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Barchiesi, Dominique

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Works: 30 works in 51 publications in 2 languages and 498 library holdings
Roles: Author, Other, Opponent, Thesis advisor
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Most widely held works by Dominique Barchiesi
Mesure physique et instrumentation analyse statistique et spectrale des mesures, capteurs by Dominique Barchiesi( Book )

6 editions published between 2003 and 2010 in French and held by 207 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ondes et matière : physique de la matière, électromagnétisme, interactions rayonnement-matière by Dominique Barchiesi( Book )

2 editions published in 2007 in French and held by 68 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Comprendre la physique en expérimentant : capes de physique-chimie et physique appliquée by Dominique Barchiesi( Book )

4 editions published in 1997 in French and held by 59 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Optique : cours, exercices corrigés et problèmes résolus posés aux concours (1961-1998) by Dominique Barchiesi( Book )

4 editions published in 1998 in French and held by 59 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Initiation à l'optimisation : métaheuristiques : problèmes à variables continues by Sameh Kessentini( Book )

1 edition published in 2020 in French and held by 50 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La 4e de couverture indique : "Les métaheuristiques sont parmi les méthodes d'optimisation les plus faciles à mettre en oeuvre pour trouver la solution à des problèmes difficiles, voire impossibles, à résoudre directement, en s'inspirant de phénomènes issus de la nature et des sciences. Douze méthodes avec variantes sont présentées et les codes en Matlab/GNU octave sont donnés : GA (génétique), DE (évolution différentielle), BBO (biogéographie), RS (recuit simulé), GSO (Gravitationnel), CRO (réaction chimique), PSO (essaim de particules), LUC (lucioles), ABC (colonies d'abeilles artificielles), GWO (loup gris), ACO (colonies de fourmis), BSO (brainstorming). Elles sont caractérisées, comparées et les outils fournis permettent de les combiner, les modifier ad libitum afin de les adapter à des problèmes réels. Des applications à la thermique, l'électronique, l'agriculture, la mécanique permettent d'étendre leur domaine d'application. En particulier, les méthodes d'optimisation peuvent servir à la résolution de problème inverse, à la propagation d'incertitudes et à l'ajustement de modèle à des résultats expérimentaux."
Chapter Nanostructured Biosensors Influence of Adhesion Layer, Roughness and Size on the LSPR: A Parametric Study by Sameh Kessentini( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Numerical Optimization of Plasmonic Biosensors by Dominique Barchiesi( )

2 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Numerical Optimization of Plasmonic Biosensors
Optimisation de nanostructures plasmoniques pour la détection et la caractérisation structurelle des protéines par Diffusion Raman Exaltée de Surface by Maximilien Cottat( Book )

3 editions published in 2014 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Proteins play an important role in cells via their enzymatic activity and the irinteractions. Their functions are mainly based on the protein structure. In order to detect their presence and to characterize their structure, we used optical properties of nanostructures. The localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR), as well as the surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS), allowed us to detect various proteins. We also optimized nanostructures to build a sensitive, reproducible and specific biosensor based on SERS. Indeed, specific detection of one pathological biomarker, the Manganese Super Oxide Dismutase (MnSOD) protein, was investigated by using optically optimized and aptamer-functionalized nanostructures. Using this system, we were able to detect the MnSOD at physiological concentration in body fluids, such as serum and saliva. Finally, the structural study of the Spleen Tyrosine kinase (Syk) protein by SERS, allowed us to demonstrate that its structure varied with its phosphorylation levels. A complementary Western Blot analysis showed that the Syk kinase activity depended also on its phosphorylation state, meaning that the structure and the activity of Syk were linked. Altogether, these data contributed to a better understanding of the interface between physics and biology
Study of Toxicity of Nanoparticles in Biological Media by Sadequa Sultana( Book )

