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Congratulations to Chiara for her review on the use of luminescent iridium complexes in life science published in Coordination Chemistry Reviews.

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ICM Paper

Well, I finally finished my ICM paper. It’s only 30 pp, but it took many sleepless nights to write and maybe about 10 years to understand what exactly do I want to say. 258 more words


Stability of source defects in oscillatory media

Patterns are ubiquitous in nature, and understanding their formation and their dynamical behavior is always challenging and of great interest. Examples include patterns in fluids (e.g., Rayleigh-Benard convection between two flat plates, Taylor-Couette flow between rotating cylinders, surface waves in hydrothermal fluid flows,…), as well as in nonlinear optics, oscillatory chemical reactions and excitable biological media. 1,421 more words

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Where did all the tail clubs go?

Today is a New Paper Day! This time, we’re talking about the evolution of tail weapons!

(Two Ankylosaurus duke it out with their tail clubs. 1,378 more words


On the non-relativistic limit of Vlasov-Maxwell

In this note, I briefly explain my recent joint work with D. Han-Kwan (CNRS, Ecole polytechnique) and F. Rousset (Paris-Sud) on the non-relativistic limit of Vlassov-Maxwell. 783 more words

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Is everything we know about sauropod phylogeny nonsense?

Out today: a new Turiasaurian sauropod, Mierasaurus bobyoungi, from the Early Cretaceous Cedar Mountain formation in Utah. This comes to us courtesy of a nice paper by Royo Torres et al. 1,128 more words


New paper: Arbitrarily Large Solutions of the Vlasov-Poisson System

Jonathan Ben-Artzi recently uploaded a new paper entitled Arbitrarily large solutions of the Vlasov-Poisson system, co-authored with Stephen Pankavich and Simone Calogero.

The Vlasov-Poisson system, which models the statistical behavior of many-particle systems, is known to have global-in-time classical solutions (in three dimensions). 130 more words

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