Nanoscopic Physics (NAPS)

 

The world at the nanoscale obeys laws that defy common intuition : quantum mechanics plays a prominent role, both for experimental investigations and theoretical simulations.  The researchers in the Nanoscopic physics division of the Institute of Condensed Matter and Nanoscience explore various aspects of this enchanted world, from atoms, photons and ions to nanoscale devices, through the crystalline state and molecules.
"There is plenty of room at the bottom" (R. Feynman).


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IMCN researchers (Dr. A.R. Botello-Méndez, Mr. Y. Gillet, Profs. X. Gonze and J.-C. Charlier) revealed an atypical exciton-phonon interaction in WS2 and WSe2 monolayers using ab initio calculations.
NanoLetters 16, 2363-2368 (2016)
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Expériences identiques = résultats identiques ?
 Des expériences identiques répétées de façon indépendante devraient produire des résultats identiques. Vrai ? Des chercheurs de l’Institut de la matière condensée et des nanosciences de l’UCL ont étudié cette question.
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Secret d'électrons
 Une équipe de chercheurs de l’UCL et de l’Institut Néel de Grenoble ont observé un phénomène inédit à l’échelle nanométrique.
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Alain Jonas and Jean-Joseph Adjizian were presented with their Prizes during an official ceremony held in Louvain-la-Neuve on the 29th of September, 2015.
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IMCN researchers (Dr. A.R. Botello-Méndez, Dr. X. Declerck and Prof. J.-C. Charlier) revealed the atomic structure of boron dopants when incorporated in graphene using ab initio modelling.
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| 23/02/2016 |
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