Clément Moreau

PhD Student in Applied Mathematics

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Université Côte d'Azur
Inria Sophia-Antipolis Méditerranée
2004 route des Lucioles
06902 Valbonne
E-mail : clement.moreau /at/



Here is my CV.

I have started my PhD in september 2017, under the supervision of Laetitia Giraldi, Pierre Lissy and Jean-Baptiste Pomet.
During year 2016-2017, I was invited by Dr Hermes Gadêlha, Lecturer at University of York (UK).
I am a former student at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan (France).

Research Interests

I am mainly interested in control theory. My research focuses on micro-swimmers, which are microscopic objects that move and propel in a fluid. The micro-swimming research field lies at the crossing between mathematics, cellular biology and micro-engineering. I am currently studying a simple model of a magnetised micro-swimmer, in order to understand its dynamics and establish local controllability conditions.


Controllability in finite and infinite dimension of life-inspired nonlinear systems
Supervised by:

I am part of the COMM project (Control and Optimality of Magnetic Micro-Robots), funded by the CNRS.

Keywords: Micro-swimming, control theory, fluid-structure interaction, mathematical modeling.

Research Publications