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.
Designing the visual appearance of an object by nanostructuring the material
By combining concepts and tools from two very distinct disciplinary fields, nanophotonics and computer graphics, researchers at LP2N have developed a numerical tool combining electromagnetic...
Manipulating the entanglement of two quantum emitters
Physicists from LP2N have just developed an imaging method allowing the localization of coupled quantum emitters that are identical and a few nanometers apart. They...
Towards linking Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity: an experiment and some first results!
A LP2N team from proposes an experiment and demonstrate first results towards linking Quantum Mechanics to General Relativity!
Gain-driven singular resonances in active core-shell and nano-shell plasmonic particles
Caicedo Karen, Cathey Andres, Infusino Melissa, Aradian Ashod, Veltri Alessandro,
Organ size control via hydraulically gated oscillations
Ruiz-Herrero Teresa, Alessandri Kévin, Gurchenkov Basile, Nassoy Pierre, Mahadevan L.,
A 3D printed microfluidic device for production of functionalized hydrogel microcapsules for culture and differentiation of human Neuronal Stem Cells (hNSC)
Alessandri Kevin, Feyeux Maxime, Gurchenkov Basile, Delgado Christophe, Trushko Anastasiya, Krause Karl-Heinz, Vignjević Daniela, Nassoy Pierre, Roux Aurélien,
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