Laser nanostructuration and optoelectronic devices
Advances in the comprehension of the light/matter interaction,
together with improved control of light beams (providing ultrafast
pulses or sub-diffraction limit focalization) enabled the fabrication
of micro- and nano-structures by optical means. In the NOMPOM team we
associate several of such techniques in the fabrication of integrated
optic and optoelectronic devices. Approaches such as non-linear
interaction, UV direct laser writing and quasi-solitonic propagation
are available on our experimental setups. We operate in organics such
as photopolymers, non linear optical molecules, organics/inorganics
hybrids to demonstrate new ways for the processing and structuring of
these materials. Aiming for an even higher precision in optical
nanopatterning, we explore the possibilities opened by the association
of non linear optical interaction and scanning near field microscopy
to further progress toward the ultimate resolution.
Transparent and conductive ITO grid on glass substrate obtained by direct laser writing using the hybrid organic/inorganic precursor developed by RBnano company.