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The University Claude Bernard Lyon 1 delivers highquality education and research excellence within an attractive environment. Its international reach extends through the fields of science, technology, health and sport. Lyon 1 is also a university that is committed to support, creation and sharing with respect to everyone within its community.
With 62 laboratories and more than 5,600 publications per year, Lyon 1 contributes to scientific progress in numerous fields: health, mathematics, IT, physics, chemistry, earth and space sciences, life sciences, etc. Creator of emerging knowledge and new technologies, the University is consolidating its research excellence on a global level by developing inter- and multidisciplinary approaches targeting the major challenges facing society today.
The Institute for Light and Matter (Institut Lumière Matière - iLM) is a joint CNRS-University of Lyon 1 research unit located on the Lyon Tech La Doua campus. With approximately 300 employees, including a hundred doctoral students, iLM is a major player in physics and chemistry research in the Auvergne Rhône Alpes region, internationally recognized for the excellence of its research. Fundamental research, responses to major societal challenges and innovation are at the heart of the unit's approach.

UCBL is in charge of the overall scientific coordination of the project, and relies on its subsidiary Lyon Ingénierie Projets (LIP) for  the administrative, financial and legal project management.  

Principal Investigators:

VL2Dr. Vladimir Lysenko, CNRS Researcher, member of Light-Matter Institute (ILM, UMR-5306), co-author of more than 120 scientific articles and 13 patents. His scientific profile concerns elaboration, spectroscopic studies of physico-chemical properties and multi-disciplinary applications of the IVth group nanomaterials. In this project Vladimir Lysenko will participate in physico-chemical characterization of the carbon-based nanohybrides and their theranostic application.



OTProf. Olivier Tillement, member of Light-Matter Institute (ILM, UMR-5306). He is the leader of the Fennec team which is an interdisciplinary research group involved in synthesis of nanohybrid materials and, more specifically, in the development of multi-modal particles for nanomedicine. He is a leading chemist expert in nanotechnologies and the CSO of NH TherAguix company. Olivier Tillement is the author of more than 200 publications and 30 patents. He is an alumni from the Ecole Normale Supérieure Ulm-Paris, doctor in chemistry from Paris VI, and participated at the creation of 6 Start-Up companies. In this project Olivier Tillement will ensure general coordination and scientific supervision of the whole project.

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Concentration dependence of excitation/emission maps of colloidal carbon nanodots