Our research interests are mainly in experimental physics of fluids at interfaces. We explore how tuning surface properties allow us to control fluid behavior. We investigate how micro and nanotextures combined with chemistry modify droplets behavior from the millimetric to the nanometric scale (water repellency, antifogging, antifrosting, …). Down to the atomic scale, we study experimentally the new properties of fluids and ions confined in channels with molecular dimensions. Through our research, we aim to develop new technologies that will benefit the society and contribute to tackle the major challenges we face such as global warming, freshwater production or energy decarbonization.