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The laboratory of condensed matter physics (LPMC) is a joint research unit (UMR 7336) headed by the University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis and the CNRS.

It is associated with two CNRS institutes, namely the INstitute of Physics (main association) and the INstitute of Engineering and System Sciences (secondary association).

The research programs depend on sections 05 and 08 of the National Committee of Scientific Research, and on sections 28, 30 and 63 of the National Council of the Universities.

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Quantum Optics Quantum Communication Microfabrication Open systems Nature de la science Thulium And optical spatio-temporal dynamics Kinetics Crystallization Optical fibres Silica Cladding pumping Waveguides Irradiation Optique intégrée Tight-binding model École primaire Fluorescence Citoyenneté Hydrogel Polarization Entanglement Erbium École maternelle Colloidal suspensions Composites Science-fiction Optical fibers Jamming Fibres optiques Communication quantique Fiber lasers Electronic interactions Ti3SiC2 Integrated optics Confinement loss Viscosity Fibers Yield stress Microwave cavity Dosimetry Magnetorheology Propagation Ceramics Chaos ondulatoire Single-mode fibre Quantum information Rhéologie Cristallisation Silice Thermoluminescence Robert Heinlein Integrated Optics Reverberation chamber Intrication Optical fiber Absorption Suspensions Quantum optics Atomic force microscopy Rheology Fibre optique Bending loss Guided-wave Optics Cold Atoms AlN Radiation Magnetic fluids Large-mode-area-fibre Quantum chaos Luminescence Adsorption Microstructure Discontinuous shear thickening Microwave experiments Random matrix theory Elasticity Nonlinear Optics Nanoparticules Modelling Démarche d'investigation Quantum communication Proton exchange Spectroscopy Nanoparticles Nonlinear optics Wave chaos Magnetic separation Ions Phase transition Artificial graphene Ytterbium Sépiolite Leakage loss Cavitation Solitons Optical waveguides Birefringence Defects Lithium niobate Entanglement