Institute of Condensed Matter Chemistry of Bordeaux
The “Institut de Chimie de la Matière Condensée de Bordeaux” (UMR5026) is a Joint Research Unit of the CNRS, of the University of Bordeaux and Bordeaux INP.
The ICMCB has strong expertise in solid state chemistry, materials science and chemical processing. It uses this know-how for the development of new materials and new concepts for materials synthesis, shaping and recycling, covering the application fields energy, environment, health, electronics and photonics. Recently, the ICMCB has also become active in machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Supercomputers, crucibles of the alloys of the future
An international team of chemists (including Stéphane Gorsse from ICMCB) and physicists demonstrate the power of materials computing through the discovery and synthesis of new metal alloys in proportions conferring promising mechanical properties, at low and high temperatures. CNRS communication Read the article :A map of single-phase high-entropy alloysWei Chen,…