Visualize Michel Louge's presentation on the "Role of pore pressure gradients in geophysical flows over permeable substrates" at the Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics in Santa Barbara during the conference on Fluid-Mediated Particle Transport in Geophysical Flows on Wednesday, December 18, 2013. The first part of the presentation concerns powders snow avalanches. The second discusses the role of the porous sand bed in desert ripples.
Here are links to Michel Louge's webcast seminar, presentation and abstract at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences for the 2nd IMA conference on Dense Granular Flows on July 1, 2013. All videos of presentations for this conference are available with this link.
Experiments, numerical simulations and modeling of powder snow avalanches, which we identify with "eruption currents". See this page for explanations, recent progress and journal articles.
The following article points to recent progress by Mitrano et al (2014) on the subject of granular clusters: M.Y. Louge: "The surprising relevance of a continuum description to granular clusters," J. Fluid Mech. 742, 1-4 (2014), doi:10.1017/jfm.2013.650.
In the summer 2014, Michel Louge spent time as a Distinguished Visiting Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering working on deep-sea eruption currents with Dr. Barbara Turnbull at the University of Nottingham.
- Ph.D., January 1985. Mechanical Engineering, High Temperature Gasdynamics Laboratory, Stanford University. Thesis title: "Shock Tube Study of Cyanide Species Kinetics and Spectroscopy". Thesis advisor: Ronald K. Hanson.
- M.S., June 1979. Mechanical
- Ingénieur, June 1978. Ecole Centrale des Arts et Manufactures, Paris.
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- Visiting Professor, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
- Distinguished Visiting Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, summer 2014
- invited by Dr. Barbara Turnbull, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Nottingham, UK
- Powder Flow consultant, International Fine Particle Research Institute 2003-2009 and 2015-present
- Professeur invité, Ecole Centrale de Paris 2012-2013
- Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Cornell 1998-present
- Associate Director for Undergraduate Affairs, MAE,
- Professeur, Condensed Matter Physics, Université de Rennes I 2005-2006
Professor, Université de Rennes
summers 1998 - 2011
- Director, Master of Engineering Program, MAE, Cornell
- Associate Professor, MAE, Cornell 1991-1998
- Associate Director of Graduate Research, MAE, Cornell
- Visiting Professor, Université de Provence 1991-1992
- Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University 1985-1991
- Process Development Engineer, Shell IPM, The Hague 1984-1985
- Associate Editor, Mechanics Research Communications 2007-present
- Associate Editor, J. Geophys. Res. - Earth Surface 2014-present
- Recipient of Cornell's Kendall S. Carpenter Memorial Advising Award, 2011.
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