Welcome to my website!
I am a physicist, specialized in fluid mechanics and soft matter, CNRS research scientist at ESPCI's PMMH laboratory, in Paris, France. My research interests include flows of complex fluids, freezing at the capillary scale and plant physics.
Our article “The onset of heterogeneity in the pinch-off of suspension drops” has just been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. For the non-specialists, UCSB’s Harrison Tasoff just wrote a paper on the subject.
On November 22nd, 2021, Alban Sauret and I received the Milton Van Dyke award from the Gallery of Fluid Motion of the APS for my video on the fragmentation of viscous compound filaments. The video was ranked first by the jury, and received coverage in the APS popularization magazine, Physics. All this on my birthday!
I also ran twice in the poster contest, with my own work on the pinch-off of complex suspensions and with Deok-Hoon Jeong’s PhD work on the dip-coating with bidisperse suspensions.
My drops of viscoelastic suspensions are in FY Fluid Dynamics!
This video was presented at the 2018 Gallery of Fluid Motion. It summarizes the main topics of my PhD.