Floriane Gidel


Dr. in Applied Mathematics & Numerical Methods

I studied mathematical engineering at INSA Toulouse (France) and DTU (Denmark), with a specialisation in mathematics and numerical modelling. In 2018, I obtained a PhD in Applied Mathematics at the University of Leeds, under the supervision of Prof. Onno Bokhove and Prof. Mark Kelmanson. This PhD project, called SURFsUp, was achieved in collaboration with the Maritime Research Institute of Netherlands (MARIN), and funded by the Marie Sklodowska Curie actions (EU EID). Since October 2018, I work with Dr. Clair Poignard in the Inria team MONC to model the effect of electroporation-based therapies on tumours. This work, in collaboration with the UCSB (Santa Barbara, USA), is funded by Inria@SiliconValley. Find more about my current and past projects here.

Awards

2019. Young Talent 2019, L'Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science award, French National Program

2018. Marie S. Curie Actions Research Fellow of the week, European Union [more]

2017. Postgraduate researcher of the Year, University of Leeds [more]

Research grants

2018. Inria@SiliconValley Postdoctoral grant

2014-2017. Marie Sklodowska Curie actions European Industrial Doctorate.

Research interests

  • Mathematical modelling (PDEs, variational principle...)

  • Numerical methods (FEM, FV...)

  • Computational fluid dynamics (nonlinear free surface...)

  • Biological applications (electroporation-based therapies, lung mechanics...)

  • Experimental validations (data assimilation, data analysis...)

  • Places where I worked

    Click on markers to know more about the projects.

    Main Collaborators

    Team MONC, Inria Bordeaux-Sud-Ouest, France (C. Poignard)

    Team CASL, University of Santa Barbara, USA (F. Gibou)

    University of Leeds, Department of Applied Mathematics, United Kingdom (O. Bokhove and M. Kelmanson)

    MARIN (Maritime Institute of Netherlands), Netherlands (G. Kapsenberg, T. Bunnik)

    Firedrake, Imperiale College London, United Kingdom (D.Ham, L. Mitchell)

    Université de Lausanne (UNIL), Switzerland (D. Roubinet)