LMGP, Grenoble INP - Minatec, 3 parvis Louis Néel, CS 50257, 38016 GRENOBLE Cedex 1, FRANCE
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Michel LANGLET was born in 1959. He obtained an engineer degree in Physics in 1982 at the Grenoble Institute of Technology and a PhD at the same Institute in 1986. In the same year, he got a permanent CNRS researcher position at LMGP. Since that time, he manages studies in the field of Material Science. He is Director of Research at CNRS since 2004.
Objectives of this research axis are twofold :
Functional coatings (oxide, nano-composite, hybrid organic/inorganic, or multi-layer), oxide or metal nanoparticles, oxide/metal heterostructures, semiconducting nanowire architectures
Highlight: hydrophobic functionalization by wet chemistry
(Left) Sol-gel non-fluorinated hydrophobic functionalization of a cotton-based textile : water repellence properties (click on image to see the video).
(Right) Transparent and superhydrophobic surface formed by nanosphere lithography : water contact angle ~160°, rolling angle < 1°.
"Morphology-wettability relations in artificially structured superhydrophilic TiO2-SiO2 composite films", C. Holtzinger, B. Niparte, G. Berthomé, D. Riassetto, M. Langlet, J Mater Sci, 48(8) (2013) 3107.
"Fast dynamic interferometric lithography for large sub-micrometric period diffraction gratings production", V. Gâté , G. Bernaud, C. Veillas, A. Cazier, F. Vocanson, Y. Jourlin, M. Langlet, Opt Eng, 52(9) (2013) 091712.
"Superhydrophobic TiO2 coatings formed through a non-fluorinated wet chemistry route", C. Holtzinger, B. Niparte, S. Wächter, G. Berthomé, D. Riassetto, M. Langlet, Surf Sci, 617 (2013) 141.
"Sub-micrometric patterns written using a DIL method coupled to a TiO2 photo-resist”, V. Gâté, Y. Jourlin, F. Vocanson, O. Dellea, G. Vercasson, S. Reynaud, D. Riassetto, M. Langlet, Opt Mater, 35 (2013) 1706.
"High aspect ratio semiconducting nanostructure random networks: highly versatile materials for multiple applications", C. Ternon, P. Serre, G. Rey, C. Holtzinger, P. Periwal, M. Martin, T. Baron, V. Stambouli, M. Langlet, Phys Status Solidi RRL, 7(10) (2013) 919.
"Quaternary ammonium-based composite particles for antibacterial finishing of cotton-based textiles", M. Messaoud, E. Chadeau, P. Chaudouët, N. Oulahal, M. Langlet, J Mater Sci Technol, 30(1) (2014) 19.
"Correlation between sol-gel reactivity and wettability of silica films deposited on stainless steel", M. Houmard, E.H.M. Nunes, D.C.L. Vasconcelos, G. Berthomé, J.C. Joud, M. Langlet, W.L. Vasconcelos, Appl Surf Sci, 289 (2014) 218.
"Controlled growth of silver nanoparticles through a chemically assisted photocatalytic reduction process for SERS substrate applications", L. He, D. Riassetto, P. Bouvier, L. Rapenne, O. Chaix-Pluchery, V. Stambouli, M. Langlet, J Photochem Photobiol A: Chem, 277 (2014) 1.
"New insights in SERS label free detection of DNA on Ag°/TiO2 substrate", L. He, M. Langlet, P. Bouvier, C. Calers, C. M. Pradier, V. Stambouli, J Phys Chem C, 118 (2014) 25658.
Rédigé par Michel Langlet
mise à jour le 26 février 2018