Introduction to Material Characterisation Platforms based in Grenoble:
- Welcome speech
- PAC-G: Platform for Advanced Characterisation Grenoble
- CEA - IRIG
- Institut Néel
- European projects supporting CARAC2019: Calipso+, NFFA, SINE2020
Welcome speech from PAC-G's director Jerome Beaucour
Set up within the framework of the IRT Nanoelec, the Platform for Advanced Characterisation - Grenoble (PAC-G) proposes access to advanced characterisation techniques as a service. The PAC-G was set up within the frame of IRT Nanoelec, with funding from the "Investissements d’avenir" program (reference ANR-10-AIRT-05).
PAC-G brings together European neutron source ILL, the European synchrotron...
The Consortium des Moyens Technologiques Communs (CMTC) is the Grenoble INP Material characterisation platform. It was created in 1977
The CMTC platform meets an objective to pool cutting-edge equipment in the field of micro- and nano-structural characterisation and centralise expertise to serve the needs of Research, Training and Enhancement.
The CMTC platform proposes several approaches to...
Institut NEEL is a laboratory for fundamental research in condensed matter physics, enriched by interdisciplinary activities at the interfaces with chemistry, engineering and biology.
We explore a vast field of science: superconductivity, quantum fluids, new materials, crystallography, surface science, quantum nanoelectronics, nanomechanics, nonlinear and quantum optics, spintronics,...
CEA's Fundamental Research Division (DRF) is active in the fields of physics, chemistry, biology and health, materials sciences, climate sciences and the environment. Within this department, the IRIG institute, created on January 1st, 2019 by bringing together 3 former Grenoble institutes of the DRF (IBS, BIG and INAC), conducts research in biology, health, nanosciences, cryotechnologies and...