G.-H. Cottet's home page




Welcome to my home page.

I have been Professor at the Université Joseph Fourier since 1990 and senior member of the Institut Universitaire de France since 2009.
I was previously Research Assistant at CNRS and Assistant-Professor at UCLA.

I am a member of the PDE team. My research is in Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing.

I was chairman of the LJK from its creation to 2010. I was the founder in 2011 and chairman until October 2104 of AMIES, a national initiative of CNRS with INRIA and University of Grenoble, to foster interactions between mathematics and enterprises.

Use the left bar to navigate and find out my past and current projects and interests.




 


G.-H. Cottet and P. Koumoutsakos, Vortex methods: theory and practice,
Cambridge University Press, 2000.
 


A great introduction to the beauty of vortices:"The Secret Life of Vortices " (computations and movie produced in the team of P. Koumoutsakos at ETH, Zurich, selected in SIGGRAPH Video Review 2008)


 


A movie to explain and illustrate particle methods for high resolution simulation of scalar transport.
Right picture: Slice of scalar contours in a DNS of homogeneous turbulence using about 27 billion particles running on 8000 cores of an IBM Blue Gene machine at IDRIS.
Reynolds number=170, Schmidt number=128. Calculation by J.-B. Lagaert (LEGI and LJK), ANR projects Scales and HAMM.