Presentations

Conferences and schools

Seminars

  • Machine learning for coarse-graining molecular systems, Data Science and Computational Statistics Seminar, University of Birmingham (October 2021) pdf
  • Computation of transport coefficients in molecular dynamics: methods and numerical analysis, One World Stochastic Numerics and Inverse Problems seminar (July 2021) pdf
  • Hypocoercivity without changing the scalar product, Probability seminar, University of Bristol (May 2021) pdf
  • Longtime convergence of some diffusion processes in molecular dynamics, Probability seminar, University of Delaware (April 2021) pdf
  • Finding reaction coordinates with machine learning techniques for free energy computations, MPI Polymer Research public seminar (January 2021) pdf
  • Computation of transport coefficients in molecular dynamics: methods and numerical analysis, University of Massachussetts (April 2020) pdf
  • Linear response of nonequilibrium stochastic dynamics, ACM seminar, University of Edinburgh (Feburary 2020) pdf
  • A mathematical introduction to molecular dynamics, MAC-MIGs students seminar Edinburgh (February 2020) pdf
  • Linear response of nonequilibrium stochastic dynamics, Probability group seminar, University of Bonn (January 2020) pdf
  • Convergence of Adaptive Langevin (and other dynamics) using hypocoercivity, Applied PDEs seminar Imperial College London (October 2019) pdf
  • Convergence of Adaptive Langevin (and other dynamics) using hypocoercivity, Université Paris-Dauphine (October 2019) pdf
  • Error estimates in molecular dynamics, DEFI/MEDISIM/POEMS seminar, Inria Saclay (July 2019) pdf
  • Hybrid Monte Carlo methods for sampling probability measures on submanifolds, Maths/chemistry seminar EMC2, Sorbonne-Université (June 2019)
  • Convergence and approximation of Langevin like dynamics, MAP5 Colloquium, Université Paris Descartes (June 2019) pdf
  • Longtime convergence of evolution semigroups in molecular dynamics, Mathematical Physics Seminar, Institut Henri Poincaré (March 2019) pdf
  • Error estimates in molecular dynamics, Inria/LJLL seminar, Paris (December 2018) pdf
  • Hybrid Monte Carlo methods for sampling on submanifolds, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (October 2018) pdf
  • Sampling with stochastic differential equations: a primer, SMILE [Statistical Machine Learning in Paris] seminar, Paris (April 2018)
  • Langevin dynamics at equilibrium and out of equilibrium: from hypocoercivity to efficient sampling, Duke University (February 2018) pdf
  • Mathematical analysis and numerical schemes for dissipative dynamics like models, ETH Zürich (February 2018) pdf
  • (Non)equilibrium Langevin dynamics: convergence and numerical approximation, University of Geneva (March 2017) pdf
  • (Non)equilibrium Langevin dynamics: convergence and numerical approximation, University of Massachussetts (February 2017) pdf
  • A mathematical introduction to some coarse-grained stochastic dynamics, Army Research Laboratory, Aberdeen Proving Ground (February 2017) pdf
  • Langevin dynamics with space-time periodic nonequilibrium forcing, University of Lille (september 2014)
  • The computation of averages from equilibrium and nonequilibrium Langevin dynamics, AMMP seminar, Imperial College London (october 2013) pdf
  • Numerical simulation of Langevin dynamics, CEMRACS 2013 (august 2013)
  • The microscopic origin of the macroscopic dielectric permittivity of crystals, Mathematical Physics Seminar, Institut Poincaré (may 2013) pdf
  • Time evolution of defects in crystals, Collège de France (june 2012) pdf
  • Computation of transport coefficients in molecular dynamics, University of Edinburgh (february 2012) pdf
  • A mathematical understanding of the random phase approximation, Université de Cergy (november 2011)
  • Adiabatic switching for degenerate ground states, Université de Lille (june 2009)
  • Adaptive Importance Sampling (and applications to Bayesian statistics), BigMC seminar (IHP, Paris) pdf
  • Adiabatic switching for degenerate ground states, IMA seminar on mathematics and chemistry, Minneapolis (may 2009) pdf
  • Sampling constraints in average, PMC seminar (CEA/DAM) (05/09/2008)
  • Présentation au Centre de Recherche Lafarge (mars 2008) pdf
  • Séminaire EDP Université de Strasbourg (feburary 2008) pdf
  • (Non)equilibrium computation of free energy differences, University of Warwick (2007) pdf
  • (Non)equilibrium computation of free energy differences, Seminar of the Computational Chemistry group at university of Amsterdam (2006) pdf
  • Echantillonnage hors-équilibre, Meeting “Scientific computation” at université de Cergy (03/04/2006) pdf
  • A simplified one-dimensional model for shock and detonation waves, seminar Materials and Simulation Process Center (Caltech, 29/11/2005) pdf
  • Theoretical and numerical comparison of some sampling methods in molecular dynamics, Presentation at the IPAM seminar (23/09/2005) pdf
  • Sampling methods, PMC seminar (CEA/DAM) (11/06/2005) pdf

Posters

Conference Proceedings

  • I. G. Tejada, L. Brochard, G. Stoltz, F. Legoll, T Lelièvre and E. Cancès, Combining a reactive potential with a harmonic approximation for molecular dynamics simulation of fracture, IOP Journal of Physics: Conference Series 574 (2015) 012041 link
  • E. Cancès, M. Lewin and G. Stoltz, The Microscopic Origin of the Macroscopic Dielectric Permittivity of Crystals: A Mathematical Viewpoint, in Numerical Analysis of Multiscale Computations, B.
  • Engquist, O. Runborg, Y.-H. R. Tsai. (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering 82, 87 – 125 (2011) preprint
  • F. Legoll, T. Lelièvre and G. Stoltz, Some remarks on sampling methods in Molecular Dynamics, Proceedings of CANUM 2006, ESAIM Proc 22, 217—233 (2008) link

General audience lectures

  • Science show “On n’est pas que des cobayes” on trajectories of firewoks (Paris, October 2015) link to the video
  • Science show “On n’est pas que des cobayes” on the pendulum wave (Paris, April 2015) link to the video
  • Computer Simulations: The third way of doing science, ICMS (Edinburgh, June 2014)
  • Les ordinateurs remplaceront-ils les exp\’eriences de laboratoire ?, Salon “Culture et jeux mathématiques’’ (Paris, Mai 2011)