PMMH’s weekly seminar is held every Friday at 11 am (map)

Contact :
Laurent Duchemin
Sylvain Patinet
Stéphane Perrard
Etienne Reyssat
responsables-seminaires (arobase)

75005 PARIS

Tel : (33) 1 40 79 45 22

Seminars  (4)

  • Séminaire PMMH - Lydie STARON (Institut d'Alembert)
    Vendredi 7 octobre de 11h00 à 12h00 - Salle réunion PMMH 1
    Cohesion-induced weakening ? Clues from the failure of a cohesive granular step
    The failure of 2D numerical cohesive granular steps collapsing under gravity is simulated for a large range of cohesion. Focusing on the cumulative displacement of the grains, we establish a sensible criterion for capturing the failure characteristics. We are able to locate the failure in time and to identify the (...)
  • Séminaire PMMH - Laurent Seuront (LOG, Wimereux))
    Vendredi 14 octobre de 11h00 à 12h00 - Salle réunion PMMH 1
    The Behavioral Mandala : a new step towards the understanding of the behavioural complexity behind invertebrates and vertebrates foraging strategies
    Movement is a fundamental characteristic of life. It determines the fate of individuals through its influence on reproduction, feeding and survival, and ultimately populations, communities, and ecosystems. An important open question lies in the quantification of both the geometric and stochastic components of (...)
  • Séminaire PMMH - Sergei Nechaev (LPTMS, CNRS - Université Paris-Saclay)
    Vendredi 21 octobre de 11h00 à 12h00 - Salle réunion PMMH 1
    Anomalous scaling in stretching of a fractal polymer around a disc
    While stretching of a polymer along a flat surface is hardly different from the classical Pincus problem of pulling chain ends in free space, the role of curved geometry in conformational statistics of the stretched chain is an exciting open question. We use scaling analysis and computer simulations to examine [1] (...)
  • Séminaire PMMH - Emmanuèle Helfer (CINAM, Marseille)
    Vendredi 9 décembre de 11h00 à 12h00 - Salle réunion PMMH 1
    Biomimicking red blood cell filtration by the spleen
    Blood circulation in our vascular system is a physical tour de force. To distribute oxygen throughout the body, Red blood cells (RBCs) continuously travel through the microcirculation, through thin capillaries that are smaller than their size, and are thus highly deformable. Their deformability is periodically (...)
Information for the speakers

The audience is composed of people with rather heterogeneous backgrounds including specialists in solids, fluids, granular flows, statistical physics... so the idea is to keep your talk understandable by people not necessarily working in your field... The seminar time slot runs from 11am to noon so the best is to make the talk last around 45 minutes to leave some time for discussion.

Link to cofee seminar (internal, every Thursday)


Practical information

Laboratoire : 01 40 79 45 22
Directeur : Damien Vandembroucq
Codirecteur : Philippe Petitjeans
Administratrice : Frédérique Auger (01 40 79 45 22)
Gestionnaire : Claudette Barez (01 40 79 58 53)
Courriel : dir (arobase)