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Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Carnot de Bourgogne

Department Quantum Interactions & Control (ICQ)

The department “Quantum Interactions and Control” or “Interactions et Contrôle Quantique” (ICQ) in French includes two groups of theoreticians whose research interests focus on quantum systems and their interactions, including control of quantum systems by electromagnetic fields, quantum nano-optics & information, nonlinear dynamics with applications in fiber optics, dynamics of reactive collisions and spectroscopy.

The work of its members is characterized by a broad interdisciplinary approach, with strong collaborations with groups in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Planetology and Astrophysics. Both groups have a large set of collaborations with experimental groups, both locally and at the national and international level.

The SMPCA group has a well-established expertise in the domain of molecular spectroscopy. With the arrival of three new members during the period of the preceding contract, its domain has been extended to include reaction dynamics. The group has emphasized applications in environmental atmospheric physics, astrophysics and planetology. It also focuses on the diffusion of molecular spectroscopic data, in particular through the VAMDC (Virtual Atomic and Molecular Data Centre) European consortium.

The work of the DQNL group deals with the application of the theory of dynamical systems to physical systems, both in the classical and the quantum realms. Its approach is highly interdisciplinary, with strong collaborations with mathematicians and with groups doing experimental work in physics and in chemistry. The main specificity over the recent years has been the development of techniques to control quantum systems with electromagnetic fields (lasers, radiofrequency and magnetic fields), as well as applications of Hamiltonian dynamics to nonlinear optics.

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  • Interface et Réactivité dans les Matériaux (IRM)

    Objectifs 

    Comprendre les phénomènes aux interfaces des matériaux avec leur environnement pour en améliorer la durabilité,les propriétés, la mise en oeuvre ou l'assemblage. Les matériaux étudiés sont des matériaux ou systèmes d'intérêt industriel.

    Thématiques

    • Adsorption et désorption des fluides dans des matériaux naporeux, adsorption réactive
    • Corrosion et anti-corriosion des métaux et alliages, corrosion éléctrochimique, corrosion sèche à haute température
    • Interaction laser-matière, effets induits et fonctionnalisation des surfaces
    • Réactivité des liants minéraux, métallurgie des poudres et mise en forme de produits pharmaceutiques.

    Techniques mises en oeuvre

    Thermogravimétries, calorimétries, manométries, chromatographies CPG-SM et ioniques, spectrométrie de masse et FTIR in situ, Microscopie électrochimique, méthodes électrochimiques à sondes localisées, diffraction RX in situ, Lasers, Viscoélasticimétrie, microscopies optiques et electroniques (et autres techniques du plateau technique ARCEN), SIMS ET XPS et autres techniques du département DAI.

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Contact

  • Head of the group:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tel: 03-80-39-59-17
Fax: 03.80.39.59.71
Office: D106

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