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

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