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Optical Functions for Information Technology (FOTON) Open Access Repository

HAL-FOTON is an open access repository providing access to the research output of the FOTON Research Center

Director: Pascal Besnard

Research Areas:

  • Axis I: Devices and functionalities for optical communications
  • Axis II: Microwave, millimeter and Tera-Hertz optics
  • Axis III: Innovative materials for photonics
  • Axis IV: Instrumentation, optical sensors and imaging
  • Axis V: Advanced concepts for photovoltaics
  • Axis VI: Lasers physics and metrology

Research Teams:

UMR FOTON, ENSSAT, 6 rue de Kerampont, CS 80518, F-22305 Lannion Cedex, France

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Micro-résonateur Semiconductor laser Integrated optics Galaxy Four-wave mixing Waveguides Semiconductors Hybrid perovskite Photovoltaic Optical communications Holographic recording Photonics on silicon Chalcogenide glass GaP Vertical cavity surface emitting lasers Gamma ray burst Erbium Bruit d'intensité Bistability Optoelectronics Halide perovskites Microresonators Microcavity Lasers Gravitation and Astrophysics Silicon photonics Injection optique Black hole mass Detector network Verres de chalcogénures General relativity Solar cells Moyen infrarouge Quantum wells Photonic integrated circuits Exciton Microcavities Hybrid perovskites Noise Mid-infrared Electromagnetic Data analysis method VCSEL Refractive index LIGO Photoluminescence Gravitational radiation emission Optique non-linéaire Liquid crystals InP Confinement DFT Porous silicon Coupled resonators Bragg mirror VIRGO Micro-resonator Electromagnetic field production Microsphere Optical feedback All-optical regeneration Modulation Fibre optique Laser à fibre Thin films Microwave photonics Polymère Modes de galerie Density functional theory Gravitational radiation detector Optical injection Silicium poreux Verre de chalcogénure Binary compact Optical communication Optical properties Gravitational radiation Polymères Quantum dots Optique intégrée Luminescence Alternative theories of gravity Nanostructures Polymers Fiber laser Adaptive step-size control Laser Stars neutron Photovoltaics Gravitational radiation direct detection Binary coalescence Semiconductor lasers Nonlinear optics III-V semiconductors Detector sensitivity Optical losses Neutron star binary Gravitational waves Black hole binary Silicon

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