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Research Associate in the project Macroscopic Dynamics and Bifurcations of Active Particle Systems. Principal Investigator: Professor Pierre Degond

Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London

Current CV

Education

PhD in Mathematics – University of Cambridge, Cambridge Centre for Analysis, 2015.

Research Master in Applied Mathematics – Joseph Fourier University and Institute National Polytechnique de Grenoble, France, 2010..

Engineer Bachelor (Computer Sciences and Applied Mathematics) – Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Informatique et Mathematiques Appliquees de Grenoble (ENSIMAG), France, 2010.

Licenciatura en Matematicas (Mathematics Degree) – Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain, 2009.

Other research experience

Research stay at the University of Maryland. Collaboration with Professor Antoine Mellet for three months, 2014.

Master thesis – ’Constructive Mayer-Vietoris Algorithm: Computing the Homology of Unions of Simplicial Complexes’ – INRIA (National Institute of Research in Computer Science and Automation) Rhone-Alpes, team Evasion. Montbonnot, France, 2010.

Funding and awards

2017

  • Awarded the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Seal of Excellence for ‘a high quality project proposal’.
  • Awarded a conference grant organisation at the International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (Edinburgh) in 2018.

2016

  • Mathematics Department, Imperial College London – travel funding to attend the SIAM Life Science meeting, July Boston (USA), £1, 400.

2015

  • Cambridge Philosophical Society travel grant- £150.

2014

  • Cambridge Shorts – 1 of 6 awarded by the Public Engagement Office at the University of Cambridge, £2,000 to contract film-makers to produce a short video on my research.

2013

  • KI-NET grant (Kinetic Description of emerging challenges in multiscale problems of natural sciences), NSF Research Network – covering accommodation expenses during the 3-month research stay at the University of Maryland.
  • Lucy Cavendish travel grant – £400 towards expenses for a research stay at the University of Maryland.
  • Cambridge Philosophical Society travel grant – £300 towards expenses for a research stay at the University of Maryland.

2012

  • Department of Mathematics, University of Cambridge – fees and living expenses during the PhD. (2 years)

2010

  • Fundacion Caja Madrid Graduate Scholarship – 1 of 80 awarded, 1,500 euros par month + university fees. Two years (of PhD).

2008

  • Erasmus scholarship + Double Bachelor programme with ENSIMAG school in France and Faculty of Mathematics of the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain.

2004

  • ’Poincare competition’– Second Prize, awarded to research projects at high-school level in mathematics, organised by the Faculty of Mathematics of UPC, Spain.
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