Idriss MazariIdriss Mazari is a visiting member of the DyCon team, is currently a PhD student of Yannick Privat and Grégoire Nadin in Paris Sorbonne Université. His works focus on shape and parametric optimization for reaction-diffusion equations. His main focus is the understanding of the influence of spatial heterogeneity on population dynamics.He mainly studies existence theorems for non-linear shape optimization problems, or quantitative results regarding spectral optimization. For instance, he investigated the maximal population size problem or the optimal survival of species problem.

idriss.mazari@upmc.fr
(+34) 94 413 9003 Ext.: 3282
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My works focus on shape and parametric optimization for reaction-diffusion equations. My main focus is the understanding of the influence of spatial heterogeneity on population dynamics. I mainly study existence theorems for non-linear shape optimization problems, or quantitative results regarding spectral optimization.

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Education
Talks
Publications

Education

  • Internship (Sep 2019 – Dec 2019), DeustoTech, Bilbao
  • PhD Student Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions, Paris-Sorbonne Université
  • Master’s degree Paris Jussieu
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon

Talks

  • Feb 2019 Homogenization in eigenvalue optimization for mathematical biology , Lab Seminar,  Brescia, Italy
  • Dec 2018 Shape optimization in mathematical biology, Journée Maths Bio, Dauphine Paris, France
  • Dec 2018 Shape optimization in mathematical biology, Journée ANR Shapo, Grenoble, France
  • Feb 2018 Optimization of the total population size, Lab Seminar, Compiègnes, France
  • Feb 2018 Optimization in mathematical biology, ANR; Chambéry
  • Dec 2017 Optimization of total population size, Conference in PDEs, Stockholm

 

Publications

I. Mazari Trait selection and rare mutations: The case of large diffusivities, Discrete & Continuous Dynamical Systems-B, 6693,6724,2019-7-19, DOI:10.3934
I. Mazari, G. Nadin, Y. Privat Optimal location of resources maximizing the total population size in logistic models, Journal de mathématiques pures et appliquées, Elsevier, In press. ffhal-01607046v4ff

Preprints

I. Mazari, A quantitative inequality for the first Schrodinger eigenvalue in the ball (Hal link)