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Bruno Giammarinaro was born in Longjumeau, France, in 1989. He obtained a Magister of fundamental physics of Univ. Paris VII in 2011 and a Master degree in acoustics of Université Paris Diderot (Paris VII) in 2012. In 2016, he received a PhD degree of Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI) in acoustics dealing with the “Nonlinear focusing of shock shear waves in quasi-incompressible solids”. Working as a postdoctoral fellowship since 2016 in the LabTAU, his research currently concerns the development of ultrasound imaging techniques and more particularly the passive elastography. His current project is focused on the feasibility on monitoring high intensity focused ultrasound treatments by passive elastography.  

• Giammarinaro, B., Espíndola, D., Coulouvrat, F., & Pinton, G. (2018). Focusing of Shear Shock Waves. Physical Review Applied, 9(1), 014011.
• Giammarinaro, B., Zorgani, A., & Catheline, S. (2018). Shear-Wave Sources for Soft Tissues in Ultrasound Elastography. IRBM, 39(4), 236–242.
• Giammarinaro, B., Coulouvrat, F., & Pinton, G. (2016). Numerical Simulation of Focused Shock Shear Waves in Soft Solids and a Two-Dimensional Nonlinear Homogeneous Model of the Brain. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 138(4), 041003.
• Viard, N., Giammarinaro, B., Derode, A., & Barrière, C. (2013). Coherent transmission of an ultrasonic shock wave through a multiple scattering medium. Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics, 88(2).