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Optical Functions for Information Technology (FOTON) Open Access Repository

HAL-FOTON is an open access repository providing access to the research output of the FOTON Research Center

Director: Mehdi Alouini

Research Areas:

  • Axis I: Devices and functionalities for optical communications
  • Axis II: Microwave, millimeter and Tera-Hertz optics
  • Axis III: Innovative materials for photonics
  • Axis IV: Instrumentation, optical sensors and imaging
  • Axis V: Advanced concepts for photovoltaics
  • Axis VI: Lasers physics and metrology

Research Teams:


UMR FOTON, ENSSAT, 6 rue de Kerampont, CS 80518, F-22305 Lannion Cedex, France

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Keywords

LIGO Optical properties Optical feedback Silicon InP Photovoltaics Polymères Holographic recording Modes de galerie Liquid crystals VIRGO Gravitational radiation emission Microwave photonics Photonic integrated circuits VECSEL Black hole Electromagnetic field production Integrated optics Microcavities Data analysis method Photonics on silicon Pulsar General relativity Polymers Black hole binary Optical communications Spin VCSEL Luminescence Optique non-linéaire Galaxy Gravitational waves Binary coalescence Mid-infrared Numerical calculations Semiconductor laser Optical communication Exciton Verres de chalcogénures Semiconductors Stars neutron Bragg mirror Micro-resonator Polymère Sensitivity Neutron star binary Halide perovskites Liquid crystal devices Bruit d'intensité Gamma ray burst Gravitational radiation detector Quantum wells Noise Nonlinear optics Refractive index Micro-résonateur Moyen infrarouge Hybrid perovskite Neutron star Chalcogenide glass Optoelectronics Erbium Alternative theories of gravity Photoluminescence Waveguides Density functional theory Detector sensitivity Detector network Spectroscopy Gravitation and Astrophysics DFT Localization Binary compact III-V semiconductors Silicium poreux Gravitational radiation Semiconductor lasers Black hole mass Four-wave mixing Optical losses Bistability Optical fiber communication Silicon photonics Photovoltaic Lasers Chalcogenides Microresonators Optical injection Thin films All-optical regeneration Laser Quantum dots Porous silicon Fiber laser Solar cells Fibre optique Optique intégrée Electromagnetic Hybrid perovskites Gravitational radiation direct detection

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