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Bouchta SahraouiPhysique - Laboratoire Lphia / Physique - Laboratoire Lphia

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    Thèmes de recherche

    Research topics :

    •  Engineering of organometallic materials: versatile tools for linear and non-linear optics/Ingénierie de matériaux organométalliques : des outils polyvalents pour l'optique linéaire et non linéaire.


    •  Multifunctional ligands based on azobenzene, thiophenes and oxazolone derivatives as optical amplifiers, generators, optical modulators and their complexes for nonlinear optics /Ligands multifonctionnels à base d’azobenzène, de thiophènes et dérivés de l'oxazolone comme amplificateur optique, générateur, modulateur optique et leurs complexes pour l’optique non linéaire.


    •  Innovative Optical/Quasioptical Technologies and Nano Engineering of Anisotropic Materials for Creating Active Cells with Substantially Improved Energy Efficiency”.Technologies optiques/quasioptiques innovantes et nano-ingénierie des matériaux anisotropes pour la création de cellules actives à l'efficacité énergétique considérablement améliorée /“


    •  ONL materials for terahertz (THz) (emerging theme) / Matériaux ONL pour le térahertz (THz) (thème émergent).


    Professor Bouchta SAHRAOUI was born in Morocco. He received his M.Sc. degree in Physics at the Nicolaus Copernicus University (Torun, Poland) in 1992 and obtained his PhD degree in Physics in 1996 at the University of Angers (France) and at the Nicolaus Copernicus University (1998) with the highest distinction in France and Poland. Professor SAHRAOUI obtained his habilitation diploma in 2001 at Angers University and since 2003; he has held the position of Professor of Physics. From 2010 to 2022, he conducted his research in the Institute of Sciences and Molecular Technologies of Angers (MOLTECH Anjou, UMR CNRS 6200). At the present, Professor SAHRAOUI is member of the Photonics Laboratory (LPHIA), SFR MATRIX, University of Angers. Professor SAHRAOUI was promoted to Professor CEx 2 (the highest recognition in France) in September 2011. Since 2008 he is Executive Editor of Optical and Quantum Electronic (Springer Nature) and since 2010 he is also Associate Editor of Optical Materials (Elsevier). Professor SAHRAOUI is also editor in others specialized: Nanomaterials, Materials and Photonics Letters of Poland.  In June 2022, Professor SAHRAOUI was nominated as Member of the Hassan II Academy of Science and Technology, Morocco. 

    Professor SAHRAOUI is a physicist specializing in nonlinear optic (NLO), molecular photonic and the electrical properties of molecular materials. Prof. SAHRAOUI has published more than 430 peer-reviewed journal articles, he has more than 7400 citations (according to ISI Web of science) and his Hirsch-index is currently 54 (cf. Web of Science, BS-Googlesholar, BS-ORCID). He has conducted 9 European collaborative projects, managed 3 national grants and coordinated 8 bilateral research contracts and chaired many prestigious international conferences for examples: ICFPAM’2015, AMPSECA’2017, ICTON’2019, AFMOLPHA’2022. He has supervised 35 MSc students, 21 PhD candidates and 14 postdoctoral researchers.  The French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation awarded Professor SAHRAOUI five times of its price for excellent research. Recently the prestigious US University of Stanford ranked the Professor SAHRAOUI among the top 2% of the most cited scientists internationally and among the top 2% of scientist’s personalities who had the greatest impact on the scientific community.

    Our objective is the development of innovative and functionalized materials for optoelectronic applications such as nonlinear optics, nanophotonics, lasers and energy applications, including the use of nonlinear optics as a powerful tool to diagnostic the NLO properties for safety and security. It is a multidisciplinary strategy based on molecular engineering, materials science, nonlinear optics, photonics in order to develop innovative multifunctional systems.


    Some slected recent publications:

