LIGHT S&T PhD cohort
Each year the LIGHT S&T Graduate Program recruits PhD students with a Master's degree in physics, chemistry, biology or equivalent. These students will continue their research within a doctoral training program in science and applications of light and on a thesis subject labeled by LIGHT S&T Graduate Program. The recruitment of these PhD students is based on criteria of excellence (Master's degree with “good” rating is expected).
Applications must be sent with the required documents in electronic format to : firstname.lastname@example.org
They will be reviewed as arises and at the latest on Friday January 22, 2021.
The PhD program is detailed on the Doctorate program page.
Our doctoral students
2018 Cohort (9 students)
Paul AZAR LAGEYRE
Radiation generation using collisions of ultra high intensity lasers: from novel gamma sources for high field quantum electrodynamics to the generation of gravitational waves in the laboratory
Gilles DALLA -BARBA
Fourier optical parametric amplifier architectures for few-optical-cycles ultra-intense lasers in mid-wavelength infrared.
Cavity QED with Bose-Einstein Condensates in a running wave resonator
Control of particles' deposition by optical texturing
Experimental and analytic tools for non-stationary approaches of the rheology of living systems: coherent optics based elastography of cells (single and multi-cellular) with application to cancer.
Printing and functionalization of phosphate glasses
Ultrafast dynamics in phase-change transition materials
Development of time-resolved X-ray phase contrast imaging using a laser-driven X-ray source
Implementation of Doubly Dressed States traps for near field manipulation of ultra‐cold atoms
2019 Cohort (15 students)
Study of the interaction between optical wave and electric field applied in hybrid fibers
3D high-content screening imaging of organoid development using single objective SPIM
Toward Controlled Molecular Entanglement
Development and characterization of submicronic luminescent sources realised with thin films of In(x)Ga(1-x)N nanoparticles (0≤x≤1)
Deep learning for 3D high- and super-resolution microscopy.
Transport and coupling of ultra-cold atoms to nano-structured surfaces.
Complex nanostructured surfaces for visual appearance design
Glass/glass-ceramic -light interaction
Optics of liquid crystals and plasmonic oxides for intelligent glass.
Charge, Energy transfer and chemical Reactions with molecules in an electromagnetic Cavity
Synthesis and Study of Chiral Fluororescent Helices for Circularly-Polarized Light Emission and nonlinear optics.
Ultra-high intensity laser-plasma experiments on ion acceleration in quasi-transparent gases and in magnetized solids
Super-resolution analysis of the nano-anatomical determinants of synaptic function of hippocampal neurons
Generation and interaction of suprathermal electrons in lnertial Confinement Fusion
Creation and manipulation of Josephson junctions with optics
2020 Cohort (12 students)
Development of oxide or oxy-fluorinated glasses for the creation of localized infra-red contrasts in 3D using femtosecond laser irradiation
Smart polymer fibres with X-chromic properties: Polymer fibres functionalization by WOx modified particles
Atom interferometry,Cold atoms,Quantum sensors,Lasers,Inertial navigation,Accelerometers
Functional study by quantitative phase microscopy
Multi-scale modeling of the influence of the transition from solid to plasma in the context of inertial confinement fusion
Integration of adaptive optics on a lattice light-sheet microscope for super-resolution imaging in depth.
Ultra-cold matter waves in microgravity for atom interferometry
Coupling Photonics and Superconductivity
Theory of thermophoresis of Proteins
Study of the physics of shock ignition
Experimental studies of high-energy-density magnetized plasmas: in route to magneto-inertial fusion
Development of innovative super-resolution modalities to study the fast dynamic reorganization of adhesion sites in cells
Call for applications / Appel à candidatures
Light Sciences and Technologies Graduate Program
Université de Bordeaux
Institut d’Optique d’Aquitaine
Rue François Mitterrand
33405 Talence - France