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Nano-objects and semiconducting nano-structures

Nanoscience and nanophysics are fascinating research areas where the physical, optical and electronic properties of various nano-objects are explored in order to integrate them in tomorrow’s materials or electronic devices.

However, before considering such perspectives, an important fundamental research effort has to be carried out in order to deeply understand the basic properties of nano-obects. Their manipulation, their electrical connection as well as their optical or electronic characterization are experimental challenges that our team is taking up everyday.

The application of a strong magnetic field together with the use of very low temperature constitute an extreme environment favourable to the discovery of the fundamental electronic properties of the nano-objects under study. These are, among others, carbon nanotubes, graphene and graphene nano-ribbons, thin graphite as well as semi-conducting nanostructures.


Members of the lab involved in this activity:
Walter Escoffier ; Michel Goiran ; Mathieu Pierre ; Yang Ming



From left to right: Bruno Camargo, Yang Ming, Nicolas Thiery, Michel Goiran, Walter Escoffier, Florian Vigneau and Mathieu Pierre.

Last update: June 2017


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