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.


Isochoric heating and strong blast wave formation driven by fast electrons in solid-density targets
Santos JJ, Vauzour B, Touati M, Gremillet L, Feugeas J-L, Ceccotti T, Bouillaud R, Deneuville F, Floquet V, Fourment C, Hadj-Bachir M, Hulin S, Morace A, Nicolaï P, d’Oliveira P, Reau F, Samaké A, Tcherbakoff O, Tikhonchuk VT, Veltcheva M and Batani D. - New J. Phys. 2017

Investigating the origin of third harmonic generation from diabolo optical antennas
Shi L, Andrade JRC, Kim H, Han S, Nicolas R, Franz D, Boutu W, Heidenblut T, Segerink FB, Bastiaens B, Merdji H, Kim S-W, Morgner U and Kovačev M. - Appl. Phys. Lett. 2017

Electronic-state interference in the C1s excitation and decay of methyl chloride studied by angularly resolved Auger spectroscopy
Nandi S, Nicolas C, Artemyev AN, Novikovskiy NM, Miron C, Bozek JD and Demekhin PV. - Phys. Rev. A. 2017

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