréate du prix de thèse 2019 !

Aline a obtenu le prix de thèse 2019 représentant l’école doctorale de physique pour la communauté université Grenoble Alpes pour ses travaux originaux concernant la chiralité optique et le couplage spin orbite dans des structures plasmoniques et cela tant dans le régime classique que quantique. La suite ici.

Latest publications

Thermodynamic signatures of quantum criticality in cuprate superconductors

NATURE, 567, 218–222 (2019) Pdf

Ferroelectric negative capacitance

Nature Reviews Materials, March 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.

An electrical power plug that connects by magnetism

Connecting and disconnecting electrical-power plugs, to and from their sockets, has become a routine action for everyone, especially with the increasing numbers of electrical, electronic and computing devices. The Institut NEEL is a partner in the project PRIMA ("PRIse MAgnétique") which is developing a novel, quick-action magnetic connector. This connector exploits a strong magnetic field to guide the plug to its socket and to attach it firmly while, at the same time, providing complete security for both the user and the power or signal. In certain applications, it will also provide a "smart" connection with inbuilt intelligence for supervision and management of the electrical power transmission. The Institut NEEL’s role is to provide its expertise in magnetic materials for the development of the powerful magnets to be integrated in these connectors. Full text.


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September 8th to 19th 2019, Slovakia

Cryocourse 2019

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