Full professor of Physics/Optics at the University of Franche-Comté and researcher at FEMTO-ST institute, Laurent Larger is rewarded for his pioneering work on nonlinear dynamics in optoelectronics and on the development of new architectures for photonic artificial intelligence.
Imaging quantum interference of entangled photon pairs of extremely high dimensionality
Researchers from the Optics Department have developed an imaging device allowing the spatial and temporal resolution of the phenomenon of quantum interference between pairs of entangled photons of extremely high dimensionality.
Fei GAO Receives IEEE J.D. Irwin Early Career Award
As a member of the SHARPAC team and Deputy Director of FEMTO-ST, Fei Gao has been recognized by the IEEE IES Society for his outstanding work in improving the reliability of hydrogen electric powertrains.
Daniel HISSEL, winner of the CNRS 2020 Innovation Medal
Full professor at the University of Franche-Comté, researcher at FEMTO-ST Institute and co-founder of a start-up on efficient hydrogen fuel cells, Daniel HISSEL is one of the four national winners of the CNRS 2020 Innovation Medal.
A new source of infrared light thanks to fibre optic cascades
Scientists from FEMTO-ST Institute and McGill University (Montreal, Canada) have designed and developed in collaboration with three French companies a light source covering the entire mid-infrared wavelength range: from 2 to 10 µm.
Topological crystals to guide waves on the water surface
Topological crystals have the property of being conductive on their surface, but insulating in their volume which allows very efficient wave guidance by engineering the structure of these materials, generally arranged in a hexagonal symmetry, inspired by the graphene.
An innovative solution to detect pollutants in the subsoil
Researchers from FEMTO-STinstitute and the company TOTAL SA have succeeded in detecting organic pollutants with methods that did not require sampling and have been able to monitor the evolution of the pollution of the subsoil over periods ranging up to several years.
Within the framework of Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic and following the measures announced by the President of the French Republic, all the premises of our laboratory in Besançon, Belfort and Montbéliard cities are closed to the public from this Tuesday March 17.