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Dr Brice Le Borgne


Research Fellow
PhD in Microelectronics

Academic and research departments

Advanced Technology Institute.

Biography

My publications

Publications

Journal

[1] B. Le Borgne, O. de Sagazan, S. Crand, E. Jacques, and M. Harnois, “Conformal Electronics Wrapped Around Daily-life Objects Using Original Method: Water Transfer Printing” ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2017) link.

[2] R. Rogel, B. Le Borgne, T. Mohammed-Brahim, E. Jacques and M. Harnois, “Spontaneous Buckling of Multiaxially Flexible and Stretchable Interconnects Using PDMS/Fibrous Composite Substrates” Advanced Materials Interfaces (2017) link.

[3] B. Le Borgne, L. Pichon and A.C. Salaün, “Reduced bulk and surface states densities in metal induced crystallized polycrystalline silicon nanowires” Physica Status Solidi (a) 213 (11), pp. 2890-2894 (2016) link.

[4] L. Donero, N. Bouts, A.A. El Mel, B. Le Borgne, L. Le Brizoual, F. Le Bihan and P.Y. Tessier, “Effect of temperature on the synthesis of nanoporous carbon from copper/carbon thin films to nanoporous carbon for sensing applications” Thin Solid Films (2016) link.

[5] B. Le Borgne, A.C. Salaün and L. Pichon, “Electrical properties of self-aligned gate-all-around polycrystalline silicon nanowires field-effect transistors” Microelectronics Engineering 150, pp. 32-38 (2016) link.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

[1] B. Le Borgne, A.C. Salaün, L. Pichon, A. Jolivet-Gougeon, S. Martin, R. Rogel and O. de Sagazan “Silicon Nanowires Based Resistors for Bacteria Detection” Eurosensors 2017, 2017, Paris. link.

[2] B. Le Borgne, A.C. Salaün, L. Pichon and F. Geneste “Aryl-Diazonium Functionalized Polycrystalline Silicon Nanoribbons Based Device for Lead Detection” Eurosensors 2017, 2017, Paris. link.

Other Communications

[1] Talk : B. Le Borgne, A.C. Salaün, L. Pichon, A. Jolivet-Gougeon, S. Martin, R. Rogel and O. de Sagazan “Silicon Nanowires Based Resistors for Bacteria Detection” Eurosensors 2017, 2017, Paris. link.

[2] Talk : B. Le Borgne, A.C. Salaün, L. Pichon and F. Geneste, “Resistors based on polycrystalline silicon nanoribbons for lead ions detection” EMRS conference, 2016, Lille. link.

[3] B. Le Borgne, A.C. Salaün, and L. Pichon, “Dual gate transistors based on polycrystalline silicon nanowires” EMRS conference, 2016, Lille. link.

[4] L. Donero, N. Bouts, A.A. El Mel, B. Le Borgne, L. Le Brizoual, F. Le Bihan and P.Y. Tessier, “From copper/carbon thin films to nanoporous carbon for sensing applications” EMRS Conference, 2016, Lille. link.

[5] B. Le Borgne, A.C. Salaün and L. Pichon, “Electrical characterization of Si nanostructures/SiO2 interfaces by field-effect conductance method” EMRS Conference, 2015, Warsaw. link.

[6] B. Le Borgne, A.C. Salaün, L. Pichon and F. Geneste, “Fabrication and characterization of functionalized nanostructures for lead detection”, NAMIS Summer School, 2015, Montreal. link.

[7] E. Kovacevic, C. Pattyn, J. Berndt, C. Boulmer-Leborgne, L. Donero, ..., B. Le Borgne and M. Boujtita, “Process development for novel low temperature plasma synthesized nanocarbon–based biosensors.” EMRS 2017, May 2017, Strasbourg, France. link.

Patents

[1] M. Harnois, E. Jacques and B. Le Borgne, "Solvent Transfer Printing" - EP17305086.5 (Patent pending).