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