News & views: Functionally doped infinite-layer nickelates
Marc Gabay, Stefano Gariglio and Jean-Marc Triscone
We welcome Ludovica, our new PhD student
Ludovica joins us after finishing her Masters at the Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Great group workshop in Saint-Jorioz with distinguished invited speakers
A special pleasure after months of zoom meetings
Goodbye Jennifer, the whole group wishes you a great time in California!
Today Jennifer is leaving the group to join GLAM at Stanford University. The whole group wishes you a great time in California!
Claribel obtained a Subside tremplin
Claribel Dominguez obtained a UNIGE Subside tremplin. Claribel is finishing her PhD working on nickelate superlattices where an interesting coupling mechanism was found in structures made of two nickelates with different metal-insulator transition temperatures. A paper recently published in Nature ...
Adrien presents his thesis in 180 seconds
My Thesis in 180 seconds is back ! The University of Geneva is organizing for the 5th time the regional final of this competition.
Nano-mapping phase transitions in electronic materials
Scientists at EPFL and the University of Geneva have combined two powerful, cutting-edge techniques to uncover the physics behind an exotic phase transition that turns a metal into an insulator. The materials they looked at are rare-earth nickelates, which are of great interest for innovating new...
Welcome Lucia, our new PhD student
We welcome Lucia, our new PhD student. Lucia joins us after finishing her Masters at the University of Genoa, Italy
Nature Materials – Artificial materials for more efficient electronics
We report on a coupling without physical deformation of chemical bonds that, instead, stems from pure energetic considerations. From today available online in Nature Materials.