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Julien Claudon

Phone: 04 38 78 49 84
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ORCID profile (identifier: 0000-0003-3626-3630)
RESEARCHERID profile (identifier: C-5611-2017)
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Permanent researcher at CEA (since Dec. 2006)

Current research interests
Semiconductor self-assembled quantum dots (InAs/GaAs) constitute the workhorse of my research. At cryogenic temperature, such solid-state mesoscopic artificial atoms feature remarkable optical properties. In a nutshell, I integrate quantum dots (QDs) into structured electromagnetic environments aimed at controlling their spontaneous emission. The research combines fundamental aspects (control of light-matter interaction) with the realisation of advanced optoelectronic devices (sources of non-classical states of light, low-threshold microlasers). More recently, I got interested in the application of mechanical stress on QDs, both in the dynamical and static regimes. I have a strong interest both in device fabrication and optical spectroscopy. I also develop analytical or semi-analytical models, to complement numerical simulations, performed in-house or in collaboration with international experts (N. Gregersen and P. Lalanne for Nanophotonics).

Publications and talks (as of February 2017)
41 articles in peer-reviewed, periodic international journals; 4 issued patents. Full list here.
28 talks in Conferences and Workshops (including 16 invited talks); 2 invited lectures and 8 seminars. My complete list of oral communications can be found here.

My Habilitation thesis (2014) "Photonic wire antennas: basic concepts and applications to quantum optics" can be downloaded here (the document is mostly written in English).
My PhD thesis (2005) on the coherent manipulation of a Josephson superconducting circuit can be found here (in French).

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