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Our PhD students are talented | Portrait of Dyhia Tamsaout PhD student in the materials department

Dyhia TAMSAOUT is a 3rd year PhD student in C2N's Materials Department. Dyhia holds a Bachelor's degree in Fundamental Physics and Applications and a Master's degree in Materials Science and Nano-Objects from Sorbonne University's Faculty of Science. She completed …

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C2N organizes a new edition of the National Semiconductor Nanowire Days

The J2N brings together the French scientific community working on nanowires. The aim is to review the activities at the national level on crystal growth, characterisation and integration of nanowires into devices for all possible fields of application. Abstracts submission …

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Celebration of International Day of Light

International Day of Light is celebrated on May 16, the anniversary of the first successful laser operation in 1960 by physicist and engineer Theodore Maiman. From facilitating communication to medical breakthroughs, light has revolutionized our world. On this occasion, …

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Video report : Stephen Hawking's black hole hypothesis tested in the lab by two C2N researchers

According to Stephen Hawking's theory, black holes should emit particles. But this radiation is too weak to be observed. To try and understand this phenomenon, two C2N researchers, Jacqueline Bloch and Sylvain Ravets, have built artificial black holes: microscopic structures …

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Designing matter on a nanometric scale : report from C2N in L'Usine Nouvelle magazine

"Editing electronic circuits, preparing samples for transmission electron microscopy or creating nanopores... the capabilities of focused ion beams are numerous. But they all have one thing in common : nanometric precision". Jacques Gierak, head of the Instrumention and ion source …

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