Project-team

ATLANTIS

modeling and numerical methods for computATionaL wave-mAtter iNteracTIons at the nanoScale
modeling and numerical methods for computATionaL wave-mAtter iNteracTIons at the nanoScale

ATLANTIS is a joint project-team between Inria, CNRS and Université  Côte  d'Azur thanks  to  its association   with   the  J.A.   Dieudonné Mathematics  Laboratory (UMR  7351).  Our  research  activities aim  at the  design, analysis,   development   and    application   of   advanced computational techniques for systems of partial differential equations (PDEs) modeling nanoscale light-matter interaction problems.    The   corresponding    science,   referred   to as  nanophotonics,   aims  at   exploiting  nanoscale light-matter interactions to  achieve an unprecedented level  of  control  on  light.  Nanophotonics  encompasses  a  wide variety of topics  including metamaterials, plasmonics, high resolution  imaging,  quantum nanophotonics  and  functional photonic  materials.    We  study  concrete   questions  and applications  that are  linked to  specific physical  fields that  we consider  in close  collaboration with  physicists.

Centre(s) inria
Sophia
In partnership with
CNRS,Université Côte d'Azur

Members

Stéphane Lanteri

Team leader

Montserrat Argente

Team assistant