- 03/09 - 17/09FOMO 2016 <Matter waves optics>_September 3-17, 2016
FOMO-2016 will be the fourth event in a series of conferences aimed at providing a focus for the atom-optics community.[ read more ]
- 05/12 - 07/12ICOPA 4_December 4-7, 2016
The 4th edition of the international conference on optics, photonics and its applications (ICOPA4) will take place from 5 to 7 December 2016 in ICMCB-CNRS in Pessac (near Bordeaux).[ read more ]
- 22/08 - 26/04JMC 15_August 22-26, 2016
In 2016, the 15th JMC-Condensed Matter Days of the French Physical Society – JMC15 will take place on the campus of Bordeaux University.[ read more ]
Thanks to a Laphia grant, I was able to realize a 4 months internship at Laval University in Québec, Canada. This has been very rewarding from a professional point of view due to the working conditions which are not the same as in France. In fact, the equipment of the Centre d’Optique, Photonique et Laser laboratories are high-performance for their domain of expertize. Also from a personal point of view, I met and worked with people from different countries who I sympathized with. This experience made me want to go back to Quebec and do my master 2.
Master student at Bordeaux University (France)
"In January 2015, I left the cold canadian winter to perform a research internship within the HarMoDyn group, from the CEntre Lasers Intenses et Applications (CELIA) at Université de Bordeaux. I participated to studies of ultrafast molecular dynamics using intense laser sources as work tools. I met passionate and very welcoming researchers with whom I learned in a friendly atmosphere. During my stay, I also discovered Bordeaux, a beautiful city which makes walking and cycling very pleasant, no matter the destination. The music scene is also very active (to my surprise!).
This experience allowed me to get in touch with excellent researchers in the field where I wish to specialize and also to target my career goals, mainly by confirming my choice to do a PhD. It was very rewarding, both professionally and culturally."
Student at INRS (Canada)
A PhD in cotutelle is a unique experience! This allows me to work in two countries with two research groups, each one having different expertise. I have access to lots of scientific domains in chemistry and physics that I wouldn’t be able to explore if I was working in only one laboratory. The COPL at Université Laval in Canada gives me access to the full study of optical fibers from the synthesis to the characterization while the ICMCB and its partners from Université de Bordeaux helps for a better understanding of my material from a structural point of view. Of course both campuses have facilities for work out sessions, activities with the student office, good poutines and cannelés! I absolutely don’t regret being a part of this adventure!