Bienvenue sur ma home-page.
Welcome to my personal home-page.
I am a CNRS Research Director (DR1) working at Laboratoire PMMH of the ESPCI Paris – PSL.
I am a physicist, experimetalist mostly, even if I am interested in numerical simulations.
During the last twenty years I have worked on many different research topics. from active flow control to transition to turbulence in shear flows. But since the last few years I focus on acoustic manipulation of suspensions of particles or cells, i.e. Acoustofluidics.
I lead the Acoustofluidics team with my colleague, Mauricio Hoyos.
I am also still in charge of the Flow Control team.
I am co-founder, with M. Hoyos and E. Vincent, of Aenitis Technologies, a start-up dedicated to the design of new devices using Acoustic Radiation Force to handle or sort various living cells, like blood cells (http://aenitis.fr/).
We have been laureate, with M. Hoyos, of the BPI « Emergence » 2014 prize dedicated to the creation of new innovative start-ups. Since then Aenitis has been awarded many other prizes, as well as national and european grants.
You can find more informations about my work and publications or complementary data on the following web sites:
Google scholar: http://scholar.google.fr/citations?user=YiaiW1kAAAAJ&hl=fr
My main research themes are :
- Acoustic levitation,
- Acoustic manipulation of particles or cells,
- Cell culture,
- Fabrication and culture of cell sheets, spheroids, organoids,
- Microgravity experiments,
- Real-Time PIV using Optical Flow,
- Open and closed loop fllow control,
- Hydrodynamic instabilities,
- Transition to turbulence in shear flows,
- Bluff-body aero(hydro)dynamics.
Laboratoire Physique et Mécanique des Milieux Hétérogènes (PMMH)
École Supérieure de Physique et Chimie Industrielles de la ville de Paris (ESPCI Paris)
10 rue Vauquelin, 75005 Paris
Present adress during the renovation of ESPCI :
1, rue Jussieu
Tél : 01 8096 3096
email : jean-luc(dot)aider(at)espci(dot)fr