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Welcome to the collection of the Nanomaterials, Ions and Metamaterials team for PHOTONICS (NIMPH) of the CIMAP laboratory

The NIMPH team is involved in the study of nanomaterials, ions and metamaterials with the objective of developing thin-film structures with innovative features in the fields of microelectronics, photonics and energy

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