Charles Fabry Laboratory
The Charles Fabry laboratory is a joint research unit between Institut d'Optique Graduate School and the CNRS in partnership with Paris-Sud University and Paris-Saclay University. Organized into eight research groups with well-defined themes, it is the historical pillar of research within the Institut d'Optique Graduate School. The laboratory research covers a broad spectrum of topics in optics and photonics and their applications.
EDOM 2020 thesis prizes awarded to 2 LCF PhD students
Jennifer REBELLATO and Philipp ALBRODT receive the 2020 EDOM thesis award.
2020 "ERC Advanced Grant" awarded to Antoine Browaeys
Antoine Browaeys, an experienced experimental physicist and CNRS silver medalist in 2021, has been awarded a prestigious European "ERC Advanced Grant" which will finance...
Launch of Europe’s largest astronomy network
Two astronomy networks are coming together to form Europe’s largest ground-based astronomy collaborative network: the ORP.
Thermal counting statistics in an atomic two-mode squeezed vacuum state
Perrier Maxime, Amodjee Ziyad, Dussarrat Pierre, Dareau Alexandre, Aspect Alain, Cheneau Marc, Boiron Denis, Westbrook Christoph I,
Nanostructured diode for infrared photodetection through nondegenerate two-photon absorption
Fix Baptiste, Jaeck Julien, Vest Benjamin, Verdun Michael, Beaudoin Grégoire, Sagnes Isabelle, Pelouard Jean-Luc, Haïdar Riad,
Reduction of material mass of optical component in cryogenic camera by using high-order Fresnel lens on a thin germanium substrate
Grulois Tatiana, Druart Guillaume, Sauer Hervé, Chambon Mathieu, Guérineau Nicolas, Magli Serge, Lasfargues Gillles, Chavel Pierre,