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Functional thin films and surface nano-engineering (FunSurf)

The leading activity of FunSurf team is the chemical synthesis of functional materials engineered at different dimensions (i.e. thin films, nanostructures, nanowire networks) to realize innovative devices or to develop advanced surface functionalities.
Our common approaches are based on the development of synthesis processes, on the exploitation of specific shaping of material like nanowires networks and on the understanding by physical modeling and simulation.

 

Research axis

Within applied and fundamental studies we focus on optimizing the synthesis and properties of functional nanomaterials through the control and fundamental understanding of growth mechanisms, structure-properties relationships, reactions at interfaces and functionalization processes.

Atmospheric chemical deposition of Functional materials




•CVD, ALD, SALD
•Thin films: Inorganic (oxides, fluorides)




 

Papers


  • 19
    juin
    The paper "SnO2 Films Deposited by Ultrasonic Spray Pyrolysis: Influence of Al Incorporation on the Properties" has been published in Molecules
  • 19
    juin
    The paper "Electrical Properties of Low-Temperature Processed Sn-Doped In2O3 Thin Films: The Role of Microstructure and Oxygen Content and the Potential of Defect Modulation Doping" has been published in Materials
  • 19
    juin
    The paper "Al2O3, Al doped ZnO and SnO2 encapsulation of randomly oriented ZnO nanowire networks for high performance and stable electrical devices" has been published in Nanotechnology

News



  • 10
    avr.
    Edition of "Advances toward the development of nanotechnology: current challenges and new frontiers in materials, processes, devices, and applications" (Daniel Bellet 2019)

Date of update August 26, 2019

  • Tutelle CNRS
  • Tutelle Grenoble INP
Univ. Grenoble Alpes