The nRai® Nano Imagery Contest
[See the current ''Chaires d'Excellence'' of the Foundation]
Tuesday 14 October 2014 at 3pm Room "Remy Lemaire" K 223 (1st floor) Building K, Institut Néel / CNRS Anton AKHMEROV (Delft University) I will show how the superconducting phase difference in a Josephson junction may be used to split the Kramers degeneracy of its energy levels and to remove all the properties associated with time reversal symmetry. The superconducting phase difference is known to be ineffective in two-terminal short...
Vitaly POLOVINKIN's Thesis Defense: "Application of amphipols for surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) and X-ray crystallography studies of membrane proteins"
Wednesday 15 October 2014 Defense within closed doors Vitaly POLOVINKIN (IBS) Thesis supervisor: Valentin GORDELIY Amphipols (APols) have become important tools for the stabilization, folding, and in vitro structural and functional studies of membrane proteins (MPs). MPs are the main functional units of biomembranes and represent roughly one-third of the proteins encoded in the genome. The first part of my work was dedicated to...
Alexandra DAVYDOVA's Thesis Defense: "MD simulation of H2 plasma/graphene interaction for innovative etching processes development"
Friday 24 October 2014 at 2 pm Lecture room - Building A - CNRS tower - 25 rue des martyrs 38000 Grenoble [Access Map] Alexandra DAVYDOVA (LTM/CEA/CNRS Grenoble, France) Thesis supervisors: Gilles Cunge and Emilie Despiau-Pujo Graphene is a two-dimensional material with unique physical, chemical and mechanical properties. It could be promising for novel applications, but the nm-scale control of graphene processing challenges current technology,...
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