WHO WE ARE ?
We are a research group of scientific members whose goal is to think together about solutions around unresolved issues in physics today.
Why did you choose « Entro-π Fluid »? Because we are mainly working on the quest for a theory of quantum gravity based on the principles of thermodynamics (more precisely entropy) and fluid mechanics. Obviously, our research is not limited to its areas!
The group was created to think together about physical solutions (brainstorming). We are many, but always open to new members!
If you wish to join us, click here:
OUR SECONDARY SITE
We have a second site called Entro-π Fluid which includes a lot of element: Our publications (book, preprint, article, etc.) but also a directory, agenda, forum, blog, quiz etc. This second site is both an archival site and a site for the general public. Do not hesitate to consult it by yourself !
OUR GROUP IN A FEW KEYWORDS
Here are some key words that describe our research group, its objectives, its members, and its work.
We are a scientific research group whose goal is to brainstorm several solutions to current physical problems such as quantum gravity in multiple fields: quantum physics, general relativity, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics etc.
We are working mainly on quantum gravity, but also on various physical problems still unresolved. To see the list of unresolved physics issues, click on the following link:
With more than 35 publications (article, preprint, and others), 14 000 views, 240 recommendations, and 5 citations, our research group is internationally recognized by the scientific community for its quality work and innovation (see below).
We publish regularly new articles, submitted to magazines or not, as well as presentation articles, power-point, etc. To view all our publications, click on the link below:
OUR SECONDARY SITE
We have a second site hosted on e-monsite (in English and French) that has a scientific news bog, quizzes, a directory, an agenda and many other things! To visit it, click on the link below:
THE UPDATE BLOG
You can watch the various updates that have been made to our work and our research group on our blog (see link below). To subscribe to the newslater, go further on the site.
Number of publication
(article, prepint, book etc.)
120 000 +
Number of view on
1 200 +
FOUNDER OF THE GROUP
THE FOUNDER OF THE WEBSITE
Born in 1998, Roman Baudrimont is a self-taught independent researcher who has been working for 5 years in scientific research.
He completed his training through online university courses (MOOC) as well as online certified courses (Richard Taillet’s French course, books and manuals on point mechanics, general relativity, etc.). His experiences with scientific social networks (Academia.edu, Research Gate) have allowed him to refine his skills and to be a researcher recognized by the scientific community.
At present, with his 5 scientific papers (including 4 available in French) published on Academia.edu, Research Gate, www.preprints.org and the General Science Journal, his work has had a global impact: With more than 10 000 views (United States of America, England, France, Italy, India, Germany etc.), more than 100 recommendations, 500 downloads, and with 29 mentions (quoted in Academia.edu) and nearly 200 followers, Roman Baudrimont is recognized worldwide.
He had Multiple scientific discussion / debate, notably with Franck Delplace (founder of the theory of a very viscous fluid space-time, doctorate in mechanics, post doctorate in chemistry, DEA, INRA), Dahl Winters (graduate student of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Bayarsaikhan Choisuren (Researcher at Institute of Physics and Technology Mongolian Academy of Sciences), Evgeni B. Starikov (Independent Scientific Research Worker, also partially at KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany), Klee Irwin (author, physicist and entrepreneur, Quantum Gravity Research) etc.
Member of Bijective Physics Group, he first created an online site called Entro-π Fluid hosted on e-monsite (full scientific site: directory, agenda, forum, blog etc.) and decided, in 2019, to create the research group Entro-π Fluid Group, linked to the aforementioned website.