Romain Danneau
NOW AT INSTITUT FÜR NANOTECHNOLOGIE,
FORSCHUNGSZENTRUM KARLSRUHE,
GERMANY
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Educational Qualifications and Awards
2006 Inipostdoc fellowship granted by the French Academia of Science (5000€): this grant is given to young French postdocs exiled overseas who wish to pass academic position contests.
2005 Australian Research Council Discovery Project Award Fellowship Project N° DP0666405. Title: Electronic with spin: Investigating spin-dependent electrical properties of semiconductor nano-devices. Author: Romain Danneau. Funding: Au$ 345000 for three years (215000 €).
2004 Research Fellow in the School of Physics, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
2003 Ph.D. in Physics at the Centre de Recherche sur les Très Basses Températures (CNRS), Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble, France.
2001 HERCULES’s Diploma (Higher European Research Course for Users of Large Experimental Systems) at University of Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France.
2000 European Laue Langevin Institute Postgraduate Award Scholarship.
2000 Postgraduate Diploma in Material Science specializing in solid state physics and Award Scholarship (3000€) at University of Orsay, Paris, France.
1999 Master’s degree with Honours majoring in Physics, University of Orsay, Paris, France.
Research History and Experience Background
Current projects
Since Sep 2008: Junior Group Leader at the Institut für Nanotechnologie, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany. Project from the Excellence initiative of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Fusion between Universität Karlsruhe and Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe).
Subject:Electronic properties of graphene
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Past research
High frequency transport and noise in graphene and nanotube devices
2006-08 Postdoc within the NANOSYSTEMS (collaboration between Nokia Research Center and Helsinki University of Technology) and CARDEQ (Carbon Nanotube Devices at the Quantum Limit) European project [1] in the Nano group [2] the Low Temperature Laboratory at Helsinki University of Technology, Finland [3].
My research project involved low temperature measurements of graphene and carbon nanotubes.
This work was focused on proximity induced superconductivity, shot noise, high frequency and cross correlation measurements.
Subject: Graphene and carbon nanotubes
Shot noise in Graphene
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Single wall carbon nanotube Josephson junctions
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Single wall carbon nanotube high frequency devices
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1D Hole systems
2004-06 Research Associate (Australian Research Council) in the QED [4] group at the School of Physics [5], University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia (School of Physics, UNSW).
Subject: Electronic transport properties of low-dimensional hole systems
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Charge density wave dynamics
2000–03 Ph.D. at the Centre de Recherche sur les Très Basses Températures (Now Institut Néel [6], CNRS), University of Joseph Fourier in Grenoble, France
Supervisor: P. Monceau and R. Currat
Referees: T. Giamarchi, T. Klein and S. Ravy
Subject: Dynamics and structure of a charge density wave
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Domain walls
2000 Master thesis project at the Service de Physique de l’Etat Condensé (SPEC/DRECAM/DSM/CEA Saclay) [7]
Supervisors: O. Klein and M. Viret
Referees: A. Fert and B. Roulet
Subject: Contributions to the resistivity of an individual magnetic domain wall
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VCSEL's
1999 Four month project with the Centre d’Etude National des Télécommunications (CNET/FRANCE TELECOM, Bagneux Laboratory, Concepts and Devices for Photonics, now LPN in Marcoussis [8], France).
Supervisor: C. Mériadec and J.L. Oudar
Subject: Development of a Reactive Ion Etching (RIE) process on III-V semiconductor multi-layers and its application to the fabrication of vertical cavity devices (VCSEL's)
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Some early works
1998 Two month project with the AIME COTTON Laboratory [9] (CNRS, Orsay, France).
Advisor: J.P. Galaup.
Subject: Novel materials for optical recording by Hole-Burning spectroscopy
1997 Two month project with the Linear Accelerator Laboratory [10] (LAL/IN2P3/CNRS, Orsay, France).
Advisor: J. Jean-Jean and M. Couchot (EROS project).
Subject: Development of a transmitter and a collector of negative ions for the construction of an ultra-sensitive anemometer
Attendance at National and International Conferences
- 2008 Participation at the Graphene Week 2008 ICTP International Conference, Trieste, Italy (poster).
