Catégorie : Séminaires

Fluid flows through soft porous media are ubiquitous across nature and industry, from methane bubbles…

Séminaire IUSTI – 13 déc. 2019 – 11h salle 250 Emerging order, from crystals of colloids to fish schools Sophie Ramananarivo – LadHyx, Palaiseau Living systems constantly exploit active fluctuations in their processes, to boost transport or assist assembly. Self-propelled …

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Séminaire IUSTI – 29 nov. 2019 – 11h salle 250 Propagation of defects by passive and active load in systems with micro-inhomogeneities Nikolay Gorbushin – Institut de Géophysique du Globe, Paris Microstructure plays important role in material modelling as it …

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When a group of discrete bodies pass through a narrowing, the flow might become intermittent due to the development of clogs that obstruct the constriction. Despite the importance of clogging…

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…

Black carbon (BC) emitted from combustion systems have drawn increasing attention from researchers to regulating bodies due to its strong impact on human health and climate. However,…

Colloidal suspensions are ubiquitous in our daily life. Micrometric particles dispersed in a solvent are indeed present in common liquids such as…

In this talk I will present the results of two independent projects regarding the physics of phytoplankton. The first project deals with a very large…

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

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…

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