The DYFCOM team is at the heart of interdisciplinary research organized as an intricate coordination between experiments, modeling, and simulations. Making up about 1/3 of the LIPhy in size, the researchers’ backgrounds range between physics, mechanics, biomechanics and applied mathematics, with strong collaborations with biologists and medical scientists. The research topics tackle several aspects of non-equilibrium soft matter and biological systems, at both the individual (microscopic) and collective levels. This continuous spectrum of complexity, ranges from relatively simple systems (such as bubbles, drops, vesicles, capsules, and shells) through biological cells of intermediate complexity (red blood cells and bacteria) up to more complex systems such as micro-swimmers and eukaryotic cells (e.g. cancer cells).
The group focuses its expertise on two main themes, namely Suspensions and biofluids and Dynamics of living cells and complex natural materials.
RIZVI Mohd Suhail
SUNDAR RAJAN Vinoth
DE LOUBENS Clément
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