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Laser Physics Laboratory is affiliated both to CNRS and to University Paris 13. We study the interactions between light and matter.

Our experiments range from the most fundamental aspects of basic science to applied research: quantum physics, atomic and molecular physics, optical devices, biomedical imaging...

The lab is structured into eight experimental research teams, four shops and an administrative department. It is composed of about seventy-five people (10 CNRS full-time researchers, 30 university teaching staff members, a technical staff of 15 people, about 20 PhD students and post-docs), plus several short-term trainees and foreign visitors.

Olivier Gorceix,
Director of laboratory

APR
14
2015
Thesis by Papa Lat Tabara Sow 04/23/2015

Papa Lat Tabara Sow present his thesis on 04/23/2015 at 2 PM. See here for more ...



Development of spectrometer based on a quantum cascade laser for applications in high resolution


APR
13
2015
First demonstration of a chromium Fermi sea

First demonstration of a chromium Fermi seaThe Dipolar Quantum Gases team of LPL has obtained a large-spin dipolar quantum gas of the fermionic isotope of chromium, a world premiere. This work, published in Physical Review A - Rapid Communications (Chromium dipolar Fermi sea, B. Naylor, A. Reigue, E. Maréchal, O. Gorceix, B. Laburthe-Tolra, et L. Vernac), is the subject of a news of the Institut de Physique of CNRS.



In-situ absorption image



Evolution during forced evaporation of the temperature of the 52Cr bosonic isotope (TB) and of the number of both isotopes (NB et NF) in a crossed IR optical trap. Insert: in-situ absorption image of a 1000 53Cr atoms Fermi sea at 200 nK.


FEB
16
2015
The International Year of Light 2015

SIMFP 2015Fontaine lasersThis year is The International Year of Light 2015 (celebrated under the auspices of UNESCO).



In this context, the association “Atouts sciences” is invited to present to a broad audience at Gizan (Saudi Arabia) an educational experiment dedicated to popularization of science developed in LPL: “The Laser Fountain”. The experiment is presented at The Fourth Saudi International Meeting on Frontiers of Physics 2015 (SIMFP2015), organized by the Department of Physics at Jazan University, Saudi Arabia, during 17-19 February 2015.


JAN
31
2015
LPL on TV

Changer de couleur en une seconde !At LPL, throughout the year we conduct many events dedicated to the popularization of science, in particular in the frame of the association Atouts Sciences. An experiment  (using an optical bench of the Giant Laser Fountain) has been developed at LPL for the TV show "On n’est pas que des Cobayes" broadcast during prime-time on France 5, Friday January the 30th.

Changer de couleur en une seconde !

TV show video: here.

Find out about our other experiments (lasers, color mixing,…) at the Atouts Sciences website.



Changer de couleur en une seconde !



 


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The awards and honors members of the laboratory
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