    1. Cheret, A Szukalski, KA Haupa, A Popczyk, J Mysliwiec, B Sahraoui, A El-Ghayoury. Ruthenium based terpyridine complexes as both luminescent and NLO materials. Polyhedron. Volume 233, 15 March 2023, 116299,
    2. N Numan, S Jeyaram, K Kaviyarasu, P Neethling, J Sackey, CL Kotsedi, M Akbari, R Morad, Patience Mthunzi-Kufa, B Sahraoui, M Maaza. On the remarkable nonlinear optical properties of natural tomato lycopene. Scientific Reports, Volume 12, 9078.
    3. Szukalski, P. Krawczyk, B. Sahraoui and B. Jędrzejewska. Multifunctional Oxazolone Derivative as an Optical Amplifier, Generator, and Modulator. Phys. Chem. B , 126, 1742−1757 (2022),
    4. Amina Laouid, Amine Alaoui Belghiti, Krzysztof Wisniewski, Abdelowahed Hajjaji, Bouchta Sahraoui, Anna Zawadzka; Generation of red light with intense photoluminescence assisted by Forster resonance energy transfer from Znq2 and DCM thin films. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-20.
    5. Karolina Waszkowska, Anastasiia Krupka, Vitaliy Smokal, Oksana Kharchenko, Anna Migalska-Zalas, Mykhaylo Frasinyuk, Robert Wielgosz, Anatoliy Andrushchak, Bouchta Sahraoui. Correlation between Nonlinear Optical Effects and Structural Features of Aurone-Based Methacrylic Polymeric Thin Films. Materials202215(17), 6076;
    6.  M.  Lougdali, M Zazoui, Y Abboud, A Zawadzka, A Migalska-Zalas, K Waszkowska, B Sahraoui.  Photoluminescence and nonlinear optical properties of Nickel bis-(8-hydroxyquinoline) thin film. Materials Chemistry and Physics, 284, 126031.
    7. Mydlova, B. Sahraoui, K. Waszkowska, H. El Karout, M. Makowska-Janusik, A. Migalska Zalas. Computational and Experimental Study of Nonlinear Optical Susceptibilities of Composite Materials Based on PVK Polymer Matrix and Benzonitrile Derivatives. Materials 2022, 15 (6), 2073.
    8.  Sznitko, T. Chtouki, B. Sahraoui, and J. Mysliwiec, Bichromatic Laser Dye As a Photonic Random Number Generator, ACS Photonics 2021, 8, 1630−1638 (2021),
    9.  Popczyk, A. Grabarz, Y. Cheret, A. El-Ghayoury, J. Mysliwiec, B. Sahraoui. Tailoring the acceptor moiety of novel thiophene-based chromophores: Conjoined experimental and Dyes and Pigments, 196, 109789(2021).
    10. Waszkowska, K; Josse, P; Cabanetos, C; Blanchard, Ph; Sahraoui, B; Guichaoua, D; Syvorotka, I; Kityk, O; Wielgosz, R; Huber, P; Kityk, A. “Anisotropic confinement of chromophores induces second-order nonlinear optics in a nanoporous photonic metamaterial” Optics Letters, Volume: ‏ 46   Issue: ‏ 4   Pages: ‏ 845-848   (2021),
    11.  K. Waszkowska, T. Chtouki, O. Krupka, V. Smokal, V. Figà and B. Sahraoui “Effect of UV-Irradiation and ZnO Nanoparticles on Nonlinear Optical Response of Specific Photochromic Polymers”, Nanomaterials, 2021, 11, 492.
    12.  D. Guichaoua, I. Syvorotka, I. Solskii, N. Syvorotka, K. Waszkowska, A. Andrushchak, B. Sahraoui. Specific complex-oxide crystals with strong nonlinear absorption and nonlinear refraction as promising optical materials. Optical Materials, 112 (2021) 111493
    13.  K. Waszkowska, Y. Cheret, A. Zawadzka, A. Korcala, J. Strzelecki, A. El-Ghayoury, A. Migalska-Zalas, B. Sahraoui. Photoluminescence and nonlinear optical properties of triple stranded helicates based metallo-supramolecular architectures. Dyes and Pigments, 186 (2021) 109036.
    14. Yao Taky Alvarez Kossonou, Alain Clément, Bouchta Sahraoui, Jérémie Zoueu. “A Local Binary Pattern-Based Method for Color and Multicomponent Texture Analysis” Journal of Signal and Information Processing, Scientific Research Publishing, 2020, 11 (3), pp.58 – 73 (2020). 10.4236/jsip.2020.113004
    15. Szukalski, A, Haupa, KA, Adamow, A, Cheret, Y, Hue, R, El-Ghayoury, A, Sahraoui, B, Pisignano, D, Mysliwiec, J, Camposeo, APhotoactivated Refractive Index Anisotropy in Fluorescent Thiophene Derivatives” Journal Of Physical Chemistry C  Vol: ‏ 124   Issue: ‏ 46   Pages: 5465-25472 (2020)
    16.  L. Mydlova, S. Taboukhat, K. Waszkowska, N. Ibrahim, A. Migalska-Zalas, B. Sahraoui, P. Frère, M. Makowska-Janusik, “Selected molecules based on (-1-cyanovinyl)benzonitrile as new materials for NLO applications - Experimental and computational studies”Journal of Molecular Liquids, Volume 314, 113622 (2020),
    17.  S.Taboukhat, N. Kichou, J.-L. Fillaut, O. Alévêque, K. Waszkowska, A. Zawadzka, A. El-Ghayoury, A. Migalska-Zalas and B. Sahraoui “Transition metals induce control of enhanced NLO properties of functionalized organometallic complexes under laser modulations” Scientific Reports,  Volume: ‏ 10 Issue: ‏ 1     N°: 15292   (2020),
    18.   K. Waszkowska, O. Krupka, O. Kharchenko, V. Figà, V. Smokal, N. Kutsevol & B. Sahraoui, Influence of ZnO nanoparticles on nonlinear optical properties, Applied Nanoscience, Volume: ‏ 10   Issue: ‏ 12,  Pages: ‏ 4977-4982 (2020).
    19.  Kulyk, K. Waszkowska, A. Busseau, C. Villegas, P. Hudhomme, S. Dabos-Seignon, A. Zawadzka, S. Legoupy, B. Sahraoui,Penta(zinc porphyrin)[60]fullerenes: Strong reverse saturable absorption for optical limiting applications” Applied Surface Science, Volume 533, 147468 (2020),
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