Institut Néel and its scientific surroundings : ESRF, ILL, CEA, Minatec

Serge Huant

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Status :
- 1st Class Senior Scientist at CNRS (Directeur de Recherche 1ère classe)
- Member of the National Committee for Scientific Research, Section 04 (Atoms and Molecules, Optics and Lasers, Hot Plasma Physics), member of the Bureau : webpage of the section 04

Research activity at Institut Néel :

- Quantum plasmonics.

- Advanced microscopy of coherent electron transport : Scanning Gate Microscopy of mesoscopic structures.

- Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopy : fluorescent nano-objects and active tips.

Successive affiliations :

- High Magnetic Field Laboratory, CNRS Grenoble, until December 1997 :
My main research interests in the high-field laboratory were centered on the far-infrared magneto-optical studies of elementary excitations in low-dimensional electronic systems (impurity states, cyclotron resonance, electron-phonon interaction…).

- Laboratoire de Spectrométrie Physique, Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble 1 and CNRS, from January 1998 until December 2006 :
My research in Spectro was devoted to the near-field optical microscopy and spectroscopy of individual nano-objects as well as to the low-temperature atomic-force microscopy applied to the imaging of transport properties in semiconductor mesostructures.

- Institut Néel, CNRS - Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble 1, since January 2007.

- Sabbaticals :
Clarendon Laboratory, University of Oxford, 1988-1989 : Guest Physicist= Prof. R.J. Nicholas.
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, 1997 : Guest Physicists= Prof. K. Karrai and Prof. J.P. Kotthaus.

Complete list of publications :

Serge Huant’s publication list in .pdf format

A selection of recent papers :

- Coherent tunneling across a quantum point contact in the quantum Hall regime.
F. Martins, S. Faniel, B. Rosenow, H. Sellier, S. Huant, M.G. Pala, L. Desplanque, X. Wallart, V. Bayot, B. Hackens.
Sci. Rep. 3, 1416 (2013)

- Transport Inefficiency in Branched-Out Mesoscopic Networks : An Analog of the Braess Paradox.
M.G. Pala, S. Baltazar, P. Liu, H. Sellier, B. Hackens, F. Martins, V. Bayot, X. Wallart, L. Desplanque, and S. Huant.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 076802 (2012)

- "Deterministic" quantum plasmonics.
A. Cuche, O. Mollet, A. Drezet, S. Huant.
Nano Lett. 10, 4566 (2010)

- Imaging Coulomb islands in a quantum Hall interferometer.
B. Hackens, F. Martins, S. Faniel, C. A. Dutu, H. Sellier, S. Huant, M. Pala, L. Desplanque, X. Wallart, V. Bayot.
Nature Commun. 1, 39 (2010)

- Near-field optical microscopy with a nanodiamond-based single-photon tip.
A. Cuche, A. Drezet, Y. Sonnefraud, O. Faklaris, F. Treussart, J.-F. Roch, S. Huant.
Opt. Express 17, 19969 (2009)

- Imaging electron wave functions inside open quantum rings.
F. Martins, B. Hackens, M. G. Pala, T. Ouisse, H. Sellier, X. Wallart, S. Bollaert, A. Cappy, J. Chevrier, V. Bayot, S. Huant.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 138607 (2007)

- Imaging and controlling electron transport inside a quantum ring.
B. Hackens, F. Martins, T. Ouisse, H. Sellier, S. Bollaert, X. Wallart, A. Cappy, J. Chevrier, V. Bayot, S. Huant.
Nature Phys. 2, 826 (2006)

The three most cited papers :
(according to ISI Web of Knowledge, August 2013)

- Few-electron ground states of charge-tunable self-assembled quantum dots.
B.T. Miller, W. Hansen, S. Manus, R.J. Luyken, A. Lorke, J.P. Kotthaus, S. Huant, G. Medeiros-Ribeiro, and P.M. Petroff.
Phys. Rev. B 56, 6764 (1997) [217 citations]

- Coulomb interactions in small charge-tunable quantum dots : A simple model.
R. J. Warburton, B. T. Miller, C. S. Dürr, C. Bödefeld, K. Karrai, J. P. Kotthaus, G. Medeiros-Ribeiro, P. M. Petroff, and S. Huant.
Phys. Rev. B 58, 16221 (1998) [213 citations]

- Two-dimensional D- centers.
S. Huant, S.P. Najda, and B. Etienne.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 65, 1486 (1990) [204 citations]

A non-exhaustive list of former and present collaborations outside the Institut Néel :

