Prior to joining Osha Liang, Dr. Anne Dominique Cambou was a researcher in the area of soft condensed matter and nonequilibrium statistical physics. She spent over a year as a postdoctoral researcher at ESPCI Paris Tech, studying fracture dynamics in soft colloidal gels. Previous to working in Paris, Dr. Cambou was at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst where she was a postdoctoral researcher in Biophysics, studying the dynamics of emulsions of microtubules, after finishing her thesis there on the physics of highly deformed thin sheets. Her experimental background includes programming, particularly for image analysis, microfluidic fabrication, and microscopy.
- Ph.D., Physics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst (2014)
- M.S., Physics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst (2010)
- B.S., Physics, University of Texas at Austin (2005)
- “Orientational ordering in crumpled elastic thin sheets,” EPL, 2015
- “On the crumpling of thing sheets,” UMass Doctoral Dissertation, 2014
- “3D structure of a sheet crumpled into a ball,” PNAS, 2011
- “X-Ray computerized tomography of crumpled aluminum sheet, Chaos, 2009