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MASTER NANOTECH
Parcours international Nanotech
MASTER NANOTECH
MASTER NANOTECH
Publié le 12 février 2019
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Colloque / Séminaire 14 mars 2019

Phelma Minatec / Amphitheatre M001 at 13h30







Nanoelectromechanical Systems for Mass Spectrometry and Biological Analysis

Thomas ALAVA


Thomas ALAVAMicrogravimetry is a technique in which a resonating object is used to detect individual particles that come in contact with it and to determine their individual mass. Microgravimetric techniques using Nanoelectromechanical systems have shown to determine the mass of individual objects with a tremendous resolution power. We will present how NEMS are used at LETI to develop cutting edge tools for performing mass spectrometry of complex biological particles as well as to specifically detect biological objects inside a liquid environment. In particular we will insist on the several techniques and NEMS architectures dedicated to different applications. As well we will insist on the global systems in which NEMS are integrated to tackle different fields of applications.







 

Si MOS spin qubits

Louis HUTIN


Louis HUTINBy leveraging the phenomena of quantum superposition and entanglement, some specifically designed quantum algorithms can achieve polynomial to exponential speed up when compared to their best classical counterparts, thus holding great promise for a variety of applications such as secure data exchange, database search, machine learning, and simulation of quantum processes.

Among all possible implementations of quantum bits, spins in Si offer an interesting trade-off between fast manipulation and stability. Within this rapidly growing field, each existing embodiment of the elementary building block comes with its own balancing of some qualities which are all desirable for a scalable quantum computer; i.e. fidelity, tunability, compactness, addressability, and compatibility with classical control electronics. In particular, we shed light on silicon devices which were obtained by a relatively straightforward adaptation of a NanoWire MOSFET process flow.

 
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mise à jour le 12 mars 2019

Grenoble INP Institut d'ingénierie Univ. Grenoble Alpes