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Sylvia Matzen, contributing author of Etonnante Physique, published by CNRS

Sylvia Matzen, a C2N research professor and CNRS bronze medallist, contributed to the book Etonnante Physique, published by Editions CNRS. Her subject is photostriction, a phenomenon that consists of deforming a material by illuminating it. This opens the way to …

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The promising growth of 2D material WSe2 on conventional 3D GaP substrates

With the perspective of enhancing the physical properties of two-dimensional materials, the MAT2D team at C2N is studying the optical and electronic properties of 3R stacking tungsten diselenide (WSe2) grown on III-V semiconductor gallium phosphide (GaP). The used growth …

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C2N among the laureates of the CNRS Bas Carbone call for projects

The aim of this call for proposals is to support emerging initiatives to reduce the energy footprint of laboratories, as well as to strengthen existing initiatives.1 Among the 32 projects selected, C2N's project is part of a …

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C2N opens its doors for the Fête de la Science and the CNRS event : Visites Insolites

Once again this year, C2N will be one of the many participants in the Fête de la Science. Come and meet the sculptors of the nanoworld and enjoy an unusual experience. https://bit.ly/3KXDEN6

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