PMMH at a glance
The PMMH laboratory includes between 70 and 80 people, including about forty permanent members who work essentially at the CNRS, ESPCI, University Paris VI and University Paris VII.
The research activities of PMMH are hydrodynamics, soft matter, chemical and physical biology, solid mechanics and statistical physics.
Des physiciens du PMMH viennent de mettre en évidence un nouveau mode de rupture d’un film mince (...)
Understanding how a desert beetle harvests water from dew could help to improve drinking water (...)
H.A. Dijkstra, F.W. Wubs, A.K. Cliffe, E. Doedel, I.F. Dragomirescu, B. Eckhardt, A.Y. Gelfgat, A.L. Hazel, V. Lucarini, A.G. Salinger, E.T. Phipps,...
M. Bouzid, M. Trulsson, P. Claudin, E. Clément and B. Andreotti, Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 238301 (2013).
The rheology of dense granular flows is...
Jeremie Gachelin, Annie Rousselet, Anke Lindner, Eric Clement, NJP, accepted 2013.
We investigate experimentally the emergence of collective motion...