Centre de Mathématiques Appliquées
Route de Saclay
91128 Palaiseau, France
The main objective of my research is to improve the current state-of-the-art models, data, and algorithms necessary to perform predictive simulations of the aerothermal environment surrounding atmospheric entry vehicles. In particular, my work has focused on developing a better understanding of the complex, multi-scale, phenomena that occur between the radiating, shock-heated gases enveloping atmospheric entry vehicles and the response of the thermal protection materials used to insulate the vehicles from the intense heating.
|Feb 8, 2021
|Our recent talk at ECCOMAS is now online!
|Aug 10, 2020
|Took longer than expected but we finally published a paper on Mutation++! Available now, open access, from SoftwareX.
|Mar 30, 2020
|Going way outside the atmosphere with our two latest papers on Meteors and Solar Physics!
|Feb 6, 2020
|New paper up on arXiv about the development of Mutation++.
|Jan 16, 2020
|Upcoming short course at VKI on Solving PDEs with Machine Learning.