Properties such as superconductivity, electronic correlations and magnetism, quantum interferences and entanglement, widely studied in bulk materials, can be controled in great detail in nanostructures. The resulting behaviors, observable by electronic transport, are modelized with analytic and numerical techniques, when possible in contact with experiments in the lab. One goal is the understanding of novel emergent physical effects, another is their possible application in fully-functional quantum-based nanoelectronic devices.
Optic and materials - OPTIMA
a complete chain of competences that goes from the design and elaboration of new materials to the study of nonlinear optical properties and plasmonics
Micro and NanoMagnetism - MNM
Complementary expertise in fabrication, characterisation, and simulations for studies in nanomagnetism with applications in spin electronics and micro-systems
Hybrid Systems at low dimension - HYBRID
Electronic, optical, vibrational, mechanical properties, as well as their interplay at the nanoscale, of novel hybrid systems (nanotubes, graphene, two-dimensional and functionalized materials) which are developed by the group .