|Excited states deactivation in model proteins chains: Non-adiabatic dynamics and ab initio methods||Bac+4/5||
During the course, the candidate will be trained in methods calculating excited states as well as to use quantum chemistry softwares: Turbomole (CC2 and ADC(2) methods) and NEWTON-X (Non-adiabatic dynamics).
|N doped BaTiO3 multifunctionnal thin films for opto-electronics and energy transition||Bac+5||
Physique des matériaux
The candidate will address the UHV techniques associated with the growth by molecular beam epitaxy. The techniques that will be used are Reflexion High Energy Electron Diffraction (RHEED), Auger Electron Spectroscopy (AES), Photoemission core level spectroscopy (XPS), Piezo Force Microscopy (PFM), Low Energy Electron microscopy (LEEM), a photoelectrocatalytic water-splitting setup, and eventually magnetic measurements (VSM), lithography (at C2N) and X-ray diffraction.
|Electron tunneling time and its fluctuations||Bac+5||
Physique de la matière condensée
Ultra-low noise DC and RF electrical measurements microwave design - Clean-room fabrication of nanostructured semiconducting circuits - Cryogenics