Charles Fabry Laboratory
The Charles Fabry laboratory is a joint research unit between Institut d'Optique Graduate School, the CNRS and the University Paris-Saclay. Organized into nine 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.
Alice FONTBONNE se voit décerner un accessit de la Graduate School SIS
Alice FONTBONNE, a PhD student in the Imaging and Information group of the Laboratoire Charles Fabry, has been awarded an accessit from the Graduate...
EDOM Thesis Prizes 2021-2022 awarded to 3 LCF PhD students
Lucas LAVOINE, Pascal SCHOLL and Antoine TENART receive the EDOM 2021-2022 thesis award.
Igor Ferrier-Barbut, winner of the 2022 Jacques Herbrand Prize
The Jacques Herbrand Grand Prize (physics) 2022 is awarded to Igor Ferrier-Barbut, CNRS researcher in the Quantum Optics group of the Charles Fabry Laboratory...
Modeling the specular spectral reflectance of partially ordered alumina nanopores on an aluminum substrate
Kuang Dengfeng, Renée Charrière, Matsapey Natalia, Flury Manuel, Faucheu Jenny, Chavel Pierre,
Interface dipole and band bending in the hybrid p − n heterojunction Mo S 2 / GaN ( 0001 )
Henck Hugo, Ben Aziza Zeineb, Zill Olivia, Pierucci Debora, Naylor Carl, Silly Mathieu, Gogneau Noelle, Oehler Fabrice, Collin Stephane, Brault Julien, Sirotti Fausto, Bertran François, Le Fèvre Patrick, Berciaud Stéphane, Johnson A., Lhuillier Emmanuel, Rault Julien, Ouerghi Abdelkarim,