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Our most important action to attract Master students towards research, is our in-lab practical program, which  is now co-funded by the Education and Research Department (UFR) Phitem of UGA.

This program, which funds equipment, was developed with the input of an engineer hired for 1.5 years by LANEF. Technical staff, scientists and academics from the CNRS and the UGA (> 20 contributors) contribute through the development of experimental set-ups and the supervision of students. About 130 Master students per year are given the opportunity to access set-ups for experiments on, for example, Josephson effect, second sound, Kinetic Inductance Detectors, indium superconductivity, helium latent heat, non-linear optics, Hall effect, optical tweezers and DNA nanostructures. New set-ups are being financed and operated through our program.