Welcome!

My name is Antoine Diez and I am Program Specific Researcher at Kyoto University Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Biology (ASHBi) in the Mathematical Biology and Medicine laboratory led by S. Seirin-Lee.

Before that, I was PhD student in the Applied Mathematics section of the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College London under the supervision of Pierre Degond, Sara Merino-Aceituno and Amic Frouvelle.

Contact: diez [dot] antoinenicolas [dot] 4e [at] kyoto-u [dot] ac [dot] jp

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I am a former student of the ENS Rennes from which I graduated with a BSc in Mathematics, a BSc in Physics and where I obtained the French *Agrégation*. I earned a MSc in Mathematics from the ENS Lyon. See my CV for more details.

My research interests are primarily focused on the derivation and analysis of PDE and stochastic models of **self-organisation** in mathematical biology. During my PhD, I have worked on **kinetic theory** for the study of mathematical models of **collective dynamics**. On the numerical side, a large part of my work is concerned with the design of efficient methods to **simulate large systems of interacting particles**. Related to that but unrelated to mathematical biology, I have also worked on other applications, especially **particle methods** for **MCMC** problems. See my CV and my Research page for more details.