LAboratoire de Spectrochimie Infrarouge et Raman – UMR 8516
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LASIR is specialized in the study of complex physico-chemical systems using advanced molecular spectroscopic techniques (Raman, IR, UV-vis, luminescence, EPR, NMR …) and modeling methods (quantum chemistry, molecular dynamics, chemometrics). It has a variety of high-tech spectroscopy platforms dedicated to academic and partnership research. Read more


SON2016 - Workshop of the Neutronic and Optical Spectroscopy subdivision

The Neutronic and optical spectroscopy subdivision of the DCP organises its first workshop SON2016 On the 7 and 8 of June 2016, it will take place at the CERLA at the University of Lille – Science and technology, Villeneuve d'Ascq This first worshop will ...

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Towards the emergence of an international laboratory between France and Japan in photochemistry

Within the framework of the GDRI PHENICS (international group of research "Photo-switchableE orgaNIC molecular systems & deviceS"), French and Japanese teams collaborate for more than 10 years on the development of innovative photo-functional (nano)materials with photochromium molecules. To strengthen ...

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The LASIR prize-winner of the call for projects Défi Imag'In 2016
of the CNRS interdisciplinarity mission

The Qnanoscopy project, carried by the laboratory, is centered on the development of quantitative methods of treatment and analysis of images for the non-conventional modalities of imaging, in particular the imaging of fluorescence of unique molecules and the 3D tomography. ...

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An efficient RuII-RhIII-RuII polypyridyl photocatalyst for visible-light-driven hydrogen production in aqueous solution

T. Stoll, M. Gennari, J. Fortage, C.E. Castillo, M. Rebarz, M. Sliwa, O. Poizat, F. Odobel, A. Deronzier, M.N. Collomb

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 53 (2014) 1654 - 1658