The Photonics, Numerical and Nanosciences Laboratory (LP2N) is a Joint Research Unit (UMR 5298) between the Institut d'Optique Graduate School, the University of Bordeaux and the CNRS. It was created on January 1st, 2011. It forms one of the components of the Bordeaux site of the Institute of Optics within the Institute of Optics of Aquitaine where training, research and innovation coexist. His research focuses on complex systems integrating optics and computing.
The LP2N is a dynamic structure several times rewarded. She is involved in several major national and international projects.
The 5th episode "Excite the neurons" of our MANIP web series is online!
Discover behind the scenes of the manufacture of an ultra-short pulse laser with MANIP 5 shot at the Charles Fabry Laboratory, alongside Tiphaine Berberian,...
Advances and application in optical metrology
In the last years, optical metrology has been used as an efficient tool to get information from several physicals, chemical, and biological system. An overview...
Controlling disorder in self-assembled colloidal monolayers via evaporative processes
Roach Lucien, Hereu Adrian, Lalanne Philippe, Duguet Etienne, Tréguer-Delapierre Mona, Vynck Kevin, Drisko Glenna,
Influence of Pump Properties on the Tunability of 1.5 μm Low-Noise Single Frequency Fiber Amplifier
Darwich Dia, Bardin Yves-Vincent, Goeppner Mathieu, Dixneuf Clement, Guiraud Germain, Traynor Nicholas, Santarelli Giorgio, Hilico Adele,
Ultralow-intensity noise, 10 W all-fiber single-frequency tunable laser system around 1550 nm
Darwich Dia, Bardin Yves-Vincent, Goeppner Mathieu, Dixneuf Clément, Guiraud Germain, Traynor Nicholas, Santarelli Giorgio, Hilico Adèle,
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