The activities are focused on three major areas: thermodynamic behaviour of materials, optimisation of their preparation processes and modelling at atomic scale.
The aim is to understand the physicochemical properties of materials at different scales and develop preparation processes in order to improve the performance of existing materials or to define and obtain innovative materials.
The materials of interest are related primarily to the fields of microelectronics, electronics and energy: nuclear, photovoltaic, vehicle lightening, hydrogen storage, lighting.
The group's skills are spread over the three areas :
A Chemical Vapor Deposition Route to Epitaxial Superconducting NbTiN Thin Films (N. Tsavdaris et al. 2017)
Date of update January 25, 2019