Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire de Physique (LIPhy), UMR CNRS 5588 Category: Research or metrology institute

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Workforce: 5with: 4 permanents, 1 non-permanent


The LIPhy's team u0022Laser Molecule and Environmentu0022 has a well-established activity in experimental techniques for molecular spectroscopy (CRDS, ML-CEAS, dual-comb spectroscopy...), with important applications in the fields of atmospheric sciences, planetology and geoscience. Our laboratory data are compiled in international databases that are widely used for atmosphere modeling (e.g. radiative transfer), as a support for space missions, and for applications in trace gas analysis (pollutants, isotopic ratio,...). In order to respond to the growing needs in these domains, it is necessary to master the acquisition of spectral profiles both along the Y axis (absorption) and along the X axis (optical frequency).
The latter requires a resolution at the 10
. In addition to these
level and an accuracy at 10
activities, other topics at LIPhy also relate to time-frequency issues, such as the generation of low-jitter pulse trains by temporal Talbot effect, multi-heterodyne interferometry with
acousto-optic optical frequency combs, and heterodyne stellar interferometry.

Contribution to:
Nous sommes impliqués dans l'Equipex REFIMEVE+ et émargeons à des financements du CNES en support aux missions spatiales MERLIN et MicroCarb. Une ANR (AAP Astrid/DGA, projet TAPAS) est en cours sur les lasers à effet Talbot (Partenaires : Thales TRT et l'IES-Montpellier). Une thèse vient de démarrer en collaboration avec l'IPAG, sur l'interférométrie stellaire hétérodyne.

International collaborations:
Collaboration par thèse en co-tutelle sur la spectroscopie haute précision avec l'université de Torun, Pologne.

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