Welcome to the nanomechanics team

The nanomechanics team is a group of researchers from Laboratoire Charles Coulomb in Montpellier University.
We aim at studying the physics of mechanical objects in the ‘nano’ world.

What's new in the team?

The portrait of Clarisse Basset, Nanomechanics team

Welcome to...

Clarisse Basset

Clarisse has joined our group from November 2021 for a PhD thesis. Welcome Clarisse!

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Our paper in JPCC

Last published

In J. Phys. Chem. C

We have published a perspective article on the ionic transport in carbon nanotubes

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Helium layers on a carbon nanotube

Last published

In Physical Review Letters

We have studied He-4 layers adsorbed on a ultra-clean carbon nanotube surface.

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Our main scientific interests

Carbon nanotube Sensors

We use the exceptional sensing capabilities of carbon nanotube mechanical oscillators to probe their environment

Nanomechanics

We are interested in the fundamental aspects of mechanics at the nanoscale, and in particular the nanomechanics of carbon nanotubes

Optomechanics

We explore the coupling between light and mechanical motion

Our team is always looking for new talents to join the adventure

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