I am Professor in Mechanics at Sorbonne University. I work in the MISES group of the d’Alembert Institute.
- List of publications
- HAL-UPMC with pdfs of my publications
- Some research videos
I am responsible for the following two master programs at Sorbonne University. They are open to international students.
My current research interests include stability of structures, fracture and damage mechanics, computational mechanics, plates and shells, large deformations and instabilities in soft solids.
- Fracture and damage mechanics, variational phase-field models
- Multi-stable plates and shells
- Nonlinear elasticity
You can find further details in research
I teach several classes at Sorbonne including
- Mécanique des Milieux Continus, M1
- Structures élancées, M1
- Fracture Mechanics, M2
You find here two recent computationally oriented courses I delivered in the framework of the the Newfrac ITN network:
Basic computational methods for fracture mechanics using dolfinx with Laura De Laurenzis, ETH Zurich
Training on dolfinx including nonlienear elasticity and phase-field fracture, in collaboration with Jack Hale, University of Luxembourg
You can find further details in teaching
Open source codes
You find [here] few repositories with codes I develop and use for my research and teaching. Those codes are based on FEniCS and meant mainly to serve as examples for further developments.