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Pierre Turq, an inspirational scientist in charge and at interfaces

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Pierre Turq has made decisive contributions to the theory and to the multiscale simulation of charged systems, such as molten salts, electrolyte solutions and colloidal suspensions, in the bulk, at interfaces and under confinement. His research line focussed on dynamical properties and was characterized by constant efforts to connect his theoretical work to both experiments and practical applications. In this article, his colleagues and former students pay a tribute to his past and current research interests by illustrating some recent developments accomplished in his laboratory.
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hal-01484053 , version 1 (08-11-2018)

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Bernard Ancian, Olivier Bernard, Jean Chevalet, Vincent Dahirel, Didier Devilliers, et al.. Pierre Turq, an inspirational scientist in charge and at interfaces. Molecular Physics, 2014, 112 (9-10), pp.1213--1221. ⟨10.1080/00268976.2014.885094⟩. ⟨hal-01484053⟩
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