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LTM is a joined research unit which was created in 1999 by the CNRS, the Université Grenoble Alpes and the Grenoble-INP, Graduate Schools of Engineering and Management, Université Grenoble Alpes' with the main objective of strengthening partnerships with the CEA-LETI in the field of micro and nanotechnologies applied to microelectronics.

LTM has been diversifying its research areas since 2008 in order to meet new technological challenges in the major application fields: 

Internet of Things, Energy, Environment and Health care. 

These challenges call on varied skills and expertise, whose synergy with microelectronics technologies allows the laboratory to be positioned at the forefront of innovation (link Need, Cell&Soft, Baio-dx).

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Agenda / Conferences and Seminars

Thesis, Internships Defenses and Oral

Andrea Visonà obtained an oral at the international Intermag meeting 2024 in Rio (Brazil)

Congratulation to him! He will talk of cell interactions with low-frequency vibrating magnetic nanoparticles in bio-mimetic mechanical environment.

Left: geometric and magnetic configurations of vortex-microdiscs, with SEM images. 
Right: U87-MG glioblastoma cells incubating the particles. Scale 25μm. LTM, Spintec


Oleh Fesiienko will defend his PhD thesis

Bernard Pelissier will defend his HDR

“Physico-Chemical Surface Analysis By Photoelectron Spectroscopy For The Study And Development Of Micro And Nanoelectronics Processes.”

Joyce Estephan receives the best presentation @ CEA's "thesis days"