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Conférences et séminaires, Soutenances de thèse | 18 juin 11:30 » 12:30 — Bibliothèque PCT - F3.04

The development of mechanical metamaterials rapidly grows and explores multiple strategies to design functional materials. Essentially a function relies on an internal structural property, so that a radical change of function often requires redesigning a new structure from scratch. Pre-encoding several functions in one single structure is a corner ...


Conférences et séminaires | 21 juin 14:00 » 15:00 — A4 (Langevin)

The three possible states of polyelectrolyte complex coacervates : light and SANS signatures of the soluble, insoluble and macroscopic phase complexes.
Jean-Paul Chapel
Centre de Recherche Paul Pascal - CRPP, Pessac


Conférences et séminaires | 22 juin 11:00 » 12:00 — Salle réunion PMMH 1

PDF - 270.2 koWe probe interactions of elastic structures with viscous fluids to investigate biomimetic approaches for fluid manipulation. We consider two systems : fish-like elastic fines and artificial cilia. Fish displays incredible agility and speed using oscillating flexible fins. We represent fins as thin elastic plates actuated to oscillate at the...


Conférences et séminaires | 22 juin 11:00 » 12:30 — A4 (Langevin)

Conférences et séminaires | 25 juin 11:30 » 12:30 — Bibliothèque PCT - F3.04

Confining thin objects, such as rods, sheets and shells, into a volume smaller than their lateral size typically generates in them stress. Relaxation of this stress often gives rise to the complex deformations –wrinkles, crumples, and folds– which are characterized by a multitude of spatial scale, indicating on a hierarchical structure of...


Soutenances de thèse | 26 juin 10:00 » 17:00 — A3 (Joliot)

Conférences et séminaires | 28 juin 12:30 » 15:30 — Amphi



Conférences et séminaires | 28 juin 15:30 » 20:00 — Amphi

Conférences et séminaires | 28 juin 17:00 » 20:30 — A4 (Langevin)

Conférences et séminaires | 29 juin 11:00 » 12:00 — Salle réunion PMMH 1

A continuum model of epithelial tissue mechanics is formulated using cellular-level mechanical ingredients and cell morphogenetic processes, including cellular shape changes and cellular rearrangements. This model incorporates stress and deformation tensors, which can be compared with experimental data. Focusing on the interplay between cell...


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