Photonics, Lasers and Imaging University of Bordeaux
This course deals with the Photonics field based on spectroscopiccharacterization of objects, molecules and materials with opticalproperties. It introduces the laser as a source but also as a tool forcreating or modifying these properties. The notion of imagery isexposed through micro-Raman, nano-Raman characterization ormicro-luminescence for mapping these objects.
- Students must have followed courses from the Master (Year 1) in“Spectroscopy” and "Theory of chemical bond".
> First session: - Continuous evaluation (practical, written examination, oralporject) (50% weight of overall mark), - Final written exam (50% weight of overall mark).> Second Session (in case of failure): - Written or oralll examination exam (50% weight of overall mark), - Recall of the continuous evaluation (50% weight of overall mark).
The various aspects discussed in thiscourse will be illustratedthrough applications such as information storage,lighting,amplification, telecommunications and sensors.Two practical sessionswill allow students tounderstand the laser tool and develop a criticaleye on the experimentalconditions and validity of the data acquired.
> Lectures, tutorials and practicals. > 154 hours: - 51 contact hours (45 hours lectures/tutorials, 6 hours practicals insynchrotron national lab facilities). - 100 hours self-study. - 3 hours written assessment exam. > Written and oral assessment
Online Course Requirement
> REFERENCE BOOKS: - E.C. Le Ru and P.G. Etchegoin, Principles of Surface-Enhanced RamanSpectroscopy and related plasmonic effects, Elsevier (2009). - S. Kawata et V.M. Shalaev, Tip Enhancement, dans Advances inNano-Optics and Nano-Photonics, Elsevier (2007). - T. Verbiest, K. Clays, V. Rodriguez, Second-order nonlinear opticalcharacterizations techniques: An introduction, CRC Press New York(2009). - G. Blasse, B.C. Grabmaier, Luminescent materials, Springer-VerlagBerlin Heidelberg (1994). - P. Caro, Structure électronique des éléments de transition,l'atome dans le cristal, Presses universitaires de France, collectionsup (1976). - B.G. Wybourne, Spectroscopic properties of rare earths,Interscience publisher (1965). - N.V. Tkachenko, Optical spectroscopy Methods and Instrumentations,Elsevier (2006).> This course is part of the Erasmus Mundus Master FAME (FunctionalAdvanced Materials Engineering)_ a_nd the EIT-labelled Master AMIS(AdvancedMaterials for Innovation and Sustainability).Duration: 12 weeksLanguage of instruction: EnglishMode of delivery: Face-to-face teaching: lectures, tutorials, practical work.
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Véronique Jubera firstname.lastname@example.org Vincent Rodriguez email@example.com Sébastien Bonhommeau firstname.lastname@example.org Corinne Jalibert email@example.com