Mathieu Leocmach
Mathieu Leocmach
Institut Lumière Matière, UMR5306 CNRS, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1
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Roles of icosahedral and crystal-like order in the hard spheres glass transition
M Leocmach, H Tanaka
Nature communications 3 (1), 1-8, 2012
2262012
Creep and fracture of a protein gel under stress
M Leocmach, C Perge, T Divoux, S Manneville
Physical review letters 113 (3), 038303, 2014
752014
Importance of many-body correlations in glass transition: An example from polydisperse hard spheres
M Leocmach, J Russo, H Tanaka
The Journal of chemical physics 138 (12), 12A536, 2013
492013
High-throughput and long-term observation of compartmentalized biochemical oscillators
K Hasatani, M Leocmach, AJ Genot, A Estévez-Torres, T Fujii, Y Rondelez
Chemical Communications 49 (73), 8090-8092, 2013
392013
A novel particle tracking method with individual particle size measurement and its application to ordering in glassy hard sphere colloids
M Leocmach, H Tanaka
Soft Matter 9 (5), 1447-1457, 2013
342013
Differential dynamic microscopy to characterize Brownian motion and bacteria motility
D Germain, M Leocmach, T Gibaud
American Journal of Physics 84 (3), 202-210, 2016
332016
Formation of porous crystals via viscoelastic phase separation
H Tsurusawa, J Russo, M Leocmach, H Tanaka
Nature materials 16 (10), 1022-1028, 2017
222017
Hierarchical wrinkling in a confined permeable biogel
M Leocmach, M Nespoulous, S Manneville, T Gibaud
Science advances 1 (9), e1500608, 2015
212015
Direct link between mechanical stability in gels and percolation of isostatic particles
H Tsurusawa, M Leocmach, J Russo, H Tanaka
Science advances 5 (5), eaav6090, 2019
202019
Novel zone formation due to interplay between sedimentation and phase ordering
M Leocmach, CP Royall, H Tanaka
EPL (Europhysics Letters) 89 (3), 38006, 2010
202010
Active glass: Ergodicity breaking dramatically affects response to self-propulsion
N Klongvessa, F Ginot, C Ybert, C Cottin-Bizonne, M Leocmach
Physical review letters 123 (24), 248004, 2019
152019
Local oscillatory rheology from echography
B Saint-Michel, T Gibaud, M Leocmach, S Manneville
Physical Review Applied 5 (3), 034014, 2016
102016
Nonmonotonic behavior in dense assemblies of active colloids
N Klongvessa, F Ginot, C Ybert, C Cottin-Bizonne, M Leocmach
Physical Review E 100 (6), 062603, 2019
92019
Poly (ionic liquid) s with controlled architectures and their use in the making of ionogels with high conductivity and tunable rheological properties
H Srour, M Leocmach, V Maffeis, AC Ghogia, S Denis-Quanquin, ...
Polymer Chemistry 7 (43), 6608-6616, 2016
82016
Irreversible hardening of a colloidal gel under shear: The smart response of natural rubber latex gels
G de Oliveira Reis, T Gibaud, B Saint-Michel, S Manneville, M Leocmach, ...
Journal of colloid and interface science 539, 287-296, 2019
62019
Mediating Gel Formation from Structurally Controlled Poly (Electrolytes) Through Multiple “Head‐to‐Body” Electrostatic Interactions
H Srour, O Ratel, M Leocmach, EA Adams, S Denis‐Quanquin, ...
Macromolecular rapid communications 36 (1), 55-59, 2015
62015
Étude expérimentale du mouvement brownien d’une particule colloïdale
P Maurer, J Ferrand, M Leocmach, T Gibaud
Bulletin de l'Union des Physiciens 108 (969), 1567--1583, 2014
32014
Spontaneous bond orientational ordering in liquids: An intimate link between glass transition and crystallization
H Tanaka, J Russo, M Leocmach, T Kawasaki
AIP Conference Proceedings 1518 (1), 143-152, 2013
22013
Characterization of the gelation and resulting network of a mixed-protein gel derived from sodium caseinate and ovalbumin in the presence of glucono-δ-lactone
N Yuno-Ohta, N Shimonomura, Y Hoshi, M Leocmach, K Hori, H Ohta
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 111472, 2020
2020
Ion pairing controls rheological properties of “processionary” polyelectrolyte hydrogels
H Srour, MDD Ayagou, TTT Nguyen, N Taberlet, S Manneville, C Andraud, ...
Soft matter 12 (48), 9749-9758, 2016
2016
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