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
Link between the mechanical properties of interfaces and the macroscopic properties of foam films, bubbles or foams.
Contact lines in presence of surface flows
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Professor 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.
2002- 2005 PhD in the laboratory PMMH, ESPCI, Paris. Supervisor: Laurent Limat. Drops, puddles and dry arches: contact lines in presence of a flow.