If you say Bubble, you will directly think about children’s toys or maybe cooking. But do you know bubbles can be found in so many different forms that researchers are interested in studying them all? The physics of bubbles exists and taking care of them is important to know how the world works. Understanding these bubbles, starting with their creation and formation, allow us to reduce risks for situations where bubbles are not expected or even become one of the greatest solutions for our cooling systems and reduce our energy consumption in the future. Bubbles then become a matter of the environment.
So, from powerful waves and foam creation in the ocean to a fragile soap bubble and from daily life to the research world, there is only one step, let’s try to find out the missing link in between!
I started my work at MDU in 2019 as an experimental postdoctoral researcher in Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer, focusing on boiling and its transition to a better cooling system. I was before in Toulouse, France as a Ph.D. student where I was in charge of an experiment on transient boiling applied for nuclear safety. I am always interested in showing science and bringing curiosity to the public, and I participated in several events in France and Sweden to promote research.
Forskare inom hållbara energisystem vid akademin för ekonomi, samhälle och teknik (EST) vid Mälardalens universitet