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Dr Julien Joseph Pierre Javaloyes

  • Despatx F330Tercer pisMateu Orfila i Rotger (Física)

Curriculum

Brief CV

Julien Javaloyes was born in Antibes, France in 1977. He obtained his M.Sc. in Physics at
the Ecole Normale de Lyon and the PhD in 2003 (cum laude) in Physics at the Institut Non
Linéaire de Nice working on recoil induced instabilities and self-organization processes in cold
atoms. He worked on the bifurcation analysis of delayed dynamical systems and the dynamics
of coupled semiconductor lasers at the Université Libre de Bruxelles. He then joined the
interdisciplinary physics department of the IMEDEA as a Juan de La Cierva
research Fellow where he worked on VCSEL polarization dynamics and later on semiconductor ring lasers in collaboration with the university of Glasgow where he was appointed Research Fellow in 2008. Here he developed a traveling wave modeling approach for the study of monolithic mode-locked semiconductor lasers. Finally, he joined in 2010 the Physics Department of the Universitat de les Illes Balears as a Ramón y Cajal fellow where he created a group of nonlinear wave dynamics with several other researchers. His research interests include in general laser dynamics, pattern formations and bifurcation analysis. Since 2018, he is associate professor in Photonics at the UIB. His research interests include general laser dynamics, pattern formations, time delayed systems and bifurcation analysis.

Currículum breu

 Julien Javaloyes was born in Antibes, France. He obtained his M.Sc. in Physics at the ENS Lyon and obtained a PhD in Physics at the Institut Non Linéaire de Nice / Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis where he studied the recoil induced instabilities and self organization processes occurring in cold atoms. He worked on delay induced dynamics in coupled semiconductor lasers during a postdoctoral stage in Brussels and on VCSEL polarization dynamics in Palma de Mallorca. He was a Research associate at Glasgow University where provided for the modeling of the dynamics of monolithic semiconductor diodes. He joined in 2010 the Physics Department of the Universitat de les Illes Balears as a Ramón y Cajal fellow where he is now an assistant professor. His research interests include laser dynamics, atom-light interaction modeling and applied numerical bifurcation analysis.

Teaching

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Thesis advising

Thesis advisor during the academic year 2020-21 for the following PHD programmes:

Teaching, 5 previous years

Subject Information
11290 - Laser
21015 - Differential Equations II
21028 - Experimental Physics II
21039 - Photonics: Lasers and Applications
22403 - Electromagnetism and Waves

Research

Research groups

Group Membership type
Advanced Computational Physics (ACP) Collaborator
Nonlinear waves (ONL) Member
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