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PhD 2018

The PhLAM Laboratory seeks training physicists (or physical chemist) wishing to prepare a doctoral thesis in the field of light-matter interaction from September 2018.

Applications, including a CV and a cover letter must be submitted to the principal investigators of the topics proposed.

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PhAR — Time crystals in the interacting quantum kicked rotor

PhD Advisor : Adam Rançon
The Université de Lille Nord Europe Foundation is funding the following project.
Starting date: before November 2019 (a research internship during spring 2019 is (...)

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DYSCO — Study of light control and management for routing functions in telecommunications

PhD Director: Eric Louvergneaux
Laboratory/ies: PhLAM
Summary of the PhD project
At the time of Internet and telecommunications, high-speed networks have become a crucial issue that requires (...)

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DYSCO — Topological transport in photonic lattices

PhD Director: Alberto AMO, Pierre SURET
Laboratory/ies: PhLAM
Summary of the PhD project
One of the most interesting phenomenon in interacting fluids is the emergence of turbulence: particle (...)

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DYSCO — Dynamics of relativistic electron bunches in synchrotron radiation facilities

PhD Director: Serge Bielawski, Clément Evain
Laboratory/ies: PhLAM
Summary of the PhD project
The project aims at investigating novel sources of coherent light that are based on relativistic (...)

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DYSCO — Mechanisms of localization of spatiotemporal chaos and it implications in nonlinear resonators

PhD Director: Saliya Coulibaly, Taki Majid
Laboratory/ies: PhLAM
Summary of the PhD project
Turbulence, intermittency, quasi-periodicity, spatiotemporal chaos are all phenomena that can be (...)

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DYSCO — Optical soliton gas

PhD Director: Pierre Suret, Stéphane Randoux
Laboratory/ies: PhLAM
Summary of the PhD project
This thesis subject is mainly experimental (optical fibers). From the concept point of view, the (...)

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DYSCO — Topological transport in photonic lattices

PhD Director: Alberto AMO web: http://honeypol.eu/
Laboratory/ies: PhLAM
Summary of the PhD project
Topology describes properties of a physical system that remain unaffected by distortion. (...)

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DYSCO — Investigation of ultrafast phenomena in relativistic electrons, using photonic strategies

PhD Director: Serge Bielawski, Christophe Szwaj
Laboratory/ies: PhLAM
Summary of the PhD project
Our group aims at investigating new light sources, that are based on relativistic electron (...)

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DYSCO — Theoretical and experimental study of the coupling between the circadian clock and metabolism

PhD Director: Marc LEFRANC in collaboration with Laurent Héliot (PhLAM), and Hélène Duez and Bart Staels (Pasteur Institute in Lille)
Laboratory/ies: PhLAM
Summary of the PhD project
Most living (...)

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PCMT — Ion selectivity at the surface of atmospheric aerosols

PhD Director: C. Toubin — D. Duflot
Sea spray aerosol (SSA), one of the most abundant naturally produced aerosols in the atmosphere, is mainly formed through the bubble bursting process in the (...)

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