Geoffrey Monet


Hi there !

My name is Geoffrey and I am a physics researcher.

My research

I study how water molecules organize and flow in nanochannels. At the nanometer scale (one millionth of a millimeter), water can no longer be considered a homogeneous fluid. Water must be studied as a molecular system in order to properly describe its properties. This approach is essential to understand and reproduce some amazing functionalities of biological systems, such as the learning capacity of neural systems.

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Last papers

  • G. Monet, M.L. Bocquet and L. Bocquet Unified non-equilibrium simulation methodology for flow through nanoporous carbon membrane, Under review x, x (2023)
  • H. Berthoumieux, G. Monet and R. Blossey Dipolar Poisson models in a dual view, The Journal of Chemical Physics 155, 10314 (2021)
  • G. Monet, S. Rouzière, D. Vantelon, H. Berthoumieux, C. Coelho Diogo, D. Maurin, J.-L. Bantignies, P. Launois and E. Paineau Mechanisms of Structural Reordering During Thermal Transformation of Aluminogermanate Imogolite Nanotubes, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 125, 22 (2021)
  • G. Monet, F. Bresme, A. Kornyshev and H. Berthoumieux Nonlocal Dielectric Response of Water in Nanoconfinement, Physical Review Letters 126, 21 (2021)
  • G. Monet, E. Paineau, Z. Chai, M. S. Amara, A. Orecchini, M. Jimenèz-Ruiz, A. Ruiz-Caridad, L. Fine, S. Rouzière, L.-M. Liu, G. Teobaldi, S. Rols and P. Launois Solid wetting-layers in inorganic nano-reactors: the water in imogolite nanotube case, Nanoscale Advances 2, 5 (2020)