Clemens Winkelmann


My research activity is part of the Quantum Nanoelectronics and Spectroscopy group at the Néel Institute, where I work in close collaboration with H. Courtois and B. Sacépé. Our team focusses on the experimental study of quantum effects in nanoelectronic systems at very low temperatures, which we study both by Scanning Probe and Transport techniques.

I teach Physics at the Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble INP), in the School of Physics, Electronics and Materials (Phelma). Most of my teaching is within the Physical Engineering (IPhy) branch. I organize the yearly Grenoble international smart engineering summer school (Ginsen) held in June at Minatec.