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Abdelkrim Khelif is the recipient of a CNRS 2007 bronze medal

Abdelkrim Khelif was awarded one of the 2007 bronze medals of the CNRS. According to the official wording, "The bronze medal acknowledges the first years of research of a talented young scientist. This award is an incentive from the CNRS to pursue well engaged and already productive researches."

Abdelkrim Khelif joined the CNRS in 2002, as a tenure researcher. His work focuses on phononic crystals, periodically structured materials that display astonishing acoustic properties, such as complete band gaps (regions of the frequency spectrum inside which wave propagation is inhibited whatever the polarization or the direction).

  • Chimeras exist...

    The American Institute of Physics (AIP) has featured our recent article in a special science highlight, known as a Scilight. Due to its novelty and close connection with ever-present phenomena, reported results are of wide interest to the general public.

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  • Entrepreneurs-PhD Award in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté: 3 laureates from FEMTO-ST institute

    Vladimir Gauthier (CellSelect project), Aliyasin El Ayouch (Metabsorber project), Romain Viala (MICAD project),   were rewarded during the regional final which took place on October 16 in Dijon

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  • « Micron d’or » Award at the international microtechnology trade fair

    For one of the most dexterous miniature robots with 7 degrees of freedom, allowing micromanipulation and microassembly in extremely confined spaces

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  • nanofis de polymères

    Polymer-based nanowires

    Molecules, salt and light :  an easy recipe to provide giant nanowires !

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  • Discussions about good practices around smart specialization

    In the frame of the 2014-2020 programming of the European Regional Development Funds (ERDF), the European Union has asked all the regions of Europe to draw up a "Smart Specialization Strategy" for research and innovation on their own territory: this is the S3.

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  • Optical Neural Networks start to learn...

    Work is actively in progress at FEMTO-ST in order to design the photonic architectures dedicated to our future processors that will be computing through artificial intelligence concepts.

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  • When the light is directed by its magnetic field

    FEMTO-ST researchers have discovered a new optical magnetic interaction to direct light fluxes. These works are published in the journal Light: Science and Applications
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  • Amar Nath Ghosh awarded at OSA Advanced Photonics Congress

    Amar Nath Ghosh won the Best student paper award of the OSA Advanced Photonics Congress , Zurich.

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  • Focus on the innovations of the "hydrogen-energy systems" sector

    A few days after the announcement by the government of the launch of a major national hydrogen plan, the Femto-ST institute is organizing on 20 June 2018 at the FCLAB in Belfort, a focus on innovations in the "hydrogen energy systems" sector.

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  • Robotic assembly of the smallest house in the world

    the handling and assembly capabilities of nanocomponents of the "μRobotex" platform make the buzz on the net and in the international press through the origami manufacturing of a micro-house at the end of an optical fiber whose dimensions are less than the diameter of a hair.

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