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The research laboratory "Group of Physics of Materials (GPM)" is a Joint Research Unit (UMR 6634) associated to University of Rouen Normandie, INSA of Rouen Normandie (both members of the federation of Normandy University) and affiliated to the French National Research Center (CNRS) as a member of the Institute of Physics (INP) and also of the Institute of Engineering and Systems Sciences (INSIS).

The laboratory has developed a strong expertise in scientific instrumentation and in material characterization down to the atomic scale, with a special emphasis on the connection between nanoscaled structures and properties.

The laboratory is organized in five Scientific Departments with an expertise internationally recognized in the following areas:

 

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Atom-probe tomography 3D polycrystal Martensite Glass transition Atom probe Atom probe tomography Laser atom probe tomography D Mechanical testing Mechanical testing Thermodynamics Perpendicular magnetic anisotropy Anisotropie d'échange Thermal ageing Steels Thermoset Clustering Hardening Coarsening Transmission electron microscopy Précipitation Copper Thermoplastic GaN Analytical microscopy Spinodal decomposition Field evaporation 3D atom-probe Décomposition spinodale Transformation de phase Photoluminescence Magnetic multilayers Carbides Microelectronics Simulation Atom Probe Tomography Fiabilité Physical Sciences Thin films Composition Nanostructures Aluminum alloys Monte Carlo simulations Conf Modélisation Poster Exchange bias Thermoplastique Monte Carlo simulation Physical ageing A Thermoplastic resin Semiconductors Fe-Cr Atomic scale imaging Aluminium alloys Vieillissement physique Aging Coalescence Grain boundary Grain boundaries Austenite Fatigue Boron Steel Couches minces Microstructure Sonde atomique TEM Precipitation Sonde atomique tomographique Alloy Intermetallics Phase transition Ageing Diffusion Multilayers Cyclic loading Fast scanning calorimetry Atom probe field ion microscopy B High-temperature properties Interface Phase transformation Phase separation Nanocomposite Structural relaxation Three-dimensional atom probe Reliability Modeling Mechanical properties Partitioning Atom probe tomography APT Irradiation Segregation High temperature Phase transformations Quenching and partitioning Severe plastic deformation Numerical simulation Spark plasma sintering Nanostructure Simulation Monte Carlo

 

 

 

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Lab HAL referee

M. Etienne TALBOT

Phone: 02.32.95.51.32

etienne.talbot@univ.rouen.fr