INAC is restructured
Categorie(s) : Life @ MINATEC, News
Published : 5 February 2016
Since January 1, 2016, the Institute for Nanoscience and Cryogenics (INAC) has counted five laboratories rather than six. The new labs’ names are: PHELIQS (photonics, electronics, and quantum engineering); MEM (materials modeling and exploration); and SYMMES (molecular systems and nanomaterials for energy and healthcare). Spintec has been expanded and SBT remains unchanged.
The purpose of the restructuring plan was to better align INAC’s activities with its current partnerships and research programs, with new energy technologies, spintronics, and numerical simulation at the forefront. Today, INAC works extensively with Leti, Liten, and a number of Grenoble-Alpes University laboratories. Some 460 people currently work at INAC, including more than 160 Ph.D. candidates and post-docs.