I am an experimental physicist working on interfacial flows and dynamics. In particular, I am interested in the stability of soapy objects like foam films, bubbles or foams. This includes flow at interfaces, dynamic interfaces and their mechanical properties, macscopic behaviour of soapy objects.
- Foams, bubbles and soap films stability
- Surface rheology
- Thin film thinning, drainage and evaporation
- PhD in Hydrodynamics, 2005, Paris 6 University
- Accreditation to direct research (HDR), 2013, Paris Sud University
Professor in Paris Saclay University
Head of the track “Soft Matter and Biophysics” in the ICFP Master 2
Lecture in Complex Fluid and Interfaces in the Master 1 in fundamental physics
Lecture in Interfacial flows in the Master 2 DFE
Teaching about the scientific approach in the first year of physics licence
Rupture of foam films
Photography ©Serge Guichard
Soapy objects stability and surface rheology
Link between the mechanical properties of interfaces and the macroscopic properties of foam films, bubbles or foams.
Dynamic contact lines
Contact lines in presence of surface flows
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Professor Paris Saclay University
Paris Saclay University
2006-2020 Assistant Professor
2013 Accreditation to direct research (HDR),
DTU – Copenhagen
2005-2006 Post-doctoral fellow in the physics department of the Danish Technological University under the supervision of Tomas Bohr.
ESPCI – Paris
2002- 2005 PhD in the laboratory PMMH, ESPCI, Paris. Supervisor: Laurent Limat. Drops, puddles and dry arches: contact lines in presence of a flow.