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.
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.
Antoine Browaeys awarded the CNRS Médaille d’Argent 2021
Antoine Browaeys receives the CNRS Silver Medal 2021.
The 5th episode "Excite the neurons" of our MANIP web series is online!
Discover behind the scenes of the manufacture of an ultra-short pulse laser with MANIP 5 shot at the Charles Fabry Laboratory, alongside Tiphaine Berberian,...
Engineering third-order optical nonlinearities in hybrid chalcogenide-on-silicon platform
Serna Samuel, Lin Hongtao, Alonso-Ramos Carlos, Lafforgue Christian, Le Roux Xavier, Richardson Kathleen, Cassan Eric, Dubreuil Nicolas, Hu Juejun, Vivien Laurent,
Many-Body Signatures of Collective Decay in Atomic Chains
Masson Stuart J., Ferrier-Barbut Igor, Orozco Luis A., Browaeys Antoine, Asenjo-Garcia Ana,
Line-field confocal optical coherence tomography for three-dimensional skin imaging
Ogien Jonas, Daures Anthony, Cazalas Maxime, Perrot Jean-Luc, Dubois Arnaud,