- Electron transport in polyoxometale molecular junction, published in J. Am. Chem. Soc.
- A new molecular switch, read in J. Phys. Chem. C
- NDR, memory, reconfigurable logic in a monolayer device, just published in J. Phys. Chem. C.
- Insights on intermolecular interactions from conductance histograms, Nano Lett.
- Molecular Electronics at high-frequencies : A 17 GHz molecular rectifier, Nature Communications (open access).
- Micronic OECTs as hydrazine sensors. S. Pecqueur et al., Sensors (read here).
- EGOS interfaced with neurons, published in Organic Electronics.
- A new publication on molecular switches and nanoparticules networks in J. Phys. Chem. C
- Nanodot molecular junctions and effects of mechanical forces : a new paper in Nanoscale.
Nanostructures, nanoComponents & Molecules
The NCM group (Nanostructures, nanoComponents & Molecules) is interested in the physics of nanostructures and nanodevices made of organic molecules and/or hybrid systems involving organic molecules, inorganic metal and/or semiconductor nanostructures. We contribute to knowledge development, studying the fundamental electronic and transport properties of various molecular devices based on self-assembled monolayers, small ensemble of molecules, assembly of molecules and nano-objects. We develop new devices for molecular-scale electronics and organic electronics.
Our research objectives are:
- design and characterization of molecular and nanoscale electronic devices
- elucidation of fundamental electronic properties of these molecular and nanoscale devices
- study of functional molecular devices and integrated molecular systems
- exploration of new device concepts.
Organization. The research activities are organized in three topics and a support lab.
- Physics & electronic transport at molecular scale, functional molecular devices (PI : Dr. Stephane Lenfant).
- Organic devices (PI : Prof. Kamal Lmimouni).
- Neuro-inspired devices (PI : Dr. Fabien Alibart, until Aug. 2017, now at Univ. Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada).
- These research are supported by a chemical synthesis lab (PI : Dr. David Guerin).
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