Main Activity in Nanotechnology
Founded in 1957 by Prof. G. Dupouy, this laboratory, world pioneer in Electron microscopy, became the CEMES in 1989 (history).
In CEMES, we study materials from an experimental and a theoretical point of view, from the atomic up to the macroscopic scale. CEMES encompasses an important activity in elaboration, chemical synthesis, realisation of new devices and instrumentation.
The CEMES goals are for one part to establish links between the atomic architecture and the physical and chemical properties of a material or a nano-material and for another part to design, synthesise and study the first prototypes of molecular nano-machines, studied one at a time.
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