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Physics, chemistry and engineering sciences at the service of innovative technologies and materials for industrial applications

The Carnot de Bourgogne Interdisciplinary Laboratory (ICB), CNRS-UBFC Mixed Research Unit has 300 physicists, chemists, engineers and technicians located in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, on the sites of Dijon, Le Creusot, Chalon-sur-Saône and Belfort (Sevenans). They are developing new functionalities in optics and for the materials of the future, intended for applications in industry (photonics, metallurgy, industry 4.0, etc.), medicine, high-speed optical communications, the processing of nanoscale information, energy and quantum technologies.

The ICB laboratory results from the merger of January 1, 2007 of three units:

  • two UMR-CNRS (Mixed Research Units CNRS-University of Burgundy) located on the Campus of the Faculty of Sciences of Dijon, the Laboratory of Physics of the University of Burgundy and the Research Laboratory on the Reactivity of Solids,
  • one more modest university reception team located in Le Creusot bringing together staff from the IUTs of Le Creusot, Chalon-sur-Saône and from Belfort-Montbéliard.

High-performance technological platforms

            ARCEN Carnot                                     SMARTLIGHT                                          TITAN                                            CALHIPSO

Interactions with the socio-economic world

The scientific teams of the ICB laboratory collaborate with companies to develop research projects whose results find direct socio-economic applications and thus contribute to the economic development of the territory. In the context of Investments for the Future (PIA), the ICB is co-founder and actor of the Graduate School EIPHI (Innovation through Physics and Engineering), coordinates two new Equipex+ SMARTLIGHT (intelligent photonics) and CALHIPSO (innovative compaction and assembly metal alloy) as well as a European network and an Erasmus Mundus on quantum technologies. The laboratory carries collaborative projects supported by Europe or the National Research Agency and is also co-founder of the exploratory PEPR (PIA4) DIADEME very recently selected on new generation materials (4D additive printing). The ICB is also a player in health engineering, in particular via the EquipEx IMAPPI on medical imaging.

Excellent scientific research

The interdisciplinary research of the laboratory forms a continuum from the fundamental to the applications. Its specialized activities in the fields of optical and electron microscopy, fiber optics, lasers, nanofabrication, quantum nanophotonics, nanomedicine, surface and interface analysis, reactivity, characterization and of materials (processes, fuel cell, powder metallurgy, additive manufacturing, sintering, cements, sensors and non-destructive testing) are supported by 4 high-performance technological platforms which have made the reputation of the laboratory with projects of excellence. Multidisciplinary expertise is made available to research projects and at the service of clusters and companies in the Region and beyond (national and international).

Stéphane GUÉRIN

Director

stephane.guerin@u-bourgogne.fr
Tél : 03 80 39 60 45

Alexandre BOUHELIER

Deputy Director

Alexandre.bouhelier@u-bourgogne.fr
Tél : 03 80 39 60 22

Cécile LANGLADE

Deputy Director

cecile.langlade@utbm.fr
Tél : 03 84 58 31 50

Nadine MILLOT

Deputy Director

nmillot@u-bourgogne.fr
Tél : 03 80 39 59 37 

Plateformes technologiques performantes 

            ARCEN Carnot                                     SMARTLIGHT                                        TITAN                                           CALHIPSO

Des interactions avec le monde socio-économique

Les équipes scientifiques du laboratoire ICB collaborent avec les entreprises pour dévelop- per des projets de recherche dont les résultats trouvent des applications directes socio-éco- nomiques et permettent ainsi de contribuer au développement économique du territoire. Dans le contexte des Investissements d’Avenir (PIA), l’ICB est co-fondateur et acteur de la Graduate School EIPHI (Innovation through Physics and Engineering), coordonne deux nouveaux Equipex+ SMARTLIGHT (photonique intelligente) et CALHIPSO (compaction et assemblage innovants d’alliage métallique) ainsi qu’un réseau euro- péen et un Erasmus Mundus sur les technologies quantiques. Le laboratoire est porteur de projets collaboratifs soutenus par l’Europe ou l’Agence nationale de la recherche et est aussi co-fondateur du PEPR exploratoire (PIA4) DIADEME très récemment sélectionné sur les matériaux de nouvelle génération (impression additive 4D). L’ICB est aussi acteur en ingénierie de la santé en particulier via l’EquipEx IMAPPI sur l’imagerie médicale.

Une recherche scientifique d'excellence

Les recherches interdisciplinaires du laboratoire forme un continuum du fondamental aux applications. Ses activités spécialisées dans les domaines de la microscopie optique et électro- nique, les fibres optiques, les lasers, la nanofabrication, la nanophotonique quantique, la nanomédecine, l’analyse des surfaces et des interfaces, la réactivité, la caractérisation et l’élaboration de matériaux (procédés, pile à combustible, métallurgie des poudres, fabrication additive, frittage, ciments, capteurs et contrôle non destructif) sont soutenues par 4 plate- formes technologiques et performantes qui font la réputation du laboratoire avec des projets d’excellence. L’expertise pluridisciplinaire est mise à disposition des projets de recherche et au service des pôles et des entreprises de la Région et au-delà (nationales et internationales).

