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The NIMPH team is involved in the study of nanomaterials, ions and metamaterials with the objective of developing thin-film structures with innovative features in the fields of microelectronics, photonics and energy

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Team HAL referee :
M. Julien Cardin
Ph. +33(0)2 31 45 26 64

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Semiconductors Hillocks Raman Doping TEM Luminescence Irradiation Silicon nanoclusters Pulvérisation cathodique 7847D Feature erasure Silicium Conductivity Silicon nanostructures Waveguide Couches minces Terre rare 7867Pt Couches minces semi-conductrices Amorphous silicon nanoparticles Neodymium Nanostructure AFM Sputtering Nanostructured materials Photoluminescence Amplification Zinc Oxide Optical amplifiers Terbium Attenuated total reflection Hafnium silicate 7425Nd Guide d'onde Infrared absorption Terres rares 0602280 Fiber design and fabrication Bolometers Raman scattering Wire and -dot devices SiC Reactive magnetron sputtering Microstructure M-lines Cerium Silicon nitride Semiconductor thin films Alumina layer Erbium Microstructure physics SiO2 Silicate XRD Aggregation Waveguides Rare-earth- doped materials 3503950 Micro- optics Absorption Si nanocluster Atomic scale structure Thin films Friction 7363Bd Thin film Rare-earth ions Resistive Switching Multilayers Rare earth Al 2 O 3 /SiN x stacks Silica Si-rich silicon oxide Silicon Rare earths ATR 3006280 Spectroscopy Atom probe tomography Microstructure physique Energy transfer Atomic layer deposition Quantum-well 1604236 Nanomaterials Nanoparticles Nanostructuring High-k dielectrics Refractive index Magnetron sputtering Nanoparticules Silicon photonics Down-conversion FTIR Al2O3 Bridgman technique Photovoltaic Absorption coefficient ADE-FDTD Computational electromagnetic methods Silicon oxynitride 1403945 Microcavities Rare-earth-doped materials RF magnetron sputtering