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Nanomaterials and Advanced Heterostructures (NanoMAT)

The activity and expertise of the NanoMAT Team are focused on the chemical synthesis and crystal growth of low-dimensional materials (i.e. 2D and nanolamellar materials, ultra-thin films, nanowires, nanostructures, …) and their combination into innovative heterostructures. Our investigations aim at elucidating the nucleation and growth mechanisms of these objects, as well as determining and controling their morphological, structural, and physical properties at the nanoscale and at the different interfaces involved. These investigations that are essentially fundamental generally address applicative issues in the field of microelectronics, optoelectronics, and energy.

 

Research Lines

Our activity is divided in 5 research lines:

Nanolamellar materials

  • MAX phases, ultra-thin films, 2D materials
  • MXenes: a new family of 2D electron systems obtained by MAX phase exfoliation.
  • More information here


 

Semiconducting nanowires & nanostructures

  • ZnO nanowires: spontaneous and selective area growths
  • Growth mechanisms and properties: doping, polarity, …
  • Core-shell heterostructures & semiconductors
  • More information here

Oxides for nanoionic devices

  • Perovskites and layered perovskite-related oxides in thin films grown by MOCVD
  • Valence change resistive switching
  • Properties of functional memristive devices
  • More information here
 
 

Advanced characterisation

  • Structural, chemical, and electrical characterization
  • X-ray diffraction & Raman spectroscopy
  • In situ investigation of the first step of the growth
  • More information here
 

Structure-function in correlated 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

Papers

  • 13
    nov.
    The paper "Using a mixed ionic electronic conductor to build an analog memristive device with neuromorphic programming capabiliti" has been published in Journal of Materials Chemistry C
  • 13
    nov.
    The paper "Modeling the Elongation of Nanowires Grown by Chemical Bath Deposition Using a Predictive Approach" has been published in J. Phys. Chem. C
  • 11
    nov.
    The paper "Paramagnetic gold in a highly disordered Au-Ni-O alloy" has been published in Scientific Reports
  • 01
    oct.
    The paper '"ZnO nanowires for solar cells: a comprehensive review" has been published in Nanotechnology

 

Date of update November 8, 2019

  • Tutelle CNRS
  • Tutelle Grenoble INP
Univ. Grenoble Alpes