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Laboratoire Aimé Cotton

Laboratory presentation

The research carried out at LAC covers a wide range of thematic fields from photonics to atomic physics, and molecular spectroscopy. The lab's 3 main services are each made up of several research team with varied interests, due to the fact that the applications range from biomedicine to photovoltaic technology.

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Computational complexity: An empirical view Maël Pégny 12/01/13 6th AISB Symposium on Computing and Philosophy: The Scandal of Computation - What is Computation? - AISB Convention 2013
Ionization by electron impacts and ionization potential depression D. Benredjem 05/18/22 Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
Dissociative recombination and rotational transitions of D<sup>+</sup><inf>2</inf>in collisions with slow electrons I. F. Schneider 05/01/22 Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
Autofluorescence imaging within the liver: a promising tool for the detection and characterization of primary liver tumors R. Farcy 04/01/22 European Radiology
Comparative analysis of recirculating and collimating cesium ovens Raphaël Hahn, Thomas Battard, Oscar Boucher, Yan J. Picard, Hans Lignier, D. Comparat 04/01/22 Review of Scientific Instruments
Simulation of antihydrogen deexcitation in neutral atom traps for improved trapping and cooling D. Comparat 02/16/22 Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
Engineering long-range interactions between ultracold atoms with light T. Xie, X. Xing, E. Luc-Koenig, R. Vexiau, O. Dulieu, N. Bouloufa-Maafa 02/02/22 Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
Efficient rotational cooling of a cold beam of barium monofluoride T. Courageux, A. Cournol, D. Comparat, B. Viaris De Lesegno, Hans Lignier 02/01/22 New Journal of Physics
Efficient 2D molasses cooling of a cesium beam using a blue detuned top-hat beam D. Comparat 02/01/22 European Physical Journal D
Strong ortho / para effects in the vibrational spectrum of Cl<sup>-</sup>(H<inf>2</inf>) Maurice Raoult, O. Dulieu 12/28/21 Journal of Chemical Physics
Characterization of the lowest electronically excited-state ro-vibrational level of <sup>23</sup>Na<sup>87</sup>Rb R. Vexiau, N. Bouloufa-Maafa, O. Dulieu 11/01/21 New Journal of Physics
Tom pouce iii, an electronic white cane for blind people: Ability to detect obstacles and mobility performances Aya Dernayka, Roger Leroux, Lucas Bogaert, R. Farcy 10/02/21 Sensors
Tuning of dipolar interactions and evaporative cooling in a three-dimensional molecular quantum gas Lucas Lassablière, Goulven Quéméner 10/01/21 Nature Physics
Development of a new negative obstacle sensor for augmented electric wheelchair R. Farcy, Julien Donnez, Jose Villanueva, Aziz Zogaghi 10/01/21 Sensors
Extended analysis of the free ion spectrum of er<sup>3+</sup>(er IV) J. F. Wyart 09/01/21 Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer
Quantum nature of molecular vibrational quenching: Water-molecular hydrogen collisions Laurent Wiesenfeld 08/21/21 Journal of Chemical Physics
Nuclear spin conservation enables state-to-state control of ultracold molecular reactions Goulven Quéméner, O. Dulieu 05/01/21 Nature Chemistry
Determining the position of a single spin relative to a metallic nanowire P. Jamonneau 04/14/21 Journal of Applied Physics
Simple electron-impact excitation cross-sections including plasma density effects D. Benredjem 03/01/21 High Energy Density Physics
Low-energy electron impact dissociative recombination and vibrational transitions of N<inf>2</inf><sup>+</sup> I. F. Schneider 02/07/21 Journal of Applied Physics

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)