THE SCHOOL IS OVER.

For those who could not make it:
Download here

1. relevant files of the school (0.8 GB), including

  • the complete website (with presentations)
  • ImageJ for image analysis
  • Surface Evolver

Download the school booklet here.

CONTACT US
SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
ORGANISING COMMITTEE
WEB


WELCOME!

Liquid foams are considered excellent model systems for complex materials. A broad overview of their fundamental and applied properties in relation to other systems is delivered by a number of internationally renowned scientists, who also point towards relevant questions and exciting trends in current research.

The school is aimed at students and researchers who are interested in learning about complex systems from the point of view of liquid foams.

Relevant theoretical, experimental and computational methods are conveyed in a combination of lectures and tutorials. An additional overview of current and future research is provided by short (voluntary) presentations by the participants.

Emphasis is also given to the creation of a network between the participants, which is hoped to continue well beyond the duration of the school.

The school is held at the Ecole de Physique, Les Houches, facing the Mont-Blanc in the heart of the French Alps.

The language of the school is english.

The "early registration" reduced price is valid until end of October.

This website will be improved and updated throughout the year.


CONTACT US

 

 

Foam.School06@ujf-grenoble.fr

   
   

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

 

 

Michèle Adler

Université Marne-la-Vallée, Champs-sur-Marne, France

Renaud Delannay

Université Rennes, France

James Glazier

University of Indiana, Bloomington, USA

Dominique Langevin

Université Paris Sud, Orsay, France

Howard Stone

Harvard University, Cambridge, USA

Denis Weaire

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

 

 

ORGANISING COMMITTEE

  

Francois Graner

Laboratoire de Spectrométrie Physique, Université Grenoble, France

Florence Elias

Matière et Systèmes Complexes, Université Paris 7, France

Wiebke Drenckhan

Physics Department, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

 

 

WEB

 

 

www.maths.tcd.ie/~foams