## Professor, computational engineering.

Philippe Helluy

#### Research subjects

I am interested in mathematical and numerical modeling for physics. My research is often related to industrial problems and to High Performance Computing (HPC).

I did my PhD in Toulouse on numerical methods for electromagnetism: boundary integral equations and Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) methods. When I moved to Toulon, I had the opportunity to work on computational fluid dynamics with applications to Navier-Stokes and multiphase flows. More recently I have done research on numerical methods for plasma physics: Magneto-Hydro-Dynamics (MHD) and Vlasov-Maxwell models.

#### Teaching subjects

Since my PhD I’ve taught in various fields of physics, mathematics and computer science to future engineers or mathematicians, at the Licence or Master levels. Like most of French university professors I usually teach about 200 hours a year. I benefited from a CNRS sabbatical in 2006 (100 hours of teaching instead of 200) and a Strasbourg University sabbatical in 2013 (100 hours of teaching instead of 200).

Here is a non-closed list of examples of given lectures:

- Mathematics: numerical analysis, mathematical analysis, linear algebra, probability, statistics, differential equations, Partial Differential Equations (PDE), harmonic analysis, optimization, functional analysis, optimal control, etc.
- Physics, engineering: solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, operational research, stochastic processes, finite element and finite volume methods, etc.
- Computer science: graph theory, programming (C, C++, FORTRAN, Matlab, Python), parallel programming, GPU programming, etc.

#### Résumé

Start |
End |
Activity |
Location |

Sept. 1985 |
July 1987 |
“Classes préparatoires”, mathematics. |
Lycée Hoche, Versaille |

Sept. 1987 |
July 1990 |
Aeronautics and space engineering studies. |
Sup’aéro, Toulouse |

Sept. 1990 |
July 1990 |
Master, applied mathematics. |
Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse |

Sept. 1990 |
Aug. 1993 |
PhD, thesis “Numerical resolution of harmonic Maxwell equations by a Discontinuous Galerkin method. Application to RADAR cross section”. electromagnetism, applied mathematics, scientific computing. Advisor: Pierre-Alain Mazet. |
ONERA (French national aerospace research institute), Toulouse |

Sept. 1990 |
Aug. 1993 |
PhD Teaching assistant (“moniteur”). 64 hours teaching per year: Sup’aéro, ENSICA (engineering schools) and Université Paul Sabatier (math. students) |
Sup’aéro, ENSICA and Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse |

Sept. 1993 |
Aug. 1994 |
Temporary Assistant Professor in mathematics (ATER) |
Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse |

Sept. 1994 |
Aug. 2006 |
Permanent Assistant Professor at the engineering school in Toulon University (ISITV: “Institut des Sciences de l’Ingénieur de Toulon et du Var”) |
Université de Toulon et du Var (UTV) |

Jan. 2005 |
Jan. 2005 |
Habilitation thesis “Numerical simulation of multiphase flows: from theory to practice”. Advisor: Thierry Gallouët. |
Université de Toulon et du Var (UTV) |

Sept. 2006 |
now |
Full Professor at “Institut de Recherche Mathématique Avancée”, IRMA UMR CNRS 7501. First class since October 2012. |
Université de Strasbourg (UDS) |

##### Professional address

IRMA, UMR CNRS 7501,

7 rue Descartes,

67000
Strasbourg,

France

http://www-irma.u-strasbg.fr/∼helluy