THALES REASEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY (TRT)
Short description of the participating partner organization
THALES Research and Technology France (TRT-France), located in Palaiseau, is the main multidisciplinary research unit of THALES group.
THALES group provides integrated solutions and equipments to meet security requirements of government, institutional and private customers in the aerospace, defence and security markets. Through ist internal activities and scientific links with industries and universities, either in France or internationally, TRT-France is participating in the preparation of THALES industrial future in strategic R&D fields. With over 500 highly skilled staff, TRT-France’s research teams perform pioneering work in the most advanced areas of optics & optoelectronics, electronic components for microwave applications and materials, mission critical software and information systems, information and cognitive science. S&T skills, ranging from materials elaboration through component modeling, processing, testing, assembly and packaging, to integration in appropriate demonstrators, are available on site and allow full validation of the technologies investigated before their transfer to operational divisions of THALES Group.
Primary Contact Person
Dr. Loic Morvan
THALES REASEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY
1, Avenue Augustin Fresnel
Phone: +33 1 69 41 55 38
Fax: +33 1 69 41 55 52
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Short description of the participants (in alphabetical order)
Loic Morvan received a master degree of fundamental physics in 1998 from the University Paris XI (Orsay, France). He was awarded in 2006 a Ph.D. degree in optoelectronics from the University Paris XI (France). He joined Thales Research & Technology France in 2001 as research staff member. His research interests are in solid-state lasers physics for microwave photonics applications and in high resolution lidar systems.
Gregoire Pillet graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France, and from the Ecole nationale supérieure des telecommunication, Paris, France in 2007 with a Master of laser-matter interactions physics from the Ecole Polytechnique. He joined Thales Research & Technology France as a PhD student in 2006 and as a research staff member in 2009. His research interests are in solid-state lasers physics for microwave photonics applications and in high resolution lidar systems.