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

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 ...
Crater formation by impacting a granular material is ubiquitous in nature, from raindrops falling on sandy deserts to meteorites impacting 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 ...