The 2023 edition of the plenary days of this GDR will bring together for 3 days from May 24 to 26 in Dunkirk the French community working on these general themes (THz, MIR, Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies).
The GDR NanoTeraMIR aims to forge links and create exchanges between the various French research actors in the fields of THz and MIR frequencies and in nanosciences and nanotechnologies. Its scientific objective is to enrich fundamental knowledge on the physical properties of nanomaterials and nanocomponents at THz and MIR frequencies as well as to promote the emergence of new THz and MIR concepts, devices and instrumentation from nanosciences and nanotechnologies.
- Jon Gorchon (CNRS , Institut Jean Lamour, Nancy), Magnetization manipulation via THz spin currents
- Bart Kuyken (Photonics Research Group, Ghent University), integrated components for the photonics
- Lucile Rutkowski (CNRS, Institut de Physique de Rennes), Cavity enhanced infrared frequency comb spectroscopy in supersonic jets: methods and current developments
- Jean-Louis Coutaz (Professeur de physique émerite, IMEP LAHC, Université Savoie Mont Blanc), Towards sub-wavelength optical rectification terahertz imaging
- Lina Gatilova (LERMA Observatoire de Paris), Space qualified Schottky diodes MMIC for SWI instrument of JUICE mission
- Jean-Michel Manceau (CNRS, C2N, Palaiseau), Ultrafast Dynamics in Intersubband Polaritons
- Serge Bielawski (PhLAM, Université de Lille)