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Philippe Bouyer


Philippe Bouyer

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Family name, First name: BOUYER PHILIPPE

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OrcidID: 0000-0003-4458-0089

ResearcherID: A-9823-2009

Nationality: FRANCE

Date of birth: March 7th, 1969

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2005                  Habilitation, Institut d’Optique Graduate School/Laboratoire Charles Fabry, France

                        Title: “Atom Interferometry: from classicle sources to atom lasers”

1994                  PhD, Ecole Normale Supérieure/laboratoire Kastler Brossel, Université Paris Sud, France

                        Thesis title: “Two new optical radiation traps for atoms”

1991                  Master in Optical Engineering, Ecole supérieure d’Optique “SupOptique”, Institut d’Optique Graduate School (IOGS), France


2019 – Present  Editor in Chief, AVS Quantum Science, AIP Publishing

2017 – Present  Deputy Manager, Institut d’Optique Graduate School, in charge of the Aquitaine branch, France

2011 – Present  Director, Laboratory for photonics, digital and nano sciences, CNRS/IOGS/Univ. Bordeaux, Talence, France

2009 – Present  CNRS Senior researcher (Directeur de Recherche), CNRS/IOGS/Univ. Bordeaux, Talence, France


2011 – Present  Co-founder and Consulting Chief Scientist, MuQuans, precision quantum sensors company, France


2009 – 2011      Visiting Professor,Physics Dpt, Stanford University, USA

1995 – 2009      CNRS Junior Scientist (Chargé de Recherche), Laboratoire Charles Fabry, Institut d’Optique Graduate School, France


2016                  Elected Senior member of the Optical Society of America

2014                  Elected Fellow of the American Physical Society

2012                  “Fondation Louis D” award, the highest-endowed award presented in France (450 k€/pers.), Institut de France (all five French Academies)

2011  – 2014     Region Aquitaine Excellence Grant : 350 k€

2009                  Prize from foundation Jean Jerphagnon, for innovation in photonics : 30 000 €

2009 – 2010      Fulbright Fellow

2009                  Prix de la recherche, iXCore foundation

2004                  Fabry-de Gramont award from the French Optical Society

2000                  J. Herbrand award from the French Academy of Science


2007 – 2020      10 Post-docs/18 Ph.D. Students/30 Master Students

1999 – 2007      5 Post-docs/12 Ph.D. Students (co-supervisor with senior researcher)


2017 – Present  Part-time Professor (25 hr/yr) – Fourier Optics (Master degree), IOGS/Univ. Bordeaux

2011 – 2014      Part-time Professor (15 hr/yr) – Light-matter interaction (Master degree), IOGS/Univ. Paris Sud

2009 – 2011      Visiting Professor (20 hr/yr) – Atomic Physics (Master degree), Stanford University, USA

2006 – 2009      Part-time Professor (25 hr/yr) – Quantum Mechanics (Bachelor degree), IOGS/Univ. Paris Sud


2017                  Organiser, ICOLS International Conference on Laser Spectroscopy (300 participants), Arcachon, France 2017           

2016                  Organiser, FOMO International summer school and conference (120 participants), Arcachon, France

2016                  Organiser, Gravity in the lab workshop (50 participants), Benasque, Spain

2014 – Present  Member, FOMO International summer school and conference Steering Commitee (2014 in Crete)

2010 – Present  Member, Bose-Einstein Condensation Scientific Commitee (every two years in spain) 

2010                  Organiser, Atom Laser international conference (60 participants), Les Houches, France


2017 – Present  Deputy Manager, Institut d’Optique Graduate School, Institut d’Optique d’Aquitaine

2015 – 2016      Member, Selection Commitee of Insitut Universitaire de France, French Ministry of Education

2011 – Present  Director, LP2N, Institut d’Optique d’Aquitaine

                          I initiated a new laboratory (LP2N, Laboratory for photonics, digital and nano sciences, 25 permanent staff and 45 non-permanent staff), and was supervising the installation of a new branch of the Institut d’Optique Graduate School in Bordeaux (100 students, 100 permanent and non-permanent staff).

2011 – Present  Member of the directorate of Institut d’Optique Graduate School

2008 – 2012      Member of the “Comité National de la Recherche Scientifique”, atomic physics section


2016 – 2019      Editorial Board Member, EPJ – Quantum Technology, Springer

2017 – Present  Elected Member, EURAMET Research Council

2016 – 2019      Editorial Board Member, Quantum Science and Technology journal, IOP

2015 – 2016      Review Panel Member, FET-OPEN project, European Commission

2014 – 2016      Member of Gravitation Observatory Advisory Board, European Space Agency

2004 – 2020      Member of Fundamental Physics Advisory Board, CNES, France

2007 – 2011      Member of the Fundamental Physics Advisory Group, ESA


1996 –               American Physical Society (elected Fellow in 2014)

2002 –               Optical Society of America (Lifetime member, elected senior member in 2016)

2000 –               French Optical Society, French Physics Society (Member)

  1. International Laboratory Bordeaux-Stanford Atom Interferometry Laboratory, Physics Dpt. Stanford Univ., USA and LP2N, CNRS/IOGS/Univ. Bordeaux France, P. Bouyer, M. Kasevich – Atom Interferometry based inertial sensors
  2. MIGA consortium, 18 French institution including CNRS, Major French Universities, IOGS, Paris and Nice Observatories., P. Bouyer, A. Landragin, S. Gaffet, E. Cormier, W. Chaibi – Atom Interferometry based gravity wave detector
  3. Space Atom Interferometry, European collaboration including CNRS, Paris Observatory, IOGS, Univ. Hannover, Univ. Florence, Univ. Birmingham., P. Bouyer, E. Rasel, A. Landragin, P. Wolf, K. Bongs, G. Tino – Atom Interferometry based tests of the equivalence principle in space
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