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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
julien.cardin@ensicaen.fr

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