2 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les nanoparticules d'or (NPO) sont d'un grand intérêt pour de nombreuses applications en nanomédecine (en particulier pour l'imagerie, la détection de pathologies, la délivrance de médicaments ou la thérapie photothermique) en raison de leurs propriétés physiques et chimiques. Pour toutes ces applications, une meilleure compréhension de l'interaction des NPO avec les biomolécules et leur absorption dans les cellules est d'une importance primoridale. Ainsi, l'objectif principal de cette thèse était d'étudier la toxicité des NPO dans les milieux biologiques en fonction de leurs tailles, leurs formes et leurs chimies de surface. Des études de cytotoxicité sur des cellules humaines ont été réalisées in vitro, en présence de six types différents de NPO de forme sphérique et de nano-fleur. Nous avons comparé les effets cytotoxiques et montré qu'ils étaient largement supérieurs pour les NPO en forme de nano-fleur par rapport au NPO sphériques. En outre, nous avons mis en place un système de corrélation de spectroscopie de fluorescence (CSF). La sensibilité, la résolution et les principaux paramètres du système ont été déterminés lors de sa caractérisation. La CSF a ensuite été utilisée pour caractériser des NPO fluorescentes fabriquées pour des applications biomédicales. Nous avons également caractérisé la diffusion de Mitotracker, un marqueur des mitochondries par CSF afin d'être en mesure de comparer la diffusion mitochondriale après incubation de NPO
Nano-structuration de nanoparticules métalliques pour exaltation de champs électromagnétiques locaux en spectroscopie Raman : Interactions entre champs électromagnétiques localisés sub-longueur d'onde et molécules/particules nano-structurées en champ proche optique by Angélina d' Orlando( )

2 editions published in 2015 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The work of this thesis is part of the applications of Raman scattering exaltation either by resonant Raman, either by exaltation of local fields using plasmonic structures of noble metals. We cause near-field interactions between nano-objects with a coupling of AFM / Raman spectroscopy (AFM: Atomic Force Microscopy). First, our knowledge of individual carbon nanotubes (CNTs) is deepened. We study the evolution of their resonance profile based on the inter-nanotube interactions or depending on stress and strain imposed on the CNT by AFM nanomanipulation, amending their structural and electronic properties, and therefore their the resonance Raman effects. These experimental results are supplemented by DFT calculations (DensityFunctionalTheory) and MD (Molecular Dynamics). These sets of CNTs are then approached by AFM nanomanipulation in the vicinity of metal assemblies by, whose plasmonic resonances are tuned based on hybridization of their plasmonic modes. These AFM / Raman experiments are complemented by numerical modeling using the finite element method. We show in particular that the TERS finds its equivalent in nanostructuring. Finally we validate the importance of molecular re-radiation for the Raman scattering enhancement factor, and confronting these calculations to quantum approach of these near field interactions developed during the thesis of Victor Le Nader
Measurement of thicknesses and optical properties of thin films from Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) by Jérôme Salvi( )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Optique : cours, exercices corrigés et problèmes résolus posés aux concours (1961-1998) : CAPES de physique-chimie et physique appliquée by Dominique Barchiesi( Book )

1 edition published in 1998 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Instrumentation optique pour la caractérisation des tissus : analyse de la complémentarité et des limites techniques de fluorescence hyperspectrale et de Tomographie Optique Cohérente en vue de leur intégration multimodale. by Jérémy Méteau( Book )

2 editions published in 2014 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The aim of this activity is the development of a mono point imaging fiber system which uses hyperspectral multi-excitation auto fluorescence technique for biological tissues and the study of an Optical Coherence Tomography system like another modality. At first, this report presents the optical properties of biological tissues and the relevant fluorophores for cancerous tumors detection. Secondly, the fluorescence imaging system instrumentation and hyperspectral analysis are presented with in vitro results. The third part presents the "scan free" optical coherence tomography system which is able to image without optical displacement. It's characterized and have interesting functionality like depth dependant dispersion compensation. These both techniques are complementary because they get different kind of information. The information of the first one is about biochemical composition of the tissues and the information of the second one is about the stucture
Mesure : mesure physique et instrumentation : analyse statistique et spectrale des mesures, capteurs( Book )

1 edition published in 2003 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

MODELISATION DES MICROSCOPES OPTIQUES EN CHAMP PROCHE : STOM-SNOM. OPTIMISATION ET SPECTROSCOPIE by Dominique Barchiesi( Book )

2 editions published in 1993 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

