PHYS-801 / 1 credit

Teacher: Roke Sylvie

Language: English

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The participants will learn about various topics including formation and manipulation of droplets, spectroscopic and microscopy techniques used to study the fundamental properties of droplets and interfaces.



Droplets, interfaces, microfluidics, optical trapping, photoacoustic spectroscopy, second harmonic scattering, vibrational sum frequency scattering

Expected student activities

The students must attended all lectures and presentations. They have to provide an oral presentation on their research.

In the programs

  • Number of places: 25
  • Exam form: Oral presentation (session free)
  • Subject examined: Fundamental studies on aqueous interfaces
  • Lecture: 32 Hour(s)

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