- 2008 Participation at the 25^{th} Low Temperature Physics International Conference (LT 25), Amsterdam, The Netherlands (oral presentation).
- 2008 Participation at the International Symposium on Quantum Phenomena and Devices at Low Temperatures (ULTI 2008), Espoo, Finland (posters).
- 2007 Participation at the International Workshop on Electrons in Graphene, Orsay, France (oral presentation).
- 2007 Participation at the 17^{th} Electronic Properties of Two-Dimensional Systems International Conference (EP2DS 17), Genova, Italy (posters).
- 2006 Participation at the 28^{th} International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors (ICPS 28), Vienna, Austria (oral presentation).
- 2006 Participation at the Spin and Charge Effect at the Nanoscale International Conference (SCEN06), Pisa, Italy (invited oral presentation).
- 2005 Participation at the 16^{th} Electronic Properties of Two-Dimensional Systems International Conference (EP2DS 16), Albuquerque, USA (poster).
- 2002 Participation at the Electronic Crystal International Conference (ECRYS 2002), St Flour, France, (poster).
- 2001-02 Participation at the annual French research meetings (GDR 2284): Elastic Systems in Disordered potentials (posters).
National and international seminars
- Shot noise in graphene
Feb 2008, MCBT department seminar, invited by J. Delahaye and G. Vermeulen, Institut Néel, Grenoble, France.
- Shot noise in graphene
Jan 2008, seminar, invited by H. von Löhneysen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany.
- Ballistic transport, Zeeman splitting and spin polarization in hole quantum wires
Jul 2007, seminar, invited by R. Allenspach, IBM Zürich Research Laboratory, Rüschlikon, Switzerland.
- Proximity induced superconductivity in single walled carbon nanotubes
Apr 2007, seminar, annual CARDEQ project meeting, Barcelona, Spain.
- Graphene nano-ribbons
Apr 2007, seminar, organized by Nokia inc., Nokia Research Center, Helsinki, Finland.
- Zeeman splitting and spin related phenomena in ballistic hole quantum wires
Nov 2006, IPMC seminar, invited by R.M. Galera, Institut Néel, Grenoble, France.
- Spin related phenomena in ballistic hole quantum wires
Oct 2006, seminar, invited by K. Muraki, NTT Basic Research Laboratory, Atsugi, Japan.
- Zeeman Effect in a one-dimensional system with strong spin-orbit coupling
Jul 2006, seminar, invited by P.J. Hakonen, Low Temperature Laboratory, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland.
- Conductance anomaly and Zeeman splitting in ballistic holes quantum wires
Jun 2006, seminar, invited by M. Pepper, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
- Influence of confinement in low-dimensional systems with strong spin-orbit coupling
May 2006, seminar, invited by V. Pellegrini, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy.
- Influence du confinement sur les systèmes de basses dimensions à fort couplage spin-orbite
May 2006, seminar, invited by B. Jouault, Groupe d’Etude des Semiconducteurs, Montpellier, France.
- Zeeman splitting in ballistic hole quantum wires
Jan 2006, seminar, invited by K. Ensslin, Solid State Physics Laboratory, ETH Zürich, Switzerland.
- Ballistic transport in 1D hole systems
Oct 2005, seminar, invited by U. Zülicke, Institute of Fundamental Science, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
- Charge density wave dynamics in quasi-one dimensional metals and ballistic transport in semiconductor hole systems: Two different ways to study one dimensional physics
May 2005, seminar, invited by P.D. Drummond, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
- Dynamics and structure of a charge density wave
Sept 2003, seminar, invited by P.H. Kes, Kamerlingh Onnes Laboratory, University of Leiden, The Netherlands.
