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.