In my teaching activities (and in popular science as well) I try to stimulate the physical intuition, and close the gap between the scientific approach and daily life. Below are some examples ; for more details see the
- Soft matter lectures
- Biophysics lectures
- Summer schools lectures
- Books for teachers and students
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Review articles and books
- Foam physics in general:
I. Cantat, S. Cohen-Addad, F. Elias, F. Graner, R. Höhler, O. Pitois, F. Rouyer, A. Saint-Jalmes,
"Foams: Structure and Dynamics", Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2013, translated by R. Flatman and edited by S. Cox.
- Foam structure:
"Two-dimensional fluid foams at equilibrium"
in "Morphology of Condensed Matter - Physics and Geometry of Spatially
Complex Systems", K. Mecke and D. Stoyan eds., pp. 187-214, Lecture Notes in Physics 600, Springer, Heidelberg, 2002.
- Foam coarsening:
S. Jurine, S. Cox, F. Graner,
"Dry three-dimensional bubbles: growth-rate, scaling state and correlations",
Colloids and Surfaces A: 263, 18–26, 2005.
- Lipidic bilayers:
G. Fragneto, E. Bellet-Amalric, F. Graner,
"Nanometer scale studies of lipid bilayers using neutrons and x-rays",
in "Membrane interacting peptides and proteins", ed. F. Heitz (Research Signpost, Trivandrum, India), pp. 43-66 (2002).
- Scale invariance:
B. Dubrulle, F. Graner, D. Sornette eds.,
"Scale Invariance and Beyond"
Proceedings of CNRS School - Les Houches, EDP Sciences - Springer, 1997.