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Electronic structure and atomistic modelisation

Several IRAMIS teams are involved in calculations of the electronic structure (ab-initio , tight binding, Hückel methods, etc...) and more generally in the modeling of matter at the atomic scale, which also includes more phenomenological methods (empirical potentials, model Hamiltonians, etc...) These modeling tools are mainly developed and used in physics (spectroscopy, transport, magnetism), chemistry (reactivity, dynamics) and for the study of materials (diffusion, growth, defects).

Electronic structure and atomistic modelisation
Nanomagnetism, spintronic and multiferroic materials

Nanomagnetism, spintronic and multiferroic materials

This research topic focuses on the development and study of: magnetic materials or multiferroic oxides (ferroelectricity associated with magnetism)* the magnetization dynamics in hybrid nanostructures and its coupling to the spin currents (spintronics) development of ultra-sensitive magnetic sensor and the associated modeling.

 

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