Research

Mickaël Bourgoin

DR2 – CNRS
INSIS / Section 10

Physics Laboratory
CNRS / ENS de Lyon / Univ Lyon
email : mickael.bourgoin@ens-lyon.fr Physics Laboratory – UMR 5672
46 Allée d’Italie, 69007 Lyon
France

My research focuses on complex hydrodynamics unsolved questions, in particular related to turbulent flows and out-equilibrium phenomena. On going investigations address transport, mixing and dispersion properties of particles and fields, and the multiple hydro/aerodynamical couplings involved.

  • Lagrangian Turbulence
  • Turbulent transport of particles and fields
  • Dense suspensions of particles
  • Active and drifting particles in complex flows
  • Fluid structure interactions
  • Aerodynamics
  • Magnetic particles in fluids and granular media

Selected Posts

Crater formation by impacting a granular material is ubiquitous in nature, from raindrops falling on sandy deserts to meteorites impacting Read More ...
More details can be found in the official website of Variations Physiques. Variations Physiques is a digital art experience produced Read More ...
References : John Soundar Jerome, J., Thevenin, S., Bourgoin, M., & Matas, J. (2021). Inertial drag-out problem: Sheets and films Read More ...

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Crater formation by impacting a granular material is ubiquitous in nature, from raindrops falling on sandy deserts to meteorites impacting Read More ...
References : John Soundar Jerome, J., Thevenin, S., Bourgoin, M., & Matas, J. (2021). Inertial drag-out problem: Sheets and films Read More ...
Phys. Rev. X 10, 021065 - arXiv link here Active matter, composed of self-propelled entities, forms a wide class of out-of-equilibrium Read More ...
More details can be found in the official website of Variations Physiques. Variations Physiques is a digital art experience produced Read More ...
T. Barois, P. D. Huck, Ch. Paleo, M. Bourgoin & R. Volk, Probing fluid torque with a hydrodynamical trap : Read More ...
V. Mathai, S. G. Huisman, C. Sun, D. Lohse & M. Bourgoin, Dispersion of Air Bubbles in Isotropic Turbulence, Phys. Read More ...