A one-day workshop organized in the joint framework of ANR project COME-ON and the Nanophotonics Flagship of NanoSaclay excellence laboratoiry (LabEx)
Many research groups focus on fundamental science and applied aspects of manipulating matter by light, at the nanoscale. Towards this challenging objective, new schemes for optical tweezing have recently been demonstrated. Alternative approaches use molecular motors that are able to perform mechanical work or collectively induce controlled motion of larger objects such as nanoparticles …
What are the latest achievements in these fields, how far can we control and manipulate nano-objects optically ? The workshop will contribute to answer these questions.
The workshop was hosted by DIGITEO / Maison de la simulation on the Paris-Saclay campus (south of Paris) on December 15th (10:00-17:15).
Chair: C. Fiorini (IRAMIS, CEA/Saclay, ANR project COME-ON)
Co-chairs: E. Ishow (CEISAM, Université de Nantes, ANR project COME-ON) Y. Lassailly (PMC, Ecole Polytechnique, ANR project COME-ON), F. Charra (IRAMIS, CEA/Saclay, Nanophotonics Flagship of NanoSaclay labex)