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Projets 2013

Oct 29, 2013
Trapping and optical control of nano-objects using metallic or dielectric nanostructured substrates

Triangle de la Physique - Theme 7, nanophotonics (equipment / operating costs)

January 2012 - December 2014


Partners :

Oct 29, 2013
Core-shell fluorescent and plasmonic nanoparticles using microemulsion assisted photoreduction technique

Project funded through the CEA (France) - IFA (Romania) agreement

October 2012 - September 2014


Partners :

  • Laboratoire de nanophotonique, CEA / saclay (Fabrice Charra)
  • Center for Surface Science and NanoTechnology, Univ. Politehnica Bucarest (Maria Mihaly)
Oct 29, 2013
Laboratoire de Nanophotonique
Active ANR projects:
SMAL'LEDSingle Molecule Architectures as Lowest-scale Light Emitting Devices

Completed ANR projects:

NANOCRISNET : A multifunctional platform for long range ordered nanocrystal networks fabrication

HAPPLE : Hybrid Anisotropic Plasmon-Photonics for Light Emission
SAMPLE : Supramolecular Architectures on Metal for Plasmonic Luminescence Enhancement
SAMIRÉ : Active probes for High Resolution Near Field Microscopy
COME-ON : Optical Control of the Motion and Organization of Nanoparticles

Oct 23, 2013

ANR-12-BSV5-0003, coordination and contact Patrick Berthault - LSDRM.

This ambitious project aims at proposing the combined use of hyperpolarized 129Xe NMR, micro-fluidics and micro-coils as an ultra sensitive biosensing tool for diagnosis purposes.

Objectives and means

The final objective of this project is to integrate all developments and discoveries in an NMR lab-on-chip type system of general applicability for various in vitro biological diagnoses on commercial NMR spectrometers.

  1. Two main properties of the noble gas will be used:
    • the extraordinary receptiveness of xenon to its local environment in terms of NMR parameters and particularly chemical shift.
    • the huge gain in sensitivity afforded by the hyperpolarization


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