Gaspard Kemlin

Gaspard Kemlin

 

2nd year Phd Student: Mathematical and numerical analysis for electronic structure.

Supervisors: Éric Cancès (CERMICS, ENPC) & Antoine Levitt (Inria).

Affiliations: CERMICS, École des Ponts ParisTech & Inria, team MATHERIALS.

CV: resume

Contact: gaspard (dot) kemlin (AT) enpc (dot) fr

Find me on GitHub.

 

Interests:
  • Numerical analysis and PDEs.
  • Electronic structure, SCF and direct minimization algorithms, perturbation theory. Part of my work uses the Density Functional ToolKit (DFTK.jl), a Julia package developed by Michael F. Herbst and Antoine Levitt.

 

Contributions:
  • Papers:
    • Eric Cancès, Gaspard Kemlin, Antoine Levitt. Convergence analysis of direct minimization and self-consistent iterations. 2020. To appear in SIAM Journal of Matrix Analysis and Applications. ⟨hal-02546060⟩
    • Joao Guilherme Caldas Steinstraesser, Gaspard Kemlin, Antoine Rousseau. A domain decomposition method for linearized Boussinesq-type equations. Journal of Mathematical Study, 52(3):320-340 (2019). ⟨10.4208/jms.v52n3.19.06⟩ ⟨hal-01797823⟩
  • Talks:
    • 2020, EMC2 seminar, LJLL, Paris, France.
    • 2020, MOANSI meeting, virtual.
    • 2020, AlgDynQua workshop, CIRM, Marseille, France. slides
    • 2019, MOANSI meeting, TUM, München, Germany. slides
    • 2018, 16ème Journées de l’Hydrodynamique, Marseille, France. slides
  • Posters:
    • 2020, GDR N-BODY meeting, Lille, France. poster

 

Teaching
  • Analysis and scientific calculus, flipped classes for undergraduate engineering students from ENPC (2020).
  • Introduction to Optimization, exercises classes for undergraduate engineering students from ENPC (2019 – 2020).
  • Supervision of a 1st year project for undergraduate engineering students: Patterns formation in reaction-diffusion systems and links with morphogenesis in biology (2020).

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