Actualités


Décès de Massimo Marezio

C’est avec une grande tristesse que nous avons appris le décès de Massimo Marezio, le 13 mai 2019 dans sa ville natale de Rome. Il nous laisse le souvenir d’un homme de grande gentillesse, à l’écoute de chacun, faisant preuve d’une large ouverture d’esprit et qui a su insuffler des idées nouvelles. La suite ici

Visite de l’équipe internationale d’Air Liquide

A l’occasion de la tenue de son séminaire annuel à Grenoble (avril 2019), Air Liquide international souhaitait montrer à son personnel technique, logistique et administratif, ainsi qu’aux différents directeurs de l’entreprise Air Liquide, comment et à quoi est utilisé l’hélium en particulier dans nos laboratoires de recherche. La suite ici.

L’aventure continue avec le projet EMP (European Microkelvin Platform)

La Commission Européenne a attribué à la Plateforme Microkelvin un important contrat dans le cadre de l’appel « Infrastructure- Horizon 2020 ». La suite ici.

Publications récentes

Low-temperature anomaly in disordered superconductors near Bc2 as a vortex-glass property

Nature Physics, October 2018 Pdf

Electrodynamics of granular aluminum from superconductor to insulator : Observation of collective superconducting modes

PHYSICAL REVIEW, B 99, 094506 2019 Pdf

Faits marquants

Scanning Hall-Probe Microscopy

At the Institut NEEL, we develop many highly sophisticated scanning probes to use for a large variety of experiments under extreme conditions of magnetic field, low temperature and vacuum, as well as microscopes sensitive to charge, to currents, to magnetic fields, forces, electrical potential, to name just a few. Here, we wish to highlight a microscope which does not operate under extreme conditions but has the advantage of being extremely versatile. This microscope is a "Scanning Hall-Probe Microscope" (SHPM) which allows us to do direct, quantitative measurements of the spatial variation of a a magnetic field, that is to "map" the field. Full text.

Running a nano-engine just by looking at it

In quantum physics, measuring a quantum system can strongly perturb its state, which also affects the system’s energy. We have recently proposed a new kind of engine that, in theory, can extract work from such energetic fluctuations of purely quantum nature, induced by the measurement. This « nano-engine » adapts James Clerk Maxwell’s thought experiment (the "Maxwell’s daemon") to the quantum domain. Full text.


Séminaires

Tuesday 28 May 11:00

Séminaire MCBT

Maxime Dupont, Univ. of California, Berkeley, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,

"Dynamics in quantum magnets"

Tuesday 18 June 14:00

Soutenance de thèse :

Victor Doebele

Condensation and evaporation of hexane in porous alumina membranes

Événements

June 3-6, 2019 Global Challenges Science Week

World Trade Center Grenoble

June 6, 2019 - 3rd Quantum Engineering Day

World Trade Center Grenoble

September 8th to 19th 2019, Slovakia

Cryocourse 2019

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