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Physico chemistry of solids, thin films, biotechnologies
Applications for micro & nano- technologies, energy, health ...
Published on February 11, 2015
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The Materials and Physical Engineering Laboratory (LMGP) is a research laboratory in materials science and materials for biomedical engineering.

 It is a joint Research Unit (UMR 5628) of CNRS and Grenoble INP within the Grenoble Alpes University, and is located on the Minatec campus in the buildings of the engineering school PHELMA (PHysics, ELectronics, MAterials).

 

Its own equipment and the support of three high-level research platforms (Materials Characterization Center of Grenoble INP, Interuniversity Centre of Microelectronics and Nanotechnologies, Upstream Technology Platform) provide LGMP researchers with the technical resources they need.

The laboratory benefits from a wide network of partners. In materials science and nanosciences, the close links built with other Grenoble laboratories are firmly established via our participation in both the CEMAM and MINOS Centers of excellence and in the Nanosciences Foundation. Its intense activity in the field of tissue engineering has also led LMGP to create close links with various renowned research institutes in biology.

Thanks to the dynamism of its three research teams and the favorable multidisciplinary environment, LMGP has gained an international reputation in the fields of crystal growth, nanomaterials and structured thin film materials and biomaterials for tissue engineering. The interaction between the teams help fostering synergies and new skills. LMGP develops functional materials for applications in the field of microelectronics, energy, and health and thus participates in applied research, in close relationship with companies.

With about fifty researchers, lecturers, engineers, technicians and administrative staff, the laboratory welcomes every year about 60 students and non-permanent researchers at all levels: internships (IUT, Master ...), PhD theses, post-doctoral stays, invited researchers and professors.

The laboratory is organized into

For more détails see the organizational chart (pdf)
 

Scientific network

LMGP organizes its research within networks at the local, national and international scene to tackle efficiently the new industrial and societal challenges.

 

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Written by Xavier Oster

Date of update May 18, 2016

Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes
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