I am CNRS senior research scientist in the forthcoming project-team Calisto, which is common to Inria Sophia Antipolis–Méditerranée and the Computing and Fluids group at the Center for Material Forming (CEMEF UMR7635 CNRS–MINES ParisTech), in Sophia Antipolis.
My scientific expertise concerns the study of turbulent flows, and more precisely the development and deployment of new analytical and numerical tools to tackle fundamental and applied problems in fluid dynamics and turbulent transport.
2005–2018: Research Scientist | CNRS Laboratoire J.-L. Lagrange, Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur, Nice. Tenure position in the team “Fluid and Plasma Turbulence”. Research Associate (Chargé de Recherche); Research Director from Oct. 2016.
2003–2004: Postdoctoral Fellow | Sapienzà Università di Roma in the Complex Systems group of the Physics Department.
2002–2003: Member | Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton in the School of Mathematics for the program “Stochastic PDE and Models of Turbulence”
2014: Habilitation Thesis | Université Côte d’Azur, Nice
Concentrations & fluctuations in turbulent suspensions
1999–2002: PhD | Université Pierre & Marie Curie, Paris
Particles, Singularities and Turbulence. Advisors: U. Frisch & S. Zaleski
1998–1999: Master of Science | Université Pierre & Marie Curie, Paris
Non-linear systems, instabilities and turbulence
1996–1999: Master of Engineering | ENSTA ParisTech, Paris
Applied mathematics and mechanical engineering
From 2018: Academy of Excellence “Complex Systems” | IDEX UCA JEDI
President of the Scientific Council, Head of the academy since Nov. 2019
2015–2017: Université Côte d’Azur — President of the Academic Council
2014–2016: Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur — Member of the steering board
2014–2016: Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur — Vice-Chairman Scientific Council
Pair dispersion, point source, inertial particles, preferential concentration, collisions, deposition, finite-size effects, active particles, turbulence modulation.
Spontaneous stochasticity, dissipative anomaly, irreversibility, geometry and statistics, singularities, intermittency and anomalous scaling laws.
Random walks in random environments, dissipative systems, large deviations, reaction-advection, coagulation process, granular gases, kinetics, micro-swimmers.
Droplet condensation, coalescence growth, concentration and preferential settling, caustics and sling effect, wet deposition, fluctuations and catastrophic events.
I am in charge of the "Complex Systems" Academy, which is one of the five Academies of Excellence that shape scientific activities within the initiative of excellence (IDEX) of Université Côte d'Azur. The objectives of the Academy is to structure transdisciplinarity and to support training and research initiatives. It provides funding to various projects, gives advices and consulting through its Scientific Council and plays a facilitating role by promoting closer ties with other entities of Université Côte d'Azur.
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