Lisl Weynans

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Nouveau: Sujet de thèse (financement acquis sur AAP Interdisciplinaire de l'Université de Bordeaux)
New: PhD subject (Grant obtained from University of Bordeaux)


Research topics

Very recently, inverse problems in electrocardiography, and until now, finite differences and finite volumes schemes on cartesian grids with immersed interfaces or boundaries...
More precisely:

Some slides

Journal articles and preprints

  1. A sharp Cartesian method for incompressible flows with large density ratios
    Bergmann M., Weynans L.
    submitted, INRIA research report 8926, [pdf]

  2. Convergence of a cartesian method for elliptic problems with immersed interfaces
    Weynans L.
    submitted, INRIA research report 8872, [pdf]

  3. Local lubrication model for spherical particles within an incompressible Navier-Stokes flow
    B. Lambert, L. Weynans, and M. Bergmann
    Phys. Rev. E, vol 97, 033313, 2018, [hal]

  4. Super-convergence in maximum norm of the gradient for the Shortley-Weller method
    Weynans, L.
    J. Sci. Comput., vol 75, pp 625-637, 2018, [pdf]

  5. Enablers for high order level set methods in fluid mechanics
    Bergmann M., Luddens F., Weynans L.
    Int. J. Numer. Meth. Fluids, vol 79, pp 654-675, 2015, [pdf]

  6. Numerical solution of the Monge-Kantorovich problem by density lift-up continuation
    A. Bouharguane, A. Iollo, L. Weynans
    ESAIM: M2AN, vol 49, pp 1577-1592, 2015, [link]

  7. A second-order Cartesian method for the simulation of electropermeabilization cell models
    M. Leguebe, C. Poignard, L. Weynans
    J. Comput. Phys, vol 292, pp114-140, 2015, pdf

  8. Consistency, accuracy and entropic behaviour of remeshed particle methods
    L. Weynans, A. Magni
    ESAIM: Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis, Vol. 47, pp 57-81, 2013 pdf

  9. "Classical" Electropermeabilization Modeling at the Cell Scale
    O. Kavian, M. Leguebe, C. Poignard, L. Weynans
    Journal of Mathematical Biology, Dec. 2012, pp 1-31, pdf

  10. A simple second order cartesian scheme for compressible Euler flows
    Y. Gorsse, A. Iollo, H. Telib, L. Weynans
    J. Comput. Phys., Vol. 231, Issue 23,pp 7780-7794, 2012 pdf

  11. A parallel second order cartesian method for elliptic interface problems
    M. Cisternino, L. Weynans
    Commun. Comput. Phys., Vol. 12, pp. 1562-1587, 2012 pdf

  12. Robust numerical schemes for anisotropic diffusion problems, a first step for turbulence modeling in\ Lagrangian hydrodynamics
    Dambrine J., Hoch P., Kuate R., Loheac J., Metral J., Rebourcet B., Weynans L.
    ESAIM :Proc., Vol. 28, pp. 80-99, 2009. [hal]

  13. Spray impingement on a wall in the context of the upper airways
    L. Boudin, L. Weynans
    ESAIM : Proc., Vol. 23, pp. 1-9, 2008 [hal]

  14. Towards implicit Sub-Grid Scale Modeling by Particle Methods
    S. Hickel, L. Weynans, N.A. Adams, G.-H. Cottet
    ESAIM Proc., Vol. 16, pp. 77-88, 2007 [hal]

  15. Particle methods revisited : a class of high order finite-difference methods
    G.-H. Cottet, L. Weynans
    C. R. Acad. Sci., Paris, Ser. I, Vol 343, No 1, p. 51, 2006 [hal]

In preparation:

Published conference proceedings

  1. A sharp Cartesian method for the simulation of air-water interface
    Bergmann M., Luddens F & Weynans L.
    Proceedings of the Eigth Eigth International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Chengdu, China, July 14-18, 2014, pdf.

  2. Drag and drop simulations: from images to full 3D simulations
    Bergmann M., C. Galusinski, Iollo A. & Lisl Weynans
    Proceedings of the Eigth International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Chengdu, China, July 14-18, 2014, pdf.

  3. A simple second order cartesian scheme for compressible flows
    Y. Gorsse, A. Iollo, L. Weynans
    Springer Proceedings in Mathematics, 2011, Volume 4, Part 1, 543-551. pdf

  4. A multilevel adaptive particle-grid method for gas dynamics
    G.-H. Cottet, B. Rebourcet, L. Weynans
    Proceedings of the ECCOMAS Thematic Conference on Meshless Methods, B14.1-6, 2005 pdf.

PhD

"Méthode particulaire multiniveaux pour la dynamique des gaz, application au calcul d'écoulements multifluides" [hal] effectuée sous la direction de Georges-Henri Cottet (LJK, Université de Grenoble) et Bernard Rebourcet (CEA DAM), soutenue en Décembre 2006.