The group is interested in the micro- and nanoscale properties of soft matter systems, liquids at interfaces and complex molecular assemblies, in relation with interdisciplinary application ranging from biophysics and medecine to energy management.
A strong emphasis is devoted to the development of novel instrumentation methods and the design of original physico-chemistry systems. Examples are nano-rheology measurements, force-feedback microscopy, or photo-tunable adhesion layers.
The group is also involved in collaborations with the synchrotron and neutron european facilities teams in Grenoble and is an active member of the Grenoble Partnership for Soft Condensed Matter.
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