Since 2010 : Researcher
2008-2010: Post-doctoral position on aerated materials
2005-2008 : PhD thesis on physic-chemistry of soft condensed matter, Université Bordeaux 1
My research concern physics and physico-chemistry of material and their application to civil engineering materials. I search to establish the link between the macroscopic properties of the materials and their microscopic origin, in order to predict their mechanical characteristics as function of the physico-chemistry of the system.
In the last years, I have been more particularly interested in the link between formulation, microstructure and material properties, by declining this approach on different subjects:
Contact and macroscopic ageing in colloidal suspensions
F. Bonacci, X. Chateau, E.M. Furst, J. Fusier, J. Goyon and A. Lemaitre
Nature Materials, 2020, 19, 775-780.
Rheology signature of flocculated silica suspensions
Jennifer Fusier, Julie Goyon, Xavier Chateau, Fabrice Toussaint
Journal of rheology, 2018, 62 (3), pp.753-771.
Elastoplastic behavior of yield stress fluids
E. N’Gouamba, J. Goyon, and P. Coussot
Phys. Rev. Fluids, 2019, 4, 123301.
Wall slip mechanisms in direct and inverse emulsions
X. Zhang, Elise Lorenceau, Tarik Bourouina, Philippe Basset, T. Oerther, Maude Ferrari, Florence Rouyer, Julie Goyon, Philippe Coussot
Journal of rheology, 2018, 62 (6), pp.1495 – 1513.
Rheological behaviour of suspensions of bubbles in yield stress fluids
Lucie Ducloué, Olivier Pitois, Julie Goyon, Xavier Chateau, Guillaume Ovarlez
Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 2015, pp.31-39.
Shear Induced Drainage in Foamy Yield-Stress Fluids
J. Goyon, F. Bertrand, O. Pitois, and G. Ovarlez
Phys. Rev. Lett., 2010, 104, 128301