Accès thématique aux CV

David Gregoire— Professeur des Universités / Full Professor —

  • Adj. dir. site d'Anglet et responsable du groupe MPPM au LFCR (UMR5150)
  • Directeur adjoint à la recherche et responsable du master international de l'ISA BTP
  • Co-pilote de la mission interdisciplinaire “Organiser la subsidiarité énergétique à l’échelle des territoires” à l'UPPA
    Campus Côte Basque - Montaury F64600 Anglet, France
  • Milieux poreux, Porosité, Géomécanique, Endommagement, Rupture, Perméabilité, Couplages multi-physiques, Adsorption, Haloclastie, Bio-inspiration, Nacre naturelle, Bétons de coquillages
  • david.gregoire @ univ-pau.fr
  • www.davidgregoire.fr


Détails disponibles à www.davidgregoire.fr

Short bio
David Grégoire (Full Professor in Mechanics), specialised in failure, transport properties and multiphysics couplings in porous media, has been graduated from ENS Cachan (France) in 2004. He obtained his PhD degree in Mechanics from INSA-Lyon (France) in 2008 and then joined Northwestern University (USA) as a research associate. After one year, he came back in France for a second postdoctoral position at UPPA where he was finally hired in 2010. He defended his French habilitation thesis in Mechanics in 2014 and is heading since 2015 the Geomechanics & Porous Media research group at LFCR (UMR5150), a joined UPPA/CNRS/Total lab. From 2010 to 2015, he was the recipient of a CNRS Higher Education Chair and he is an honorary member of the Institut Universitaire de France (junior chair 2017-2022). From 2019 to 2025, David Grégoire is co-heading the International hub Newpores dedicated to the mechanics and physics of porous materials, which intends to answer to new Energy and Environment challenges. This is a joint effort of the G2MP research group at E2S UPPA (France), the Centre for Sustainable Engineering of Geological and Infrastructure Materials (SEGIM) at Northwestern University (USA), the University of Vigo (Spain), the Technical University of Madrid (Spain) and the University of Liège (Belgium).

Education & degrees

2014 Habilitation Thesis in Mechanics, 22/10/2014, UPPA.
Jury : J.Carmeliet, A. Combescure, R.de Borst (président), D.Kondo (rapporteur), N.Moës (rapporteur, G. Pijaudier-Cabot, G. Viggiani (rapporteur).
2008 Ph.D Thesis in Mechanics, 24/20/2008, INSA-Lyon.
Jury : A. Combescure, L. Daudeville (rapporteur), J. Fabis, G. Gary, D. Leguillon (président), H. Maigre, D. Rittel (rapporteur), H. Trumel.
2004 Graduate from École Normale Supérieure, Cachan, France.

Thèmes de recherche

Détails disponibles à www.davidgregoire.fr

Research thematics

  • Reactive transport and damage induced by crystallisation/precipitation in porous geomaterials
  • Bioinspiration from natural seashells and translation into construction materials
  • Adsorption-induced deformation in micro-to-macro-porous media
  • Couplings between damage, failure and transport in tight quasi-brittle materials

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