Institut de Chimie Moléculaire et des Matériaux d'Orsay

Synthèse, Propriétés & Modélisation des Matériaux - SP2M

1. Collaborations bilatérales

- Optical Fiber Technical Center / Sydney Univ., Australie, J. 
Canning, programme PAI FAST 2006-2008 dans le domaine de l'étude des 
interactions multiphotoniques lors d'écriture à l'aide de laser UV ou 
femtoseconde dans les verres de silice.

- Key laboratory in silicate material / Wuhan Technology University, 
X. Zhao, Chine, programme PAI PRA 2006-2008 dans le domaine de 
l'étude du poling dans les milieux vitreux.

- Optical research center / University of Southampton, P. Kazansky, UK, Programme PAI Alliance 2007-2008 dans le domaine de l'interaction du laser femtoseconde avec la silice.


2. Autres collaborations

Réseau européen IRSES e-FLAG (coordinateur Matthieu Lancry)

The concept of e-FLAG is to collect the best researchers on the topic of the interaction of femtosecond laser with glasses for discussion and exchanges. Main objective is to train students and young researchers on one of the most promising new research field which is the 3D local shaping of linear and non linear optical properties in silica-based glasses; the knowledge of the expert being shared with the novices.

The consortium is made up of 5 organizations chosen for their complementary skills and competences, necessary to carry out the foreseen project activities. Each partner cover a part of the subject, that is necessary to collect for achieving an overall understanding of the processes and applications potentialities.
University Paris Sud, Bertrand Poumellec and Matthieu Lancry
Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Stefan Nolte
University of Sydney, John Canning
Optoelectronics Research Centre, Peter Kazansky
Macquarie University, Mick Withford