Catégorie : Séminaire Exceptionnel

15/10/2019 – I. Zuriguel – Titre à venir

Séminaire exceptionnel – 15 oct. 2019 – 15h salle 259 Titre à venir Iker Zuriguel – Univ. de Navarra, Espagne À venir

04/10/2019 – J. Bush – Hydrodynamic quantum analogs: droplets walking on the impossible pilot wave

Yves Couder and Emmanuel Fort discovered that droplets walking on a vibrating fluid bath exhibit several features previously thought to be exclusive to the microscopic, quantum realm…

02/09/2019 – G. Fuller – Evaporation-induced stabilization of non-aqueous foams

Séminaire exceptionnel – 2 sept. 2019 – 11h salle 252 AEvaporation-induced stabilization of non-aqueous foams Gerry Fuller – Stanford Univ, ÉU

04/07/2019 – M. Merkel – A minimal-length approach unifies rigidity in under-constrained materials

What do a guitar string and a balloon have in common? They are both floppy unless rigidified by geometric incompatibility. The same kind of rigidity transition…

07/03/2019 – N. Levernier – First-passage time of non-markovian walkers and instability in the actin cortex

My presentation will consist in the presentation of two independent studies. The first one deals with first-passage times (FPT) of non-markovian walkers…

08/02/2019 – T. Fasquelle – Stockage thermocline pour centrale solaire à concentration : modélisation, caractérisation expérimentale et optimisation

Les centrales solaires à concentration permettent de produire de la chaleur ou de l’électricité à la demande, grâce au stockage thermique. La technologie thermocline est une solution qui pourrait permettre…

25/01/2019 – S. Marbach – Active sieving : from flapping nano-doors to vibrating nanotub

Filtering specific molecules is a challenge faced for several vital needs: from biomedical applications like dialysis to the intensive production of clean water…

07/12/2018 – Nikolaos Stathopoulos – Systèmes énergétiques pour des bâtiments performants

Le secteur du bâtiment est l’un des secteurs les plus concerné par les enjeux du développement durable : il représente environ 40% de la consommation d’énergie et 36% des émissions de CO2 dans l’U.E…

13/07/2018 – Richard Miles – Femtosecond Laser Electronic Excitation Tagging (FLEET) for Free Stream and Boundary Layer Measurements in Subsonic, Supersonic and Hypersonic Air and Nitrogen

Femtosecond Laser Electronic Excitation Tagging (FLEET) is a new non-intrusive optical diagnostic method which provides direct measurement of velocity and other transport properties in unseeded air and nitrogen flows…

09/07/2018 – Bernhard Mehlig – Orientation patterns of non-spherical particles in turbulence

When non-spherical particles in a turbulent flow spend a long time near each other, they might reasonably be expected to converge toward the same orientation because turbulent strains tend to align the particles…

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