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Séminaires et actualités

 

Symposiums JEAN MANDEL (2012 -2018) :

 

Symposium Jean Mandel 2018

EXPERIMENTAL METHODS IN MECHANICS

Plenary Lecture by Guruswami Ravichandran

Professor - Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering - California Institute of Technology
Biological Cell-Matrix Interactions in Three-Dimensions

 

Symposium Jean Mandel 2017

problems IN NON-LINEAR MECHANICS

Plenary Lecture by Thimothy J Healey

Professor - Department of mathematics - Cornell University, USA
Symmetry-Breaking Global Bifurcation in Nonlinear Problems of Elasticity

 

Symposium Jean Mandel 2016

Meta-materials and architectured materials

Plenary Lecture by Chiara Daraio

Professor and Chair of Mechanics and Materials, Materials by Design and Nonlinear Dynamics
ETH, Zürich, Switzerland

Design of new materials for health, energy and the environment

 

Symposium Jean Mandel 2015

DEFORMATION OF MATERIALS AT DIFFERENT LENGTH SCALES

Plenary Lecture by Jeffrey W. Kysar
Professor and Chair of Mechanical Engineering Department of Mechanical Engineering
Columbia University, New York, USA

Behavior of Metals Under Conditions of High Plastic Strain and Plastic Strain Gradient: The Inside Story

 

Symposium Jean Mandel 2014

MECHANICAL BIOLOGY

Plenary Lecture by Alain Goriely
Professor of Mathematical Modeling Director of the Oxford Center for Collaborative Applied Mathematics University of Oxford,
Oxford, UK

From microscopic anisotropy to macroscopic chirality in mechanical biology

 

Symposium Jean Mandel 2013

MULTIPHYSIC COUPLINGS

Plenary Lecture by Richard D. James
Distinguished McKnight University Professor Department of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics University of Minnesota,
Minneapolis, USA

Compatibility, hysteresis and the direct conversion of heat to electricity

 

Symposium Jean Mandel 2012

damage and fracture

Plenary Lecture by Krishnaswamy Ravi-­‐Chandar

Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, University of Texas at Austin

Associate Director of the Research Center for Mechanics of Solids, Structures and Materials The University of Texas at Austin,
Austin, USA

Dynamic Strain Localization and Fragmentation