Four new projects Two projects involving scientists from the nanoMIR group have been granted by the French National Research Agency (ANR) within the 2019 call (https://anr.fr/fr/detail/call/appel-a-projets-generique-3/). These projects deal with mode-locked interband-cascade lasers and the integration of quantum-cascade lasers on a SiGe platform. A project on the monolithic integration of nanostructured spectral filters on IR photodetectors has been granted by the ASTRID 2019 program (https://anr.fr/fr/detail/call/accompagnement-specifique-des-travaux-de-recherches-et-dinnovation-defense-astrid-8/). nanoMIR is a partner of the Innovative Training Network (ITN) project OPTAPHI (Optical Sensing
Zeineb Loghmari receives a Best Poster Award at ITQW 2019. The 2019 Infrared Terahertz Quantum Workshop (ITQW) is a workshop-style conference that aims to bring together academic, government, and industry scientists in an intimate venue to encourage close interaction and collaboration. The theme of the conference is broadly defined as the exploration of novel physical phenomena in quantum- and electromagnetically-engineered photonic materials in the infrared and terahertz frequency range and the exploitation of these phenomena to create novel optoelectronic devices and
On July 8th, 2019, Olivier Delorme successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled: Investigation of the incorporation of bismuth into antimonide compounds. Olivier’s work was supported by the French national research agency under project BIOMAN (ANR-15-CE24-0001). On March 21st, 2019, Julie Tournet successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled: III-Sb solar cells and their integration on Si. Julie was an early stage researcher supported by the H2020 program of the European Union through the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Initial Training Network PROMIS (grant
The three of the leaves are changing colors : red, yellow and brown! Our researches at nanomir keep travelling around the world to participate in differnt conferences: 44th Europena Conference on Optical Communication. Nanophotonics and Micro/Nano Optics International Conference 2018 - Rome-Italy 14th International Conference on Mid-IR Optoelectronics: Materials and Devices MIOMD-XIV - Flagstaff, Arizona - US
Three projects coordinated by scientists from the nanoMIR group have been granted by the French National Research Agency (ANR) within the 2018 call. These project deal with high operating temperature superlattice photodetector for the full mid infrared, silicon micro-resonators for gas sensing and vertical-cavity THz lasers. They will start early 2019.
The scientists of nanoMIR have participated to numerous conferences this summer, presenting a number of invited communications, oral communications or posters. Among those conferences one can cite: UK Semiconductors, 4 – 5 July 2018, Sheffield (UK). The International nano-optoelectronics workshop (iNOW 2018), 21 – 27 July 2018, Berkeley, CA (USA). The 34th International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors (ICPS 2018), 29 July – 3 August 2018, Montpellier (France). 8th International Quantum Cascade Laser School and Workshop (IQCLSW 2018), 2-7
In our on-going effort to integrate mid-IR optoelectronic devices with Si platforms, we have recently demonstrated room-temperature operation of a quantum-cascade laser (QCL) grown on a Si substrate.
Le groupe nanoMIR est un leader mondial de la technologie des semiconducteurs III-Sb, c’est-à-dire la famille des composés III-V à base de GaSb, InAs, AlSb, InSb, leurs alliages et leurs hétérostructures.
Détection de molécules de vanilline par spectroscopie vibrationnelle exaltée à base de semi-conducteurs
Cette étude, publiée dans le journal Nanophotonics, montre la détection de molécules de vanilline en très faible quantité