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Visiting professors

      • June 2023, April – May 2022, Oct. 2021, Sept. 2020, Nov. 2019, July 2019, June – July 2018, June – July 2017,Oct. – Nov. 2016, Aug. 2015, Jan. – March  2013 – 2014

  • Christopher Bidinosti (University of Winnipeg – Canada)



      • July – Aug. 2023, July – Aug. 2022, July – Aug. 2021, Nov. – Dec. 2020

          Marie Abboud Mehanna (Saint Joseph University of Beirut, Lebanon)




      • Feb. – July, 2022
        Titouan GADEYNE (Ecole Normale Supérieure; M2)
        Probing nuclear spin self-orientation in ³He gas discharges.
      • June – July, 2021 
        Wei LECONG (Sorbonne University: L3)
        Magnetic field measurements in a low-field MRI system
      • June – Aug., 2020
        Katia HO-SAKATA (Univ. de Paris Diderot; M1)
        Influence of concomittant RF fields on image quality in low field MRI.
      • Feb. – June, 2020
        Christiane Najm (Saint Joseph Univ./Univ. Bretagne Occidentale; M2)
        Laser spectroscopy of the first excited levels of triplet-state He.
      • May – July, 2019
        Charlie Kersuzan (Sorbonne Univ., M1)
        Laser spectroscopy of He in rf gas gas discharges.
      • May – June, 2019
        Selma Henader (Sorbonne Univ., M1)
        Annular beam shaping of an infrared laser beam.
      • June – July, 2017
        Alexandre Klein (ENS Lyon, L3)
        Evidence of alignment-to-orientation conversion in gaseous Helium.
      • April – June, 2017
        Jérôme Bouton (UPMC, M1)
        NMR dynamics in polarised ³He : experimental versus numerical data.
      • May – June, 2017
        Sofiane Ait-Ouarab (UPMC, M1)
        Collision-induced excitation transfer between 2³P sublevels in ³He gas.
      • May – August, 2016
        Geoffroy De Laitre (PHELMA, M1)
        Towards optical pumping of helium-3 at low temperature.
      • May – June, 2016
        Modestin Sandjon (UPMC, M1)
        Implementation of Arduino microcontrollers in low-field NMR experiments.
      • March – September, 2016
        Asmâa Agouzoul (Univ. de Reims Champagne-Ardennes, M2)
        Yann Kergutuil (Univ. de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, M2)
        Lattice simulations in NMR: CPU versus GPU.
        Supported by the Institute for Computing and Simulation (ICS@SU, Sorbonne Universités).
      • March – June, 2016
        Vittorio Fossati (UPMC, M1)
        Spectroscopic studies in helium gas discharges.
      • January, 2016
        Ami Dramé and Janice Ronel (UPMC, L3)
        NMR and MRI at low magnetic field.

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