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The NIMPH team is involved in the study of nanomaterials, ions and metamaterials with the objective of developing thin-film structures with innovative features in the fields of microelectronics, photonics and energy

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Team HAL referee :
M. Julien Cardin
Ph. +33(0)2 31 45 26 64

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Silicon Silicon nanostructures 3503950 Micro- optics Atom probe tomography Multilayers Quantum-well Rare earth Raman scattering Silica M-lines Amorphous silicon nanoparticles Cellules solaires au silicium XRD Silicium Luminescence Photovoltaic Carrier dynmics quantum dots Photoluminescence Thin films Microstructure Zinc Oxide Terre rare SiO2 Raman FTIR Semiconductor thin films Rare-earth- doped materials Conductivity Doping Attenuated total reflection Couches minces semi-conductrices Rare-earth ions Silicate 7847D Infrared absorption Terbium Silicon nitride Magnetron sputtering Chalcopyrite Carrier injection Rare-earth-doped materials ATR 1403945 Microcavities Bridgman technique Sputtering Wire and -dot devices Couches minces Neodymium Hafnium silicate Microstructure physics Nanostructured materials Terres rares 7363Bd Irradiation Cathodoluminescence Silicon photonics SiC TEM Refractive index Computational electromagnetic methods Al2O3 Rare earths ADE-FDTD Down-conversion Nanoparticules 3006280 Spectroscopy 7425Nd Pulvérisation cathodique Semiconductors Microstructure physique Silicon oxynitride Atomic scale structure Nanoparticles Si-rich silicon oxide Erbium Thin film 7867Pt Chromium Waveguide Energy transfer Aggregation RF magnetron sputtering 0602280 Fiber design and fabrication Absorption coefficient Waveguides Cerium Amplification 1604236 Nanomaterials Si nanocluster Reactive magnetron sputtering AFM Nanostructure Resistive Switching Chromophore Guide d'onde Optical amplifiers High-k dielectrics Al 2 O 3 /SiN x stacks Silicon nanoclusters Absorption