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Habilitation à diriger des recherches

Interaction lumière - matière : diffusion de photons sur des systèmes fermioniques

Abstract : Solid state physics can be approached from various angles and is naturally strongly linked to materials research and therefore technological development that may arise. However, before reaching potential applications, it is of paramount importance to understand the basic characteristics of solids and being able to interpret their features in terms of theo- retical models to eventually master them. Spectroscopic techniques based on inelastic scattering of photons, such as Raman, have been known for nearly a century and the recent developments in optics and light sources bring them to the forefront of experimental tools to investigate the elementary excitations at play in solids. The present report summarizes the activities I have developed, since gaining my PhD, in the field of light-matter interaction, and, more precisely, on modelling and interpreting absorption and inelastic light scattering spectra on strongly correlated systems.
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François Vernay. Interaction lumière - matière : diffusion de photons sur des systèmes fermioniques. Physique [physics]. Université de Perpignan Via Domitia, 2015. ⟨tel-01213373⟩



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