Talks, Seminars, Diffusion, Teaching and various activities.

Talks & Seminars

  • Mini symposium, SMAI Congress, June 2017 (with A. Darte).
  • Séminaire de la Maison de la Simulation, Avril 2017.
  • ECP Meso-center seminary, may 2016.
  • Math-Info HPC Trimester, 2016 in Lyon (Lectures).
  • Séminaire d’analyse Numérique, Genève, Novembre 2015.
  • CIMPA in Saint-Louis, Sénégal (Lectures), september 2013.
  • ECP Meso-center seminary, may 2013.
  • LyonCalcul seminary, april 2013.
  • Maths seminary in Le Havre, 2013, January.
  • Groupe de Travail Numérique, Orsay, Janvier 2009.
  • Workshop Modelling of Blood Disease, Lyon November 2007.
  • GDR CHANT Lyon October. 2006.
  • Mathematical Models and Methods in Biology and Medicine Bedlewo, Pologne (June 2005).
  • Workshop Pics St. Petersbourg (July 2002).
  • conférence Reaction-diffusion equations and travelling waves, Varsovie, Poland, May 2000.
  • Winter School in Mechanics, Perm, Russia, January 1999.

Other professional activities

Science Diffusion


Research Engineers are not supposed to teach! But... in the recent years I have given some lectures:

  • École Doctorale Lyon-Calcul

    Since 2012, I give lectures on advanced C++ for scientists, performance optimization, floating-point numbers... in a course for graduate students of Lyon.


    in Saint-Louis, Sénégal (Lectures) on numerical methods for reaction-diffusion equations, September 2013
  • C++ for Scientists/Engineers:

    In 2012, 2013 and 2014, I gave curses to students in mathematical engineering.

    C++ is a very complex language, too complicated to be learned by students in only 20 hours! Moreover, using C++ in scientific computing needs some art.

    After a very boring experience (for students and for me), I switched to a more efficient method: teach C++ from examples. All my lectures consists in reading, commenting completely, compiling, modifying small programs. The results of this approach is much better than a classical one.