Equipe: Spectroscopy of novel quantum states

Spectroscopy of Novel Quantum States

Spectroscopy of Novel Quantum States

  Our scientific objectives are focused on understanding the electronic and magnetic properties of low-dimensional systems. We study either systems manufactured in-situ by self-organized growth techniques or ex-situ prepared samples that are stable in...

Quantum confinement and 2D systems – Members

Quantum confinement and 2D systems – Members

Séminars Highlights Internships/PhD/Jobs Members   Team Spectroscopy of Novel Quantum States Christophe Brun (Scientist – CNRS) Tristan Cren (Senior Scientist – CNRS) Pascal David (Engineer – CNRS) Marie d’Angelo (Lecturer – Sorbonne Université) François Debontridder (Senior...

Quantum confinement and 2D systems – Seminars

Quantum confinement and 2D systems – Seminars

  Séminars Highlights Internships/PhD/Jobs Members   2021 Versatile Kinetic Inductance Detectors: detectors for astrophysics and sensitive tools to explore the electrodynamics of superconductors – Mardi 6 juillet à 11h Visioconférence Florence Lévy-Bertrand – Institut...

Quantum confinement and 2D systems

Quantum confinement and 2D systems

Séminars Highlights Internships/PhD/Jobs Members The laboratory has a strong focus on the experimental and theoretical study of materials with quantum confinement properties, whether they are 0-Dimensional, 1-Dimensional or 2-Dimensional materials. One of the laboratory’s...