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PHOTONIC ADVANCED MATERIALS: PHAMA 2.0-CM

 


Bringing together dissimilar approaches to a common problem usually creates new paradigms, that not only clear current roadblocks but open unexpected avenues that lead to new challenges and solutions.

 

This programme proposes to join the forces of nine teams and one REDLAB Laboratory from the Madrid Community and several from abroad with a long, successful record in research on fundamental physics or chemistry, as well as on materials science and technology (fabrication, processing etc.), to construct new hybrid systems and (nano-) structures aiming at controlling the generation and transport of light in both linear and nonlinear regimes.