University Paris Sud, FR
the study of liquid interfaces in the presence of surfactants, polymers and/or nanoparticles, with a special focus on interfacial rheology
DOMINIQUE LANGEVIN is CNRS research director. She first worked at the Physics Laboratory of Ecole Normale Superieure in Paris. She was afterwards director of the Paul Pascal Research Center, CNRS laboratory in Bordeaux. She currently works at the Laboratoire de Physique des Solides in Orsay. Her main research topic is the study of liquid interfaces in the presence of surfactants, polymers and/or nanoparticles, with a special focus on interfacial rheology. She is involved in an ESA project, scheduling experiments on aqueous foams in the ISS. She participated and still participates to a number of scientific committees and editorial boards; in the field of space sciences, she has been president of the physical science group of CNES and chairs now the ESSC panel of physical and life sciences in space.