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Accueil > Archives > Recent advances in acoustic wave propagation, generation and sensing in condensed matter. Mini-colloquim at JMC 2014

Recent advances in acoustic wave propagation, generation and sensing in condensed matter. Mini-colloquim at JMC 2014

Scope :
The upcoming mini-colloquium will be an opportunity to highlight recent advances in acoustic wave propagation in condensed matter. European leaders will share their results on elastic wave propagation in layered media, multiphononic crystals and meta materials, granular and porous media, disordered materials and soft matter. Recent developments of experimental tools in laser ultrasonics as well as in multiple element array imaging, have allowed the observation of various wave propagation phenomena such as phonon focusing,
solitons and non linear phenomena, dispersion, hybridization, negative refraction or localisation. They also enable the probing of mechanical properties of micro to nano systems, as non linear contacts or adhesion. Participants are invited to present, through oral or poster communications, new results especially those dealing with the following subjects :
- laser ultrasonics : opto acoustic devices ; thermal and elastic properties of structures, ...
- ultrafast acoustics : coherent phonon in phononic crystals, in glass and disordered materials, in soft materials, in piezoelectric and magnetic materials ; saser ; nano wires and nano particles, ...
- functional materials for acoustics : phononic crystals, metamaterials, ...
- multi element measurements and matrix approaches

Organizers :
- Catherine Potel (LAUM)
- Bertrand Audoin (I2M)
- Claire Prada (Institut Langevin)
- Jérôme Vasseur (IEMN)

Voir en ligne : JMC 2014 web site

Description of the mini-colloquium - 72.7 ko

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