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Films Industriels avancés pour le contrôle de la polarisation et la détection amplifiée dans l'IR

Abstract : Large-scale surface nanostructuring is a major challenge for nanotechnologies. This PhD was conducted within the frame of the joint laboratoiry In-Fine between UTT and SURYS specialized in identification optical devices. In-Fine aims at promoting the emergence of new products from skills in nanotechnology and transposable to the nanostructuring of industrial polymer films and the diversification of activities into new applications. Two scientific objectives were here pursued and achieved: 1) Develop a technique for manufacturing discontinuous nanostructures on a large scale on flexible polymer substrates. Nano-printing lithography (NIL) and metal angled deposition were sufficient to obtain these nanostructures. 2) Validate discontinuous nanostructures for new functionalities sucah as multispectral polarization control, IR optical detection or field confinement based on resonant structures (planar cavity effect). This work was developed, based on a comprehensive approach including design and conception, manufacturing and characterization and finally functional validation.
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Sania Chibly. Films Industriels avancés pour le contrôle de la polarisation et la détection amplifiée dans l'IR. Optique / photonique. Université de technologie de Troyes, 2020. Français. ⟨tel-03440730⟩

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