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A new step in the relationship with Tsukuba

After 20 years of collaboration and exchanges, the first PhD double degree has been awarded between University of Tsukuba and University Grenoble Alpes, as part of a collaboration between Institut Néel and Professor S. Kuroda laboratory.Read on...

Meriam Ben Khedim wins the Bernard Coqblin 2017 award !

During the « Groupement d’Intérêt Scientifique "Thermoélectricité" » days that were held at Montpellier University on December 6th-8th 2017 on the "Saint-Priest" campus, Meriam Ben Khedim was awarded the Bernard Coqblin 2017 prize. The latter rewards the best PhD thesis in the field of thermoelectricity. Read on...

Froid !

L’exposition « Froid » réalisée par Universcience en partenariat avec le CNRS a été inaugurée le 3 décembre 2017. L’Institut Néel s’est investi dans la conception de cette manifestation dédiée au froid et à ses nombreuses applications. La suite ici.

Latest publications

Landau-Zener Transition in a Continuously Measured Single-Molecule Spin Transistor

PHYS. REV. LETTERS, June 2017 Pdf

Weakly Trapped, Charged, and Free Excitons in Single-Layer MoS2 in the Presence of Defects, Strain, and Charged Impurities

ACS NANO, Oct. 2017 Pdf

Scientific highlights

Microtransfer setup for assembling smart stacks

Recent, innovatory 2-Dimensional materials, such as graphene (a monolayer of carbon atoms) or transition metal di-chalcogenides (MoS2, WSe2...), can be assembled into a variety of heterostructures. These socalled “van der Waals” structures are opening up new fields for exploratory physics and applications. At the Institut NÉEL, we have developed a micro-transfer platform with a lateral mechanical-alignment precision of order one micron, which we use for making stacks of different 2D exfoliated materials. Full text.

New multiferroics inspired by minerals

Multiferroics are materials that show both magnetism and ferroelectricity (spontaneous electric polarization) at the same time. A coupling of electric fields and magnetic fields in materials was speculated as early as 1894 by Pierre Curie. However, magnetism and ferroelectricity are generally antagonistic properties and multiferroics have long remained rather rare “creatures”. Recently, it has been understood that some specific types of magnetic order can induce ferroelectricity, and this has boosted the search for corresponding compounds. Full text.


Seminars

Mardi 27 février 11:00

Séminaire MCBT

Tommaso GORNI (IMPMC, Sorbonne Université-CNRS)

Magnetism in High-Pressure Iron

Vendredi 2 mars 15:00

Séminaire exceptionnel MCBT

S. AUTTI, Lancaster University

Breaking speed limits in the helium-3 universe

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