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Le laboratoire LP3 propose plusieurs sujets de doctorat qui s’intègrent dans les thématiques de recherche.

Si vous souhaitez effectuer une thèse sur un sujet de recherche du LP3 qui n’apparait pas dans les propositions ci-dessous, prenez contact avec les chercheurs identifiés comme responsables ou contact pour cette thématique.

URGENT ! Thèse/PhD COFUND : Laser-induced forward transfer for modelling skeletal muscle physiopathology

The goal of the present project is to combine cellular biology and laser-assisted printing to investigate different arrangements of living cells in predefined patterns in order to enhance cell adhesion, spreading, proliferation, migration, differentiation. Recent works show that such laser induced additive processes are compatible with the printing of biological materials.

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Thèse/PhD | ERC project : Extreme Light Seeded Control of Ultrafast Laser Material Modifications

High-peak power compact femtosecond lasers allow strong-field interactions that are the basis for high-precision laser micro-fabrication. They also create extreme conditions within the matter, leading to the generation of rainbow light used to produce even shorter pulses and new frequencies that can extend from the X-ray to the TeraHertz domain. However, due to the low conversion efficiencies, these attractive light pulses remain unexploited in the context of laser nano-/micro-fabrication.

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Thèse/PhD | Study of ultra-fast laser matter - interaction by time resolved X ray diffraction

The aim is to optimize a hard X-ray source produced by the interaction of an ultra-intense laser (10 TW - 25 fs) operating at a high repetition rate (100 Hz) with a solid target for X-ray diffraction and imaging applications. In particular, the PhD student will study laser matter-interaction regimes that have so far not been explored to produce X-ray Kα (I> 1018W/cm2) and will carry out pump (optical) and probe (X) experiments to characterize the X ray pulse duration (<1ps) and to study ultra-fast laser mater interaction.

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