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Gold-free synthesis of hexagonal germanium

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A CNRS crystal medal for Oneiros system

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Stand, Walk, Fall… Automatic detection of the fall of the elderly subject in daily activities

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Tuning thermoelectricity by epitaxial strain in (La,Sr)CrO3

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Enhancing the performance of solar cells through radiative sky cooling

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Interview with David ALBERTINI for Zurich Instruments

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Zi² an open source software for coupling AFM and lock-in from Zurich Instruments

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Cubic or hexagonal? How to control the crystalline phases of GaAs nanowires on demand

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Programmable optical reflection: turning mirrors to absorbers

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Acquisition of a nanoimprint lithography equipment in step and repeat mode in the framework of the ERDF project CARAT 2020

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Conductive filament localization within crossbar resistive memories by Scanning Joule Expansion Microscopy

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INL – partner of POCOYO, an iMUST labex project in atomic force microscopy

Research areas

Functional materials

Electronics

Photonics and Photovoltaics

Biotechnology and Healthcare

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Professors and Assistant Professors
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Technical and Administrative Staff
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CNRS Researchers
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PhD Students
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Postdoctoral Researchers

About INL CNRS

The Institute of Nanotechnology of Lyon (INL) is a Joint Research Unit (UMR 5270) whose supervision is the CNRS, the ECL, the INSA, the University Lyon 1 and CPE Lyon. INL’s mission is to develop multidisciplinary technological research in the field of micro and nanotechnologies and their applications. Research activities extends from materials to systems, and laboratory relies on the technological platform Lyon NanoLyon. Areas of application cover major economic sectors: the semiconductor industry, information technology, life and health technologies, energy and the environment.

The laboratory is multi-sites with locations on the campuses of Ecully and Lyon-Tech La Doua. It includes around 200 people including 121 permanent staff. INL is a major player in the Research and Teaching Pole.

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