- Charge density wave dynamics
May 2003, seminar, invited by L.M.K. Vandersypen , Quantum Transport Group, Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
List of publications & proceedings
Publications
- F. Wu, R. Danneau, P. Queipo, E. Kauppinen, T. Tsuneta and P.J. Hakonen
Single-walled carbon nanotube weak links: From Fabry-Pérot to Kondo regime
(unpublished) arXiv:0809.3386 [11]
- S.E.S. Andresen, F. Wu, R. Danneau, D. Gunnarsson, and P.J. Hakonen
Highly sensitive and broadband carbon nanotube radio-frequency single-electron transistor
J. Appl. Phys. 104, 0337145 (2008) [12], also on arXiv:0711.4936 [13]
- R. Danneau, F. Wu, M.F. Craciun, S. Russo, M.Y. Tomi, J. Salmilehto, A.F. Morpurgo, and P.J. Hakonen
Shot noise in ballistic graphene
Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 196802 (2008) [14], also on arXiv:0711.4306 [15]
- L.H. Ho, W.R. Clarke, A.P. Micolich, R. Danneau, O. Klochan, M.Y. Simmons, A.R. Hamilton, M. Pepper and D.A. Ritchie
The Effect of screening long range Coulomb interactions on the metallic behavior in two-dimensional hole systems
Phys. Rev. B 77, 201402(R) (2008) [16], also on arXiv:0804.4049 [17]
- R. Danneau, O. Klochan, W.R. Clarke, L.H. Ho, A.P. Micolich, M.Y. Simmons, A.R. Hamilton, M. Pepper and D.A. Ritchie
0.7 structure and zero bias anomaly in ballistic hole quantum wires
Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 016403 (2008) [18], also on cond-mat/0702210 [19]
- O. Klochan, W.R. Clarke, R. Danneau, A.P. Micolich, L.H. Ho, A.R. Hamilton, K. Muraki and Y. Hirayama
Ballistic transport in induced one-dimensional hole systems
Appl. Phys. Lett. 89, 092105 (2006) [20], also on cond-mat/0607509 [21]
- R. Danneau, O. Klochan, W.R. Clarke, L.H. Ho, A.P. Micolich, M.Y. Simmons, A.R. Hamilton, M. Pepper, D.A. Ritchie and U. Zülicke
Zeeman splitting in ballistic hole quantum wires
Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 026403 (2006) [22], also on cond-mat/0607355 [23]
- R. Danneau, W.R. Clarke, O. Klochan, A.P. Micolich, A.R. Hamilton, M.Y. Simmons, M. Pepper and D.A. Ritchie
Conductance quantization and the 0.7 × 2e^{2}/h conductance anomaly in one-dimensional hole systems
Appl. Phys. Lett. 88, 012107 (2006) [24], also on cond-mat/0507592 [25]
- A. Ayari, R. Danneau, H. Requardt, L. Ortega, J.E. Lorenzo, P. Monceau, R. Currat, S. Brazovskii and G. Grübel
Sliding-induced decoupling and charge transfer between the coexisting Q_{1} and Q_{2} charge density waves in NbSe_{3}
Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 106404 (2004) [26]
- R. Danneau, A. Ayari, D. Rideau, H. Requardt, J.E. Lorenzo, L. Ortega, P. Monceau, R. Currat and G. Grübel
Reply to Comment on Motional ordering of a charge density wave in the sliding state
Phys. Rev. Lett. 91, 049704 (2003) [27]
- R. Danneau, A. Ayari, D. Rideau, H. Requardt, J.E. Lorenzo, L. Ortega, P. Monceau, R. Currat and G. Grübel
Motional ordering of a charge density wave in the sliding state
Phys. Rev. Lett. 89, 106404 (2002) [28]
- R. Danneau, P. Warin, J.P. Attané, Y. Petej, C. Beigné, C. Fermon, O. Klein, A. Marty, F. Ott, Y. Samson and M. Viret
Individual domain wall resistance in submicron ferromagnetic structures
Phys. Rev. Lett. 88, 157201 (2002) [29]
- H. Moussa, R. Danneau, C. Mériadec, L. Manin, I. Sagnes and R. Raj
