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Headlines 2010

November 2010

24-11-2010
C. Hrelescu, T. K. Sau, A. L. Rogach, F. Jäckel, G. Laurent, L. Douillard et F. Charra
In optics, the possibility to confine light below its natural wavelength is hampered by the longstanding barrier of the diffraction limit. Surface plasmons are electromagnetic surface waves coupled to free electrons at metal dielectric interfaces.
 

June 2010

14-06-2010
C. Bartolacci1, M. Laroche1, H. Gilles1, S. Girard1, T. Robin2, B. Cadier2 et A. Buisson3
1Equipe Lasers, Instrumentation Optique et Applications (LIOA), CIMAP / ENSICAEN, 6 BLVD Maréchal Juin, 14050  Caen  cedex, 2 iXFiber,  rue Paul Sabatier,  22300  Lannion  3 Laboratoire CI-NAPS, Centre CYCERON, Boulevard Becquerel, 14052 Caen cedex

March 2010

30-03-2010
( Version française) Researchers in the Instability and Turbulence Group of IRAMIS-SPEC have succeeded in experimentally characterizing the non linear mechanical response of an amorphous granular media across the jamming transition.
04-03-2010
D. S. Inosov1, J. T. Park1, P. Bourges2, D. L. Sun1, Y. Sidis2, A. Schneidewind3,4, K. Hradil4,5, D.Haug1, C. T. Lin1, B. Keimer1, and V. Hinkov
 

February 2010

15-02-2010
Chemists of DSV (CEA-Life science Division) and physicists of DSM (CEA-Matter science Division) specialists of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) have developed a new solid state NMR apporach to measure long inter-atomic distances.
11-02-2010
S. Haessler, J. Caillat, W. Boutu, C. Giovanetti-Teixeira, T. Ruchon, T. Auguste, Z. Diveki, P. Breger, A. Maquet, B. Carré, R. Taïeb & P. Salières,
Visualizing the motion of electrons in matter requires both a spatial resolution at the Angstrom scale and a temporal resolution at the attosecond scale (1 as = 10-18 s).

January 2010

13-01-2010
P. Maillet*, C. Levard**, E. Larquet§, C. Mariet,* O. Spalla*, N. Menguy§, A. Masion**, E. Doelsch, J. Rose** et Antoine Thill*
Imogolites (OH)3Al2O3Si(OH) are natural minerals discovered in 1962 in Japanese volcanic soils. Their structure is similar to that of a carbon nanotube. They are made of a curved Gibbsite  sheet Al(OH)3  forming a nanotube of 2 nm in diameter.
 

 

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