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Baptiste Coquinot

Baptiste Coquinot

Master of Science
PhD student under the supervision of Lydéric Bocquet & Nikita Kavokine.

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Introduction
I am a theoretical physicist interested in fluid dynamics, statistical physics and soft matter. More on my webpage: https://coquinot.fr
Education
September 2017 - August 2021

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Publications (6)
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In this article we analyze several mathematical models with singularities where the classical cotangent model is replaced by a $b$-cotangent model. We provide physical interpretations of the singular symplectic geometry underlying in $b$-cotangent bundles featuring two models: the canonical (or non-twisted) model and the twisted one. The first one...
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The interface between a liquid and a solid is the location of plethora of intrincate mechanisms at the nanoscale, at the root of their specific emerging properties in natural processes or technological applications. However, while the structural properties and chemistry of interfaces have been intensively explored, the effect of the solid-state ele...
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An electronic current driven through a conductor can induce a current in another conductor through the famous Coulomb drag effect. Similar phenomena have been reported at the interface between a moving fluid and a conductor, but their interpretation has remained elusive. Here, we develop a quantum-mechanical theory of the intertwined fluid and elec...
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General equations for conservative yet dissipative (entropy producing) extended magnetohydrodynamics are derived from two-fluid theory. Keeping all terms generates unusual cross-effects, such as thermophoresis and a current viscosity that mixes with the usual velocity viscosity. While the Poisson bracket of the ideal version of this model has alrea...
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General equations for conservative yet dissipative (entropy producing) extended magnetohydrodynamics are derived from two-fluid theory. Keeping all terms generates unusual cross-effects, such as thermophoresis and a current viscosity that mixes with the usual velocity viscosity. While the Poisson bracket of the ideal version of this model have alre...

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