• Post-confinement drinks at Sara's (July 2020)



PhD students


  • Mélanie Ady

Former members

  • Raphaël Aeschlimann (2016-2020), now preparing the Agrégation teaching degree.
  • Felix Trier (2016-2020), now a post-doc at Center for Quantum Devices, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
  • Lorenzo Vistoli (2015-2019), now a post-doc at ICFO, Castelldefels (Spain)
  • Julien Varignon (2014-2018), now an Associate Professor at CRISMAT, Caen (France)
  • Diogo Vaz (2015-2018), now a post-doc at CIC Nanogune (Spain)
  • Qiu-Xiang Zhu (2016-2018), now at post-doc at East China Normal University (China)
  • Suvam Bhattacharyra (2018), now a PhD student at LPS Orsay (France)
  • Daniele Preziosi (2014-2017), now a CNRS researcher at IPCMS Strasboug (France)
  • Mathieu Grisolia (2013-2016), now a project manager at Quattrocento (France)
  • Sören Boyn (2013-2016), now a Sensor Developer at Keller AG (Switzerland)
  • Anke Sander (2014-2015), now a CNRS research engineer in our lab (France)
  • Edouard Lesne (2012-2016), now a post-doc at TU Delft (The Netherlands)
  • Ryan Chérifi (2011-2015), now a post-doc at U. California Berkeley (USA)
  • Lee Phillips (2012-2015), now an engineer at Granta Design (UK)
  • Flavio Bruno (2011-2014), now a tenure-track Assistant Professor at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain)
  • Daniel Sando (2011-2013), now a research fellow at U. New South Wales (Australia)
  • André Chanthbouala (2010-2013), now a post-doc in our lab (France)
  • Arnaud Crassous (2008-2011), now an engineer at H-PREC (France)
  • Christophe Daumont (2010-2011), now an engineer at GREMAN, Tours (France)
  • Nicolas Reyren (2010-2011), now a CNRS researcher in our lab (France)
  • Ingrid Cañero Infante (2009-2011), now a CNRS researcher at INL, Lyon (France)
  • Olivier Copie (2006-2009), now a CNRS researcher at Institut Jean Lamour, Nancy (France)
  • Gervasi Herranz (2006-2008), now a CSIC researcher at ICMAB Barcelona (Spain)
  • Hélène Béa (2005-2007), now an Associate Professor at Spintec, Grenoble (France)
  • Martin Gajek (2004-2006), now an engineer at Spin Transfer Technologies (USA)
  • Ulrike Lüders (2003-2005), now a CNRS researcher at CRISMAT, Caen (France)