Studying the development, shape, assembly and material properties for structural and functional applications (energy, microelectronics, etc. ..) by combining experimental and modeling from the atomic scale to the scale of process. These works are based on the pooling of experimental platforms for development and characterization.
LMGP research is based on four themes: interfaces of biological materials, synthesis and physical chemistry of solid materials, materials for energy and ICT. He studied materials by developing studies on the structure, the intrinsic properties and techniques that make it possible to shape new compounds.
The core business of NEEL Institute is basic research in the physics of condensed matter, which helps to build interdisciplinary links with chemistry, engineering and the life sciences. NEEL institute covers many skills: superconductivity, quantum fluids, new materials, crystallography, surface science, quantum nano-electronics, nano-mechanics, nonlinear optics and quantum spintronics, magnetism ...
CRETA is a support unit of the CNRS. His mission is to promote and enhance the research laboratories of the CNRS toward industry, and shelter projects proposed by companies. The research topics are: development of functional materials, energy and environment, hydrogen storage, water treatment under magnetic field, biophysics or magnetic science
LEGI conducts research in Fluid Mechanics and Transfers. Main research themes are: the dynamics of turbulent flows, the geophysical fluid dynamics and flow dynamics in strong hydrodynamic coupling. They can apply to Natural environment and decision helping, engineering and the environment, and finally engineering and energy
The LEPMI brings together expertise in most areas of electrochemistry, particularly in the electrochemical energy sources and electrochemical energy storage, involving process engineering. Studies in the laboratory focus on three themes: energy, environment, micro-nano.
The LPSC studies the structure of materials, fundamental constituent of the universe, and its interactions. Alongside this fundamental research activity, other activities, more applied and interdisciplinary areas are developed, such as the study of innovative nuclear reactors, the development of techniques for the treatment of cancer and plasma physics.
The G2Elab covers a wide range of skills in the field of Research in Electrical Engineering. its research are: electric power, energy materials, innovative processes and systems, as well as modeling and design.
The LGP2 study paper, print media and biomaterials. It works on six main research themes: extraction of vegetal constituents and recovery processes, behavior of cellulose fibers in aqueous medium, link between structure and use properties, printability of paper and board, study and modification of surface properties of polysaccharides nanocrystals of fibers and fibrous materials, the printing processes, as well as process engineering clean production, cleaning and recycling of cellulose fibers.
G-SCOP study design, optimization and production. His main research areas are: improving the design and management of production systems modeling, analysis models and development of powerful optimization tools, and improving product design by the study of business life cycle of products, design tools and design process.
GIPSA-lab laboratory is working on theoretical and applied research for signals and complex systems. His areas of research extend to Automatic, Signal and Images, Word and Cognition. It develops projects in wide-range and strategic areas such as energy, environment, communication, intelligent systems, health and language engineering.
The activities of CEA-Liten focus on renewable energy (solar, biomass), energy efficiency (vehicles and buildings low consumption, hydrogen technology, grid management.) And finally the high-performance materials for energy .