||Professor at Ecole Centrale Marseille - ECM
In charge of the 2nd-year (2nd semester, M1 level, taught in English) program on :
A new Master at Centrale Marseille : Complex Systems Engineering
(taught in English), contact : Olivier Boiron
with two options :
Formerly Directeur de Recherche au CNRS
Institut de Recherche sur les Phénomènes Hors Equilibre - IRPHE
Adresse / Address :
49, Rue F. Joliot-Curie - B.P. 146 - 13384 Marseille Cedex 13 - FRANCE
Phone: (33) 22.214.171.124.58 ; Fax: (33) 126.96.36.199.01
E-mail : email@example.com
Member of the IRPHE Turbulence Team
CNRS Bronze Medal awarded in 1993
Co-author of a book in French, Instabilités
hydrodynamiques et Turbulence, by M. Abid, F. Anselmet and C.
Kharif, published by Cépaduès Editions in
2017, ISBN 978-2-36493-607-2 (print)
Co-author a book in English, Acoustics, Aeroacoustics and Vibrations, by F. Anselmet and P.-O. Mattei, published by WILEY-ISTE in 2016, ISBN 978-1-84821-861-1 (print) / ISBN 978-1-11917-840-8 (e-book) (528 p.).
Co-author of a book in French, Acoustique,
Aéroacoustique et Vibrations, by F. Anselmet and P.-O.
Mattei, published by ISTE Editions in
2015, ISBN 978-1-78405-099-3 (print) / ISBN
978-1-78406-099-2 (e-book) (514 p.).
Co-author of a book in English, Turbulent multiphase flows with heat and mass transfer, by R. Borghi and F. Anselmet, published by WILEY-ISTE in 2013, ISBN 978-1-84821-617-4 (print) / ISBN 978-1-11879-019-9 (e-book) (480 p.).
Co-author of a book in English, Variable Density Fluid Turbulence, by P. Chassaing, R.A. Antonia, F. Anselmet, L. Joly and S. Sarkar, published by Kluwer Academic Publishers in 2002 and reedited by Springer-Science in 2010, ISBN 978-1-40200-671-5 (print) / ISBN 978-9-40170-075-7 (e-book) (396 p.).
Co-author of a review article (about 80 pages - format A4), La Turbulence, by M. Coantic, F. Anselmet and G. Tavera, which is included in the DVD-rom (from 2005) and the web editions of Encyclopaedia Universalis : http://www.universalis.fr/encyclopedie/turbulence/.
Member of the scientific committee of IRFEDD (Institut Régional de Formation
à l'Environnement et au Développement Durable) and
co-author of a booklet
on Digital and
sustainable development (in
French, issued in
Complete list of my 96 peer-reviewed publications :
on Google Scholar here
on ORCID here
Chairman (2000-2003) of the CNRS Groupement de Recherche (G.D.R.) on
Structure et statistique de la turbulence : expérimentation et simulation
Chairman of the ERCOFTACSIG#24 Variable density turbulent flows :
An international summerschool has been organized in the Barcelona area on September 1-5, 2003
I was invited to present a talk at the Symposium in honor of John L Lumley on his 70th Birthday (June 24 and 25, 2001). Reviewed papers from this Symposium have been published by Physics of Fluids.I was also invited to present a talk at the Symposium in honor of Robert A. Antonia on his 60th Birthday (July 18 and 19, 2003). Reviewed papers from this Symposium have been published by Flow, Turbulence and Combustion. Also at that for his 70th birthday (3-5 July 2013).
DRIVE (in French) : a research program aimed at providing quantitative experimental data for automotive applications to strengthen the risk assessments. The work program of DRIVE covers all aspects of the accidental chain : hydrogen releases, formation of an explosive atmosphere (ATEX), ignition of the ATEX, flame propagation and its consequences. State-of-the-art risk assessment and mitigation techniques are also considered.
See the full-scale poster
a symposium organized in honor of Roland
Borghi on his 60th birthday,
January, 31 and February, 1, 2005
on the Technopôle de
|Correspondent for the domain of (Fluid) Mechanics ( - Energetics) for the association||
'Technology in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur'
Born in 1959 (Grenoble) ; Engineer in 1981 (E.N.S.H., Grenoble) ;
Ph D in 1983 (I.M.G., Grenoble, with E.J. Hopfinger and Y. Gagne) ;
Post-doc in 1984 (University of Newcastle, Australia, with R.A. Antonia) ;
Chargé de Recherche au CNRS from 1985 to 1998 (I.R.P.H.E. - formerly I.M.S.T., Marseille, with L. Fulachier) ;
Through the ERCOFTACSIG#24 Variable density turbulent flows ,
(France, 35 kms south of Perpignan)
the 1999 workshop of the CNRS Groupement De
Recherche (G.D.R.) on Turbulence
(the full-scale 29.7cmx21cm poster is available here)
tribute (in French) to Régine CAVAGNOUD,
who died at Innsbruck University Hospital
Wednesday Oct. 31, 2001. She had been brought to the hospital
two days before, after she had collided with a ski coach during training.
Published Conference Proceedings
Favorite Hobbies and Preferred Web Links
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