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Institut polytechnique de Grenoble

Grenoble Institute of Technology

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Associate Professor Phelma Grenoble-INP
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Research activities

  • Recently published:
An innovative large scale integration of silicon nanowire-based field effect transistors
M Legallais, TTT Nguyen, M Mouis, B Salem, E Robin, P Chenevier, C. Ternon
Solid State Electronics (2017)
doi.org/10.1016/j.sse.2017.11.008
 
Mechanisms involved in the hydrothermal growth of ultra-thin and high aspect ratio ZnO nanowires
C. Ternon, T. Demes, F. Morisot, D. Riassetto, M. Legallais, H. Roussel, M. Langlet
Applied Surface Science 410, 423-431 (2017)

On the Development of Label-Free DNA Sensor Using Silicon Nanonet Field-Effect Transistors
Thi Thu Thuy Nguyen , Maxime Legallais , Fanny Morisot, Thibauld Cazimajou, Mireille Mouis , Bassem Salem, Valérie Stambouli and Céline Ternon
Proceedings 1, 312 (2017)
  • Web News and Cover:
April 2016: Grenoble INP chooses us for its section Eclairages
October 2015: Advanced Electronic Materials select our paper for the Inside Front Cover
                            
June 2015: Advances in Engineering promotes our research
December 2014: Nanotechweb dedicates a LAB TALK to silicon nanonets
  • For research main directions, this way and for more details, that way!
  • Full publication list (pdf)

Activities / Resume

Biography

09/2003 - present : Associate Professor at the National School of Physics, Electronics and Materials (Phelma) Grenoble INP
11/2006 - 08/2007: Visiting researcher at Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada
10/2002 - 09/2003: Assistant professor at Caen University, France
09/2000 - 09/2002: Graduate assistant at Caen University, France

  • 2016: Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (highest academic diploma in France allowing to carry out fully independent research), “Nano Inside - Macro Outside”, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France. (pdf)
  • 2003 : PhD thesis Caen University, France under the guidance of F. Gourbilleau and C. Dufour. "Luminescent nanostructures based on silica and silicon. From reactive magnetron sputtering to photoluminescence modeling."
  • 2000 : Master in Material Science, Rennes University, France
  • 2000 : Master in Physics, Rennes University, France


Teaching & Pedagogy

At Phelma, I teach L3, M1 and lifelong training students the following subjects:
  • Quantum Physics
  • Thermal Physics
  • Microelectronics Technologies

Pedagogy is for me an inseparable part of teaching and I am very interested in the development of new teaching and the application of active pedagogies:
  • Development of the photovoltaic process in clean room and creation of the lab work "First generation solar cell: simulation, fabrication and characterization" (pdf)
  • Scientific debates in quantum physics (pdf)
  • Remembrance brainstorming (pdf)
  • Problem-based approach (pdf)
I am the author of 4 publications related to my teachings dealing with active pedagogy or lab work in technology related to photovoltaic.


Research

My areas of expertise are as follows:
  • Synthesis and assembling of nanomaterials
  • Morphological, optical and electrical characterization of fabricated materials
  • Mastery of microelectronics technology for materials integration
  • Surface functionalization for grafting biological species
  • Physical phenomena modeling

Currently, my work is focused on the development, study and integration of nanonets composed of semiconductor nanowires, mainly silicon and ZnO. A nanonet,  "NANOstructured NETwork", is a random network of nanowires or nanotubes. At the macroscopic level, nanonets are made up of millions of nanowires. Consequently, the observed properties result from an average effect on all nanowires and are therefore not very sensitive to fluctuations from one nanowire to another.
Furthermore, nanonets are flexible, transparent, electrically active and highly sensitive to surface effects due to their nano components. Thus, there is great potential for applications in the field of chemical or biological sensors and flexible silicon-based electronics. More informations...
Nanonet 2D. a. Schematic representation of a 2D nanonet. b. SEM image of a ZnO nanonet illustrating the great flexibility of the material. c. SEM image of a silicon nanonet.

I have authored 37 publications, contributed to the writing of 7 book chapters and presented my work through more than 44 contributions at international conferences, including 4 invited lectures.
 

Administrative tasks

I am currently involved in the following administrative tasks:
  • Education advisory board at Grenoble INP
  • Supervisor of a curriculum in Physics and Nanoscience (PNS)


Women and Science

I am particularly interested in the problem of the low representation of women in scientific and technical professions. As such, I try to contribute, at my own level, to raising awareness and providing information on this subject. That's why,

 

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Written by Celine Ternon

Date of update February 23, 2018

Scientific Production

Publications: 37
Book chapters: 7
International Conferences: 44

Pedagogic Production

Publications: 4
International Conference: 1
Workshop: 3
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