GNS - Partnerships

European Projects - FP7
  • ARTIST : Alternative Routes Towards Information Storage (Coord. A. Gourdon)
  • and Transport at the atomic and molecular scale
  • Nano-ICT: Coordination action
  • ATMOL: Atomic Scale and Single Molecules Logic Gate Technologies (Coord. C. Joachim)
  • WINAV:Eranet project (coord. D. Martrou)
  • COMOSYEL ERC starting grant led by E. Dujardin
Current ANR projects
  • MOLSIC :Molécules fonctionnalisées sur une surface de SiC : de la molécule individuelle à la mono-couche (Coord. X. Bouju)
  • NANOSENS: Silicon carbide cantilevers with integrated metallic piezoresistive detection for high frequency dynamic AFM (Coord. S. Gauthier)
  • NAPHO
  • AUTOMOL: (Coord. G. Rapenne)
  • PLASTIPS
  • GRAPHONIC
  • CARNAMAG
  • ChimGraphN

    European Projects - FP5

    • AMMIST : Atomic and Molecular Manipulation as a new tool for Information Storage Technologies.
    • BUN : Bottom-Up Nanomachines.
    • CHIC : Consortium for Hamiltonian Intra-molecular Computing.
    • NANOMOL : Manufacturing and Modelling of Nano-Scale Molecular Electronic Devices.
    • Phantoms : Network of Excellence On Nanoelectronics.
    PAI Alliance Fr-UK (Integrated Action).

    VW foundation
    : Single Molecules Synthesis

    European Projects - FP6

    • Pico-Inside : IP coordonnée par CEMES-GNS. Computing inside a single molecule using atomic scale technologies.
    • FRONTIERS : NoE: Research and facilities directed at instrumentation for manufacturing and analysis of single molecules and individual nanoclusters,
    • NanoMan : STREP. Control, manipulation and manufacture on the 1-10nm scale using localized forces and excitations.
    • Plasmo-nano devices : NOE. The focus of the work is the utilization of surface plasmons to develop new optical interconnects and optical components.
    • NaPa : NOE. Emerging Nanopatterning methods.

    GNS at CEMES-CNRS part of $150 million Japanese Nanotechnology Program
    October 12, 2008
    The program involves four institutes outside of Japan which will host a satellite of the 'International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics' (MANA).
    The branch at CNRS in Toulouse will be lead by Christian JOACHIM from the departement of Nanoscience & Picotechnology and will be located in the CEMES-CNRS in Toulouse (France).

    The CNSI at UCLA, the University of Cambridge, the Georgia Institute of Technology will host the other three satellites.
    MANA is expected to create world-class research centers with global visibility and will be implemented under the supervision of a number of top scientists from Japan's National Institute for Materials Science. The 10 year, $150M program is aimed at developing innovative nanosystem & materials that contribute to sustainable development - realizing a major shift in materials research.
    International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics 'MANA' Website