Tuning the van der Waals gap of layered materials with high pressures

We propose to use a diamond anvil cell to apply high pressure on a layered material or heterostructure to finely tune the interlayer distance and all the electronic/magnetic properties that are directly related to this par a mater. Pre s sure induced changes will be probed at cryogenic temperature with opti cal techniques (photoluminescence, Raman scattering, reflectivity) Detailed
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High temperature superconductors probed by NMR

Stage M1 -M2. In this Master project, we propose to perform nuclear magnetic resonance measurements in a high Tc cuprate superconductor in order to understand the competition between superconductivity and magnetic or charge ordering. The internship will take place in a team of several researchers and will offer a wide range of opportunities: handling of cryogenic fluids and magnetic fields, NMR measurements, data analysis.