International PhD Academy
May 2-6, 2022
The 21st century is frequently termed the "century of light". Light sciences and technologies drive research in physics, chemistry, biology and engineering. It is often said that, “if technology in the 20th century was led by the discovery of the electron and the development of electronics, then the 21st century will be led by technologies relying on photons and the development of photonics”.
This PhD Academy aims at giving a broad overview of modern optics and its applications (i.e. photonics) in various fields involving the exploration of matter, the design of original devices involving light (e.g. imaging and medical set-ups, optical communications) and their applications in analytical sciences (e.g. microscopy, spectroscopies), healthcare, manufacture and arts. The course will concentrate on the transversality of the issues addressed and emphasize how the various perspectives to use light have enhanced creativity and innovation of the design of new devices based on light-matter interaction and have contributed to a better understanding of the physical phenomena underlying these effects.
This PhD Academy will be led by:
- University of Bordeaux, France
- Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Canada
- Ludwig Maximilians Universität, Germany
Laurent Servant, University of Bordeaux, Scientific coordinator
Lionel Canioni, University of Bordeaux, Scientific coordinator
Brahim Lounis, University of Bordeaux, Scientific coordinator
Arnaud Prouzeau, University of Bordeaux/INRIA
Edouard Gerbaud, University of Bordeaux/CHU
Jean-Claude Kieffer, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS)
François Légaré, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS)
Fabio Boschini, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS)
Paolo Prosposito, Tor Vergata University of Rome
Maarten Roeffaers, KU Leuven
Alessandro Farini, National Research Council of Italy (CNR)
Andrea Filippetti, National Research Council of Italy (CNR)
Fabio Peron, Iuav University of Venice
Alessandra Fornetti, VIU - TEN Program on Sustainability
Ilda Mannino, VIU - TEN Program on Sustainability
Neil Maiden, CITY University of London
- History of light and light imaging
- Light and healthcare
- Extreme light: low and high energy light
- Technology of light: nano-photonics and photonics devices
- Art and light
- The role of light in augmented reality
- Light in urban planning
- Security and environmental protection
- Transversal skills for academic careers
Who can apply?
This PhD Academy is offered to PhD students, post-docs and young researchers in sciences, physics, chemistry, biology, health sciences, art and architecture, archeology.
This PhD Academy is a postponed 2020 activity. Applications are currently closed, however, should any places become available, a new call for applications will be opened.
For further information: please download the Brochure and the Program or write to: email@example.com
As the COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing, VIU will continue to monitor the situation; should it prevent international travel or the confirmation of the program on campus as scheduled, other practicable solutions will be evaluated. Applicants and confirmed participants will be informed of any changes.