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Physics, chemistry and engineering sciences at the service of innovative technologies and materials for industrial applications

The Carnot de Bourgogne Interdisciplinary Laboratory (ICB), CNRS-UBFC Mixed Research Unit has 300 physicists, chemists, engineers and technicians located in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, on the sites of Dijon, Le Creusot, Chalon-sur-Saône and Belfort (Sevenans). They are developing new functionalities in optics and for the materials of the future, intended for applications in industry (photonics, metallurgy, industry 4.0, etc.), medicine, high-speed optical communications, the processing of nanoscale information, energy and quantum technologies.

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The ICB laboratory results from the merger of January 1, 2007 of three units:

  • two UMR-CNRS (Mixed Research Units CNRS-University of Burgundy) located on the Campus of the Faculty of Sciences of Dijon, the Laboratory of Physics of the University of Burgundy and the Research Laboratory on the Reactivity of Solids,
  • one more modest university reception team located in Le Creusot bringing together staff from the IUTs of Le Creusot, Chalon-sur-Saône and from Belfort-Montbéliard.
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High-performance technological platforms

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            ARCEN Carnot                                     SMARTLIGHT                                          TITAN                                            CALHIPSO

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Interactions with the socio-economic world

The scientific teams of the ICB laboratory collaborate with companies to develop research projects whose results find direct socio-economic applications and thus contribute to the economic development of the territory. In the context of Investments for the Future (PIA), the ICB is co-founder and actor of the Graduate School EIPHI (Innovation through Physics and Engineering), coordinates two new Equipex+ SMARTLIGHT (intelligent photonics) and CALHIPSO (innovative compaction and assembly metal alloy) as well as a European network and an Erasmus Mundus on quantum technologies. The laboratory carries collaborative projects supported by Europe or the National Research Agency and is also co-founder of the exploratory PEPR (PIA4) DIADEME very recently selected on new generation materials (4D additive printing). The ICB is also a player in health engineering, in particular via the EquipEx IMAPPI on medical imaging.

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Excellent scientific research

The interdisciplinary research of the laboratory forms a continuum from the fundamental to the applications. Its specialized activities in the fields of optical and electron microscopy, fiber optics, lasers, nanofabrication, quantum nanophotonics, nanomedicine, surface and interface analysis, reactivity, characterization and of materials (processes, fuel cell, powder metallurgy, additive manufacturing, sintering, cements, sensors and non-destructive testing) are supported by 4 high-performance technological platforms which have made the reputation of the laboratory with projects of excellence. Multidisciplinary expertise is made available to research projects and at the service of clusters and companies in the Region and beyond (national and international).

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Stéphane GUÉRIN

Director

stephane.guerin@u-bourgogne.fr
Tél : 03 80 39 60 45

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Alexandre BOUHELIER

Deputy Director

Alexandre.bouhelier@u-bourgogne.fr
Tél : 03 80 39 60 22

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Cécile LANGLADE

Deputy Director

cecile.langlade@utbm.fr
Tél : 03 84 58 31 50

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Nadine MILLOT

Deputy Director

nmillot@u-bourgogne.fr
Tél : 03 80 39 59 37 

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Plateformes technologiques performantes 

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            ARCEN Carnot                                     SMARTLIGHT                                        TITAN                                           CALHIPSO

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Des interactions avec le monde socio-économique

Les équipes scientifiques du laboratoire ICB collaborent avec les entreprises pour dévelop- per des projets de recherche dont les résultats trouvent des applications directes socio-éco- nomiques et permettent ainsi de contribuer au développement économique du territoire. Dans le contexte des Investissements d’Avenir (PIA), l’ICB est co-fondateur et acteur de la Graduate School EIPHI (Innovation through Physics and Engineering), coordonne deux nouveaux Equipex+ SMARTLIGHT (photonique intelligente) et CALHIPSO (compaction et assemblage innovants d’alliage métallique) ainsi qu’un réseau euro- péen et un Erasmus Mundus sur les technologies quantiques. Le laboratoire est porteur de projets collaboratifs soutenus par l’Europe ou l’Agence nationale de la recherche et est aussi co-fondateur du PEPR exploratoire (PIA4) DIADEME très récemment sélectionné sur les matériaux de nouvelle génération (impression additive 4D). L’ICB est aussi acteur en ingénierie de la santé en particulier via l’EquipEx IMAPPI sur l’imagerie médicale.

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Une recherche scientifique d'excellence

Les recherches interdisciplinaires du laboratoire forme un continuum du fondamental aux applications. Ses activités spécialisées dans les domaines de la microscopie optique et électro- nique, les fibres optiques, les lasers, la nanofabrication, la nanophotonique quantique, la nanomédecine, l’analyse des surfaces et des interfaces, la réactivité, la caractérisation et l’élaboration de matériaux (procédés, pile à combustible, métallurgie des poudres, fabrication additive, frittage, ciments, capteurs et contrôle non destructif) sont soutenues par 4 plate- formes technologiques et performantes qui font la réputation du laboratoire avec des projets d’excellence. L’expertise pluridisciplinaire est mise à disposition des projets de recherche et au service des pôles et des entreprises de la Région et au-delà (nationales et internationales).

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Where to find us ?

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