Assistant Professor (maître de conférences)

Laboratoire de Mathématiques et Applications, CNRS & Université de Poitiers (France)

Scientific computing, partial differential equations, fluid mechanics, ship waves, shape optimisation, medical imaging, matching problems


+33 (0) 549496912

Laboratoire de Mathématiques et Applications, Téléport 2 - BP 30179, 11 Boulevard Marie et Pierre Curie, 86962 Futuroscope Chasseneuil Cedex

My hobby !

Julien Dambrine's Homepage


Julien Dambrine, Morgan Pierre Continuity with respect to the speed for optimal ship forms based on Michell's formula. MRCF (2021) link

Guillaume Herpe, Julien Dambrine, Inès Bennis, Clément Thomas, Stéphane Velasco, Rémy Guillevin Separation of perfusion phases in angiographies. AIMS Mathematics (2020) link

J. Fourdrinoy, J. Dambrine, M. Pierre, M. Petcu, G. Rousseaux The dual nature of the dead-water phenomenology: Nansen versus Ekman wave-making drags. PNAS (2020) link

J. Dambrine, E. Noviani, M. Pierre, Rankine-type cylinders having zero wave resistance in infinitely deep flows. IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics (2020). link

R. Chassagne, J. Dambrine, N. Obiwulu, A new geometrical approach for fast prediction of front propagation. Computers and Geosciences (2020) link

J. Fourdrinoy, C. Caplier, Y. Devaux, G. Rousseaux, A. Gianni, I. Zacharias, I. Jouteur, P.-M. Martin, J. Dambrine, M. Petcu, M. Pierre, The naval battle of Actium and the myth of the ship-holder: the effect of bathymetry. 5th MASHCON, (2019) link

J. Dambrine, M. Pierre, Regularity of Optimal Ship Forms Based on Michell's Wave Resistance, Applied Mathematics and Optimization, (2018) link

R. Chassagne, D. Obidegwu, J. Dambrine, C. MacBeth, Binary 4D sismic history matching, a metric study, Computers and Geosciences, (2016) link

J. Dambrine, M. Pierre, G. Rousseaux, A theoretical and numerical determination of optimal ship forms based on Michell's wave resistance, ESAIM: COCV, (2015) link

J. Dambrine, M. Colin, T. Colin Numerical simulations of wormlike micelles flows in microfluidic T-shaped junctions, Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, (2014) link

J. Dambrine, M. Colin, T. Colin, Validity of the Reynolds equation for miscible fluids in microchannels, DCDS-B, (2012) link

J. Dambrine, N. Meunier, B. Maury, A. Roudneff-Chupin, A congestion model for cell migration, CPAA, (2012) link

J. Dambrine, J.-B. Salmon, Interdiffusion of liquids with different viscosities in a microchannel, New Journal of Physics, (2009) link

PhD Students

Clément Thomas, on MRI data assimilation for cerebral blood flows, co-advised with Rémy Guillevin, since January 2022

Guillaume Herpe, on Mathematical modeling of the ischemic stroke, co-advised with Rémy Guillevin and Alain Miranville, between May 2017 and December 2022

Bayu Prihandono, on Mathematical models for ship hydrodynamics, co-advised with Madalina Petcu, between September 2016 and March 2021

Evi Noviani, on Shape optimisation for waves generated by a moving obstacle, co-advised with Morgan Pierre, between October 2014 and November 2018

Clément Chesseboeuf, on Brain MRI diffeomorphic matching and texture segmentation, co-advised with Hermine Biermé, Rémy Guillevin between September 2014 and November 2017