Matthieu Micoulaut, Professor at UPMC, Paris
Laboratoire de Physique Théorique de la Matière Condensée
This page has been designed to be an internet source that presents theoretical modelling of
complex materials such as glasses, amorphous systems, liquids, granular materials, etc. Please feel free to
browse, send comments, ask questions or apply on open positions.
Welcome to a Web page devoted to the study of complex materials
The majority of the research effort is currently engaged in three general fields of interest: the understanding
of glasses from the viewpoint of topology and flexibility/rigidity, the atomic-scale description of disordered
systems using molecular simulations, and the modelling of granular gases for applications in mechanical engineering.
More details can be found in the relevant web page.
- Atomistic Modeling of Glass Structure and Glass Properties ,
a mini Interactive
Course given at the International Materials Institute for New Functionality in Glass, Lehigh and Penn State University.
- Our recent paper proving the
existence of a reversibility window at the glass transition for isostatic network glasses.