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June 11 2019

Modeling silicon-on-insulator quantum bit arrays

A post-doctoral position is open at the Interdisciplinary Research Institute of Grenoble (IRIG, formerly INAC) of the CEA Grenoble (France) on the theory and modeling of arrays of silicon-on-insulator quantum bits (SOI qubits). This position fits into an ERC Synergy project, quCube, aimed at developing two-dimensional arrays of such qubits. The selected candidate is expected […] >>

June 11 2019

Nano-silicon/graphene composites for high energy density lithium-ion batteries

This postdoctoral fellowship is part of the Graphene Flagship Core 2 H2020 european project (2018-2020) on the energy storage applications of graphene. In lithium-ion batteries, graphene associated to nanostructured silicon in a proper composite helps increase the energy capacity. Indeed graphene wraps silicon, reducing its reactivity with electrolyte and the formation of the SEI passivation […] >>

June 11 2019

Tunnel Junction for UV LEDs: characterization and optimization

Besides existing UV lamps, UV LEDs emitting in the UV-C region (around 265 nm) are considered as the next solutions for cost efficient water sterilization systems. But existing UV-C LEDs based on AlGaN wide band gap materials and related quantum well heterostructures still have low efficiencies which precludes their widespread use in industrial systems. Analysing […] >>

June 11 2019

In situ synchrotron X-ray monitoring of the growth of defect-free two-dimensional materials by liquid-metal catalytic routes

The postdoctoral research project is part of a four-year European FET-Open project called LMCat (http://lmcat.eu/) bringing together five European labs, including the ESRF and the CEA-INAC, to develop the growth of defect-free two-dimensional materials by liquid-metal catalytic routes. A central lab will be established at the ESRF to develop an instrumentation/methodology capable of studying the […] >>

June 11 2019

Design for reliability for digital circuits

Flash memories are a key enabler for high-temperature applications such as data acquisition and engine control in aerospace, automotive and drilling industries. Unfortunately, the retention time of flash memories is very sensitive to high temperatures. Even at relatively moderated temperatures, flash memories may be affected by retention-related problems especially if they are set to store […] >>
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