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Jacquin Olivier
Assistant professor
UFR PHITEM
Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire de Physique (UMR 5588)
OPTIMA team
Adress : 140 rue de la physique, BP87
38402 St-Martin d’Hères Cedex
France
Tel : (33) 4 76 51 40 15
mail : olivier.jacquin@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

Born in 1973, Olivier Jacquin is an alumnus from the Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble-INP). He passed the « Optics and radiofrequencies master » diploma in 1997.

He got his PhD from the Grenoble Institute Technology under the supervision of Pr. Pierre Benech. His field of research was the study of the one dimensional photonic band gap structure (1D-PBG). He was studied of diffraction effects which limit dramatically the performance of 1D-PBG and 2D-PBG devices. He defended his thesis in December 2000.

Between September 2000 and September 2003, he worked as optical design engineer for Teemphotonics Research & development department under the supervision of Dr Engin Molva and Dr Serge valette. Teemphotonics Company is the leader in passively Q-switched microlasers as well as ion exchange integrated optics. He managed optical design team which developed new integrated optical passive and active components for telecommunication market. He developed a new integrated optical amplifier design and a new integrated optical splitter design.

He was recruited as an assistant professor by the Joseph Fourier University in September 2005 and joins the SPECTRO Laboratory (UMR 5588, Jointly affiliated to the CNRS and the UJF) in Grenoble. His research, in association with Eric lacot and Olivier Hugon is dedicated to non conventional imaging and more particularly to the laser optical feedback imaging LOFI. He develops LOFI device to image target into backscattering media as biological tissue or fog. He develops coupling between LOFI technique and acouto-optic imaging in order to tag the target in backscattering media for deeply imaging of biological tissues. Since 2015, he has been working on the use photoacoustic imaging in frequency domain for microvascular imaging.