You will find in the first articles the list of seminars held in the lab, then some of the abstracts.
All LNCMI seminars take place in the conference room René Pauthenet, Building J, 2nd floor, at 1:30 PM, except communicated otherwise.
Seminars in 2015 20/01/2015, Piotr Garbacz (Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart, Germany & LNCMI, Grenoble, France & University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland) Chiral NMR Abstract 27/01/2015, Xavier Chaud (LNCMI, Grenoble, France) Towards HTS high field inserts at LNCMI Abstract 24/02/2015, Nathaniel Baker (Coventry University& CRETA-LNCMI) Experimental study of the dynamics of magnetohydrodynamic (...)
Seminars 2014 9/12/2014, Holger Thierschmann (Physikalisches Institut, University of Würzburg, Germany) Harvesting thermal energy from single electrons 2/12/2014, Benjamin Piot (LNCMI, Grenoble) The Hofstadter butterfly in graphene Abstract 25/11/2014, Francisco Teran (IMDEA Nanociencia and Unidad Asociada de Nanobiotecnología, CNB-CSIC, Madrid, Spain) Nanomagnetism of iron oxide nanoparticles into biological matrices. (...)
20/01/2015, Piotr Garbacz (Max Planck Institute, Stuttgart, Germany & LNCMI, Grenoble, France & University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland) Traditional NMR cannot directly detect chirality of a molecule. However, two anticipated new phenomena, oscillating chiral magnetization and rotating chiral electric polarization, could be used to distinguish between enantiomers of a given molecule. Progress toward (...)
27/01/2015, Xavier Chaud (LNCMI, Grenoble, France) High Temperature Superconductor magnets will be essential in the development of future accelerators or high field test facilities. Coated conductor tapes made of REBaCuO (RE = Rare Earth) superconductor have a strong potential for this kind of magnets, provided an efficient protection of the magnet during transitions from the superconducting to the normal state (...)
24/02/2015 - Nathaniel Baker (Coventry University & CRETA-LNCMI) Turbulence displays radically opposite dynamics whether it is three-dimensional (3D) or two-dimensionnal (2D). The former is characterized by a direct energy cascade where energy transits from the injection scale down to the small dissipative scales, while the latter features an inverse energy cascade characterized by energy moving up (...)