Our Team

A propos

Yves d'Angelo
Research Associate

Since September 1rt 2016, I am Full Professor of Numerical Modelling & Applied Mathematics at the Laboratoire de Mathématiques J.A. Dieudonné, at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (UMR 7351) in Nice, France.
I am also working at LIED Laboratory at Paris-Diderot University (the DyCo team, www.dyco.fr)
(From 2005 to 2016, I used to be Professor at the French Institute for Applied Sciences (INSA/CORIA) in Rouen, France.)

My main research interests deal with numerical modelling & analysis, asymptotic modelling and scientific computing. In the DyCO group, research activities mainly deal with the modeling, simulation & analysis of the dynamics of coupled potentials, mainly in an Onsager-type force/flux approach.
More specific present applications deal with
*Network Themodynamics & MesoScopic modelling in Thermoelectricity (with IEF/CTM, STMicroElectronics, TEISTE/INN, Greece)
*Ecological Economics (with DYCO & AFD, see below)
*Buoyant destabilization in wet granular media & non-Newtonian flows (with FAST Orsay);
*Eyeglass-framed thermoelectric micro-converter analysis & design (with BioPolis, Valencia, Spain);
*Analysis of Dynamical Expanding Networks: modelling multi-scale spatial exploration, spreading & morphogenesis, especially in the biologic and economic contexts:
i) the archetypal example of the constrained hyphal growth in the filamentous fungus Podospora Anserina, with LJAD, the DyCo team, the B2C group at LIED, the LMO at Orsay, and the CMAP at Ecole Polytechnique,
ii) the endogenous formation of social networks in heterogeneous environments with LJAD and Gredeg, Nice.




Yves d'Angelo
Research Associate