I currently work in collaboration with the InBio and Commands Inria teams, looking at continuum approximations of stochastic processes. Of particular interest are stochastic reaction networks within cells, including first-passage problems, and various optimal control problems.
During my doctorate I applied asymptotic and numerical methods to magnetohydrodynamic models to help understand the flow of liquid metal inside a nuclear fusion reactor.
I am interested in a broad range of mathematics and its applications to real-world problems. While my current focus is on modelling continuum systems with an emphasis on optimal control, in the past I have worked on discrete and continuum problems in fluid dynamics, electromagnetism, materials modelling, feedback control theory, computational geometry and image processing.