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Oxides for nanoionic devices

[legende-image]1383921781841[/legende-image]The research in our group focuses on the preparation, characterization and optimization of oxide thin films for applications in the nanoionics field. We are specialized in the deposition of perovskites and layered perovskite-related oxides (with Ruddlesden-Popper structure) by Pulsed Injection Metal Organic Chemical Vapour Deposition (MOCVD) .

We are interested in the study of ion conducting and mixed ionic-electronic conducting (MIEC) oxides as promising candidates for several microtechnology applications, such as micro Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (?-SOFC), neuromorphic computing systems and non-volatile ReRAM memory devices (valence change memories).

[legende-image]1383921781843[/legende-image]Our main aim is to understand the relationship between the structural, physico-chemical and functional properties of single films and engineered multilayers. In particular we focus on tuning the ion transport and surface exchange, and the electrical and resistive switching properties of these oxide heterostructures. For this we combine the use of a large number of lab-based chemical, structural and electrochemical characterization techniques, with advance in-situ and operando characterization in large scale Synchrotron facilities.

Non permanent staff

Klaasjan Maas (PhD student)
Raquel Rodriguez Lamas (PhD student)
Dolors Pla (Marie Sk?odowska-Curie Fellow)
Benjamin Meunier (Postdoc)
Hardik Jain (Engineer)




1.   S. Bagdzevicius*, M. Boudard, J.M. Caicedo, X. Mescot, R. Rodríguez-Lamas, J. Santiso and M. Burriel*, Superposition of Interface and Volume Type Resistive Switching in GdBaCo2O5+?/LaNiO3 perovskite thin film devices, submitted
2.   A. Saranya, A. Morata, D. Pla, M. Burriel, F. Chiabrera, I. Garbayo, A. Hornés, J.A. Kilner, A. Tarancón*, Unveiling the outstanding oxygen mass transport properties of Mn-rich perovskites in grain boundary-dominated La0.8Sr0.2(Mn1-xCox)0.85O3±? nanostructures, submitted
3.   D. Pla, C. Jimenez and M. Burriel*, Engineering of Functional Manganites Grown by MOCVD for Miniaturized Devices, Adv. Mater. Interfaces,1600974 (2017), invited Research news to the Special Issue on Perovskites and Related Structures. Back Cover
4.   S. Bagdzevicius, K. Maas, M. Boudard and M. Burriel*, Interface-type resistive switching in perovskite materials, J. Electroceram, 39 (1-4) 157-184 (2017) invited article to the Special Theme Issue: Resistive Switching: Oxide Materials, Mechanisms, Devices and Operations. Front Cover
5.   R. A. De Souza, K. Amezawa, M. Burriel, W. Chueh, and E. M. Kelder, Special Issue for the E-MRS Spring Meeting Symposium D on Solid State Ionics, Solid State Ionics, 299, 1 (2017)
6.  M. Burriel*, H. Téllez, R.J. Chater, R. Castaing, P. Veber, M. Zaghrioui, T. Ishihara, J.A. Kilner, J.-M. Bassat, Influence of Crystal Orientation and Annealing on the Oxygen Diffusion and Surface Exchange of La2NiO4+?, J. Phys. Chem. C. 120, 17927–17938 (2016)

[3] Back cover of Adv. Mater. Interfaces


[4] Front cover of J. Electroceram


PRCI ANR Mangaswitch (2018-2021, French coordinator) Type: Research National Agency, bilateral international collaborations Title: Structure–property relations for manganite memristive devices
Partners: RWTH Aachen and FZ-Jülich (Germany)

Marie Sk?odowska-Curie Fellowship - PerovSiC (2017-2019, supervisor) Type: Individual Fellowship , European Comission Title: Synergistic Resistive Switching of Perovskite and Silicon Carbide materials for Advanced ReRAM micro Devices
Fellow: Dr Dolors Pla

PRC ANR Alps Memories (2016-2019, coordinator)
Type: Research National Agency, collaborative program call Title: Alternative Perovskite materials for RERAM memories: understanding and tailoring resistive switching)

PICS FUN-TO-BE (2016-2019, French coordinator) Type: CNRS-CSIC, International Program for Scientific Cooperation Title: Fundamental aspects of Thin film growth and microstructure of Oxide heterostructures controlling their resistive switching behaviour
Partners: ICN2, Barcelona (Spain)

@RAction ANR Microswitch (2015-2019, coordinator)
Type: Research National Agency, "Hosting High-Level Researchers" instrument Title: Design of engineered oxide thin films for future micro- and nano- electronic devices


  • Dr Quentin Rafhay, IMEP-LaHC, Grenoble
  • Dr Olivier Renault, Dr Eugenie Martinez, Dr David Cooper and Dr Nicolas Chevallier, CEA-Leti, Grenoble
  • Dr Caroline Pirovano and Prof Rose-Noëlle Vannier, UCCS - Lille

  • Prof. Roger A. De Souza, RWTH Aachen (Germany)-Prof. Regina Dittmann, FZ-Jülich (Germany)
  • Dr José Santiso, ICN2, Barcelona (Spain)
  • Prof. Albert Tarancón, IREC, Barcelona (Spain)
  • Prof. Jennifer Rupp, MIT, Boston (US)
  • Dr Ainara Aguadero, Imperial College, London (UK)

Date of update December 17, 2018

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Univ. Grenoble Alpes