Ahmed Shokry Abdelaleem, a research engineer at the Centre for Applied Mathematics at Ecole Polytechnique, won the 2022 Excellence Award in Computer Aided Process Engineering, granted by the European Federation of Chemical Engineering
Pascal Chabert, CNRS research director at the Plasma Physics Laboratory and Professor at École Polytechnique, has just been awarded a CNRS silver medal. It recognises his significant work in the field of plasma physics, with applications for microelectronics and space propulsion.
Constraining the movement of vascular cells by culturing them on engineered microgrooved substrates generates a new pattern of collective motion that can be predicted using the physical framework of active fluids. This work has been published in Nature Communications by a team from the Hydrodynamics Laboratory.
An optical coherence tomography device has been inaugurated at the Optics and Biosciences Laboratory. It will allow three-dimensional imaging at the micrometre scale for research on heritage and ancient materials.
Patrick Huerre is CNRS Senior Scientist Emeritus and was Professor at Ecole Polytechnique where he co-founded the Hydrodynamics Laboratory with Jean-Marc Chomaz. He has just been awarded the European Society of Mechanics' Fluid Mechanics Prize, for his career devoted to hydrodynamic instabilities.
After winning the French selection, a team from the Ingénieur Polytechnicien program won the world final of this physics student competition in Colombia. This is the third victory for team from l'X in this tournament.
The way in which the dandelion opens or closes in order to fly has been modelled in a paper in Nature Communications co-authored by researchers from the Hydrodynamics Laboratory at École Polytechnique.
Sylvie Méléard, Professor at the Centre for Applied Mathematics and Member of the Institut Universitaire de France, has been awarded an ERC Advanced Grant to develop her project called SINGER. It will study mathematically specific evolutionary dynamics of cell populations, mainly using stochastic models.
The N.G. de Bruijn Medal 2022 has been awarded to Joris van der Hoeven, researcher at the Computer Science Laboratory. The prize was awarded during the Netherlands Mathematical Congress for his research on the complexity of multiplication with David Harvey from the University of New South Wales.
A study on the mechanical properties of white blood cells has been carried out in collaboration between the Hydrodynamics Laboratory at École Polytechnique and the Institute of Physical Chemistry at Université Paris-Saclay. It makes the cover of the latest issus of Biophysical Journal.