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2019: Referring to our article C. Laroche, J.-C. Bacri, M. Devaud, T. Jamin, E. Falcon Physical Review Letters (2019)

Referring to our article A. Cazaubiel, F. Haudin, E. Falcon, M. Berhanu Phys. Rev. Fluids 4, 074803 (2019)Simons
2019: Referring to our Book "Coalescence, Visions of Science" (Collectif Art In Research, Lienart Ed., Paris April 2019)
2019: Referring to our funding on Wave Turbulence collaboration by Simons Foundation (New-York, USA)
2017: Referring to our article Falcon et al., Phys. Rev. Fluids 2, 102601(R) (2017) – Rapid Communication

2017: Referring to our experiment FLUIDICS performed in International Space Station (ISS) in May 2017   see our 2018 article Wave turbulence in microgravity

2016:  Phys. Rev. E Milstone Paper from American Physical Society* (among 50,000 papers published since the journal inception in 1993)

2016: Referring to our article Bonnefoy et al, J. Fluid Mech. Rapids 805, R3 (2016)


2016: Referring to our article Jamin et al., Phys. Rev. Fluids 1, 021901(R) (2016) – Rapid Comm.

50 years of Scientific
                            Results: Waves on an ocean without gravity2015: Referring to 50 years of CNES (French Space Agency):  50 years of Scientific Results

2014: Referring to our article Deike et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 234501(2014)

2014:  Referring to our article S. Merminod, M. Berhanu & E. Falcon EPL 106, 44005 (2014)                                                           

2012 & 2011:  
Referring to our article T. Jamin, C. Py & E. Falcon, Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 244503 (2011)

2010 :
IYC2010Article "El efecto Branly" Investigacion Y Ciencia, p. 80-86 Mayo 2010 (Spain edition of Scientific American)

2009 & 2008:
  Referring to our article F. Boyer & E. Falcon, Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 244502 (2008) 

Referring to the first Parabolic Flights to observe pure capillary wave turbulence in low-gravity environment

Article L'effet Branly livre ses secrets Pour La Science 340, pp. 58 - 64, Février 2006 (French ed. of Scientific American)

billesBranly.jpg Winner of the 2004 Branly prize (in french)

                                    The Branly prize is awarded to a recipient who works on the electrical properties
                                               and conduction processes in insulators and disordered systems.

2003 & 2004:
VIP.gif   vip0405 V.I.P. 2003-04 and 2004-05 of the Lyons area  lyonmag
                                                        from the "LyonMag" magazine (in french)

2002 & 2003: 
Referring to our article E. Falcon et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 89, 204501 (2002)

2002:      award  "Bronze award for MiniTexus scientist" by the European Space Agency (see also here )

CNRS Bronze award (in french)

2001: Grant of the French ministry government

1999: Referring to our article E. Falcon et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 83, 440 (July 1999)
``Building Threories on Sand'' by C. Holden in ``Random Samples
``Vibrating grains form floating clumps'' by P. Weiss or References only
``Granular Materials Tested In Outer Space For First Time''
``Clustering in Granular Gases'' by P. F. Schewe and B. Stein

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