The second edition of the LP2N days took place on May 23rd and 24th. They have gathered all laboratory members with 4 tutorials, 20 didactic presentations and 20 posters, covering most of the activities of the laboratory. The presentations were done by the young researchers of the laboratory, who have been largely complimented for the high quality of their oral and poster presentations.
Thank you to all participants!
Bin Yang, former PhD student of the University of Bordeaux who defended his thesis in 2015, has been awarded for his PhD work on the development of super-resolution optical microscopy. The research group at LP2N is led by Prof. Brahim Lounis.
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Researchers from the University of Southampton (UK), and the Institut d’Optique in Bordeaux (France) have devised a new approach for controlling light in a silicon chip by bringing the concept of spatial light modulation to integrated optics.