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Scientific activities

The research of LP3 laboratory is focused on laser matter interaction in short and ultrashort temporal regimes. Studies address fundamental mechanisms induced when a pulsed laser beam interacts with matter, in order to manage the physical phenomena that control the effects of the interaction and then to develop innovative photonic processes. The latter target new diagnostics and means of analysis (LIBS, SERS, sub-picosecond X-ray imaging, time-resolved X-ray diffraction), the generation of new material (high purity nanoparticles) or materials with new properties (surface structuring) and at last the development of new manufacturing processes (subtractive and additive micro/nano technologies).

These activities are organized in five transverse research axes :

There is a strong interaction between these five axes that allows us to address projects from the source to the process.

Organizational Chart - 462.3 ko