The INSP has 11 research teams focusing on the study of new properties that arise whenever physical phenomena are confined to nano-objects. Particular attention is paid to the control and characterization of the interfaces between these objects and their environment.
|Photonics and Coherence of Spin||Spectroscopy of Novel Quantum State||Acoustics for Nanosciences|
|Nanostructures and Optics||Nanometric Thin Films: formation, interfaces, defects||Chemical Physics and Dynamics of Surfaces|
|Multiscale Mechanics of Soft Solids||Growth and Properties of Hybrid Thin Film Systems||Low-dimensional Oxides|
|Clusters and Surfaces under Intense Excitation||Photons, Magnons and Quantum Technologies|