Yohan Davit: About me
I'm a research scientist at CNRS (CR ), working in the porous media group which is part of the Institute of Fluids Mechanics of Toulouse. My background is in physics and engineering but I also love working at the interface with mathematics and biology. I am partircularly fond of bacterial biofilms, flows in porous structures and transport phenomena in the brain.
- Dec. 2012-Now: Chargé de recherche, CNRS – Institute of Fluids Mechanics, Toulouse, FR.
- 2011-2012: PostDoc, University of Oxford - Mathematical Institute, Oxford, UK.
Cellular level models of biological tissues (Chaste project), discrete-to-continuum homogenization and hybrid discrete-continuous models. H. Byrne, D. Gavaghan, J. Osborne, J. Pitt-Francis.
- 2007-2010: Institute of Fluids Mechanics, Toulouse, FR.
Multiscale analysis of transport phenomena in porous media with biofilms. Advisors: G. Debenest, M. Gerino.
- 2006–2007: M.S., Physics for life sciences, University Joseph Fourier, Grenoble.
Rheology of confined suspensions and its application to blood flows through capillaries. Advisor: P. Peyla.