Gulliver at a glance

The unit is named “Gulliver” in order to emphasize the diversity of scales that are studied there, from millimeter-scale capillary gravity waves to micrometer-scale colloidal objects (more ...).

The research Unit is divided into four groups : PCT, MMN and EC2M, SPM.

Gulliver a strong desire to promote cross-group collaborations and to provide a stimulating environment where talented researchers can interact and work together on a daily basis.


The emergence of a new lift force

What common between a cartilaginous joint, the vehicle aquaplaning or the flow of red blood (...)

A lab on a chip to produce blood platelets

Blood platelets are cells essential for blood clotting. The growing increase in platelet needs (...)

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Welcome to the new GULLIVER team : SPM

SPM (Molecular systems and programs) is lead by Yannick Rondelez and works on molecular (...)

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Coupling spin to velocity: collective motion of Hamiltonian polar particles

Sigbjørn Løland Bore, Michael Schindler, Khanh-Dang Nguyen Thu Lam, Eric Bertin and Olivier...


Phase diagram of a bulk 1d lattice Coulomb gas

V. Démery, R. Monsarrat, D. S. Dean et R. Podgornik, EPL 113 18008.

The exact solution, via...


Nano systems and devices for applications in biology and nanotechnology Solid-State Electronics

Perret, G., P. Ginet, M. C. Tarhan, A. Baccouche, T. Lacornerie, M. Kumemura, L. Jalabert et al....


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Practical information

ESPCI Administrator: Stéphanie Ledoux
Tél. : 01 40 79 47 39
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CNRS Administrator: Solange Rogue
Tél. : 01 40 79 47 27
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Director: Elie Raphaël
Tél. : 01 40 79 46 00
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Assistant Director: Olivier Dauchot
Tél. : 01 40 79 58 42
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