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Les nanostructures à la nanoseconde


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Thèmes de recherche

- mésoscopiques
- désordre
- courants permanents
- susceptibilité
- polarisabilité
- transport
- bruit


Publications récentes :


  • Assouline A, Feuillet-Palma C, Zimmers A, Aubin H, Aprili M, Harmand J-C. Shiba Bound States across the Mobility Edge in Doped InAs Nanowires. Physical Review Letters. 2017;119(9).

  • Gabelli J, Thibault K, Gasse G, Lupien C, Reulet B. Characterization and control of charge transfer in a tunnel junction: Characterization and control of charge transfer in a tunnel junction. physica status solidi (b). 2017;254(3):1600619.

  • Sarkar S, Van Dyke J, Sprau PO, et al. Orbital superconductivity, defects, and pinned nematic fluctuations in the doped iron chalcogenide FeSe 0.45 Te 0.55. Physical Review B. 2017;96(6).


  • Quay CHL, Dutreix C, Chevallier D, Bena C, Aprili M. Frequency-domain measurement of the spin-imbalance lifetime in superconductors. Physical Review B. 2016;93(22). Available at:

  • Ramankutty SV, de Jong N, Huang YK, et al. Comparative study of rare earth hexaborides using high resolution angle-resolved photoemission. Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena. 2016;208:43-50.

  • Vanević M, Gabelli J, Belzig W, Reulet B. Electron and electron-hole quasiparticle states in a driven quantum contact. Physical Review B. 2016;93(4).