Joris Heyman |

Chargé de Recherche, Institut National des Sciences de l'Univers, CNRS
Géosciences Rennes, Bretagne, France,
Bat. 14B, Room 203, +33(0)2 23 23 35 29
ORCID iD 0000-0002-0327-7924

Research areas :

Earth sciences, Geophysical flows, Turbulence, Natural Hazards and Extreme events

Expertise :

Fluid Mechanics, Rheology, Mass and momentum transport, Stochastic models and probabilistic theory, Dynamical systems, Chaotic advection, Image analysis, Computer vision.

Selected works

3D flow simulations of beads in contact showing the stretch & fold chaotic phenomenon
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Solute mixing in 3D porous media visualized through refractive index matching.
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The SUCHY project: seeing through the hyporheic interface.

Experiments shows that 3D Stokes flow through granular porous media have chaotic streamlines at pore scale.

Dense granular flows driven by gravity show non-trivial rheologies

Bedload transport in montaineous streams present spatio-temporally correlated fluctuations

Cyclic steps results from sub-critical bifurcation and show hysteretical behavior