UNE THEORIE MACROSCOPIQUE A ETE DEVELOPPEE DANS CE TRAVAIL, AFIN DE MODELISER LES MICROSCOPES OPTIQUES EN CHAMP PROCHE EN TRANSMISSION. (STOM: SCANNING TUNNELING OPTICAL MICROSCOPY). LE MODELE EST BASE SUR LA RESOLUTION DES EQUATIONS DE MAXWELL ET DES CONDITIONS AUX LIMITES AU NIVEAU DE L'OBJET ET DE LA SONDE. UNE METHODE PERTURBATIVE LIMITEE A L'ORDRE 1 PERMET DE CALCULER LE CHAMP ELECTROMAGNETIQUE DIFFRACTE PAR L'OBJET. LA MODELISATION EST COMPLETEMENT ANALYTIQUE, ELLE PERMET D'OBTENIR RAPIDEMENT DES IMAGES SIMULEES. L'ANALYCITE FACILITE L'INTERPRETATION PHYSIQUE ET PERMET DE DETERMINER LES CONDITIONS D'OPTIMISATION DES MICROSCOPES STOM. L'ETUDE DE L'INFLUENCE DES DIFFERENTS PARAMETRES PHYSIQUES EST FACILITEE: INDICE ET TEMPERATURE DE L'OBJET ET DU MILIEU DE DETECTION, DISTANCE DE DETECTION, POLARISATION, LONGUEUR D'ONDE, ANGLE D'INCIDENCE, DIRECTION DU PLAN D'INCIDENCE, TAILLE ET ANGLE D'ACCEPTANCE DU DETECTEUR DEUX CRITERES QUANTITATIFS DE QUALITE DES IMAGES SONT INTRODUITS: LA VISIBILITE ET L'INTERCORRELATION IMAGE-OBJET. UNE ETUDE SPECTROSCOPIQUE MONTRE NOTAMMENT L'IMPORTANCE DE LA GEOMETRIE DE L'OBJET. UNE ETUDE COMPAREE AVEC DES RESULTATS EXPERIMENTAUX ET D'AUTRES RESULTATS THEORIQUES PERMET DE DEFINIR LES LIMITES DU MODELE
Hybrid surface plasmon modes in metallic nanostructures : Theory, numerical analysis and application to bio-sensing. by Mitradeep Sarkar( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The surface plasmons on metallic surfaces are excited by the collective oscillations of free electrons. They satisfy certain resonance conditions and their dispersion can be considered as modes of the system. The plasmons at uniform metal-dielectric interfaces manifest as evanescent electromagnetic (EM) fields confined to a few hundreds of nanometers from the metallic surface and propagate along the interface. This mode is called the Propagating surface plasmon (PSP) and is a fundamental plasmonic mode. The other fundamental modes, which are non-propagative, results from collective oscillations of free electrons on curved surfaces of metallic nano-particles. They are called localized surface plasmon (LSP) modes. We have shown that the polarizability of complex geometries with an underlying substrate can be calculated analytically and the results obtained closely approximate the resonance conditions for such geometries.In this work, various other plasmonic modes originating from the two fundamental modes were studied in details and described by their corresponding analytical formulation. In a binary metallic arrays on glass substrate, plasmonic modes are excited by diffraction orders, called the Wood-Rayleigh modes (WRM). In metallic strips the PSP is confined by the finite edges of the strips and propagate along the length of the strips, called the confined propagating plasmons (CPP).For arrays of metallic nano-particles on a metallic film, the Bragg modes (BM) are excited by diffraction of the PSP. In such structures the LSP of the nano-particles and the PSP of the film can undergo a harmonic coupling to give rise to the hybrid lattice plasmon (HLP). The characteristics of the HLP mode for an array of metallic nano-cylinders on a metallic film is presented in details.The effect of the surrounding medium on the plasmonic modes is used in surface plasmon resonance (SPR) detectors which probe the shift in resonance condition of the modes. Such shift is dependent on the intrinsic dispersion of the modes. The aim of this work is to optimize the SPR detectors for affinity biosensing where probe and analyte molecules are bound to the metallic surface. We have shown that by selective functionalization of the metallic biochip surface, an enhancement of the performance of such detection can be achieved in terms of the amount of analyte used. Also the near field enhancement plays a major role in surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS). We have shown that the presence of certain modes in the system can enhance the recorded SERS intensity.Rigorous numerical methods, adapted to the particular geometry under study, were developed to compute the near and far field characteristics of different structures. The experimental excitation of the modes and their application in SPR detection was demonstrated using a setup based on a spectral scanning modality operating in the Kretschmann configuration. The various structures were fabricated on a biochip using e-beam lithography at IEF, University Paris Sud and the reflectivity dispersion from the biochip was recorded. Such experimental results were shown to be in close agreement with the theoretical results. SERS experiments were carried out in collaboration with CSPBAT at University Paris 13 and the results were seen to fit closely the theoretically predicted trends.Such detailed description of plasmonic modes can offer a complete understanding of the surface plasmon resonance phenomenon in metallic structures and be optimized as per required for various applications. The theories presented in this work can be used to effectively describe the EM properties of different geometries and experimental configurations. From a comprehensive representation of plasmonic modes, different aspects of the photon-plasmon interactions can thus be elucidated
Modélisation et optimisation de nanostructures plasmoniques : applications biomédicales by Sameh Kessentini( Book )

