A selection of websites related to the workshop

  • Laboratories and institutes

The laboratory Physics of Lasers, Atoms and Molecules (PhLAM) is a mixted research unit (CNRS and University of Lille 1), having research activities in 5 main domains with a commun interest in light-matter interaction. These fields are:

  • Molecular Spectroscopy and its Applications
  • Theoretical Molecular Physico-Chemistry
  • Photonics
  • Nonlinear Dynamics of Optical and Biological Systems
  • Cold Atoms Physics.

Research at PhLAM presents a strong experimental aspect, more and more accompanied by modelisation activities. The first aim of this research is fondamental physics, but with a permanent view to applications.

The Centre d’Etudes, de Recherches Lasers et Applications (CERLA), is an interdisciplinary platform (Physics, Chemistry, Engineering Science) associating 4 laboratories from Lille 1 and ULCO universities. CERLA aims to develop and coordinate reseaches in optics, lasers and spectroscopy in the french region Nord-Pas de Calais. It also federates the studies on using lasers in analysis and diagnostic application. CERLA is a recognized expert centre d’Expertise based on a high-quality technical plate-form (lasers, spectrometrers,  characterization tools,...). The CERLA-Transfert Service is devoted to the development of relationship with industry and tio the help in research promotion.

IRCICA means "Institut de Recherche sur les Composants logiciels et matériels pour l’Information et la Communication Avancée" and has been created  2003 as a project incubator in the fields of telecommunications and computing. Today, IRCICA is a Unit of Service and Research (USR-3380) associating french CNRS and Lille 1 University, housing about 120 researchers, students, engineers and technicians from 4 partners laboratories: IEMN, LIFL, Phlam and L2EP. The projects are developped on the basis of  3 mutualized experimental plateforms:

  1. A complete equipment for fiber fabrication Fibertech
  2. A telecommunication platform
  3. A virtual reality platform
Laboratoire Hubert Curien ’s core competence in photonics systems and diffractive optics science and technologies are based on micro/nano technologies, laser processing,biophotonics and image processing. These have been expanded to include research in computer science, machine learning and applied cryptography & telecom. The Hubert Curien laboratory is a joint research unit within the Jean Monnet University, Saint-Etienne and the National Research Centre "CNRS". It’s therefore the mixed research unit UMR 5516 with a total of 150 staff the most important of all Saint-etienne’s university poles.

  • Projects

ANR JCJC project AMPEROR Various skills have been put together in order to fabricate optical fibers with erbium-doped core/shell Au/Zirconia nanoparticles inside  for optical amplification. Bulk silica matrices doped with the nanoparticles and the corresponding  doped fibers are analyzed for their amplification properties at 1.5 microns (third telecom window).

  • Nanosciences conferences

Conference calendar
Szeged (Hungary) 15th-18th October 2014
Page Header Image Lviv (Ukraine) 21th-27th September 2014
Retour Accueil Nancy (France) 8th-11th September 2014
Colombo (Sri Lanka) 12th-13th August 2014
Logo Calgary (Canada) 11th-13th August 2014
Prague (Czech Republic) 11 th-13th August 2014
Marseille (France) 7 th-11th July 2014