I'm a research associate in Applied Mathematics at Imperial College, working with Dr. Ory Schnitzer. I received a Bachelor's and Master's degree from Ecole Polytechnique in 2014, and a Ph.D in Applied Mathematics from Ecole Normale Superieure in 2017.
My research focuses on applying layer potentials and asymptotic analysis techniques to tackle complex wave propagation problems. In particular, I am currently interested in studying a p.d.e eigenvalue problem, namely the plasmonic eigenvalue problem, which arises in several nanophotonics applications.
Ruiz M, Schnitzer O, 2019, Slender-body theory for plasmonic resonance, Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical & Engineering Sciences, Vol:475, ISSN:1364-5021
et al., 2018, Reconstructing Fine Details of Small Objects by Using Plasmonic Spectroscopic Data, Siam Journal on Imaging Sciences, Vol:11, Pages:1-23
et al., 2017, Mathematical Analysis of Plasmonic Nanoparticles: The Scalar Case, Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis, Vol:224, ISSN:0003-9527, Pages:597-658
et al., 2016, Mathematical analysis of plasmonic resonances for nanoparticles: The full Maxwell equations, Journal of Differential Equations, Vol:261, ISSN:0022-0396, Pages:3615-3669
et al., 2018, Mathematical and Computational Methods in Photonics and Phononics, American Mathematical Soc., ISBN:9781470448004