Laboratoire des Écoulements Géophysiques et Industriels

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Anne-Marie Van-Hirtum

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Courriel : Anne-Marie.Van-Hirtum(A)
Courriel (bis) : Annemie.Van-Hirtum(A)
Bureau : G103
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Voir en ligne : Annemie Van Hirtum WebPage


CNRS researcher

My main research interest comprises the study (modeling, experiment and simulation) of moderate Reynolds number flows and aero-acoustics.

These flows are crucial to many applications, either natural or industrial. Common biomedical examples are human speech sound production, physiological flows, etc.

Information or contact : see my webpage



Bouvet, A., Amelot, A., Pelorson, X., Maeda, S., & Van Hirtum, A. (2019). External lighting and sensing photoglottography: Characterization and MSePGG algorithm. Biomedical Signal Processing and Control, 51, 318–327.
Pont, A., Guasch, O., Baiges, J., Codina, R., & Van Hirtum, A. (2019). Computational aeroacoustics to identify sound sources in the generation of sibilant /s/. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering, .


Blandin, R., Van Hirtum, A., Pelorson, X., & Laboissière, R. (2018). The effect on vowel directivity patterns of higher order propagation modes. Journal of Sound and Vibration, 432, 621–632.
Van Hirtum, A., Bouvet, A., & Pelorson, X. (2018). Pressure drop for adiabatic air-water flow through a time-varying constriction. Physics of Fluids, 30(10).