Department of Physics, École Normale Supérieure and CNRS, Paris, France
Host: Roman Stocker
It is an exciting period for nanofluidics, the field exploring the transport of fluids at the nanoscales. Routes now exist to fabricate individual channels with nanometric and even sub-nanometric dimensions, while new instruments have also been invented to probe transport across these channels. And indeed, a number of quite exotic properties for water and ion transport have emerged since. This presentation will highlight several such phenomena.