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Welcome to the Instrumentation, Advanced materials, and Physics of correlated electron systems WebPage

Published on 13 September 2019
Head of Imapec



Jean-Pascal Brison


Instrumentation, Advanced materials, and Physics of correlated electron systems
Phone: +33 4 38 78 52 48


Presentation

Our aim in IMAPEC is to tackle current issues in condensed matter physics through three actions:
• State of the art measurements, especially in extreme conditions of very low temperature, high magnetic field, and high pressure that require a continuous effort to develop our own original and competitive instrumentation.
• A well equipped crystal growth facility, with an extremely competent team, able to grow high quality crystals of known systems, and to explore new compounds.
• A longstanding experience in the field of correlated electron physics, reinforced by strong collaborations in France and worldwide with other experimental groups and theorists.


Members of Imapec

Researchers
Daniel Braithwaite
Jean-Pascal Brison
Pierre Dalmas de Réotier
Alain Yaouanc
Jacques Flouquet
Georg Knebel
Gerard Lapertot
Christoph Marin
Alexandre Pourret

Post-doctorates
Aifang Fang
Michal Valiska
Qun Niu

PhD students / Master students
Julia Mokdad

Technical support
Michel Boujard
Iulian Matei
Karine Mony

Former members
Dai Aoki (also: IMR Oarai)
Amalia Fernandez-Panella (Lawrence Livermore Laboratory)
Elena Hassinger (Max Planck Institut for Chemical Physica of Solids, Dresden)
Ludovic Howald (University Zürich)
Hisashi Kotegawa (Kobe University)
Liam Malone (University of Bristol)
Valentin Taufour (University of California, Davis)
Eduardo Hering
Scheilla Ramos
Yusei Shimizu (IMR, Oarai, Japan)
Mounir Boukahil
Tristan Combier
Alexandra Palacio Morales (University of Hamburg)
Mathieu Taupin (TU Wien)
Gael Bastien (IFW Dresden)
Adrien Gourgout (University Sherbrooke)
Beilun Wu (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
Shingo Araki (Okayama University)
Aifang Fang
Emmanuelle Bichaud
Hasan Naser


Experimental techniques and facilities


Research activities

Our main research activities are concentrated on
Quantum phase transitions in heavy fermion systems
Unconventional superconductivity
• Ferromagnetic superconductors
New superconductors
• Topological phase transition
• Mott insulators / new materials for microelectronics
New development of high pressure techniques
• Single crystal growth of intermetallics and oxides