Tony LELIEVRE


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I am researcher and professor at the Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, and the head of the applied mathematics department  CERMICS.

I am a member of the Molecular and Multiscale Modelling group at CERMICS and of the Matherials project-team at INRIA.

Here is my cv (pdf).

I spent the 2019-2020 academic year in the mathematics department of Imperial College of London, in the Abraham de Moivre International Researche Laboratory.

I defended my habilitation thesis on 3rd June 2009 (abstract, manuscript). Title: Mathematical and numerical analysis of some models for materials, from the microscopic scale to the macroscopic scale.

During year 2004-2005, I had a post-doc position at the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques at the University of Montreal, in the context of a special year about the Mathematics of Stochastic and Multiscale Modeling.

I defended my PhD thesis on 21st June 2004 (abstractmanuscript). Title: Multiscale models for viscoelastic fluids. PhD supervisors: Benjamin Jourdain and Claude Le Bris.


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Mathematical methods for the magnetohydrodynamics of liquid metalsFree Energy Computations: A mathematical perspective


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Last update: May 4th, 2021.