This autumn school focuses on liquids in the vicinity of interfaces. It aims at providing the audience with the main physical concepts that govern the properties of fluids close to surfaces. It will cover topics such as the specific structure and dynamics of liquids at interfaces, the relevant scales at which they have to be described, and the crucial role that they play in e.g. flows at the submicron/nanoscale, wetting, or surface forces.
The school will be structured around the following six main lectures, that will be complemented by topical seminars. A poster session open to all participants will be organized.
Boundary, electro-osmotic and nanoconfined flows.
Lydéric Bocquet(LPS, ENS Paris, France) & Elisabeth Charlaix(LIPhy, Grenoble, France)