- 4th edition - LAPHIA symposium - Sept. 22 & 23, 2016 September 22, 2016 and September 23, 2016
The 4th edition of the LAPHIA annual symposium will run from 22 September to 23 September 2016 at ICMCB laboratory in Pessac - France.[ read more ]
- Les avancées du programme PHYT: PHYSIQUE & TAPHONOMIE DES GROTTES ORNÉES
La grotte de Leye, en Dordogne, a une nouvelle fois accueilli les chercheurs du programme PHYT, qui s'intéressent aux revêtements calcitiques de ses parois. Le projet est né d’une réflexion commune entre géoarchéologues, spécialistes de l’art pariétal et physiciens.[ read more ]
- Workshop _Collaborative project EXOLAS_July 1st, 2016 July 01, 2016 de 08h25 at 12h45
In the framework of the collaborative project EXOLAS* (LAPHIA - IdEX Bordeaux), a 1st workshop on is organized on July 1st, 2016.[ read more ]
- Photonics & Aeronautics: a wedding with a promising future - Innovation Review - April 2016
Take a look at the article "Photonics & Aeronautics: a wedding with a promising future" written by the Cluster of Excellence LAPHIA from Bordeaux University and published in Innovation Review n° 93.[ read more ]
- Congrès national OPTIQUE Bordeaux 2016_4-7 Juillet 2016 July 04, 2016 and July 07, 2016
La Société Française d’Optique et les acteurs de la photonique bordelaise sont heureux d'annoncer le prochain congrès national OPTIQUE Bordeaux 2016, qui se tiendra du 4 au 7 juillet 2016 à l'ENSEIRB MATMECA, Talence.[ read more ]
- CHINESE GOVERNMENT AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING PhD STUDENTS ABROAD - Bin YANG
Mr. Bin Yang, ancien doctorant de l’Université de Bordeaux ayant soutenu sa thèse en 2015, a été récompensé pour ses travaux de thèse sur le développement des microscopies optiques super-résolues. Le groupe de recherche au LP2N est dirigé par Prof. Brahim Lounis.[ read more ]
- Education call
- November 28, 2014 - December 31, 2016
The University of Bordeaux and schools are a breeding ground for future research. The Cluster LAPHIA (IdEx Bordeaux) goes hand in hand with the actors of training in physics and chemistry at the University of Bordeaux, in order to extend the innovation effort of the laser and photonics sector. To open up training to an international audience, LAPHIA offers several opportunities to partner universities.[ read more ]
- PHAROS Event 2016 > Oct.24-26, 2016
- October 24, 2016 - October 26, 2016
PHAROS EVENT 2016, will be held in Bordeaux (France) on October 24th-26th 2016. > Create a forum to discuss new ideas and emerging technologies in optoelectronics and photonics from Research levels to Commercial applications.[ read more ]
Laser & PHotonics in Aquitaine
Photonics, defined broadly as "the science of the photon", is present in multiple disciplines with a rapidly growing importance in society. It uses photons to understand, probe and modify matter, while designed materials allow the control of light propagation and generation. This discipline is identified in the European R&D roadmaps as one of the most prominent cutting-edge fields in science and technology for the 21st century.
Financed by the Excellence Initiative of the University of Bordeaux, LAPHIA aims to create a consortium around sciences of light – optics, photonics, lasers. The Bordeaux pole in optics is already recognized as leading in several fields: high energy lasers, hot plasmas, laser-matter interaction physics, material science. The Aquitaine Region has brought together buisnesses and research scientists to creat France's biggest regional laser-optics industry.
In this favorable context, LAPHIA aims to federate the whole relevant academic community around coherent and innovative projects in lasers and photonics, while strengthening the links with the CEA. The unique Centre of excellence structure will promote Bordeaux among the most visible centres in Lasers and Photonics at European and international levels, attracting students, researchers and private companies.
Innovate in Laser Science
Making one of the most state-of-the art laser science clusters of the world
The researchers focus their energy on three main research activities with a lot of inter-thematic collaborations covering the sciences of light/matter interactions, imaging and laser technologies, heading to important breakthroughs in eight application domains, from health to energy production.