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7th LAPHIA Symposium: November 12-13, 2019

The 7th edition of the LAPHIA Annual Symposium will take place from 12 to 13 November 2019, at the Institut d'Optique d'Aquitaine. Registration is open!

Created Thursday 01 August 2019

SYMPOSIUM LAPHIA 2019

12-13 November 2019

Institut d'Optique d'Aquitaine (amphitheatre)

The LAPHIA Excellence Cluster is pleased to welcome our Quebec colleagues from INRS and the University LAVAL, members of LIA LUMAQ, to a LAPHIA symposium on November 12/13, 2019. The aim of this symposium is to highlight the complementarities in research between the two transatlantic photonic poles. This meeting also aims to present the programs funded by LAPHIA. Thus, the presentations of the LAPHIA's annual projects will be divided into daily thematic sessions:

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

LAPHIA projects - & - Structuring of the Bordeaux site

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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

LAPHIA projects - & - International cooperation (LIA LUMAQ / RISE FUNGLASS / LAPHIA)

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Poster sessions will also be organized for students.

Full AbstractBook to download here below
(Programme, Abstracts, Maps):

Programme Only :

Registrations

Pre-registration is required (days of participation, lunch), please follow the link below:

http://laphiasymposium.u-bordeaux.fr/registration

+ Poster sessions
Poster sessions will also be organized for students. Please submit your poster:

http://laphiasymposium.u-bordeaux.fr/abstracts

Location

The 7th LAPHIA symposium will take place in the amphitheatre of the Institut d'Optique d'Aquitaine, rue François Mitterrand, 33400 Talence. >> To go to the Institut d'Optique d'Aquitaine

Speakers at the conference

LUMAQ 

  • Martin Bernier (U. Laval, Canada) : Recent advances in mid-infrared fiber lasers
  • François Légaré (EMT, INRS, Canada) : Extreme nonlinear optics in solids and applications
  • Patrizio Antici (EMT, INRS, Canada) : Intense Laser for Advanced Material Science

RISE FUNGLASS

  • Luis Carlos, Univ. Aveiro, Portugal : Thermometry at the Nanoscale: Light in Action
  • Marcelo Nalin, UNSEP, Brésil : Exploring new possibilities with magnetic glasses

Projets LAPHIA :

  • Julien BURGIN / projet BOSS : Brownian motion at short time scales
  • Frédéric CASTET / projet SWITCH : Simulation of nonlinear optical responses: from molecules to functionalized surfaces 
  • Philippe LALANNE / projet CATH : Light interaction with nanoresonators: mode volume and quasinormal mode expansion
  • Simon JOLY / projet PROSEED : Portable, RObust and Sensitive SEnsor for Environmental Pollutant Detection
  • Sylvain DANTO / projet Verres et Fibres : Fiber drawing activity in Bordeaux: recent results and perspectives
  • Yannick PETIT / projet WBG-VIS : Femtosecond laser induced Waveguide Bragg Gratings in the VISible range
  • Pierre BON / projet DeepPHASE : Towards Resolution enhancement by photon reassignment in reflectance confocal microscopy

Programmes structurants LAPHIA :

  • Giorgio Santarelli / Programme structurant LHC : Lasers à haute cadence dans l’infrarouge, le visible et l’UV
  • Stefan Dilhaire / Programme structurant Nano Imagerie : Ultra fast nanoscale multiphysics imaging
  • Dominique Verreault / Programme Structurant Photonic Materials : Towards Resolution enhancement by photon reassignment in reflectance confocal microscopy
  • Alexis Casner / Programme Structurant HDE : Techniques expérimentales avancées en support et préparation d'expériences LMJ PETAL

Programme régional

  • Philippe Balcou / LEAP : Physique des lasers pour le programme régional Lasers et Santé


Programme

Full Programme to download here below :

Mardi 12 novembre

08h30

Accueil

09h00

Introduction LAPHIA / LIGHT S&T / Alpha RLH / CEA

09h30

Sylvain DANTO, ICMCB
"Fiber drawing activity in Bordeaux: recent results and perspectives"

10h00

Frédéric CASTET, ISM
"Simulation of nonlinear optical responses: from molecules to functionalized surfaces"

10h30

Pause

10h45

Alexis CASNER, CELIA
"Techniques expérimentales avancées en support et préparation d'expériences LMJ PETAL"

11h15

Yannick PETIT, CELIA ICMCB
"Femtosecond laser induced Waveguide Bragg Gratings in the VISible range"

11h45

Poster session

12h30

Déjeuner

 
 

14h00

Pierre BON, LP2N
"Towards Resolution enhancement by photon reassignment in reflectance confocal microscopy"

14h30

Dominique Verreault, ISM
"Hyper-Rayleigh Scattering as Novel Chiroptical Method in  Study of Nonlinear Optical Activity of Aromatic Oligoamide Foldamers"

15h00

Philippe Balcou, CELIA, LEAP
"Physique des lasers pour le programme régional Lasers et Santé"

15h30

Pause

16h00

Giorgio Santarelli, LP2N
"Lasers à haute cadence dans l’infrarouge, le visible et l’UV"

16h30

Simon JOLY, IMS
"Portable, RObust and Sensitive SEnsor for Environmental Pollutant Detection"

Mercredi 13 novembre

08h30

Accueil

09h00

Introduction LUMAQ / Univ. Bx P. Moretto

09h30

Patrizio Antici, EMT, INRS, Canada
"Intense Laser for Advanced Material Science"

10h00

Philippe LALANNE, LP2N
"Light interaction with nanoresonators: mode volume and quasinormal mode expansion"

10h30

Pause

10h45

Martin BERNIER, U. Laval, Canada
"Recent advances in mid-infrared fiber lasers"

11h15

Julien BURGIN, LOMA
"Brownian Motion at Short time Scales"

11h45

Poster session

12h30

Déjeuner

 
 

14h00

François LEGARE, EMT, INRS, Canada
"Extreme nonlinear optics in solids and applications"

14h30

Luis CARLOS, RISE FUNGLASS, Univ. Aveiro, Portugal
"Thermometry at the Nanoscale: Light in Action"

15h00

Marcelo NALIN, RISE FUNGLASS, UNSEP, Brésil
"Exploring new possibilities with magnetic glasses"

15h30

Pause

16h00

Stefan DILHAIRE, LOMA
"Ultra fast nanoscale multiphysics imaging"



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