Within the InFluX lab, our research group focus his activities on the fundamental understanding of soft matter through experiments, simulations and statistical physics, on Self-organization from geometrically constrained sheets, rods, ribbons, shells and the biomechanics of living organisms.
I like the idea that Research is a kind of labyrinth, but unlike the labyrinth-jail proposed here by Franquin (excerpt from “idées noires”), researchers build their labyrinth by themselves !
“There’s no sense in being precise when you don’t even know what you’re talking about”
Stat Phys from Guy de Maupassant: « Quand nous voulons nous mêler, nos élans l’un vers l’autre ne font que nous heurter l’un à l’autre »
Phone Office: +32 (0) 65 373819
Office: 1-062, 1st Floor, Mendeleev Building, campus Plaine de Nimy (see access map)