Regis Duvigneau
Researcher in Scientific Computing

I am permanent researcher in Acumes, joined project-team from Inria Sophia-Antipolis Méditerranée Center and Jean-Alexandre Dieudonné mathematics lab at University of Nice.
My research is focused on numerical methods for analysis and optimization of systems governed by PDEs, with particular emphasis to fluid mechanics.

Academic background
Some recent achievements
Isogeometric analysis

I develop NURBS-based Discontinuous Galerkin schemes, allowing exact-geometry simulations for compressible Euler and Navier-Stokes equations, including local refinement and shock capturing capabilities.

Ref: Comp. Meth. Appl. Mech. Eng. 2018

Bayesian optimization

I investigate Bayesian algorithms for the optimization of complex systems including uncertainty.

Ref: J. Fluids & Struct. 2017

Struct. & Multidisc. Opt. 2018

Sensitivity analysis

I study numerical methods for sensitivity analysis of PDE systems using a continuous approach, with a particular focus on hyperbolic systems including discontinuities, and time-dependent high-order sensitivities.

Ref: preprint SIAM 2017


I develop the IGLOO software suite for isogeometric simulations, that targets a seamless CAD-analysis integration.

Demo movie

Other activities