Deep in situ dry-etch monitoring of III-V multilayer structures using laser reflectometry and reflectivity modeling
J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 20(3), 748 (2002) [30]
Proceedings
- F. Wu, R. Danneau, P. Queipo, E. Kauppinen, T. Tsuneta and P.J. Hakonen
Controlling supercurrents using single-walled carbon nanotube weak links
(unpublished)
- R. Danneau, F. Wu, M.F. Craciun, S. Russo, M.Y. Tomi, J. Salmilehto, A.F. Morpurgo, and P.J. Hakonen
Evanescent wave transport and shot noise in graphene: ballistic regime and effect of disorder
(unpublished) arXiv:0807.0157 [31]
- L.H. Ho, W.R. Clarke, R. Danneau, O. Klochan, A.P. Micolich, A.R. Hamilton, M.Y. Simmons, M. Pepper and D.A. Ritchie
Screening long range Coulomb interactions in two-dimensional hole systems using a bilayer heterostructure
Physica E 40, 1700 (2008) [32]
- R. Danneau, O. Klochan, W.R. Clarke, L.H. Ho, A.P. Micolich, M.Y. Simmons, A.R. Hamilton, M. Pepper and D.A. Ritchie
0.7 structure and zero bias anomaly in one-dimensional hole systems
Physica E 40, 1501 (2008) [33]
- R. Danneau, O. Klochan, W.R. Clarke, L.H. Ho, A.P. Micolich, M.Y. Simmons, A.R. Hamilton, M. Pepper, D.A. Ritchie and U. Zülicke
Anisotropic Zeeman splitting in ballistic one-dimensional hole systems
AIP Conference Proceedings 893, 699 (2007) [34], also on cond-mat/0607357 [35]
- O. Klochan, W.R. Clarke, R. Danneau, A.P. Micolich, L.H. Ho, A.R. Hamilton, K. Muraki and Y. Hirayama
Conductance quantization in induced one-dimensional hole systems
AIP Conference Proceedings 893, 681 (2007) [36]
- R. Danneau, W. R. Clarke, O. Klochan, L.H. Ho, A.P. Micolich, A.R. Hamilton, M.Y. Simmons, M. Pepper and D.A. Ritchie
Ballistic transport in one-dimensional bilayer hole systems
Physica E 34, 550 (2006) [37]
- A. Ayari, R. Danneau, H. Requardt, L. Ortega, J.E. Lorenzo, P. Monceau, R. Currat, S. Brazovskii and G. Grübel
Switching effects and sliding-induced charge transfer between the coexisting Q_{1} and Q_{2} charge density waves in NbSe_{3}
J. Phys. IV 131, 125 (2005) [38]
- R. Danneau, A. Ayari, D. Rideau, H. Requardt, J.E. Lorenzo, L. Ortega, P. Monceau, R. Currat, and G. Grübel
Increase of the charge density wave phase coherence in the sliding and the mode-locked state
J. Phys. IV 12, Pr9-177 (2002) [39]
- H. Requardt, D. Rideau, R. Danneau, A. Ayari, F. Ya Nad, J.E. Lorenzo, P. Monceau, R. Currat, C. Detlefs, D. Smilgies and G. Grübel
X-ray diffraction study of the transient structure of sliding charge density waves in NbSe_{3}
J. Phys. IV 12, Pr9-181 (2002) [40]
- H. Requardt, J.E. Lorenzo, R. Danneau, R. Currat and P. Monceau
Studies of the dynamics in charge density wave systems using inelastic X-ray scattering with meV-energy-resolution
J. Phys. IV 12, Pr9-39 (2002) [41]
Invited review articles
- A. R. Hamilton, R. Danneau, O. Klochan, W.R. Clarke, A.P. Micolich, L.H. Ho, M.Y. Simmons, D.A. Ritchie, M. Pepper, K. Muraki and Y. Hirayama
The 0.7 anomaly in one-dimensional hole quantum wires
J. Phys. Condens. Matter. 20, 164205 (2008) [42]
- A. R. Hamilton, O. Klochan, R. Danneau, W.R. Clarke, L.H. Ho, A.P. Micolich, M.Y. Simmons, M. Pepper, D.A. Ritchie, K. Muraki and Y. Hirayama
Quantum transport in one-dimensional GaAs hole systems
Int. J. Nanotechnology 5, 318 (2008) [43]