ULiège GRASP researchers are demonstrating how to trigger a transition from one state to another, either by rearranging the crystal or by controlling its growth.
This award is given for his research in the field of granular materials under reduced gravity, a crucial subject for the next Artemis missions to the moon
Prof. Scott Russel WAITUKAITIS (Institute of Science and Technology, Austria) will give a seminar entitled "From rabbits to planets: the enduring mystery of contact electrification" (April 25-29, 2022).
Benjamin Apffel (ESPCI, Paris) will give a presentation entitled "Wave propagation in time-varying media: from frequency conversion to inverted buoyancy" in the next GRASP seminar on 21 March 2022 at 9.00 in room 3/14 (B5a).
Nicolas Preud’homme, a researcher from the GRASP lab, participated in the P&G conference to present a poster for his work on the effect of grain shape on the flow of granular materials. He just won the Best Poster Video Prize of the conference.