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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:

Ion transport and resistive switching in oxide systems


  • Perovskite and layered perovskite-related oxides
  • Thin films growth by Metal Organic Chemical Vapour Deposition
  • Valence change resistive switching in oxide heterostructures
  • Structural, physico-chemical & functional properties in memristive devices

 

Matériaux Nanolamelaires


Lamellar materials, ultra-thin films, 2D materials

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



Caractérisation avancée


Advanced structural, chemical, electrical characterizations
In situ growth studies

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

News



  • 15
    juin
    Visualising the incipient Atomic Layer Deposition of ZnO ultra-thin film on In0.53Ga0.47As, for tailoring contact resistivity

Papers

  • 09
    mai
    The paper "XAFS atomistic insight of the oxygen gettering in Ti/HfO2 based OxRRAM" has been publisehd in Phys. Rev. Mat.
  • 30
    mars
    The paper "Phonon dispersion curves in Cr2AlC single-crystals" has been published in Materials Research Letters
  • 09
    mars
    The paper "Electronic and vibrational properties of V2C-based MXenes: From experiments to first-principles modeling" has been published in Phys. Rev. B

Written by Maria Carmen Jimenez Arevalo

Date of update May 14, 2018

Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes