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General France

Women In Science: Laetitia Pradere

Laetitia Pradere works at Groupe PSA as team leader in the field of photonics, electronics and embedded software. Her participation in PHENOmenon is giving her "more expertise in nanotechnologies and in multinational collaborative projects".

General United Kingdom

Women in Science: Charlotte Harrison

Charlotte Harrison works as Principal Engineer in FlexEnable. it was during an internship within a research department that she realized she wanted to pursue a career in science.

General Mexico

Young Minds: Luis Adrián Pérez Covarrubias

Luis Adrián Pérez has an engineering degree in Nanotechnology. His desire to learn more about the relation matter-light, made that he moved from Mexico to Europe. At present, he is doing a PhD at IMT Atlantique, working on the PHENOmenon project.

General France

Women in Science: Maïna Sinou

Maïna Sinou works as Research Engineer in the optic and micro-waves departments at IMT Atlantique. Within the PHENOmenon Project she makes and develop new type of diffractive optics elements.

General France

Young Minds: Anne Desponds

Anne Desponds studied chemical engineering at the school of chemistry in Lille. Now, she is realizing her PhD within the PHENOmenon project at Le Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS).

General SMS 2019 5th Smart Materials & Surfaces conference - Lisbon

Optically Engineered Surfaces - Manufacturing of 3D nanostructured optics

PHENOmenon organized a Focus Seminar on Optically Engineered Surfaces and their manufacturing, as a parallel activity within the SMS 2019 conference in Lisbon.

General Spain

Women in Science: Sara M. Vidal Álvarez

Sara Vidal obtained her Physics Bachelor in Salamanca University and later a M.S. degree in Photonics and Lasers in Santiago de Compostela University. Currently, she is working in AIMEN Technology Centre, as part of the Laser Microprocessing group.