The Physical Review Journal Club returns February 22 with an exclusive conversation with author Michael Baudoin (Université Lille, France) discussing bubbles his team designed made of a composite liquid film that neutralizes all bursting and shrinking effects, keeping the bubbles’ integrity for more than 1 year in a standard atmosphere.
Baudoin will discuss his recently-published Physical Review Fluids letter: “Everlasting bubbles and liquid films resisting drainage, evaporation, and nuclei-induced bursting.” Baudoin will share his team's designs in a brief presentation, followed by a live question-and-answer session with all participants, moderated by PRFluids Associate Editor Jacco Snoeijer, University of Twente. Registration is free and a video recording will be provided to all registrants.
February 22, at 9:00 a.m. EST (6:00 a.m. PDT; 3:00 p.m. CET).
The paper under discussion:
Everlasting bubbles and liquid films resisting drainage, evaporation, and nuclei-induced bursting
Aymeric Roux, Alexis Duchesne, and Michael Baudoin
Phys. Rev. Fluids 7, L011601
The session will be moderated by:
Jacco Snoeijer, PRFluids Associate Editor, University of Twente
The Physical Review Journal Club events are live, interactive events allowing early-career scientists to discuss the latest published advances in physics with leaders in the field. There will be a short presentation, followed by an interactive session where the participating author will answer your questions. This is a rare opportunity to engage with the authors of important research developments in an “Ask Me Anything” format. During this interactive portion of the Journal Club, participants will be allowed to have their camera and microphone on and are encouraged to join in open discussion with the presenters.
Please feel free to share this information with your institution and colleagues. Registration is free, and a video recording will be distributed to all registrants at the conclusion of the event.