Gwenaël Peltier

Postdoctoral researcher (1st year after PhD)

Welcome !

I am a postdoctoral researcher in mathematics at laboratory LJLL (Sorbonne Université, Paris) and the INRIA center of Paris.

My current works revolve around reaction-diffusion PDE that model the spreading of diseases propagated by mosquitoes (such as malaria, dengue fever). The objective is to control and prevent the spreading through the sterile insect technique. My supervisors are Luis Almeida and Benoit Perthame.

On 17th June 2021, I defended my PhD thesis, whose title translates as Mathematical analysis of nonlocal models in evolutionary ecology (fr), carried out at Université de Montpellier under the supervision of Matthieu Alfaro and Ophélie Ronce.

Keywords: reaction-diffusion PDE, invasion fronts, control theory.

Short bio
2021 - today: Postdoc at Sorbonne Université and Inria
2018 - 2021: PhD at Université de Montpellier
2017 - 2018: Master 2nd year in mathematics at Sorbonne Université
2015 - 2017: Master 1st year and "Agrégation" of mathematics at ENS Cachan
2012 - 2015: Student in engineering at Ecole Centrale de Lyon


Professional address:
LJLL Case courrier 187
Sorbonne Université
4 Place Jussieu
75005 Paris France
Office: 305, building 15-16