Rutger Biezemans

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Rutger Biezemans
CERMICS, École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées
6 et 8, av. Blaise Pascal
Cité Descartes – Champs-sur-Marne
77455 Marne-la-Vallée Cedex 2
France

E-mail: rutger (dot) biezemans (at) enpc (dot) fr

I am a 2nd year PhD student in the MATHERIALS team at CERMICS/INRIA under the supervision of Claude Le Bris, Alexei Lozinski and Frédéric Legoll.

PhD topic: “Difficult” multiscale problems and non-intrusive methods.
During my PhD project, I will be looking into numerical methods of MsFEM type, in particular for multiscale non-self-adjoint problems such as the advection-diffusion equation. Ways to make these methods as little intrusive as possible will also be considered.

GitHub

This GitHub repository contains the code that I develop for my research on MsFEM methods.

Pre-prints

  • Non-intrusive implementation of Multiscale Finite Element Methods: an illustrative example
    Rutger A. Biezemans, Claude Le Bris, Frédéric Legoll and Alexei Lozinski
    [arXiv:2204.06852]  [HAL-03643103]

Publications

Generalized mode-coupling theory (some work carried out during my studies at the Eindhoven University of Technology)

  • Glassy dynamics from generalized mode-coupling theory: Existence and uniqueness of solutions for hierarchically coupled integro-differential equations
    Rutger A. Biezemans, Simone Ciarella, Onur Caylak, Björn Baumeier, and Liesbeth M. C. Janssen
    J. Stat. Mech. 2020, 103301 (2020)  [doi]  [arXiv:2006.04476]
  • Understanding, predicting, and tuning the fragility of vitrimeric polymers
    Simone Ciarella, Rutger A. Biezemans, and Liesbeth M. C. Janssen
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 116, (2019)  [doi]  [arXiv:1910.00468]

Talks

Teaching activity

  • Analysis and scientific computing for undergraduate engineering students at the ENPC (Fall semester 20/21).
    This course was taught in a flipped classroom, in French (20/21) or English (21/22).
  • Partial differential equations and finite element methods for undergraduate engineering students at the ENPC (Spring semester 20/21).
    I led weekly exercise sessions and classes for one group of students, in English.
  • Equations aux Dérivées Partielles : Approches Variationnelles for undergraduate engineering students at the ENPC (Spring semester 21/22).
    I led weekly exercise sessions and classes for one group of students, in French.