The optics and laser department is the carrier of an Interreg project called "FireDrone" which consists in developing embedded metrology on a Drone to characterize the soot particles produced during fires.
A recent article of Actu Normandie presents the project!
Distinguished papers are selected biennially from among the scientific papers presented during the International Symposium on Combustion and accepted for publication in the Proceedings of The Combustion Institute. One paper is selected for each represented colloquium as the most distinguished in quality, achievement, and significance.
Remarkable results obtained by CORIA researchers in collaboration with GPM researchers have just been published in Science Advances! These results stem from a long-standing collaboration between the CORIA's optics and lasers department (A. Hideur) and the GPM's ERIS group (A. Vella) and deal with the coupling of ultrafast terahertz pulses with an a tomographic atom probe.
On the occasion of the French Aerosol Congress 2021, José Morán, a PhD student at CORIA laboratory, received the prestigious Jean Bricard prize for his thesis work on "the improvement of numerical simulation of soot aerosol formation in flames".
An article recently published in "Journal of Aerosol Science" by a CORIA team was chosen by the editor of the journal to illustrate the contents of volume 151 on the cover page.