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| 2019/04/30 13:47 |

A new microscopy for in-depth 3D imaging of cells at the nanometer scale

The observation of biological systems by fluorescence microscopy goes through a revolution with the advent of optical super-resolution techniques to overcome the diffraction limit. This work was (...)


| 2019/04/25 11:11 |

The unjamming transition in a dense granular suspension probed with an ultrafast ultrasound scanner

Researchers from Institut Langevin have sucessfully measured the speed of the Rayleigh-like wave propagating along the surface of a dense granular suspension under shear oscillation (a few (...)


| 2019/04/19 15:58 |

Water wave propagation control by vibrating a bath vertically

Can we draw analogies from optics to control the waves on the surface of a liquid? Researchers from the Langevin Institute (ESPCI Paris / CNRS) and the PMMH laboratory (ESPCI Paris / CNRS) have (...)


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Optical complex media as universal reconfigurable linear operators.
Matthès, M. W., P. Del Hougne, J. De Rosny, G. Lerosey, and S. M. Popoff.
Optica 6, no. 4 (2019): 465–472.
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Scattering of gravity waves by a periodically structured ridge of finite extent.
Maurel, A., K. Pham, and J. J. Marigo.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 871 (2019): 350–376.
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Imaging gigahertz zero-group-velocity Lamb waves.
Xie, Q., S. Mezil, P. H. Otsuka, M. Tomoda, J. Laurent, O. Matsuda, Z. Shen, and O. B. Wright.
Nature Communications 10, no. 1 (2019).
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Smart radio environments empowered by reconfigurable AI meta-surfaces: an idea whose time has come.
Renzo, M. D., M. Debbah, D. T. Phan-Huy, A. Zappone, M. S. Alouini, C. Yuen, V. Sciancalepore, G. C. Alexandropoulos, J. Hoydis, H. Gacanin et al.
Eurasip Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking 2019, no. 1 (2019).
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