Supervisory authorities



our social networks



Home > StagesMatière molle à l’échelle nano

StagesMatière molle à l’échelle nano

Articles with keyword "Matière molle à l’échelle nano"

Biomimetic and bio-engineered shear stress sensor

To characterize a fluid flow, the simplest method is to measure the velocity field. But, in the case of complex fluids for which there is no constitutive law, the shear stress remains unknown. (...)

Read more

Confined Ionic Liquids Under Electric Field.

Ionic Liquids (IL) are promissing materials for new technologies in the field of energy storage and generation, such as super-capacitors, lithium batteries, or fuel cells. In these applications (...)

Read more

Dissolution of gas and growth of bubbles in a polymeric material (collaboration LIPhy/Saint-Gobain)

More than sixty years ago, Epstein and Plesset presented solution for the growth rate and dissolution of a gas bubble in an oversaturated liquid-gas solution. The objective of this internship is (...)

Read more

Nanoparticles transport in confined geometry

Controlling fluid flow in a porous medium may be critical for some industries. For example, in enhanced oil recovery, water is commonly injected into the rock to force the expulsion of captive (...)

Read more

Non contact measurement of mechanical properties of living tissues at microscale

In living organism, the exra-cellular matrix (ECM) has a significant role in questions such as cell adhesion, cell-to-cell communication and differentiation. Mechanical properties and mechanical (...)

Read more

Surfactant Adsorption in Porous Media

Surfactants are important in soft matter physics. These amphiphile molecules, which possess a hydrophilic head combined with a hydrophobic tail, are relevant to many applications such as soap (...)

Read more