LABORATOIRE DE RECHERCHE EN NANOSCIENCES (LRN) - EA 4682

LRN

DIRECTOR OF LABORATORY : Pr. Igor NABIEV

Co-Director : Pr. Louis GIRAUDET

28 staff members : 8 Researcher/Professor + 2 Hospitalian Practicioner + 4,5 Engineer/Technical + 3 non-permanent engineers + 8 PhD + 1 associated member

JOB OFFERS

Our lab' is currently hiring PhD candidates. Description of positions are below :

► PhD COV Sensor

PhD in AFM/KPFM instrumental development : Français - English

RESEARCH TOPICS

LRN is a strong unit with expertise in near-field instrumentation and nanotechnology, which spread out its know-how in various fields of application. The multidisciplinary nature of the team is emphasized with the presence of physicists, biochemists, biophysicists, electronics engineers and biologists. This opens up a wide range of applications, from optoelectronics to sensors and biomedical applications. Our lab’ nurtures a powerful synergy and multiplies collaborative projects with L2N at UTT.

KNOWLEDGES AND SKILLS

  • Nanobiotechnologies and nanomedicine: international recognition
  • Instrumental developments in atomic force microscopy and electron microscopy, applied to biology/health, agro-sourced materials, advanced materials, sensors, or electronics
  • Elaboration of nanowires by ionic solvent electrodeposition, applications to energy storage and sensors in the health field
  • Modeling and advanced electrical characterization of semiconductor components, application to photovoltaics, agro-sourced materials, sensors, and healthcare

EXPERIMENTAL TOOLS AND STRUCTURES

  • 6 AFMs (high-speed, mechanical, electrical, biological, Raman...)
  • Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) JEOL7900F instrumented (X-ray analysis, crystallography, cathodoluminescence, traction...)
  • Clean room equipped with a range of equipment for electrical processing and characterisation
  • UV-visible and infrared spectrophotometers and spectrofluorometers
  • Cellular culture rooms with biochemistry and molecular biology equipment

KEYWORDS

Atomic force microscopy; Near-field instrumentation; Biosensors; Nanobiotechnologies; Nanomedicine; Nanomaterials elaboration

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