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Johannes Aichele started his studies at RWTH Aachen university at the geoscience department.  During his bachelor he spent one year at Toulouse Paul Sabatier university where he developed an interest in geophysics.  After obtaining a B.Sc degree in Georesource management he continued his studies at TU Delft, ETH Zurich and RWTH Aachen where he retrieved a triple diploma as Master of Science in Applied Geophysics. He is currently a doctoral student of Stefan Catheline (Labtau) and Philippe Roux (Isterre, University of Grenoble) and works on elastic waves in complex conditions His thesis, right at the interface of geophysical and medical imaging, uses high frame ultrafast imaging to investigate the onset of rupture on laboratory earthquakes and viscous dispersion of elastic waves in soft porous foams.  

  • Capturing the Shear and Secondary Compression Waves: High-Frame-Rate Ultrasound Imaging in Saturated Foams
    J. Aichele, B. Giammarinaro, M. Reinwald, G. Le Moign, and S. Catheline
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 123, 148001 – Published 30 September 2019 [Editor's choice]


  • Multiple sources array controls shear-wave field in soft tissue using time reversal
    C Zemzemi1,2,3, J Aichele1,2 and S Catheline1,2
    Published 19 September 2018© 2018 Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine
    Physics in Medicine & Biology, Volume 63, Number 18