Myriam Boduelle research visit

The researcher Myriam Boduelle, a doctoral student at the Université Grenoble Alpes, carries out a two-week experimental campaign at the ALF group’s Laser Laboratory. Myriam, directed by Professor Guillermo Martin, works on the development of optical devices applied to astrophotonics, to obtain detectors and miniaturized optical equipment that can be integrated into aerospace missions. During

Published the list of winners of the VI Photo Contest “Dia de la Luz”

On the occasion of the celebration on May 16 of the International Day of Light, the list of winners of the IV “Day of Light” Photographic Contest organized by the Master’s Degree in Physics and Technology of Lasers (USAL – UVA) has been published. These  entities and organizations also collaborate: the ATTOSTRUCTURA project (funded by

Cover in the Spanish magazine of physics

The Spanish Journal of Physics carries on the cover of its most recent issue (Vol 36, No (2022)) the illustration by Alba de las Heras in which it is represented the generation of ultraviolet light laser beams with a double structure: vectorial by its azimuthal polarization distribution, and vortex by its transverse phase distribution These

High fashion jewelry in non-linear optics

Sterling silver jewelry, rose gold with exclusive designs, rings, earrings, bracelets… made out of light? Like a high fashion jewelry workshop, the Laser and Photonics Applications research group of the University of Salamanca (ALF-USAL) focuses its efforts on designing light jewels through non-linear optics. Jewels, not only for their beauty in the form of high-frequency

IV Photo Contest “Day of Light”

On the occasion of the proclamation of May 16 as “International Day of Light and Light-Based Technologies” by the United Nations Organization, the Master’s Degree in Laser Physics and Technology” announces the IV edition of the Photo Contest “Day of the light”. In the organization of the contest and formation of the jury participate: the

Jila Press Release – A Necklace Made of Doughnuts

Our friends and frequent collaborators from JILA (University of Colorado) echo the paper “Necklace-structured high-harmonic generation for low-divergence, soft x-ray harmonic combs with tunable line spacing” recently published in ScienceAdvances. You can read his review at the following link: More information at: Rego, L., Brooks, N. J., Nguyen, Q. L. D., San Roman, J.,