Jean-Philippe Ansermet

EPFL SB IPHYS LPMN
PH H1 497 (Bâtiment PH)
Station 3
CH-1015 Lausanne

Web site: Web site: https://lpmn.epfl.ch

EPFL SB SB-SPH SPH-ENS
PH H1 497 (Bâtiment PH)
Station 3
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Administrative data

Fields of expertise

spintronics and nanomagnetism 
solid state NMR 
 
ancient site 
http://ipn.epfl.ch/page38304.html 
 


Professional course

L'enfant, l'adolescent et les sciences

cours donnés à la HEP

TeraHertz for Industry

Workshop for professionals presenting frontline research

https://wiki.epfl.ch/thz

not every year


Awards

Fellow American Physical Society

Publications

Other publications

Research

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Physics

L'enfant, l'adolescent et les sciences

Haute Ecole de Pédagogie : L'enfant, l'adolescent et les sciences (no longer accessible on the web) 

TeraHertz: New opportunities for industry

The expression TeraHertz Gap refers to the fact that technologies are quite advanced at frequencies below 100 GHz or above 10 THz, but not in between. The development of new sources and the pressure for new solutions in various industrial branches have precipitated the development of electronics components and systems for this frequency range.
See https://wiki.epfl.ch/thz

Courses

General physics : mechanics

Give the student the basic notions that will allow him or her to have a better understanding of physical phenomena, such as the mechanic of point masses. Acquire the capacity to analyse quantitatively the consequences of these effects with appropriate theoretical tools.

Advanced physics II (thermodynamics)

This course presents thermodynamics as a means of describing a large number of important phenomena in physics, chemistry, and engineering, including transport effects. An introduction to statistical physics reinforces the notions acquired thanks to microscopic modeling.

Spin Dynamics

The purpose of this course is to acquire knowledge about the conceptual building blocks of spintronics : fundamental notions of magnetism, spin relaxation, diffusive transport, coherence transfer and spin cooling.