timothee.pouchon AT epfl.ch
Timothée Pouchon is a postdoc at the EPFL in the chair of Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis (ANMC). In July 2012 he obtained his Master of Science MSc in Applied Mathematics from the EPFL. He wrote his Master’s thesis at the University of Sussex (UK). In July 2017 he obtained his doctoral degree. His doctoral dissertation is entitled Effective models and numerical homogenization methods for long time wave propagation in heterogeneous media.
Scientific Assistant in the Ecological Engineering Laboratory (ECOL), EPFL.
‣ Numerical analysis and computational methods for partial differential equations.
‣ Analytical and numerical homogenization, multiscale methods and applications.
‣ Numerical analysis of stochastic differential equations.
A. Abdulle and T. Pouchon, Effective models for long time wave propagation in locally periodic media, SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis, 56 (2018) : pp. 2701–2730.
A. Abdulle and T. Pouchon, Effective models for the multidimensional wave equation in heterogeneous media over long time and numerical homogenization, Mathematical Models and Methods in Applied Sciences, 26 (2016) : pp. 2651–2684.
A. Abdulle and T. Pouchon, A Priori Error Analysis of the Finite Element Heterogeneous Multiscale Method for the Wave Equation over Long Time, SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis, 54 (2016) : pp. 1507–1534.
S. Coutu, T. Pouchon, P. Queloz, and N. Vernaz, Integrated stochastic modeling of pharmaceuticals in sewage networks, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 30 (2016) : pp. 1087–1097.
A. Abdulle, Y. Bai, and T. Pouchon, Reduced basis numerical homogenization method for the multiscale wave equation, in Numerical Mathematics and Advanced Applications – ENUMATH 2013, pp. 397–405. Springer International Publishing, 2015.