Imperial College London


Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Mathematics

Research Postgraduate



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Since October 2018, I am PhD student at Imperial College London under the supervision of Pierre Degond, Sara Merino-Aceituno and Amic Frouvelle.

Before moving to Imperial College, I was a student at the ENS Rennes from which I graduated with a BSc in Mathematics, a BSc in Physics and where I obtained the French Agr├ęgation. I earned a MSc in Mathematics from the ENS Lyon.

My research interests are primarily focused on kinetic theory and the study of mathematical models of collective dynamics. Although I work mainly on theoretical aspects, I am also interested on computational questions and their applications, especially particle methods for MCMC problems.



Diez A, 2020, Propagation of chaos and moderate interaction for a piecewise deterministic system of geometrically enriched particles, Electronic Journal of Probability, Vol:25, ISSN:1083-6489, Pages:1-38

Degond P, Diez A, Frouvelle A, et al., 2020, Phase transitions and macroscopic limits in a BGK model of body-attitude coordination, Journal of Nonlinear Science, ISSN:0938-8974

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