LIDYL (UMR9222) is a research laboratory associated with three organisms: CEA, CNRS and Paris Saclay University. Its activities are focused on the fundamental processes involved in the interaction between radiation and matter.

The research projects range from attosecond electron dynamics in simple atomic and molecular systems to the reactivity of biomolecules on the millisecond time-scale, going through plasma studies.

  


Impact of Plasmon-Induced Atoms Migration in Harmonic Generation
Shi L, Nicolas R, Andrade JRC, Boutu W, Franz D, Heidenblut T, Reinhardt C, Morgner U, Merdji H et Kovacev M. - ACS Phot. 2018



Time-frequency representation of autoionization dynamics in helium
Busto D, Barreau L, Isinger M, Turconi M, Alexandridi C, Harth A, Zhong S, Squibb RJ, Kroon D, Plogmaker S, Miranda M, Jiménez-Galán Á, Argenti L, Arnold CL, Feifel R, Martín F, Gisselbrecht M, L'Huillier A and Salières P. - J. Phys. B. 2018



Adenine radicals generated in alternating AT duplexes by direct absorption of low-energy UV radiation
Banyasz A, Ketola T, Martinez-Fernandez L, Improta R and Markovitsi D. - Faraday Discuss. 2018

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