in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The present work deals with the modelling and optimization of the plasmonic structures: nanostructured biosensor for early disease diagnosis, and gold nanoparticles for photothermal therapy. Both structures are based on interaction with light. For modelling, the electromagnetic scattering problem is therefore solved using Mie theory and discrete dipole approximation (DDA). The numerical model is extended to take into account many parameters of biosensors. Then, the validity of the model is checked through comparison to experimental results. To optimize such problems of continuous variables, the particle swarm optimisation (PSO) is chosen. A plasmonic benchmark is introduced to test a set of algorithms and reveals some limitations. For this, we introduce a new memetic adaptive PSO (AMPSO) algorithm. The AMPSO is tested on a set of reference benchmark as well as the plasmonic benchmark and demonstrates its ability to find the global optimum solution rapidly. The optimization of biosensor shows that its sensitivity (given by the surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy gain) can be improved six times compared with the best experimental results. The optimization of nanoparticules (maximization of light absorption) reveals, as well, improved results compared to previous studies. Moreover, the optimized nanoparticles are compared to each other. Finally, the design tolerance of these nanostructures is also discussed
Modélisation d'un microscope à champ proche optique sans ouverture par la méthode des éléments finis by Radouane Fikri( Book )

2 editions published in 2003 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

L'objectif de la thèse est de modéliser l'interaction rayonnement-matière en microscopie optique de champ-proche sans ouverture ASNOM (Apertureless Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscopy), de manière à fournir une méthode prédictive de formation des images. En effet, le calcul du champ électromagnétique, diffracté par la sonde et les objets matériels impliqués dans cette microscopie, doit tenir compte avec précision de la forme des structures mises en jeu et doit pouvoir révéler les forts gradients du champ-proche. Plusieurs groupes expérimentaux utilisent cette technique expérimentales dans le monde mais aucun modèle à ce jour ne décrivait à la fois l'interaction électromagnétique complexe entre l'illumination, la sonde et l'échantillon et la détection. L'approche que nous proposons est celle des éléments finis avec maillage adaptatif. Nous formulons du problème avant de le valider par des comparaisons avec des méthodes souvent utilisées dans le domaine du champ-proche optique (méthode de Green, FDTD...). Dans la seconde partie, nous abordons l'étude du confinement de la lumière à l'extrémité nanométrique de la sonde du microscope et nous proposons un modèle réaliste pour expliquer les images obtenues à l'aide d'un ASNOM. En plus des interactions sonde-objet-substrat, ce modèle prend aussi en compte la vibration de la sonde et l'objectif de microscope utilisé pour détecter le signal optique. Le bon accord des résultats de simulations avec les expérimentaux encourage à utiliser la méthode des éléments finis
Smart devices for biomedical applications by Laila Miftah el kheir( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Smart Devices have been widely used by health care and cosmetics professionals. Indeed, they helpin many aspects of clinical practice by providing an efficient way for medical diagnosis, supportingbetter clinical decision-making and improving patient outcomes. In this thesis, we have beeninterested in three applications. The first one is related to the wettability measurement, especially forthe human skin. So we propose, a held-hand device that is based on the contact angle measurementto determine skin wettability. Besides, the device allows the visualization of the liquid dropletspreading in both dynamic and static modes. Moreover, it can measure the top and the left views ofthe droplet and provides the 3D droplet and the skin explored area profiles. The second applicationpermits the skin radiance measurement. For this purpose, we propose a miniaturized device havingan original method for the BRDF measurement associated with 3D profile measurement of the areastudied. As regards the third application, it is a non-invasive method for breath measurement that usesa stereovision system and a pseudo-periodic pattern. This system allows a high-resolution threedimensionaldisplacement measurement for the recording of the thoracoabdominal wall respiratorymovement. The devices developed during this research gives us a high accuracy, a good resolutionand repeatability of measurements
Short note on the dipole approximation for electric field enhancement by small metallic nanoparticles( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: Widespread numerous applications of electric field enhancement on the surface of nanoparticles are of interest, either in physics, chemistry, or biology. The Lorentz-Mie-Debye rigorous model of the scattering of light by spherical nanoparticles has been known for over a century but is often simplified to its dipole approximation for small particles. Indeed, approximated models are of interest to identify the phenomena involved in the electric field enhancement that is used to improve the signal of surface enhanced raman spectroscopy (SERS) in particular. Using the series expansion of the electric field given by the Lorentz-Mie-Debye theory, we show that an order higher than the dipole approximation is necessary to evaluate the field enhancement, even for small radii
 
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