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Youssef Mesri

Septembre 2017

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Youssef Mesri


Dr., HDR

Associate professor


Research team:

Computing and Fluids team - CFL


Research areas:

  • Advanced numerical methods for PDEs
  • Mesh generation and adaptation
  • Domain decomposition and mesh partitioning
  • A priori and a posteriori error analysis
  • High performance computing
  • Computational fluid/solid mechanics
  • Porous media flows

Latest publications :

Y. Mesri, M. Khalloufi, E. Hachem, On optimal simplicial 3D meshes for minimizing the Hessian-based errors, Applied Numerical Mathematics, Vol. 109, pp. 235-249, 2016
L. Billon, Y. Mesri, E. Hachem, Anisotropic boundary layer mesh generation for immersed complex geometries, Engineering with Computers, pp. 1-12, 2016
E. Hachem, M. Khalloufi, J. Bruchon, R. Valette, Y. Mesri, Unified adaptive Variational MultiScale method for two phase compressible-incompressible flows, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 308, pp. 238-255, 2016
M. Khalloufi, Y. Mesri, R. Valette, E. Hachem, High fidelity anisotropic adaptive variational multiscale method for multiphase flows with surface tension, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 307, pp.44-67, 2016

 

Mini CV :

Education

19/12/2016

Habilitation, Université Côte d’Azur, Adaptive high performance computing for fluid mechanics

18/12/2007

Ph.D. Thesis, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, Control and management of anisotropic unstructured meshes: application to aerodynamics
   

Current positions

01/01/2015-...

Associate professor, CEMEF MINES ParisTech

01/01/2015-...

Deputy team leader, Computing and Fluids team, CEMEF MINES ParisTech
   

Previous positions

2012-2014

team leader, numerical geometry and meshing, IFP Energies Nouvelles (IFPEN), Rueil Malmaison

2009-2014

Senior Researcher, high performance computing, IFP Energies Nouvelles (IFPEN), Rueil Malmaison

2008

Post-Doctoral researcher, CEMEF MINES ParisTech

2005-2007

Research associate, Inria Sophia-Antipolis
   

Teaching

Advanced numerical methods for PDEs, graduate courses (Ph.D. level), MINES ParisTech
Modern implementations techniques, graduate courses (Ph.D. level), MINES ParisTech
Introduction to High Performance Computing, MINES ParisTech, Paris
Computational Fluid Dynamics, Engineering Students, SPEIT, Shanghai
   

Supervision of Doctoral fellows

In progress

 
Gabriel Manzilani (co-directed with E. Hachem): Coupling error estimators and linear algebra
Wafa Daldoul (co-directed with E. Hachem): Moving mesh for complex geometries
Chahrazade Bahbah (co-directed with E. Hachem): Conservative interpolation on unstructured anisotropic meshes
Alban Bazile (co-directed with E. Hachem): Exascale computing for CFD
Jessica Sari (co-directed with E. Hachem, F. Cauneau): Immersed volume method and form optimization
   

Past students

 
Laure Billon (2016) (co-directed with E. Hachem): Boundary-volume mesh generation and adaptation for complex geometries
Quentin Schmid (2016) (co-directed with E. Hachem): Stabilized finite element method for radiative transport equations (RTE)
Pierre Cargemel (2014) (co-directed with H. Guillard): Automatic coarsening of hexahedral meshes and application to Geosciences
Walid Zerguine (2010) (co-directed with T. Coupez, L. Silva): Interface tracking and anisotropic mesh adaptation based error estimators
   
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