Actualités


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 !

Félicitations à Olivier Arcizet pour son ERC Consolidator Grant

En permettant la conversion d’une force en un déplacement mesurable, les oscillateurs mécaniques ont depuis toujours joué un rôle central en physique. La suite ici.

Gérard Mourou, Nobel de physique, en visite à Néel !

Mardi 15 octobre 2019, l’Institut Néel a l’honneur de recevoir Gérard Mourou, Nobel de physique 2018, pour une visite du laboratoire de 14h à 15h30. La suite ici.

Publications récentes

Monolayer graphene coating of intracortical probes for long-lasting neural activity monitoring

Adv. Healthcare Mater. 18/2019 Pdf

Sound-driven single-electron transfer in a circuit of coupled quantum rails

Nature Communications, 10, 4557 (2019) Pdf

Faits marquants

Nano-Neuroelectronics : sensing the activity of neurons

The brain is one of the most important systems of the body, activating and controlling its every function. However, it is still barely understood, in health nor in disease. The coding processes and the connections of the nervous system, are highly complex as is their relation to behaviour. It is still not attainable to follow the electrical activity of such dense and intricate networks (billions of connected neurons) without damaging them. Novel approaches and technologies are required to examine neurons and neural circuits by various means and at different scales. Full text.

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.


Séminaires

Thursday 19 December 14:00

Séminaire Magnétisme non conventionnel

Tristan LUGAN (Institut Néel)

"Topological Nematic Spin Liquid on the Square-Kagome Lattice"br>

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