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Laboratory FAST (Fluides, Automatique et Systèmes Thermiques) is a CNRS research laboratory (UMR 7608), associated with University Paris-Sud.

Research areas

Head: M. Rabaud

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From June 27, 2016, and during the works for the new building (end of 2018), Laboratory FAST is located on two sites:
Offices: 23-25 rue Jean Rostand, on the Parc-Club d'Orsay.
Experiment building: Bâtiment 502, rue André Rivière.

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The new building (2018)

Focus on a project

Crack patterns in paintings


F. Giorgiutti, L. Pauchard

Collaboration : M. Menu (C2RMF - musée du Louvre)

The large variety of craquelures reveal some characteristics of the pictorial layer. Moreover studying the stability of a crack network is essential in the domain of heritage conservation. The formation of a crack network is investigated using model systems in a multi-layered geometry.

F. Giorgiutti-Dauphiné, L. Pauchard, Journal of Applied Physics 120, 065107 (2016).



Other experiments in this research area

Leloir Prize awarded by Jean Pierre Hulin

The prize "Dr. Luis Federico Leloir" is awarded by Jean Pierre Hulin, member of Laboratoire International Associé "Physique et Mécanique des Fluides", for his contributions to French-Argentine cooperation in Science.

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Focus

CREEP Innovative Training Network

FAST is part of the European Horizon 2020- Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Innovative Training Network (ITN) CREEP: Complex RhEologies in Earth dynamics and industrial Processes

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 News

Next FAST-LIMSI seminars:

Thursday, July 12 at 14, FAST conference room:
Luc Deike (Princeton University):
Wave breaking turbulence in ocean-atmosphere interactions


Laboratory FAST is partner of Labex LASIPS and Labex PALM.


Laboratoire FAST is member of Laboratoire International Associé (LIA) "Physique et Mécanique des Fluides".

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Physical Hydrodynamics - 2nd edition

E. Guyon, J.P. Hulin, L. Petit, C.D. Mitescu (Oxford University Press, 2015).


La matière en désordre

E. Guyon, J.P. Hulin, D. Bideau (2014).


Hydrodynamique physique - 3e édition

E. Guyon, J.P. Hulin, L. Petit (2012).