Surface finish, Adhesion, Surface roughness, Titanium and Nanotechnology are his primary areas of study. Maxence Bigerelle interconnects Wetting, Contact angle, Surface and Electrical discharge machining, Machining in the investigation of issues within Surface finish. Maxence Bigerelle works on Adhesion which deals in particular with Cell adhesion.
Maxence Bigerelle has included themes like Fibronectin, Extracellular matrix and Biomedical engineering in his Cell adhesion study. His Surface roughness study is related to the wider topic of Composite material. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Polishing and Titanium.
Maxence Bigerelle focuses on Surface finish, Surface roughness, Composite material, Surface and Fractal dimension. Maxence Bigerelle combines subjects such as Adhesion, Nanotechnology, Engineering drawing, Optics and Polishing with his study of Surface finish. Adhesion and Titanium are frequently intertwined in his study.
His work carried out in the field of Nanotechnology brings together such families of science as Isotropy and Cell adhesion. His Surface roughness study incorporates themes from Metallurgy, Mechanics and Forensic engineering. He interconnects Mechanical engineering and Machining in the investigation of issues within Surface.
Maxence Bigerelle spends much of his time researching Surface finish, Composite material, Surface roughness, Mechanics and Surface. Maxence Bigerelle integrates many fields, such as Surface finish and Biological system, in his works. His study on Metal matrix composite, Titanium alloy and Coating is often connected to Particle sorting as part of broader study in Composite material.
His Titanium alloy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Adhesion, Powder metallurgy, Microstructure, Strain rate and Titanium. His Surface roughness study deals with Microscale chemistry intersecting with Groove, Cell morphology and Selective laser melting. His Fractal dimension study also includes
His scientific interests lie mostly in Surface finish, Curvature, Composite material, Nucleus and Cell migration. His study on Surface finish is covered under Metallurgy. His Curvature research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Polishing, Brightness, Optics and Reflectometry.
When carried out as part of a general Composite material research project, his work on Surface roughness and Contact line is frequently linked to work in Particle sorting and Concentric ring, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His studies in Surface roughness integrate themes in fields like Adhesion, Groove, Cell morphology, Selective laser melting and Titanium alloy. His Nucleus research incorporates elements of Cell adhesion, Intracellular, Cytoskeleton and Cell polarity.
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Qualitative and quantitative study of human osteoblast adhesion on materials with various surface roughnesses.
Karine Anselme;Maxence Bigerelle;B. Noel;E. Dufresne.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (2000)
The relative influence of the topography and chemistry of TiAl6V4 surfaces on osteoblastic cell behaviour.
K. Anselme;P. Linez;M. Bigerelle;D. Le Maguer.
Topography effects of pure titanium substrates on human osteoblast long-term adhesion.
K Anselme;M Bigerelle;M Bigerelle.
Acta Biomaterialia (2005)
In vitro MC3T3 osteoblast adhesion with respect to surface roughness of Ti6Al4V substrates.
P Linez-Bataillon;F Monchau;M Bigerelle;H.F Hildebrand.
Biomolecular Engineering (2002)
Improvement in the morphology of Ti-based surfaces: a new process to increase in vitro human osteoblast response.
M. Bigerelle;K. Anselme;B. Noël;I. Ruderman;I. Ruderman.
Effect of grooved titanium substratum on human osteoblastic cell growth.
K. Anselme;M. Bigerelle;B. Noël;A. Iost.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (2002)
Relative influence of surface topography and surface chemistry on cell response to bone implant materials. Part 2: Biological aspects
Karine Anselme;Arnaud Ponche;M Bigerelle.
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of Engineering in Medicine (2010)
Multiscale roughness analysis in injection‐molding process
Maxence Bigerelle;Adrien Van Gorp;Adrien Van Gorp;Adrien Van Gorp;Alain Iost.
Polymer Engineering and Science (2008)
Fractals and fracture
E. Charkaluk;M. Bigerelle;A. Iost.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (1998)
Role of materials surface topography on mammalian cell response
K Anselme;M Bigerelle.
International Materials Reviews (2011)
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