Séminaires

Contact : Arthur GOETSCHY
Tél. : 01 80 96 39 46
arthur.goetschy (arobase) espci.fr

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Christophe Sauvan (Laboratoire Charles Fabry, Institut d'Optique, Paris)
mardi 28 novembre 2017, 11:00, Salle 310
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Séminaires à venir

De la génération d’harmoniques sur miroir plasma à l’imagerie acousto-optique en milieu complexe
Maimouna Bocoum (Institut Langevin, Paris)
mardi 05 décembre 2017, 11:00, Salle 310
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Anne Chauvet (Laboratoire Aimé Cotton)
mardi 12 décembre 2017, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Séminaires passés

Some biomedical applications of diamond nanocrystals
François Treussart (ENS Paris Saclay)
mardi 03 octobre 2017, 11:00, Salle 310
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Nanophotonics and electronics for bright single-photon sources based on color centers in diamond
Mario Agio (Laboratory of Nano-Optics, University of Siegen (Germany) & National Institute of Optics, Florence (Italy))
mardi 19 septembre 2017, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Topology optimization for multiphysics system
Gil Ho Yoon (Hanyang University, Korea)
vendredi 25 août 2017, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Granular dynamics: From radar particle tracking to cohesion mediated collective motion
Kai Huang (University of Bayreuth)
vendredi 30 juin 2017, 11:00, Salle 310
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Networks theory: how things are connected
Gabriel Cwilich (Yeshiva University, New York)
mardi 23 mai 2017, 11:00, Salle 310
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Using full optical phase information in retinal optical coherence tomography
Gereon Hüttmann (University of Lübeck, Germany)
lundi 22 mai 2017, 15:00, Salle 310
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Plasmonics for infrared detection and imaging
Riad Haidar (ONERA, Palaiseau)
mardi 02 mai 2017, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Extreme events in nature, rogue wave in optics
John Dudley (Institut FEMTO-ST, Université de Franche-Comté)
mardi 28 mars 2017, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Nanoantennas for light emission and molecular detection
Florian Bigourdan (Institut Langevin)
mardi 21 mars 2017, 11:00, Salle 310
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Seismological imaging using surface wave focal spots
Gregor Hillers (ISTERRE, Grenoble)
mercredi 08 mars 2017, 11:00, Salle 310
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The Anderson mobility gap and dynamic coherent backscattering of ultrasound
Laura Cobus (Institut Langevin)
mardi 24 janvier 2017, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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High resolution in the human retina
Serge Meimon (ONERA, Chatillon)
mardi 17 janvier 2017, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Experimental control of the propagation of hydroelastic waves
Lucie Domino (PMMH, ESPCI Paris)
mardi 10 janvier 2017, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Modélisation mathématique des résonances plasmoniques de nano-particules
Pierre Millien (Institut Langevin)
mardi 03 janvier 2017, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Model-based inverse problem for the ultrasonic characterization of complex materials: An overview of potential applications to composites, cortical bone and bonded layers.
Nicolas Bochud (Institut Langevin)
lundi 19 décembre 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Critical properties of the Anderson transition through the looking-glass of the CBS and CFS peaks
Christian Miniatura (Centre for Quantum Technologies, Singapore)
mercredi 14 décembre 2016, 11:00, Salle 310
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Wavefront shaped focusing in Nanophotonics and in Scattering media
Bergin Gjonaj (TECHNION, Haifa)
mardi 13 décembre 2016, 16:00, Amphi IPGP
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A head full of waves: Imaging motion and mechanical deformations for neurosciences
Olivier Thouvenin (Institut Langevin)
jeudi 24 novembre 2016, 14:00, Salle 310
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A Potpourri of Rough Surface Scattering Phenomena
Ingve Simonsen (Norwegian University of Sciences and Technology, Trondheim)
mardi 15 novembre 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Optical Tools for High Resolution Imaging of Cerebral Blood Flow and Microvasculature
Andrew K. Dunn (Biomedical Engineering Department, University of Texas at Austin)
mardi 08 novembre 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Granular friction: from building the pyramids to the anatomy of individual contacts at the nanoscale
Daniel Bonn (van der Waals-Zeeman Institute, University of Amsterdam)
mardi 11 octobre 2016, 11:00, Salle 310
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Space-Time Causality, Spatial Non-Locality and Negative Refraction
Davide Forcella (Institut Langevin)
mercredi 21 septembre 2016, 17:00, Salle 310
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Transfert radiatif de chaleur en présence de gradients de température : nouvelles lois asymptotiques et couplage avec conduction
Riccardo Messina (Laboratoire Charles Coulomb, Université de Montpellier, UMR 5221, Montpellier)
mardi 20 septembre 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Multimode fibers with random mode mixing: physics and applications
Yaron Bromberg (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
jeudi 15 septembre 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Optical Coherence Tomography: a tool to visualize the human brain architecture
Caroline Magnain (Harvard Medical School - USA)
mardi 05 juillet 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Imagerie acousto-optique: les challenges de l'imagerie in vivo
