WELCOME!

January 18, 2021:

Welcome to Mr Martin Clergeau!

Martin, student at Sorbonne University, has joined us in the frame of a project in physics.

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January 18, 2021:

Welcome to Mr Corentin Morin!

Corentin, student at Sorbonne University, has joined us in the frame of a project in physics.

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November, 2020:

Offre de stage de M2

Exploration des propriétés physiques de films minces d'oxydes semi-conducteurs pour la détection infrarouge.

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March 6, 2020:

Welcome to Ms Maria Appavou!

Maria, student at Sorbonne University, has joined us for preparing her MSc. thesis.

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February 1-6, 2020:

Photonics West, San Francisco

Conf. #11279 Terahertz, RF, Millimeter, and Submillimeter-Wave Technology and Applications XIII.

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November, 2019:

Welcome to Mr Aly Teme!

Aly, student at CentraleSupélec, has joined us for preparing a three-year long "research-path" training.

The Group of Electrical Engineering - Paris (GeePs), created on the 1st January 2015 is a CentraleSupélec lab recognized by CNRS (UMR 8507), Sorbonne Université and Université Paris-Saclay. Our research activity is developed within the Materials department, through various topics (Nano-Materials, Devices and Characterization; Sensors and Functional Materials; Waves and Propagation).

What do we do?

We develop innovative materials and devices for photonics. A strong point to mention here is the complete mastering of the whole “materials - devices - system” chain :

  1. Elaboration and characterization of thin films of oxides (semiconductors, superconductors).

  2. Development and modelling of thermal detectors (bolometers, pyroelectric detectors) for the near and mid-infrared and the terahertz range (500 GHz to 10 THz).

  3. Infrared and THz imaging systems; design and test. Two types of imaging systems are investigated:

  • Active imaging, with uncooled semiconductor pixels, working in direct detection.

  • Passive imaging, with cooled highly sensitive pixels of the superconducting hot electron bolometer (HEB) heterodyne mixer type.

 

Towards conferences on Superconductivity and THz Science & Technology.