Workshop: The thematic days on the recent discoveries in ultrafast non-linear optical fibers.
The thematic days on the recent discoveries in ultrafast non-linear optical fibers organized by the Réseau Optique Photonique (ROP) and the réseau Femto of the MI (Mission pour l’Interdisciplinarité) of the CNRS, took place on December 4th and 5th at IRCICA.
Arnaud Mussot (Professor University of Lille, PhLAM photonics team leader and IUF member) and Johanna Leclercq (PhLAM Communication Officer - CPER) were delighted to invite the leading specialists in this theme, guaranteeing the richness and quality of the presentations and presentations. subjects treated.
This workshop, which brings together more than 80 researchers, teachers, PhD students and commercials from 35 different institutes and companies, has facilitated exchanges between academic and industrial players. The ambition of these days is to perpetuate and develop this network of collaboration around the creation of a GDR (Research Group) on non-linear effects in optical fibers.
We would like to thank:
> The ROP and the réseau Femto of the MI of the CNRS.
> SFP, PhLAM, FiberTech and IRCICA for the organization.
> Academic partners: IUF, OSA, Labex CEMPI, CERLA, Equipex Flux, I-SITE ULNE, and again ROP, réseau Femto, MI, PhLAM and IRCICA.
> Industrial sponsors: Absys, Coherent, EXFO, FC Equipment, IXBlue, Lumibird, Keysight, NKT et Thorlabs.
> Speakers : Alexandre Kudlinski (PhLAM), Matteo Conforti (PhLAM), Bertrand Kibler (ICB), Julien Fatome (ICB), Vincent Couderc (Xlim), Ammar Hideur (Université de Rouen), Marc Hanna (Institut d’Optique), Eric Cormier (CELIA), Lauriane Fouché (CEA), Guy Millot (ICB), Hervé Rigneault (Université Aix-Marseille), Thibaut Sylvestre (Femto-st), Benjamin Wetzel (Université du Sussex), Camille Sophie Brès (EPFL), Jean-Charles Beugnot (Femto-st), François Leo (Université Libre de Bruxelles), Frédéric Gérome (Xlim), John Dudley (Femto-st), Goëry genty (Université Technologique de Tampere), Pierre Suret (PhLAM), Arnaud Mussot (PhLAM).
> and all the participants