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LASMIS projects

Conferences and workshops organized by LASMIS Group

  • Organization of MECAMAT Aussois Workshop in January 2020 on “Residual Stresses, new tools for new challenges”, 186 participants
  • Organization of a Training Course (4 days, 2019) on Residual Stress Analysis by X-ray Diffraction
  • Co-organization of the National Workshop of the Smart Network (2019) on "Industry 4.0n what kind of industry for the future", 150 participants.
  • 12th International Conference on Numerical Methods in Industrial Forming Processes, NUMIFORM 2016
  • 2nd International Conference on Damage Mechanics, ICDM2, 2015
  • 9th European Congress on Residual Stresses, ECRS-9, 2014, 268 participants
  • 17th French Conference on Mechanics (Congrès Français de Mécanique), CFM17, 2005, 1200 participants
  • National Conference of the French Group of Residual Stresses Analysis (GFAC), 2002, 70 participants

Research Projects

  • Project OmicroN (2020-2024) funded by Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) on residual stress measurements with Scanning Microwave Microscopy (SMM). Cooperation with Institut Carnot de Bourgogne (ICB, Université de Bourgogne), C&K Components and ARDPI.
  • Cooperation with SAFRAN Aircraft Engines (2015-2023) on cold expansion of hole in aircraft engines components made in nickel-based superalloys.
  • Project ALMARIS (2017-2021) funded by Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) on optimal structures obtained by additive manufacturing (LBM) using superelastic NiTi alloy. Cooperation with ONERA, Ecole des Mines de Paris, ENSAM-Arts et Métiers ParisTech and Polyshape
  • Project RESeed (2017-2021) funded by Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) on PLM approach for the valorisation of mechanical heritage. Cooperation with Université de Technologie de Compiègne (UTC), Ecole Centrale de Nantes (ECN), DeltaCAD, MCC Heritage, le Musée des Arts et Métiers et le Ministère de la Culture
  • Project RESEM FRONTALAS (2019-2020) funded by IRT M2P. Functionalization of surfaces by laser patterning. Cooperation with Institut Carnot de Bourgogne (ICB, Université de Bourgogne / Université de Technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard)
  • Project RESEM COMBINE (2019-2020) funded by IRT M2P. Development and application of sensors based on nanoparticles gratings for the optical follow up of mechanical properties of materials
  • Project DFORM (2017-2020) funded by SAFRANTECH on modelling the thermomechanical behaviour of materials and specific forming processes by use of multidimensional mechanics and differential geometry
  • Project RESEM COMODE (2018-2019) funded by IRT M2P. Strain and residual stresses in high temperature oxidation on reactive metallica alloys at microscale using nanoparticles gratings.
  • Project CONDOR (2015-2019) funded by IRT “Matériaux Métallurgie et Procédés (M2P)“. Modeling of shot-peening process in order to link the process to the fatigue life, taking into account the geometry and the microstructure of the component. Cooperation with ONERA, ENSAM ParisTech, AREVA, MPSA, SAFRAN, ARCELOR-MITTAL.
  • Project RESEM VIBFORM (2018-2019) funded by IRT M2P on modelling and experimental characterization of the vibration behaviour of stamped components


  • Member of the Research Group GeoMec (GDR Géométrie et Mécanique) created in 2018 (CNRS INSIS section 9 and INSMI section 41)
  • Member of the workgroup “reference specimens for X-ray stress analysis” lead by CETIM Senlis within the framework of Groupement Français d’Analyse des Contraintes (GFAC)
  • Member of the Research Group OXYFUN (Oxydes fonctionnels: des matériaux aux dispositifs) created in 2018 (CNRS INSIS section 8)
  • Member of MECAMAT association
  • Member of Association Française de Mécanique (AFM)
  • Member of Société Française de Métallurgie et Matériaux (SF2M)

Formalized partnerships

  • Corresponding laboratory of ANDRA on the design of High Activity waste containers
  • Nogent International Center for CVD Innovation, LRC-CEA n°DEN 3230
  • Chair on nanosensors innovation (starting 2020) to check advanced materials (nanostructured materials, additive manufactured materials) by use of non-destructive techniques (nanoparticles gratings) to map and characterize local thermomechanical quantities and predict specific events