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.

  


Real-time observation of X-ray-induced intramolecular and interatomic electronic decay in CH2I2
Fukuzawa H, Takanashi T, Kukk E, Motomura K, Wada S-i, Nagaya K, Ito Y, Nishiyama T, Nicolas C, Kumagai Y, Iablonskyi D, Mondal S, Tachibana T, You D, Yamada S, Sakakibara Y, Asa K, Sato Y, Sakai T, Matsunami K, Umemoto T, Kariyazono K, Kajimoto S, Sotome H, Johnsson P, Schöffler MS, Kastirke G, Kooser K, Liu X-J, Asavei T, Neagu L, Molodtsov S, Ochiai K, Kanno M, Yamazaki K, Owada S, Ogawa K, Katayama T, Togashi T, Tono K, Yabashi M, Ghosh A, Gokhberg K, Cederbaum LS, Kuleff AI, Fukumura H, Kishimoto N, Rudenko A, Miron C, Kono H and Ueda K. - Nat. Comm. 2019



Importance of radiolytic reactions during high-LET irradiation modalities: LET effect, role of O2 and radiosensitization by nanoparticles
Baldacchino G, Brun E, Denden I, Bouhadoun S, Roux R, Khodja H and Sicard-Roselli C. - Cancer Nano. 2019



Computed stereo lensless X-ray imaging
Duarte J, Cassin R, Huijts J, Iwan B, Fortuna F, Delbecq L, Chapman H, Fajardo M, Kovacev M, Boutu W and Merdji H. - Nat. Photon. 2019

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