My research interests lie in the statistical physics of fluids in confining geometries and interfacial phenomena. The focus is on the finite-size and surface effects at critical phenomena, phase transitions, adsorption phenomena and interfacial fluctuations for simple and structured fluids near the planar and structured substrates, properties of interfaces in equilibrium and in driven systems, and wetting and particle transport in confined geometries. I am using both analytical and numerical tools. My expertise covers also exactly solvable lattice models.
A PhD position is available in our department to work on a project:
"Finite-size effects in critical phenomena and wetting transitions."