Web page of VALENTIN RESSEGUIER
Web page of Valentin Resseguier
Background and Position
After my A-level in 2008 and two years of preparatory courses, I entered in the Grande Ecole called CentraleSupelec in Gif-sur-Yvette (France).
During the third and last year, I specialized in applied mathematics, statistics and signal processing and obtain a double diploma: Supelec Engineer and M.Sc ATSI from Paris Sud university.
Since 2013, I am doing a PhD about stochastic fluid dynamics models, both in the Fluminance team at Inria in Rennes and in the LOPS (spatial and physical oceanography laboratory) at IFREMER in Plouzane (France).
A new kind of stochastic transport has been derived, assuming that the velocity is partially time-uncorrelated due to time coarse-graining. It has enabled to derive deterministic or randomized Large Eddy Simulations (LES) flow models. The design of ensemble forecasts, reduced order models, mixing analysis and Lagrangian advection method are few examples of applications we are exploring with such a modeling.
A MATLAB code simulating a randomized version of the Surface Quasi-Geostrophic (SQG) model is available
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