Centre d’Élaboration de Matériaux et d’Etudes Structurales (UPR 8011)


Artificial proteins trained as nano-goldsmiths

Using directed evolution, two teams from CEMES and IB2C (Gif sur Yvette) have created and optimized artificial proteins that bind specifically to (111) atomic planes of gold. During gold nanocrystal growth, these proteins control the shape and crystal faceting and eventually their surface properties.

Ô-GST: Materials Science for Phase Change Memories

The ambition of the project is to provide European microelectronics companies with a foundation of knowledge in materials science to optimize the composition and processing of GeSbTe-based alloys used in the manufacture of phase change memories.

Mechanism of plasticity: when dislocations participate to the movement of grain boundaries.

Atomic scale simulations have shown that a dislocation absorbed in a grain boundary could operate as a source of disconnections and thus facilitate the migration of a grain boundary.

A 2 nm helical molecular gear with an unidirectional rotation

Published in Nature Communications

Inauguration of the joint-lab Hitachi-CNRS on ultra-fast microscopy HC-IUMi

September 24, 2019 at 10am

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31 October 2019

SF2M Best Poster Award

Silvia Lopez-Castano received the SF2M Best Poster Award during the Annual Days in Paris.

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9 September 2019

Guillaume Erbland PhD defense

PhD defense on Thursday, September 26th at 2pm in the conference room
"Molecular Gear Synthesis"

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27 May 2019

NEXT/NanoX SAB meeting and NanoX Days

NanoX Days bring together members of the EUR NanoX "Nanoscale Science & Engineering" ("Labex NEXT")

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17 May 2019

Florent Houdellier wins the Prix Ernst Ruska 2019

The Ernst Ruska 2019 Prize from the German Microscopy Society is awarded to Dr. Florent Houdellier. The award ceremony will be held during the opening session of the MC2019 microscopy conference in Berlin on 2 September 2019.

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29 March 2019

2019 ICT Prize awarded to Andrej Jancarik

The prize "Young investigator award 2019 ICT" was given to Andrej Jancarik, postdoctoral CEMES for his work on the new ways of synthesis of alkenes.

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