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LuMIn Laboratory


LuMIn Laboratory (for Light, Matter and Interfaces) is a research unit (FRE2036) created on 1 January 2020 under the affiliation of the University of Paris-Saclay, ENS Paris-Saclay, CNRS (INSIS) and CentraleSupélec. Composed of about thirty permanent members, its research activities are focused on light-matter interaction at different scales (atoms, materials, devices, living systems) and its multidisciplinary applications.

It proposes new and original synergies at the frontiers of optics and quantum physics, device technologies, as well as in vitro and in vivo exploration of fundamental biological processes for a better understanding of the pathogenesis of cancers and brain diseases.

The main activity of this laboratory is based on a broad spectrum of expertise in optics (lasers, non-linear optics, quantum physics, plasmonics), with application developments for the design and development of materials, micro- and nanophotonic devices, microfluidic circuits, and for the study of biochemical phenomena in cells, tissues and living organisms. This multi-disciplinary and multi-scale research programme addresses major societal issues such as information processing and storage, sustainable development and alternative energy sources, and public health.



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