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Léa Boittin

PhD student in Applied Mathematics, Inria, LJLL-UPMC

Thesis: Modeling, analysis and efficient numerical resolution of erosion processes

supervised by Emmanuel Audusse, Martin Parisot and Jacques Sainte-Marie (dir.)

Contact

  • At Inria Paris:
    Team ANGE, building A, office 307
    2 rue Simone Iff – CS 42112 – 75589 Paris Cedex 12 – FRANCE
  • E-mail: lea.boittin@inria.fr
  • At J.-L. Lions Laboratory (UPMC – Paris 6)
    Corridor 15-25, office 326
    Jussieu

Research activities

Modeling of free surface flows and sediment transport, numerical analysis, numerical simulations

Presentations in conferences

  • Poster presentation at SIAM GS 2017: Derivation of a bedload transport model with nonlocal effects, September 11-14, 2017, Erlangen, Germany
  • Talk at the 5th EGRIN spring school: Derivation of a bledload transport model with viscous effects, May 29- June 2, 2017, Cargèse, France
  • Talk at SIAM UQ 2016: Uncertainty Quantification Approaches for River Hydraulics Modeling, April 5-8, 2016, Lausanne, Switzerland

Publications

Teaching activities

2016-2017:

  • Calculus, L1, UPMC, 38.5h (example classes)
  • Linear algebra, L1, UPMC, 18h (example classes)
  • Numerical methods for ODEs, L3, UPMC, 24.5h (Python hands-on sessions)

2017-2018:

  • Calculus, L1, UPMC, 38.5h (example classes)
  • Numerical methods for ODEs, L3, UPMC, 24.5h (Python hands-on sessions)

Miscellaneous

From October 2016 to December 2017, I was co-organizer of Inria’s Junior Seminar.

 

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