Luminescence group, Head : Prof. C. DUJARDIN

The investigation of the photonic processes that are responsible for the luminescence of a wide range of materials (crystals, ceramics, amorphous and crystalline fibers, nanostructures) is the core of our research, both from a fundamental scientific point of view as well as with respect to technological and industrial applications. Our research activities thus focus on the mechanisms of light-matter interaction for these materials, whose dimensions span the range from a few nanometers to macroscopic sizes. The control of optical properties and their correlation with physico-chemical attributes involves various activities in optical spectroscopy, the development of optical instrumentation, as well as for the elaboration of materials. The team is organizing events in the fields connected with Luminescence.

Our work is developed through 5 topics as follows:

Nanostructures/Nano-optics
Head : Prof F. KULZER

Permanent members : Dr. J. HOUEL

Image : confocal microscope with AFM capabilities

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Sensors
Head : Dr. G. LEDOUX

Permanent members: Dr. E.HOMEYER, Dr. A.M. JURDYC

Image: 3D confocal thermal image of a cavitating microflow deduced from the luminescence of nanoprobes

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Synthesis and processing

crystal growth: Dr. K LEBBOU ,

colloidal synthesis: Dr. B. MAHLER,

pulsed laser ablation in liquids: Dr. D. AMANS

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Scintillators & phosphors
Head : Pr. C. Dujardin

Permanent members: Dr. A. Belsky; Dr.Y.GUYOT; Dr. M.F. JOUBERT; Dr. K. LEBBOU

Image: Scintillating inorganic fibers and modeling scheme of the scintillating mechanism

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Lasers
Head : Dr. A. BRENIER

Permanent members: Dr. Y. GUYOT, Prof. G. BOULON

Image: Generation of multi wavelength lasers

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Running funded projects

The group is involved in many national and international projects

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internship/PhD/Jobs

many possibilities to come to work with us exist

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