Sophie Roman

About me

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I am a microfluidic experimentalist motivated by the desire to decipher the complex interplay between flow microdynamics, geochemistry, and living organisms in porous media. My past and current research interests cut across different domains including the understanding of blood circulation, the use of the incredible properties of carbon nanotubes, the sequestration of CO2 into geological reservoirs, and the remediation of contaminated aquifers. These processes share a description in a cascade of scales in which phenomena occurring at the micrometer scale translate into large-scale events. The complex feedback between physico-chemical processes and between scales fascinates me.

News

August 2021: I was honored to present our work at the GeoScience & GeoEnergy Webinars, see my talk here

July 2021: The ANR project GéoMIME has been funded! More details here