Noise-assisted nonlinear dynamics in optomechanics with a versatile system whose central element is a suspended photonic crystal membrane including an optical cavity. These simple or coupled nano-opto-electro-mechanical resonators can be used as a basic system to pursue three main goals: stochastic amplification, noise-enhanced synchronization between coupled or uncoupled resonators, and chaos.
For a few years, the ecological transition processes called in the various socio-economic sectors of our society are generating institutional as well as spatial transformations and contributing to the
The DERMIC project aims to study the potential of new solvents from renewable resources, deep eutectic solvents, for the development of microalgae biorefinery schemes. The goal being the valorization of polar and apolar metabolites of 3 biomasses, by proposing in a reduced number of steps, a maximum of ready-to-use ingredients for the cosmetic industries.
Silicon photonics is expected to have a major impact for the development of mid-infrared photonics by leveraging the reliable and high-volume fabrication technologies already developed for microelectr
The project Mathematical Physics: mathematics for modern Mathematical Physics (PhyMaths) is a French-Russian project in abstract science. It is made of a French team coordinated by Pascal Hubert and a
Neural stem cells (NSCs) have the capacity to generate neurons and glia in the intact and injured brain. Progressive changes in NSCs accompany aging, contributing to an inevitable decline in regenerat
The application of deep penetration laser welding of copper materials is limited by instabilities occurring at the vapour capillary and within the melt pool. Up to now, complex countermeasures, such a
identifying GENetic factOrs influencing the development of VAScular aneurysms in autosomal dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease – GENOVAS-PKD
Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) is the most common hereditary kidney disease, with an estimated prevalence of ~1 in 1000 to 1 in 2500 individuals. Its course is characterized by t
iReelAx: Interspecies analysis of Reelin Functions in Circuit Wiring and Neurodevelopmental Disorders – iReelAx
Reelin (Reln) is an extracellular matrix protein that has been involved in multiple steps of brain development including neuronal migration, dendritic arborization and synaptogenesis. In humans, homoz
Handwriting disorders (termed dysgraphia) are a far from a singular problem as nearly 6% of children between 5 and 11 years in France is considered dysgraphic. Moreover, research highlights the fundam