Team, Visitors, External Collaborators
Overall Objectives
Research Program
Application Domains
Highlights of the Year
New Software and Platforms
New Results
Bilateral Contracts and Grants with Industry
Partnerships and Cooperations
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Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

International Research Visitors

Visits of International Scientists

In January-February, E. Daus (TU Vienna, Austria) visited C. Cancès and C. Chainais-Hillairet during two weeks.

In 2019, RAPSODI members also invited several researchers for short visits (a week or less) in Lille.

On a slightly different note, from March to October, G. Robillard has been an AIRLab resident (Artiste en Immersion Recherche dans un Laboratoire) in order to work with C. Calgaro and E. Creusé (with a support from the Communauté d'Universités et d'Établissements Lille Nord-de-France).

Visits to International Teams

B. Gaudeul spent two weeks in WIAS Berlin, Germany in November in order to work with J. Fuhrmann on the extension of the results obtained in [48] to Nernst–Planck–Poisson systems with ion size and solvation effects.

M. Herda spent one week at Imperial College London, UK in February to work with P. Degond on a Fokker–Planck approach to the study of robustness in gene expression.

T. Rey visited 3 times J. A. Carrillo and J. Hu at Imperial College London, UK between February and March, for 3 days long stays funded by his Young Researcher PEPS grant, to work (in particular) on the development of a new high-order numerical method for solving the granular gases equation.

C. Cancès and B. Merlet spent one week at the University of Lisbon, Portugal in December to work with L. Monsaingeon.

C. Cancès spent one week at Université de Tours to work with B. Andreianov.

B. Merlet visited E. Bretin and S. Masnou at Institut Camille Jordan in Lyon in February, and visited several times M. Goldman at LJLL/Université Paris Diderot in March, May, October, and November.

F. Chave and S. Lemaire spent 3 days at Université de Montpellier in September to work with D. A. Di Pietro on arbitrary-order polytopal methods for electromagnetism.

Research Stays Abroad

M. Herda was in residence at the Hausdorff Research Institute for Mathematics (University of Bonn, Germany) from May 19 to July 7 in the framework of the Junior Trimester Program in Kinetic Theory, that gave young mathematicians the opportunity to carry out collaborative research in kinetic theory. M. Herda was part of a project in collaboration with N. Ayi (Sorbonne Université), M. Breden (École Polytechnique), J. Guerand (University of Cambridge, UK), H. Hivert (Centrale Lyon), and I. Tristani (ENS Paris) on the study of a fractional kinetic Fokker–Planck equation. This collaboration has already led to the article [44], and a second article is in preparation. A collaboration was also initiated with M. Breden and A. Trescases (CNRS and Institut de Mathématiques de Toulouse) on the derivation of cross-diffusion systems from kinetic models.