Financement : ANR Blanc 2013
Correspondant CEMES : T. Ondarçuhu
- Laboratoire de Physique de l’ENS Lyon
- CBMN Bordeaux
- IMFT Toulouse
Dates du projet : 01/10/2013 - 30/09/2017
The aim of this project is to address a wide range of open questions in physics of fluids, especially those concerning the physical origin of the characteristic lengths governing the behavior at nanometer scale. It federates four partners with complementary expertise, involved in the development of non-conventional AFM-based methods applied to fluids. The combination of original techniques and probes together with unique theoretical and numerical models will allow to investigate confined fluids and interfaces under unprecedented solicitation conditions.