Real-time growth monitoring of ultrathin Ag layers: impact of interface chemistry and additives on morphological evolution and opto-electronic properties
Laboratory: PPRIME Institute, Department: D1-PMM, Team: PPNA
ED SIMME Doctoral School proposes the following thesis subject:
Title of the thesis : Real-time growth monitoring of ultrathin Ag layers: impact of interface chemistry and additives on morphological evolution and opto-electronic properties
This project would be under the supervision of : Gregory ABADIAS, D1-PMM department of PPRIME Institute at Universite de Poitiers.
Co-supervisor(s) : David Babonneau /
Starting date: 10/2022
The IRMA project, funded by ANR in the frame of international collaborative projects, seeks to develop efficient and non-invasive strategies for manipulating morphology and opto-electronic properties of vapordeposited Ag nanostructures (i.e., 3D nanoparticles and ultra-thin continuous layers). This will be achieved via selective deployment of additives (i.e., gaseous species and solute metals) to target key nanostructure formation stages, whereby complex dynamic synthesis processes will be studied in real-time by leveraging
the strengths of lab-scale in situ probes and synchrotron X-ray tools.
See the detailed description: SujetUP-2022-abadias-babonneau-EN.pdf
For further information and to apply, please contact: : ABADIAS Gregory ().
Submission date: 02/22/2022 à 8 h 38 min