• Liquides et interfaces
  • BRILLOUIN / 2ème / 12-001
  • 0472448070
Non-linear properties and yielding of enzymatic milk gels
Julien Bauland, Mathieu Leocmach, Marie-Hélène Famelart, Thomas Croguennec
Soft Matter, vol. 19, p3562-3569 (2023)
How to steer active colloids up a vertical wall
Adérito Fins Carreira, Adam Wysocki, Christophe Ybert, Mathieu Leocmach, Heiko Rieger, Cecile Cottin-Bizonne
Aging or DEAD: origin of the non-monotonic response to weak self-propulsion in active glasses
Natsuda Klongvessa, Christophe Ybert, Cecile Cottin-Bizonne, Takeshi Kawasaki, Mathieu Leocmach
The Journal of Chemical Physics, vol. 156, p154509 (2022)
Immersed Cantilever Apparatus for Mechanics and Microscopy
Akash Singh, Michio Tateno, G Simon, Loïc Vanel, Mathieu Leocmach
Measurement Science and Technology, vol. 32, p125603 (2021)
Characterization of the gelation and resulting network of a mixed-protein gel derived from sodium caseinate and ovalbumin in the presence of glucono-$\delta$-lactone
Naoko Yuno-Ohta, Naoya Shimonomura, Yuuka Hoshi, Mathieu Leocmach, Koichi Hori, Hiroyuki Ohta
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, vol. 198, p111472 (2021)
Direct link between mechanical stability in gels and percolation of isostatic particles
Hideyo Tsurusawa, Mathieu Leocmach, John Russo, Hajime Tanaka
Science Advances, vol. 5, peaav6090 (2019)
Irreversible hardening of a colloidal gel under shear: the smart response of natural rubber latex gels
Guilherme de Oliveira Reis, Thomas Gibaud, Brice Saint-Michel, Sébastien Manneville, Mathieu Leocmach, Laurent Vaysse, Frédéric Bonfils, Christian Sanchez, Paul Menut
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, vol. 539, p287-296 (2019)
Active glass: ergodicity breaking dramatically affects response to self-propulsion
Natsuda Klongvessa, Félix Ginot, Christophe Ybert, Cecile Cottin-Bizonne, Mathieu Leocmach
Physical Review Letters, vol. 123, p248004 (2019)
Nonmonotonic behavior in the dense assemblies of active colloids
Natsuda Klongvessa, Félix Ginot, Christophe Ybert, Cecile Cottin-Bizonne, Mathieu Leocmach
Physical Review E, vol. 100, p062603 (2019)
Formation of porous crystals via viscoelastic phase separation
Hideyo Tsurusawa, John Russo, Mathieu Leocmach, Hajime Tanaka
Nature Materials, vol. 16, p1022-1028 (2017)
Ion pairing controls rheological properties of “processionary” polyelectrolyte hydrogels
Hassan Srour, Martien Duvall Deffo Ayagou, Thi Thanh-Tam Nguyen, Nicolas Taberlet, Sébastien Manneville, Chantal Andraud, Cyrille Monnereau, Mathieu Leocmach
Soft Matter, vol. 12, p9749 - 9758 (2016)
Differential Dynamic Microscopy to characterize Brownian motion and bacteria motility
David Germain, Mathieu Leocmach, Thomas Gibaud
American Journal of Physics, vol. 84, p202-210 (2016)
Local Oscillatory Rheology from Echography
Brice Saint-Michel, Thomas Gibaud, Mathieu Leocmach, Sébastien Manneville
Physical Review Applied, vol. 5 (2016)
Mediating Gel Formation from Structurally Controlled Poly(Electrolytes) Through Multiple “Head-to-Body” Electrostatic Interactions
Hassan Srour, Olivier Ratel, Mathieu Leocmach, Emma A. Adams, Sandrine Denis‐quanquin, Vinu Krishnan Appukuttan, Nicolas Taberlet, Sébastien Manneville, Jean-Charles Majesté, Christian Carrot, Chantal Andraud, Cyrille Monnereau
Macromolecular Rapid Communications, vol. 36, p55-59 (2015)
Hierarchical wrinkling in a confined permeable biogel
Mathieu Leocmach, Mathieu Nespoulous, Sébastien Manneville, Thomas Gibaud
Science Advances, vol. 1, pe1500608 (2015)
Creep and Fracture of a Protein Gel under Stress
Mathieu Leocmach, Christophe Perge, Thibaut Divoux, Sébastien Manneville
Physical Review Letters, vol. 113, ppp. 038303 (1-5) (2014)
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