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Nanomaterials and advanced nanostructures (NanoMAT)

The activity and expertise of the NanoMAT Team are centred on the chemical synthesis and crystal growth of low-dimensional materials (i.e. ultra-thin films, 2D and nano-lamellar materials, nanowires, nanostructures, …) and of related heterostructures, by focusing on fundamental studies aiming at thoroughly elucidating nucleation and growth mechanisms at work as well as highlighting and controlling their properties on the nanometric local and macroscopic scales.


Axes Thématiques

Our investigation is organised in 5 subjects:

Nanolamellar materials

  MAX phases, ultra-thin films, 2D materials

MXenes: a new family of 2D electron systems obtained by
MAX phase exfoliation.


Structure-property relationships in functional oxides

  • Strain engineering in Cobaltites/manganites thin films
  • Transition metal (Mn, Co, Ni) oxides for redox supercapacitors
  • Resistive Swichting (RS) in metal/complex oxide interfaces


  • 18
    The paper "Unified description of the electronic structure of M2AC nanolamellar carbides" has been published in Physical Rev B.
  • 18
    The paper "Modelling in-plane magneto-transport in Cr2AlC" has been published in Ceramics International
  • 14
    The paper Ultraviolet–visible–near-infrared optical properties of amyloid fibrils shed light on amyloidogenesis " has been published in Nature Photonics
  • 14
    The paper "First-order Raman scattering of rare-earth containing i-MAX single crystals (Mo2/3 RE1/)3AlC, RE= {Nd},{Gd},{Dy},{Ho} " has been published in PHYSICAL REVIEW MATERIALS


Date of update August 26, 2019

  • Tutelle CNRS
  • Tutelle Grenoble INP
Univ. Grenoble Alpes