- Prof. Louis-Claude Brunel, CNRS Grenoble, and then University of Thallahassee, was my PhD supervisor.
- Prof. Michal Baj, University of Warsaw.
- Dr. Witold Trzeciakowski, Unipress Center, Warsaw.
- Dr. Gérard Martinez, High-Field Laboratory, CNRS Grenoble.
- Prof. Robin J. Nicholas, University of Oxford.
- Dr. Bernard Etienne, Laboratoire de Photonique et Nanostructures, CNRS Marcoussis.
- Prof. Marian Grynberg, University of Warsaw.
- Prof. Steven G. Louie, University of Berkeley.
- Dr. Wojtek Knap, CNRS and University of Montpellier.
- Prof. F.M. Peeters and Prof. J.T. Devreese, University of Antwerpen.
- Prof. Khaled Karrai and Prof. Jörg P. Kotthaus, University of Munich.
- Dr. Jörg C. Woehl, University of Grenoble and then University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
- Dr. Peter Reiss and Dr. Frédéric Chandezon, CEA Grenoble.
- Dr. Benoît Hackens and Prof. Vincent Bayot, Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve.
- Dr. X. Wallart, Dr. L. Desplanque and Prof. A. Cappy, IEMN – CNRS Lille.
- Prof. Stefan A. Maier, Imperial College, London.
- Prof. François Treussart and Prof. Jean-François Roch, ENS Cachan.
- Prof. Christophe Dujardin, LPCML, Univ. Lyon and CNRS.
- Dr. Bruno Masenelli and Dr. Patrice Mélinon, LPMCN, Univ. Lyon and CNRS.
- Dr. Gérald Dujardin and Dr. Elisabeth Boer-Duchemin, ISMO, Orsay.
- Dr. Erik Dujardin and Dr. Christian Girard, CEMES Toulouse.
- Prof. Gérard Colas des Francs and Dr. Alexandre Bouhelier, ICB Dijon.
- Dr. Thierry Gacoin and Dr. Géraldine Dantelle, PMC, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau.
- Dr. Sylvain Blaize, Dr. Christophe Couteau and Prof. Renaud Bachelot, LNIO-UTT, Troyes.
- Prof. Makoto Naruse, Photonic Network Research Institute and University of Tokyo.

PhD supervisions :

- Ariane Mandray :
Etude magnéto-optique de centres D- confinés dans des multi-puits quantiques GaAs/GaAlAs. [Magneto-optical study of D- centers confined in GaAs/GaAlAs multi-quantum well structures.]
Université Joseph-Fourier – Grenoble 1, defended on 7th June 1994.

- Mickaël Brun :
Microscopie et spectroscopie optique en champ proche de nanostructures semiconductrices à basse température. [Low-temperature near-field optical microscopy and spectroscopy of semiconductor nanostructures.]
Université Joseph-Fourier – Grenoble 1, defended on 24th October 2002.

- Aurélien Drezet :
Le champ proche optique et la détection de nano-objets moléculaires individuels. [The optical near-field and the detection of individual molecular nano-objects.]
Co-supervised with Jörg C. Woehl.
Université Joseph-Fourier – Grenoble 1, defended on 25th October 2002.

- Michael J. Nasse :
Development of a confocal and near-field scanning optical microscope for polarization-resolved temporal studies of single nano-objects. [Développement d’un microscope confocal et en champ proche optique pour des etudes temporelles résolues en polarisation de nano-objets individuels.]
Co-supervised with Jörg C. Woehl.
Université Joseph-Fourier – Grenoble 1, defended on 13th December 2004.

- Nicolas Chevalier :
Sondes actives à base d’un nanocristal semiconducteur unique pour l’optique en champ proche : concept et réalisation. [Single semiconductor-nanocrystal based active tips for near-field optical microscopy : concept and realization.]
Université Joseph-Fourier – Grenoble 1, defended on 25th March 2005.

- Yannick Sonnefraud :
Développement et applications de sondes actives en microscopie en champ proche optique. [Development and applications of active tips in near-field optical microscopy.]
Université Joseph-Fourier – Grenoble 1, defence on 8th November 2007.

- Frederico Martins :
Scanning-gate Microscopy of buried mesoscopic structures.
Co-supervised with Joël Chevrier.
Université Joseph-Fourier – Grenoble 1, defence on 4th February 2008.

- Aurélien Cuche :
Sondes actives nanométriques pour la photonique à base de nanoparticules isolantes.
Co-supervised with Bruno Masenelli.
Université Joseph-Fourier – Grenoble 1, defence on 14th december 2009.

- Miguel Silveira :
Development of an IR spectroscopic microscope (SNOM) based on the ESRF light source.
Co-supervised with Fabio Comin.
Université Joseph-Fourier – Grenoble 1, defence on 15th December 2009.

- Justine Laurent :
Forces de Casimir dans les NEMS : approche par une microscopie AFM à basse température.
Co-supervised with Hermann Sellier.
Université Joseph-Fourier – Grenoble 1, defence on 9th December 2010.

- Oriane Mollet :
Sondes actives en champ proche pour la plasmonique et la plasmonique quantique.
Co-supervised with Bruno Masenelli.
Université Joseph-Fourier – Grenoble 1, defence on 22th October 2012.

On-going thesis works :

- Martin Berthel :
Source à photon unique intégrée sur une plateforme hybride de guides à échange d’ions.
Co-supervised with Aurélien Drezet.
Université Joseph-Fourier – Grenoble 1, thesis started in December 2012.

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