"Croissance de nanosystèmes métalliques et hybrides : des mécanismes de formation à la multifonctionnalité"
Poste de Maître de conférences 28e section à pourvoir !
28 February 2014
Le maître de conférences recruté développera la croissance cristalline par voie physique de nanosystèmes métalliques et hybrides (métal-oxyde par exemple) allant des couches minces d’alliages à des nanoparticules coeur-coquille.
Published in Physical Review Letters
essai19/11
The distribution and movement of charge is fundamental to many physical phenomena, particularly for applications involving nanoparticles, nanostructures, and electronic devices. However, there are very few ways of quantifying charge at the necessary length scale.
Inauguration
18 June 2013
CEMES inaugurates new facilities unique in the world: the electron microscope I2TEM and the picoLab building financed amounting to € 18M (CPER 2007-2013). Atoms have been "seen" in the CEMES and molecules and functional nanomaterials have been constructed. The ambition is now to "communicate with the nanoworld".
Magnetic domain wall structure in a nano-cylinder
Scientists of the CEMES, in collaboration with scientists of the LSI Ecole Polytechnique, have succeeded in studying the variation of the 3D structure of a magnetic domain wall in nickel nano-cylinders of diameter between 50 and 90 nm.
Des états plasmoniques 2D codent l'information
By controling the 2D growth of Au colloids and by studying teir non-linear optical properties, E. Dujardin, A. Arbouet, C. Girard et al. Demonstrate that plasmonic modes can be directly probed by optical microscopy. These results, published in Nature Materials, open the way to a new optical information paradigm based on the engineering of plasmonic modes. DOI: 10.1038/NMAT3581
Legros-Prix Bessel
26 February 2013
In recognition of the research he has conducted for the last 18 years, mainly at CEMES in Toulouse, Dr. Marc Legros has been awarded the Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel research prize from Germany’s Humboldt Foundation. This prize supports international scholars in all fields to carry out research in Germany, and for German scholars to go abroad.
Published by Wiley & Sons
Book-Claverie
31 January 2013
Researchers from CEMES, Leti and STMicroelectronics have written and edited a book presenting in a simple and practical way the new quantitative techniques based on TEM which have recently been invented or developed to address most of the main challenging issues scientists and process engineers have to face to optimize semiconductor devices.
Published in Nature Nanotechnology
Rapenne-rotation moteur
09 January 2013
Researchers from Toulouse (CEMES) and Ohio University have developed a molecular motor 2 nm in diameter. This motor can be made to rotate in a clockwise or anticlockwise direction by selec tive inelastic electron tunnelling.
Appeared in Carbon, Letter to the editor
Bacsa Carbon
19 December 2012
Materials scientists at Toulouse (CEMES) collaborating with ESWCT Airbus (Toulouse) have discovered when studying the nanotube wetting on polymers, that nanotubes placed on a thermoplastic polymer (PEEK) surface diffuse homogeneously in the polymer when annealing.
Published in Nature Nanotechnology
nanoruban de graphène
29 November 2012
Nouveau DualBeam au CEMES
10 October 2012
The new Dual Beam microscope – Focused Ion Beam (FIB) and Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)–, bought in the frame of the MIMETIS project (EQUIPEX funding) is now fully operational at CEMES. This ensemble, equipped with numerous tools (gas injectors, electron and ion detectors, micromanipulator), allows the observation but also the milling of materials at the nanometer scale and subsequently the c...
Published in Science
Les sextets de Clar dévoilés
14 September 2012
Researchers of the IBM-Zurich Research laboratory, of the CIQUS-Santiago de Compostela and of the NanoSciences Group –CEMES-CNRS Toulouse, have shown it is possible to map the carbon-carbon bond orders within a single molecule of polyaromatic hydrocarbon or within a single molecule of fullerene with a Non-Contact Atomic Force Microscope in which the tip has been functionalized by a CO molecule.
Paru dans Physical Review B (Editor's Suggestion)
The color of silicon-germanium nanowires
22 August 2012
Researchers of Toulouse (CEMES), Grenoble (LTM) and Sfax have studied the scattering of light by isolated silicon-germanium nanowires. They showed that the nanowire color can be modified as function of the nanowire diameter, composition and dielectric environment.
CEMES-Hitachi I2TEM
16 July 2012
The new Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) I2TEM financed by the CPER «MET ultime» and the EQUIPEX project «MIMETIS», is now working in CEMES. I2TEM is the result of cooperation between CEMES-CNRS and Hitachi High technology to design and build a unique Cold FEG TEM dedicated to electron interferometry, Lorentz imaging and in-situ experiments.
Virginie Serin was awarded by the Prime Minister
Virgine Serin
14 July 2012
Virginie Serin, Vice Director of the CEMES is Professor at the University Paul Sabatier in physics. She exerted a certain number of responsibilities, at the local, national and international level. Her scientific career, thanks to the control of techniques of electronic microscopy, has opened new fields in materials science. This award emphasizes the dynamic career of an accomplished woman.
Published in Physical Review Letters
Highlight Calmels
02 July 2012
Researchers from CEMES-Toulouse, IJL-Nancy and synchrotron SOLEIL have identified the most important electron states contributing to the tunnel current in Fe1-xCox/MgO/Fe1-xCox magnetic tunnel junctions. They explained the decrease of the magnetoresistance observed for Co-rich electrodes in terms of an interface electron state which starts becoming occupied for Co content above 25%.
“All-solid-state” monolithic lithium-ion batteries
Stone Age Revisited
18 June 2012
The preparation by Spark Plasma Sintering of “all-solid-state” monolithic lithium-ion batteries in few minutes allows to obtain cells with good electrochemical performances, especially at high temperature (› 80°C). The “all-solid-state” technology now offers a viable answer to the safety problems of existing batteries.
Published by Wiley & Sons
Carbon Meta-Nanotubes: Synthesis, Properties, and Applicatio...
28 May 2012
Carbon nanotubes are the most studied nano-objects worldwide. This book is however stating that carbon nanotubes are barely useful to any application when they are pristine, pure, and perfect, instead of doped, filled, coated, or functionalized. In this regard, this book is the first of its kind.
Supporting the Power Semiconductor Industry
The Wide Bandgap Semiconductor Alliance WISEA
16 May 2012
LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse and Fraunhofer IISB in Erlangen initiated the foundation of the Wide Bandgap Semi-conductor Alliance WISEA, including the Chair of Electron Devices of the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, and CEMES-CNRS, Toulouse. The alliance covers all aspects of research and demonstrator development and makes the respective facilities available to third parties in cooperative projects.
Published in Nature Materials
Giant piezoelectricity with ultrathin films
24 April 2012
CEMES researchers in collaboration with physicists in Spain and The Netherlands are able to use the flexoelectricity of thin films to reach a much higher piezoelectricity than in bulk materials. This research work is carried on in the European Associated Laboratory "TALEM" (Transpyrenean Associated Laboratory for Electron Microscopy).