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Institut Matériaux Microélectronique Nanosciences de Provence (IM2NP)
Institut Matériaux Microélectronique Nanosciences de Provence (IM2NP)
Marseille, France

Institut Matériaux Microélectronique Nanosciences de Provence (IM2NP)

Linking fundamental research to applications within our fields of expertise. Multidisciplinary research unit with more than 300 members at the junction of physics, chemistry and microelectronics, IM2NP masters a large spectrum of competencies that allows relying numerous fundamental aspects to applications in the field of advanced materials, of integrated electronics and nanosciences.

Main key-objectives:

Linking fundamental research to applications within our fields of expertise.

Five main directions:

. Revealing nanostructures: Build, visualize, probe

. Elaboration and modelling of functional nanomaterials and nano-devices

. Transformation and growth of materials at different scales (from nm to mm)

. Specific environments: detection, characterisation, signal processing and reliability

. From the emerging device to eco-energetics systems.

Key application sectors: energies (photovoltaic, thermoelectricity, nuclear fission/fusion), safety & defence (high level reliability, signal, stealth), health (E-health), transport (aeronautical, spatial), communication (IOT, RFID), environment (detection, catalysis)

Main facts:

  • Research Unit  IM2NP: Institute Materials Microelectronics  Nanosciences of Provence (UMR 7334)
  • Tutorships: CNRS, Aix-Marseille University and University of Toulon - Convention with ISEN-Toulon
  • 3 joint laboratories with CEA-Cadarache (LIMMEX), STMicroelectronics (REER) and Naval Group (LTSIM)
  • Overall workforce: 300 people (140 Researchers, Prof. & Assist. Prof., 40 Engineers & Technicians, 120 PhD students)
  • Scientific production: 170 peer-review papers / year
  • 240 funded collaborative projects conducted between 2010 and 2015, more than 200 active scientific collaborations.

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Institut Matériaux Microélectronique Nanosciences de Provence (IM2NP)
Institut Matériaux Microélectronique Nanosciences de Provence (IM2NP)
Localisation: Marseille, France | Se termine le mai 31
PhD Position: Development and characterization of inkjet-printed organic solar cells and photovoltaic modules for indoor applications
Vacancy Information The FUN group at CINaM and the LUMEN-PV group at IM2NP together with the company Dracula Technologies are offering a PhD position working in the field of digital printed organic solar cells. The three year PhD comes with a financial support by the french...
PhD - Cobalt ferrites (self-organized nanoparticles /hierarchical nanostructures) for polluting gas detection and cleaning
Supervisors : Christine Leroux and Madjid Arab, Véronique Madigou Team NSRE IM2NP 1- Context The growing interest of mankind in surrounding air quality leads to a growing need of precise measurements, monitoring and cleaning of ambient air. However, existing devices...
PhD - Ferrites de cobalt (nanoparticules auto-organisées / hiérarchisées) : application à la détection et à la dégradation de gaz polluants
Co direction : Christine Leroux et Madjid Arab, co encadrante Véronique Madigou Equipe NSRE IM2NP 1- Contexte L'intérêt grandissant que porte l'homme à son environnement se traduit par des besoins de plus en plus importants en termes de mesure, de contrôle et de...
PhD - Caractérisation et modélisation MRAM sous attaque physique H/F
Nom du directeur de thèse : Pierre CANET Tel : 07 86 33 77 39 E-Mail : pierre.canet@im2np.fr Co-encadrants : Jérémy Postel-Pellerin, Vincenzo Della Marca    Contacts : Pierre Canet : pierre.canet@im2np.fr ; 07.86.33.77.39 Jérémy Postel-Pellerin :...
PhD position - Advanced electrical characterization and compact modeling of MRAM memories under physical attack
So far connected objects have been designed and deployed with strong cost and power consumption constraints, postponing security to secondary requirements. Recent successful attacks have proved that the security of IoT will become a major and crucial issue and technical...