1- R. Sivakumarasamy, R. Hartkamp, B. Siboulet, J.-F. Dufreche, K. Nishiguchi, A. Fujiwara and N. Clément, Selective layer-free Blood Ionogram based on Ion-Specific Interactions with a Nanotransistor Nature Materials 17, 464 (2018)
2- J. Trasobares, J. Rech, T. Jonckheere, T. Martin, O. Aleveque, E. Levillain, V.
Diez-Cabanes, Y. Olivier, J. Cornil, J.P. Nys, R. Sivakumarasamy, K. Smaali, P. Leclere, A. Fujiwara, D. Théron, D. Vuillaume & N. Clément, Estimation of pi-pi electronics couplings from current measurements, Nanoletters, 17, 3215 (2017)
3- J. Trasobares, D. Vuillaume, D. Theron, and N. Clement, A 17 GHz Molecular Rectifier, Nature Communications, 7, 12850 (2016)
4- N. Clement and A.Fujiwara, Molecular Diode: Breaking the Landauer limit, Nature Nanotechnology (News & Views), 12, 725 (2017)
5- S. Punniyakoti, R. Sivakumarasamy, F. Vaurette, P. Joseph, K. Nishiguchi, A. Fujiwara and N. Clément, Hydrogen Silsesquioxane-based Nanofluidics, Advanced Materials and Interfaces 4, 1601155 (2017)
6- K. Chennit, J. Trasobares, A. Anne, E. Cambril, A. Chauvin, N. Clement and C. Demaille Electrochemical imaging of dense molecular Nanoarrays, Analitical Chemistry 89, 11061 (2017)
7- N. Clement, K. Nishiguchi, J.-F. Dufrêche, D. Guérin, A. Fujiwara and D. Vuillaume, Water Electrolysis and Energy Harvesting with Zero-Dimensional Ion-Sensitive Field-Effect Transistors Nanoletters 13, 3903 (2013)
8- N. Clement, G. Patriarche, K. Smaali, F. Vaurette, K. Nishiguchi, D. Troadec, A. Fujiwara and D. Vuillaume, Large-array of sub-10 nm single-grain Au nanodots for use in
Nanotechnology, Small 7, 2607 (2011), Cover article
9- N. Clement, K. Nishiguchi, J.-F. Dufreche, D. Guerin, A. Fujiwara and D. Vuillaume, A silicon nanowire ion-sensitive field-effect transistor with elementary charge sensitivity, Applied Physics Letters 98, 014104 (2011)
10- N. Clement, K. Nishiguchi, A. Fujiwara and D. Vuillaume, One-by-one trap activation in silicon nanowire transistors, Nature Communications 1:92 (2010)
Who we are
Our work focuses on the development of a new class of versatile, mass-fabrication-compatible and energy-efficient devices and sensors by indirectly assessing to complex molecular interactions from current measurements. To reach this goal, we use concepts inspired by the mesoscopic physics community and apply them to electrochemical or (bio-) molecular systems. Sensors are in the 10 nm range, an ideal length scale for statistical analysis and single entity measurement. This research is made in close interaction with groups whose expertise ranges from theoretical physics and (bio)electrochemistry, to state of the art silicon devices. Importantly, efforts are also devoted to implement these sensors on chip toward application oriented sensors (blood, deep sea, high-frequency signal). I am currently located at The University of Tokyo, in LIMMS (CNRS) international lab.
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VISIT & CONTACT
The Institute of Industrial Science (IIS) is located in Tokyo near Yoyogi-Uehara station, one station from Shinjuku.
Contact: Nicolas Clement
LIMMS/CNRS-IIS (UMI 2820)
Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo
4-6-1 Komaba Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-8505, Japan
Tel: +81 80 76 94 11 09
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