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Programmable matter



Programmable materials are materials whose micro- and/or meso-macro structure is designed in such a way that they obey desired behavior laws.
When these laws differ from those usually found in nature, the corresponding materials are often called metamaterials.
When the desired law is obtained through a tight coupling between sensing, information processing and actuation, they are usually denoted as smart materials.


This workshop will be dedicated to materials for which the behavior law of interest is of mechanical nature. Both bulk (for instance the stress/strain curve, active response) and interfacial (friction, fracture,…) phenomena will be considered, with an emphasis on the physical mechanisms involved both at the micro- and macro-scales.
Note that wave phenomena are not the main focus of this workshop, as they are extensively discussed in GDR META.


The aim of the workshop is to initiate discussions and exchanges of ideas among the French community interested in this growing field. It will bring together mechanicians and physicists to discuss numerical, experimental and theoretical approaches to explore and describe the numerous potential applications of programmable matter.


IMPORTANT : We would like this workshop to provide the ground for a fundamental but also less formal, open scientific discussion in the above described subject. We strongly encourage participants to give a presentation, in particular young scientists and students.



Program

  • Session: 9h30- 11h05
    • 9h30 Dennis Kochmann (ETH Zurich) A survey of mechanical metamaterials: from strong trusses to phase-transforming structures (Keynote)
    • 10h05 Draga Pihler-Puzovic (Uni. Manchester) Buckling of a holey column (with C.Johnson)
    • 10h25 Kadic Muamer (Femto-ST Besançon) Taylored buckling metamaterials
    • 10h45 Gabriella Tarantino (CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique) Programmable curvature in hierarchical Euler beams
  • 11h05-11h35 coffee break
  • Session: 11h35 - 12h30
    • 11h35 Ryan Elliott (U.Minnesota) Complexity in the equilibrium set of nonlinear mechanical metamaterials: Post-Bifurcation of hexagonal honeycombs
    • 11h55 Julien Rethoré (EC Nantes) Anisotropic fracture of periodic materials (Keynote)
  • 12h30-13h45 lunch break
  • Session: 13h45- 15h25
    • 13h45 Andrei Constantinescu (CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique) Viscoelastic properties of polymeric micro-lattice
    • 14h05 Laurent Corte (Mines-ESPCI) Hydrogel fibers with self-recoverable tensile properties
    • 14h25 Catherine Quilliet (LIPhy, Grenoble) Swimming of shells may be enhanced through smart materials
    • 14h45 Scott Waitukaitis (U. Leiden) A soft engine embedded into a single object made from a single material
    • 15h05 Vladislav Yastrebov (CNRS, Mines) Dynamic behavior of elastically asymmetric materials with architectured internal contacts
  • 15h25-15h55 coffee break
  • Session: 15h55 - 17h30
    • 15h55 Corentin Coulais (U. Amsterdam) From Mechanical Metamaterials to Machine Materials (Keynote)
    • 16h30 Handrien Bense (ESPCI) Progamming growth with dielectric elastomers
    • 16h50 Emmanuel Siefert (ESPCI) Baromorphs
    • 17h10 Martin Van Hecke (AMOLF, Amsterdam) Multishape Origami via Combinatorial Design

End 17h30


When, Where

june 7th 2017, at ESPCI Paris.
Amphi Schutzenberger (building N 1st Floor)
Lunch buffet and coffee breaks will take place in “Bureau d'Etude” (bat L3 2nd floor, lab PMMH)


Invited Keynote Speakers

  • D. Kochmann (ETH Zurich) A survey of mechanical metamaterials: from strong trusses to phase-transforming structures
  • J. Rethoré (EC Nantes) Anisotropic fracture of periodic materials
  • C. Coulais (U. Amsterdam) From Mechanical Metamaterials to Machine Materials

Registration

Update: The program of the workshop is now fixed. You are invited to register to attend but no additional talks will be included

Registration is free but mandatory (for organizational purposes).
Please send an email to mephy@pmmh.espci.fr with the following information:

Name first name Lab./institution

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59 participants

Nom Prénom Laboratoire Proposition de présentation
Audoly Basile LMS/CNRS/X
Barthel Etienne SIMM
Baumberger Tristan INSP/UPMC
Bense Hadrien PMMH progamming growth with dielectric elastomers
Bico José PMMH
Bonamy Daniel SPEC/CEA
Broeren Freek TU Delft/PME
Brunet Philippe MSC Diderot
Brunetti Matteo U. Sapienza, Rome
Caroli Christiane INSP/UPMC
Castro-Garcìa Socorro University of A Coruña / MSC  
Chabert Emmanuelle LMS/X
Constantinescu Andrei LMS/CNRS/X Viscoelastic properties of polymeric micro-lattice
Corte Laurent CdM/Mines - MMC/ESPCI Hydrogel fibers with self-recoverable tensile properties
Coulais Corentin Uni. Amsterdam From Mechanical Metamaterials to Machine Materials
Couturier Etienne MSC Diderot
Danas Kostas LMS/CNRS/X
Elliott Ryan Uni. Minnesota Complexity in the equilibrium set of nonlinear mechanical metamaterials: Post-Bifurcation of hexagonal honeycombs
Glacet Arthur LaMCoS/Insa Lyon  
Haldar Krishnendu LMS/CNRS/X
Harazi Maxime Inst. Langevin
Healey Timothy U. Cornell
Henry Herve PMC/CNRS/X
Hourlier-Fargette Aurélie D’Alembert UPMC
Johnson Chris MCND/Uni. Manchester
Kochmann Dennis ETH Zurich A survey of mechanical metamaterials: from strong trusses to phase-transforming structures
Kolb Evelyne PMMH/ESPCI
Kumar Siddhant LMS/X/Caltech
Lazarus Arnaud D'Alembert/UPMC
Labousse Matthieu Leiden University
Lopez-Menendez Horacio Paris 7
Maurini Corrado d'Alembert/UPMC
Molnar Gergely LaMCoS/INSA/3SR/UGA
Muamer Kadic Femto-ST  Taylored buckling metamaterials
Nahas Yasmine INP/CNRS/X
Neukirch Sebastien d’Alembert/UPMC/CNRS
Nika Grigor LMS/CNRS/X
Nicolaÿ Renaud MMC / ESPCI
Peysson Dominique  ENSAD Lab  
Pihler-Puzovic Draga MCND/Uni. Manchester Buckling of a holey column (with C.Johnson)
Poncelet Martin LMT/ENS Cachan
Psarra Erato LMS/CNRS/X
Quilliet Catherine LIPhy Swimming of shells may be enhanced through smart materials
Rabenorosoa Kanty FEMTO-ST/ENSMM
Rethoré Julien EC Nantes Metamaterials for fracture (title to be confirmed)
Riccobelli Davide Politecnico di Milano
Roman Benoit PMMH/ESPCI
Romero Victor INRIA-Grenoble
Rousseau Benoit LTEN  
Siefert Emmanuel PMMH /ESPCI  Baromorphs
Scheibert Julien LTDS
Tanguy Anne LaMCoS/Insa Lyon
Tarantino Gabriella LMS/CNRS/X Programmable curvature in hierarchical Euler beams
Truskinovsky Lev PMMH /ESPCI
Van Hecke Martin AMOLF, Amsterdam Multishape Origami via Combinatorial Design
Vincenti Angela D'Alembert/UPMC
Waitukaitis Scott Uni. Leiden A soft engine embedded into a single object made from a single material
Yastrebov Vladislav CNRS/Mines Dynamic behavior of elastically asymmetric materials with architectured internal contacts
Zerhouni Othmane LMS/X

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