DSM : Thesis SL-DSM-14-0358

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Research field

Physical chemistry and electrochemistry / Solid state physics, chemistry and nanosciences
Ultra-divided matter, Physical sciences for materials / Solid state physics, chemistry and nanosciences

Title

Design and caracterization of solid devices based on polymers with magnetic properties

Abstract

The goal of this project is i) to process (macro)molecules bearing high electronic spin states to obtain highly oriented thin films showing long range magnetic order via cooperative effects favored by supramolecular ordering and ii) to establish correlations between the level of ordering/structuring and the magnetic properties of these materials. Several simple processing approaches mastered by our colleagues at the Institute Charles Sadron in Strasbourg will be applied. We have prepared a series of molecules and polymers which have shown to have good characteristics in terms of intramolecular spin states' multiplicity, moreover with a remarkable chemical stability (work initiated in 2007 and published in 5 papers devoted to the study of these molecules in diluted solutions). The foreseen student can come from a Master of Materials Engineering or Chemical Physics or Solid State Physics. Some knowledge about polymers and/or quantum calculation (DFT) methods would be appreciated.

Location

Institut nanosciences et cryogénie
Structures et Propriétés d'Architectures Moléculaires
Laboratoire d'Electronique Moléculaire, Organique et Hybride
Centre : Grenoble
Starting date : 01/10/2014

Contact person

Vincent MAUREL
CEA / DSM/INAC
CEA-Grenoble/INAC/SCIB/LRM

Pièce C5-308

UMR-E 3 CEA-UJF FRE 3200 CNRS

17, rue des Martyrs

38054 Grenoble CEDEX 09




Phone : 04 38 78 35 98

University / Graduate School

Grenoble I (UJF)
Ecole Doctorale de Physique de Grenoble - Grenoble I -

Thesis supervisor

David DJURADO
CNRS / LEMOH/ Laboratoire d'Electronique Moléculaire Organique et Hybride
INAC/SPRAM

CEA/Grenoble

17 rue des Martyrs

38054 Grenoble cedex 9


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