LABORATOIRE IMN (INSTITUT DES MATÉRIAUX JEAN ROUXEL)

INSTITUT DES MATERIAUX JEAN ROUXEL - NANTES Jean Rouxel The Institute of Materials was created in 1988 by the renowned French chemist Jean Rouxel. Drawing together chemists, physicists and materials engineers from the CNRS and the University of Nantes, with over 150 researchers and support staff it now represents one of the largest materials research centres in France. Research projects are diverse, including collaborations with industry, and other national and international research organisations. At the IMN we develop a fundamental understanding of the science of materials and their properties from the atomic scale upwards. This allows the design, characterisation and optimisation of new materials for a diverse range of high technology applications, including next generation solar cells, fuel cells, electric car batteries, nanotechnology, smart materials, materials for microelectronics, photonic and optical materials.

Expertises

Physics of materials and nanostructures (PMN) Plasma processes and thin films (PCM) Electrochemical storage and conversion of energy (ST2E) Innovative materials for optics, photovoltaic and storage (MIOPS) Material engineering and metallurgy (ID2M)

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Strategic business lines

Smart power grids

Bâtiments intelligents

Systèmes électriques pour la mobilité

Matériaux et composants pour l'électronique

Smart power grids

Accession on01 / 01 / 2011


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Contact informations

LABORATOIRE IMN (INSTITUT DES MATÉRIAUX JEAN ROUXEL)

2 rue de la Houssinière
BP 32229
NANTES CEDEX 3,