LANEF - Laboratory of nanoscience alliances - Future energies

Quantum engineering - Future energies - Sensors for the health sector
Basic research in the field of nanoscience applied to information and communication technologies, future energies and innovation for health.
  • Tomorrow’s information and communication technologies will use quantum effects to secure or encrypt transmissions.
    Market estimated at €1.15 billion by 2020.
  • New architectures for quantum computers and simulators, enabling faster resolution of complex problems.
    Market estimated at €850 million by 2020.
  • Diamond-based electric power converters will be 30% more effective, 20% smaller and 15% lighter than the current solutions.
  • Energy storage or conversion involves new materials, like magnesium hydrides, which have demonstrated their advantages for the solid storage of hydrogen.


  • Understand the physical mechanisms in nanoscale structures and invent new functions.
  • Develop materials and components for energy efficiency, storage and management.
  • Develop innovative instrumentation for different spheres, including sensors for the health sector.
Updated on  February 19, 2020