Publications

Article:

11. A. Marcotte, T. Mouterde, A. Niguès, A. Siria & L. Bocquet.
Mechanically activated ionic transport across single digit carbon nanotubes, pdf. Nature Materials, 19, 1057-1061, 2020.

10. T. Mouterde, A. Keerthi, A. R. Poggioli, S. A. Dar, A. Siria, A. K. Geim, L. Bocquet & B. Radha.
Molecular streaming and its voltage control in Angström scale channels, pdf. Nature, 567, 87-90, 2019.

9. T. Mouterde, P. Lecointre, G. Lehoucq, A. Checco, C. Clanet & D. Quéré.
Two recipes for repelling hot water, pdf. Nature Communications, 10, 1410, 2019.

8. T. Mouterde, P. Raux, C. Clanet & D. Quéré.
Superhydrophobic frictions, pdf. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116, 8220-8223, 2019.

7. P. Lecointre, T. Mouterde, A. Checco, C. T. Black, A. Rahman, C. Clanet & D. Quéré.
Ballistics of self-jumping microdroplets, pdf. Physical Review Fluids, 4, 013601, 2019.

6. T. Mouterde & L. Bocquet.
Interfacial transport with mobile surface charges and consequences for ionic transport in carbon nanotubes, arXiv. The European Physical Journal. E, 41,148, 2018.

5. A. Bouillant, T. Mouterde, P. Bourrianne, C. Clanet & D. Quéré.
Symmetry breaking in Leidenfrost flows, pdf. Physical Review Fluids, 3, 100502, 2018.

4. A. Bouillant, T. Mouterde, P. Bourrianne, A. Lagarde, C. Clanet & D. Quéré.
Leidenfrost wheels, pdf. Nature Physics, 14, 1188–1192, 2018.

3. T. Mouterde, T-V. Nguyen, H. Takahashi, C. Clanet, I. Shimoyama & D. Quéré.
How merging droplets jump off a superhydrophobic surface: Measurements and model, pdf. Physical Review Fluids, 2, 112001, 2017.

2. T. Mouterde, G. Lehoucq, S. Xavier, A. Checco, C. T. Black, A. Rahman, C. Clanet & D. Quéré.
Antifogging abilities of model nanotextures, pdf. Nature Materials, 16, 658–663, 2017.

1. C. Cohen, T. Mouterde, D. Quéré & C. Clanet.
Capillary muscle, pdf. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112, 6301–6306, 2015.

Proceeding with referees:

T-V. Nguyen, T. Mouterde, H. Takahashi, D. Quéré & I. Shimoyama.
Jumping force of coalescing droplets on a superhydrophobic surface. Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS), IEEE, 2017.