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Welcome to the collection of the Nanomaterials, Ions and Metamaterials team for PHOTONICS (NIMPH) of the CIMAP laboratory

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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ATR Semiconductors Rare-earth-doped materials Hafnium oxide High-k dielectrics Silicium Hafnium silicate Silicon nanostructures AFM Sputtering Infrared absorption Conductivity Irradiation ADE-FDTD Silicon-nanoclusters Raman Terres rares Semiconductor thin films Friction Magnetron sputtering Energy transfer Nanostructured materials Reactive magnetron sputtering Pulvérisation cathodique Silicon nanograin Rare earth Silicon photonics Nanoparticules Guide d'onde HR STEM-HAADF Refractive index Nanoparticles TEM Silicate Computational electromagnetic methods M-lines Raman scattering Microstructure physique Microstructure Grazing incidence X-ray diffraction Wire and -dot devices Si nanocrystal Hillocks MoS2 PZT Zinc Oxide Quantum-well FTIR Terre rare XRD Optical amplifiers RF magnetron sputtering IR spectroscopy Waveguide Single crystalline Microcavity Thin film Silicon nanocrystals CO adsorption Rutherford Backscattering Spectrometry Luminescence Terbium Lifetime Couches minces Rare-earth- doped materials Silica Laser pyrolysis Cathodoluminescence Nanostructuring Silicon Si nanocluster Multilayers Couches minces semi-conductrices Silicon nitride Atom probe tomography SiC Silicon oxynitride Doping Thin films Photoluminescence Nanostructure Resistive Switching Cerium Rare earths Amplification Erbium Photovoltaic Al2O3 Zinc oxide SiO2 Si-rich silicon oxide CoMoS Waveguides Microstructure physics Silicon nanoclusters Rare-earth ions Citric acid Feature erasure Down-conversion Neodymium