|12 PhD Internal Meeting
|20 June 2013
|Alienor Svietlana Togonal
"Silicon Nanowires and Thin Films Towards Low Cost Solar Cells"
"Inducing Reversible Changes in Nano-Crystalline Graphite for Resistive Memory Applications"
Zeineb Ben Aziza
"Graphene Based Gas Sensors "
|11 PhD Internal Meeting
|03 April 2013
|Majid Panahandeh Fard
"Kinetics of interfacial chargetransfer at P3HT:GaAs heterointerface"
"Monolithic integrated polarizer on Mid-Infrared quantum cascade lasers "
10th PhD internal Meeting
|08 November 2012
"Enhanced surface plasmon resonance sensing based on nanostructured materials"
"Quantum Mechanical Simulation of CNT NanoJunction"
|9th PhD internal Meeting
|27 September 2012
Yap Chin Chong (Ray)
"Carbon Nanotubes for interconnect Applications"
"Carbon Nanotube networks, toward advanced thermal management applications"
|8th PhD internal Meeting
|24 August 2012
“Synthesis of GaN nanowires”
" CVD Graphene and its sensing applications icrofiber Sagnac Interferometer for sensing application”
|7th PhD internal Meeting
|29 June 2012
“Theoretical investigation on intrinsic noise of quantum cascade lasers”
Loh Guan Chee Jarvis
“Pillared-Graphene Nanostructures in Thermal Management Applications”
|6th PhD internal Meeting
|8 June 2012
Syeda Nazia Mokammel
& Le Tran Phuong Trinh
"Designing Carbon-Nanotube-Based Antennas"
"Coupling Of A Vertical III-V Nanowire To A Photonic Crystal Cavity"
January/ CINTRA Evaluation
June / Nobel Prize winner, Professor Albert Fert, at CINTRA.
Workshop on "NanoTechnologies for Electronics and Photonics" (NTEP)
The "Workshop on NanoTechnologies for Electronics and Photonics" (NTEP) that was proposed by CINTRA, has been held the 29 of June 2010 in Thales Research Technology (Palaiseau, France) and the 1st of July 2010 in XLIM UMR Université de Limoges/CNRS (Limoges, France).
Approximately 100 people from several CNRS Research Units (IEF, LPN, LPICM, UMPhi, MPQ, LTM, INL, LAAS, FEMTO, IEMN), Thales (TRT, TAS, …) and from NTU/CINTRA attended this workshop. Interesting presentations and discussions on nanotechnologies as well as their applications for nanoelectronics and nanophotonics were given. A highlight of the workshop was the presentation of the Nobel Prize, Albert Fert on his research activities.
On the CINTRA website, you will find all the presentations given during the workshop at the following link : program
This workshop contributed to reinforce the networking between French and Singaporean researchers and future promising collaborations will start soon with joint research projects and researchers exchanges. Currently, several projects are being drafted between CINTRA, NTU, TRT and other CNRS French Units.
To conclude, thank you very much to E Lansard (TRT director), P Klinge (TRT), D Dolfi (TRT),
J hazelas (TSA) and D Cros (XLIM director), C Darraud (XLIM) for their valuable efforts for co-organizing the workshop. I want also like to thank people from TRT and XLIM for their warm welcome and all the speakers for their contributions.
Finally, to satisfy expectations of many participants we already plan to organize the second edition of this workshop in Singapore in 2011. So, welcome to Singapore next year.
CINTRA UMI 3288
7 Oct / MOU signing ceremony
Back row, from left:
Dr Ng Eng Hen, Singapore’s Minister of Education and Second Minister of Defence,
Mrs Valérie Pécresse, France’s Minister of Higher Education and Research.
Front row, from left:
Dr Su Guaning, NTU President, Mr Arnold Migus,
Director General CNRS, Dr Marko Erman, Chief Technical Officer Thales.
13 nov / Dr Marko Erman visits to CINTRA
From left :
Dr Myriam Kaba, Deputy Director CINTRA,
Mr Patrick Plante, Chief Executive Officer, Thales Technology Centre Singapore,
Dr Marko Erman, Chief Technical Officer, Thales,
Professor Dominique Baillargeat, Director CINTRA,
Dr. Jean-Luc Lambla, Corporate Engineering Director, Thales
16 dec / CINTRA inauguration
Front row, from left:
His Excellency Mr Olivier Caron, Ambassador of France to Singapore;
and Dr Su Guaning, President NTU.
Back row, from left:
Mr Pierre Guillon, Director, Institute for Engineering and Systems Science, CNRS;
Mr Patrick Plante, Chief Executive Officer, Thales Technology Centre Singapore;
Professor Bertil Andersson, Provost NTU;
and Professor Dominique Baillargeat, Director CINTRA.