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Magdelaine Quentin

PhD student at Saint-Gobain Recherche (SRG)

Laboratory Surface du Verre et Interfaces
UMR125 CNRS — Saint-Gobain

39 quai Lucien Lefranc
93303 Aubervilliers Cedex
+33 (0)1 48 39 65 90

Research interests

Liquids at interfaces
- Wetting & contact angles
- Marangoni flows
- Hydrodynamic instabilities
- Elasto-capillarity

Current research

Dynamics of heterogeneous liquid films
Keywords: interfaces, liquid films, Marangoni flows

PhD Supervisors
- Arnaud Antkowiak : Jean-le-Rond d’Alembert Institute, UPMC
- Alban Sauret : SVI, CNRS

Previous research

Liquid impregnation between fibers
Internship in the laboratory of Physics and Mechanics of Heterogeneous Media, at ESPCI Paris

Propulsion force measurement of a microswimmer
Internship in the group of dynamics of fluid and biological interfaces, at the Max Planck Institute for dynamics and self­organization, Göttingen

Bubbles coalescence in viscous fluids and formation of micro-bubbles
Internship in the joint Saint-Gobain — CNRS laboratory Glass Surface and Interfaces and the Jean-le-Rond d’Alembert Institute


- 2016 — master degree of fondamental physics, specialty macroscopic physics and complexity, ex liquid physics speciality, from University Pierre and Marie Curie
- 2015 — ESPCI Paris engineer diploma: extensive education in mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology