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

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