Phorest is a project funded by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR, programme jeunes chercheurs) and lead by Sarah Benchabane. I am helping Sarah with modeling and numerical simulation of phononic pillar resonators on a surface and their coupling to surface elastic waves.
OASIS is a project funded by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR, France-Switzerland) and lead by Jean-Charles Beugnot. I am helping Jean-Charles with the modeling and numerical simulation of Brillouin scattering in all types of optical fibers.
Recently finished projects in the Phononic Crystals group @ FEMTO-ST
TAILPHOX was a FET-open European project funded under the FP7. TAILPHOX stands for TAILoring photon-phonon interaction in silicon PHOXonic crystals.
MINIPHON was a national project funded by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR, programme Blanc). MINIPHON means MINIature PHONonic crystal transducers. The project ended end of March 2013.
phoXcry was a national project funded by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR, programme P3N). phoXcry stands for phoXonic crystals in lithium niobate. The project ended end of June 2013.
I am maintaining a collection of FreeFem++ scripts for the finite element analysis of phononic crystals. They can be downloaded here as a zip archive (17 MBytes). These scripts are companions to my book Phononic Crystals (De Gruyter, 2015) and are best used with it. Once you have extracted the archive, please look at file index.html for more explanations. FreeFem++ (abbreviated ff++) is a finite element language developed by Frédéric Hecht and co-workers at Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris, France. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
SlownessBuddy is a Windows executable for computing slowness curves for elastic waves in solids. Included are bulk and surface elastic waves in arbitrary piezoelectric materials.