Previously, I was a postdoc in the Laboratoire de Mathématiques d'Orsay (LMO) at Univesité Paris-Sud, where I worked with Quentin Mérigot. Before that, I was a postdoc in the MOKAPLAN team at INRIA Paris , where I worked with François-Xavier Vialard , Thomas O. Gallouët and Jean-David Benamou.
My research is at the intersection of fluid mechanics, optimal transport and numerical analysis. I am particularly interested in the analysis and the numerical approximation of models describing the atmosphere and the oceans. I develop structure-preserving discretizations exploiting the variational structure of such models. I am also interested in the development of numerical methods for data analysis problems in experimental fluid dynamics and oceanography.
|Aug 5, 2019||I will attend the Oberwolfach Workshop “Applications of Optimal Transportation in the Natural Sciences” (21-27 February 2021)|
|Aug 5, 2019||I will attend the Workshop on Variational Discretization for GFD at the Fields institute (9-13 September 2019)|
|Aug 1, 2018||I will attend the Canadian Mathematical Society Winter Meeting in Vancouver (7-10 December 2018)|
|Jul 16, 2018||Generalized H(div) geodesics (presentation at the last MokaMeeting of the year)|