Jean-Baptiste Laudereau (Institut Langevin)
mardi 21 juin 2016, 11:00, Salle 310
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Temporal Equivalent of a Mirror (and of a Bragg Mirror)
Vincent Bacot (Institut Langevin)
mardi 31 mai 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Liens statistiques entre l’intensité transmise et réfléchie par un milieu diffusant
Nikos Fayard (Institut Langevin)
mardi 17 mai 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Sound Field Recording and Reproduction and Its Extension to Super-resolution
Shoichi Koyama (Institut Langevin)
mardi 10 mai 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Approche Matricielle de la propagation des ondes lumineuses en milieu diffusant : détection et imagerie
Amaury Badon (Institut Langevin)
mardi 03 mai 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Towards integrated optics at the nanoscale: plasmon-emitter coupling using plasmonic structures
Nancy Rahbany (Charles Delaunay Institute, University of Technology of Troyes)
mardi 19 avril 2016, 11:00, Salle 310
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Manipulation, contrôle et guidage d’ondes élastiques en milieux complexes
Benoît Gérardin (Institut Langevin)
mardi 12 avril 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Spatial non-locality and Negative Refraction: Electromagnetic properties of viscous charged fluids
Davide Forcella (Institut Langevin)
mardi 29 mars 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Time-Reversal Optical Focusing
Changhuei Yang (California Institute of Technology)
jeudi 24 mars 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Fano Imaging at the nanoscale: from photonic crystals to disordered photonics
Massimo Gurioli (LENS, Florence, Italie)
mardi 08 mars 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Séminaire des doctorants
Institut Langevin
mardi 01 mars 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Comment la physique contribue à la métaphysique de la causalité
Maximilian Kistler (Institut d’histoire et de philosophie des sciences et des techniques, Paris)
mardi 23 février 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Acoustic waves in complex media: from perfect absorption (waveguides with resonators) to shocklike superdiffusion (granular media)
Georgios Theocharis (Laboratoire d'Acoustique de l'Université du Maine, Le Mans)
mardi 09 février 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Wave mixing of short optical pulses of different spatio-temporal extents using transient Bragg gratings
Yonatan Sivan (Ben-Gurion University, Israel)
mardi 26 janvier 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Comment le traitement du signal peut aider à optimiser les systèmes d'imagerie polarimétriques
François Goudail (Laboratoire Charles Fabry, Institut d'Optique)
mardi 19 janvier 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Discovering fUS imaging data structure using unsupervised learning methods
Kristof Giber (Institut Langevin)
mardi 12 janvier 2016, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Superfluid Nanomechanical Resonators in Confined Geometries
Xavier Rojas (Royal Holloway University of London)
mardi 15 décembre 2015, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Acoustic array processing: New methods for sound field reconstruction and analysis
Efren Fernandez-Grande (DTU, Denmark)
mardi 08 décembre 2015, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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The geometric phases of polarized waves
Vincent Rossetto (LPMMC, Unversité Joseph Fourier, Grenoble)
mardi 01 décembre 2015, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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The hair-cell bundle as a mechanosensor and amplifier for hearing
Pascal Martin (Institut Curie)
lundi 30 novembre 2015, 14:30, Amphi IPGP
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Imaging atherosclerosis with light and sound
Gijs van Soest (Erasmus MC, Rotterdam)
mardi 24 novembre 2015, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Topological states in microwave resonator lattices
Fabrice Mortessagne (LPMC, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis & CNRS)
mardi 17 novembre 2015, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Analyseur spectral RF haute cadence avec 20 GHz de bande passante instantanée
Perrine Berger (Thales Research and Technology)
mardi 10 novembre 2015, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Physique de transformation et métamatériaux
Muamer Kadic (Institute of Applied Physics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
mercredi 04 novembre 2015, 10:30, Amphi IPGP
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Wavefront shaping and nonlinear optics in the transverse localization regime
Marco Leonetti (Center for Life Nano Science@Sapienza)
mardi 03 novembre 2015, 11:00, Salle 3000
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Optical transmission matrix for rabbit imaging and fast quantum calculation
Thomas Chaigne & Hugo Defienne (Laboratoire Kastler Brossel)
mardi 27 octobre 2015, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Tuan Vo-Dinh (Duke university)
lundi 26 octobre 2015, 11:00, Salle 3000
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Making Waves in Amsterdam
Rudolf Sprik (Van der Waals-Zeeman Institute, Amsterdam)
mardi 13 octobre 2015, 11:00, salle 3000
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Détection et localisation de microbulles par ultrasons
Yann Desailly (Institut Langevin)
mardi 29 septembre 2015, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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Integrated in silico and in vivo approaches in the development of neuromodulation protocols in epilepsy
Julien Modolo (Laboratoire de Traitement du Signal et de l'Image (LTSI), Université de Rennes 1)
mardi 22 septembre 2015, 11:00, Amphi IPGP
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