Le LMGP, laboratoire CNRS & Grenoble-INP organise une demi-journée "Portes-Ouvertes" pour les étudiants en MASTER le jeudi 23 octobre à 9h. Deux visites ciblées en fonction de votre domaine d'intérêt (Science des matériaux ou Interface matériaux et matière biologique) vous sont proposées.
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Présentation du LMGP The Laboratoire des Matériaux et du Génie Physique is a pluridisciplinary lab involved in materials science and biomedical engineering. We synthesize, characterize and optimize materials for applications in microelectronics, optoelectronics, energy production (photovoltaic), biosensors and tissue engineering. The LMGP has access to many characterization facilities, including electron, near field and optical microscopies, and to clean rooms for micro and nanofabrication. Some of us also commonly use large instruments such as the synchrotron for advanced characterization studies.
The LMGP comprises three teams :
- Crytallogenesis, dir D. Chaussende : the characteristic of this team is to study the growth of crystalline materials at high temperature, using experimental reactors, numerical simulation and structural characterization. The activity is focused on SiC, MAX phase and 2D materials. SiC is an important material for high power electronics. MAX phase materials are a new class of materials with interesting mechanical and electronic properties, and 2D materials are made of one or a few atomic layers (e.g. graphene).
- Thin films, nanomaterials and nanostructures, dir H Renevier : this team studies thin film materials, obtained by various synthesis methods : chemical vapor deposition, growth in solution, sol-gel methods... using reactors optimized in the lab. A strong part of the activity is devoted to the growth of nanostructured materials (nanowires) on surfaces and to surface functionalization with nanoparticles and nanowires. We also develop tools to access materials structural changes during the growth or the use of the materials (in situ methods).
- Interface between materials and the biological matter, dir C Picart : we study the interaction between materials and biological molecules and living cells. We develop bioactive materials and devices to study the formation of muscle fibers and the regeneration of bones, or for the detection of unlabeled macromolecules such as DNA or proteins. The interactions between protein and materials surfaces are also studied, in relation with the stability of therapeutical proteins in storage containers and delivery devices. We therefore conduct multidisciplinary research associating biophysics, biochemistry and cell biology, in collaboration with biology labs and clinical departments.
Details concerning the visit will soon be posted on the LMGP website : http://www.lmgp.grenoble-inp.fr
Pour faciliter l'organisation de ces journées, l'inscription est obligatoire sur : www.lmgp.grenoble-inp.fr/JPO
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