Michael Canva
Michael Canva
Directeur de Recherche au CNRS
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Photostability of dye molecules trapped in solid matrices
A Dubois, M Canva, A Brun, F Chaput, JP Boilot
Applied optics 35 (18), 3193-3199, 1996
Toward millions of laser pulses with pyrromethene-and perylene-doped xerogels
M Faloss, M Canva, P Georges, A Brun, F Chaput, JP Boilot
Applied Optics 36 (27), 6760-6763, 1997
Perylene-and pyrromethene-doped xerogel for a pulsed laser
M Canva, P Georges, JF Perelgritz, A Brum, F Chaput, JP Boilot
Applied Optics 34 (3), 428-431, 1995
Narrow groove plasmonic nano-gratings for surface plasmon resonance sensing
A Dhawan, M Canva, T Vo-Dinh
Optics express 19 (2), 787-813, 2011
One hundred spots parallel monitoring of DNA interactions by SPR imaging of polymer-functionalized surfaces applied to the detection of cystic fibrosis mutations
N Bassil, E Maillart, M Canva, Y Lévy, MC Millot, S Pissard, R Narwa, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 94 (3), 313-323, 2003
Magnetically textured nanoparticles in a silica gel matrix: Structural and magnetic properties
F Bentivegna, J Ferré, M Nývlt, JP Jamet, D Imhoff, M Canva, A Brun, ...
Journal of applied physics 83 (12), 7776-7788, 1998
Reverse saturable absorption in solid xerogel matrices
F Bentivegna, M Canva, P Georges, A Brun, F Chaput, L Malier, JP Boilot
Applied physics letters 62 (15), 1721-1723, 1993
Metallic film optimization in a surface plasmon resonance biosensor by the extended Rouard method
P Lecaruyer, M Canva, J Rolland
Applied Optics 46 (12), 2361-2369, 2007
Generalization of the Rouard method to an absorbing thin-film stack and application to surface plasmon resonance
P Lecaruyer, E Maillart, M Canva, J Rolland
Applied optics 45 (33), 8419-8423, 2006
Photodegradation of azobenzene nonlinear optical chromophores: the influence of structure and environment
A Galvan-Gonzalez, M Canva, GI Stegeman, L Sukhomlinova, RJ Twieg, ...
JOSA B 17 (12), 1992-2000, 2000
Surface plasmon resonance spectro-imaging sensor for biomolecular surface interaction characterization
F Bardin, A Bellemain, G Roger, M Canva
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 24 (7), 2100-2105, 2009
Reverse saturable absorption in palladium and zinc tetraphenyltetrabenzoporphyrin doped xerogels
M Brunel, F Chaput, SA Vinogradov, B Campagne, M Canva, JP Boilot, ...
Chemical physics 218 (3), 301-307, 1997
Hybrid plasmonic mode by resonant coupling of localized plasmons to propagating plasmons in a Kretschmann configuration
M Sarkar, M Besbes, J Moreau, JF Bryche, A Olivéro, G Barbillon, ...
Acs Photonics 2 (2), 237-245, 2015
New Nonlinear Sol− Gel Films Exhibiting Photorefractivity
F Chaput, D Riehl, JP Boilot, K Cargnelli, M Canva, Y Lévy, A Brun
Chemistry of materials 8 (2), 312-314, 1996
Surface plasmon resonance imaging (SPRI) system and real-time monitoring of DNA biochip for human genetic mutation diagnosis of DNA amplified samples
I Mannelli, V Courtois, P Lecaruyer, G Roger, MC Millot, M Goossens, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 119 (2), 583-591, 2006
Effect of temperature and atmospheric environment on the photodegradation of some Disperse Red 1–type polymers
A Galvan-Gonzalez, M Canva, GI Stegeman, R Twieg, TC Kowalczyk, ...
Optics letters 24 (23), 1741-1743, 1999
Wavelength dependence of 4-dimethylamino--nitrostilbene polymer thin film photodegradation
Q Zhang, M Canva, G Stegeman
Applied physics letters 73 (7), 912-914, 1998
DNA immobilisation procedures for surface plasmon resonance imaging (SPRI) based microarray systems
I Mannelli, L Lecerf, M Guerrouache, M Goossens, MC Millot, M Canva
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 22 (6), 803-809, 2007
Photodegradation of selected π-conjugated electro-optic chromophores
A Galvan-Gonzalez, KD Belfield, GI Stegeman, M Canva, SR Marder, ...
Journal of applied physics 94 (1), 756-763, 2003
Quadratic spatial soliton generation by seeded downconversion of a strong harmonic pump beam
MTG Canva, RA Fuerst, S Baboiu, GI Stegeman, G Assanto
Optics letters 22 (22), 1683-1685, 1997
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