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Session
PL-03: Session Plénière #3
Time:
Thursday, 08/July/2021:
2:00pm - 4:00pm

Location: Amphithéâtre Romanée-Conti


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2:00pm - 2:40pm
ID: 131 / PL-03: 1
Sessions plénières
Keywords: Biophotonique, optique non-linéaire, polarimétrie, dichroïsme circulaire

IMAGERIE PAR GÉNÉRATION DE SECOND HARMONIQUE DE L’ORGANISATION TRIDIMENSIONNELLE DU COLLAGÈNE DANS LES TISSUS BIOLOGIQUES.

M.-C. SCHANNE-KLEIN

Laboratoire d'Optique et Biosciences (LOB), France

Le collagène est omniprésent dans les tissus biologiques, essentiellement sous forme de fibrilles dont la distribution 3D est spécifique de chaque tissu. L’imagerie de second harmonique, combinée à la polarimétrie linéaire et au dichroïsme circulaire, permet de sonder cette structure 3D et d’en mesurer le désordre à l’échelle submicrométrique.



2:40pm - 3:20pm
ID: 607 / PL-03: 2
Sessions plénières

ELECTRONS AND PHOTONS IN AN ATOMIC-SCALE OPTICAL FEED

A. BOUHELIER

Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire Carnot de Bourgogne, France

Electrons and photons in an atomic-scale optical feed



3:20pm - 4:00pm
ID: 512 / PL-03: 3
Sessions plénières
Keywords: nonlinear optics, electro-optic, nanophotonics, integrated optics

NONLINEAR AND ELECTRO-OPTIC METAL-OXIDES FOR ACTIVE PHOTONIC DEVICES

R. GRANGE

ETH Zurich, Suisse

Fundamental aspects of quadratic materials will be presented with strategies to enhance optical signals by engineering metal-oxides at the nanoscale. We aim at developing nonlinear and electro-optic photonic devices with bottom-up or top-down fabrication. We will show electro-optic responses in barium titanate and lithium niobate nanostructures.



ID: 393 / PL-03: 4
Sessions plénières
Keywords: quantum networks ; single photons ; nonlinear optics ; quantum frequency conversion

HOW TO CHANGE THE COLOR OF A SINGLE PHOTON (AND WHY THIS IS USEFUL FOR QUANTUM NETWORKS)

C. BECHER

Université de la Sarre, Germany

One of the major goals in quantum technologies is the realization of quantum networks. For such networks based on optical fibers, telecom links between quantum nodes will be required. We here demonstrate how nonlinear optics with single photons realizes quantum frequency converters, transducting photonic quantum bits between the the wavelength of atomic or atom-like systems and the telecom bands.



 
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