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Laser Processing Group  
Group description:
The activity of the Laser Processing Group (LPG) focuses on the study of both fundamental and applied aspects of laser-matter interaction aiming at discovering, understanding and controlling laser-matter interaction phenomena down to the nanometer (spatial) and femtosecond (temporal) scales. As a result, we perform internationally relevant research in the fields of photonics, nanotechnology and ultrafast science. The LPG uses state-of-the-art, laser-based technologies and innovative approaches for the production of nano- and meta-materials and innovative and ultrafast processing methods. These are aimed at producing improved materials and devices. The different applications addressed include photonics/ICTs (waveguide integrated lasers or amplifiers, solid state lightening devices, …), sensors (tailored nanostructures for SERS, multifunctional 3D self-organized nanostructures) and fluidics/tribology applications based on biomimetics or self-organization phenomena.
Contact Information:
Investigadores de plantilla / Research staff:
Javier Solís:
Rosalía Serna:
José Gonzalo de los Reyes:
Jan Siegel:
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Associated Staff
- Martínez Orts, Mónica
- Mariscal Jimenez, Antonio
- Cabello Pardos, Mª Pilar Fátima
- Fuentes Edfuf, Yasser
- García Leis, Adianez
- García Pardo, Marina
- Gonzalo de los Reyes, José
- Dias Ponte, Antonio
- Solís Céspedes, Francisco Javier
- Siegel, Jan
- Serna Galán, Rosalía
- Florian Barón, Camilo
- Moreno Zárate, Pedro
- Soria Hernández, Esther
The institute announces the first call for the new FOTON awards

IO takes part in the national Nanoscience and Technology festival

Bespoke photonic devices using ultrafast laser driven ion migration in glasses

Javier Solís, new member of the Royal Academy of Sciences of Zaragoza

Introductory video-presentation of Optics Institute 2015

Ultrafast Lasers: Progress in I+D and Industry Applications

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