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Lévy-flight processes

Modelling the dispersal of transgenic pollen

Mathematical modelling of biomedical processes

Seagrass connectivity

Modelling seagrass connectivity in the Great Barrier Reef

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My group is interested in mathematical modelling of complex systems, with applications in marine ecology, coastal oceanography, biomedicine and more! We develop a range of different models including multi-scale hydrodynamic models and high-order models of fractional diffusion. These models allow us to achieve unprecedented accuracy to bring new insight into the physical and biological processes at play.


Team

Emmanuel Hanert

Emmanuel Hanert

Professor

Professor of Environmental Modelling & Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Bioscience Engineering

Emmanuel Hanert

Professor

Thomas Dobbelaere

Thomas Dobbelaere

PhD student

Connectivity modelling in the Florida Reef Tract

Thomas Dobbelaere

PhD student

François Duquesne

François Duquesne

Research assistant

Web interface development and 3D applications

François Duquesne

Research assistant

Afshin Farhadi

Afshin Farhadi

PhD student

Ecological and financial application of fractional diffusion models

Afshin Farhadi

PhD student

Irfana Faryuni

Irfana Faryuni

PhD student

Modelling transport processes in the Coral Triangle (Indonesia)

Irfana Faryuni

PhD student

Léolo Gonay

Léolo Gonay

PhD student

Cell differentiation and morphogenesis modelling

Léolo Gonay

PhD student

Antoine Saint-Amand

Antoine Saint-Amand

PhD student

Connectivity modelling in the Great Barrier Reef

Antoine Saint-Amand

PhD student

Joko Sampurno

Joko Sampurno

PhD student

Multifractal indicators for geothermal site detection

Joko Sampurno

PhD student

Valentin Vallaeys

Valentin Vallaeys

Postdoc

Coastal ocean modelling and industrial applications

Valentin Vallaeys

Postdoc


Publications

Google Scholar bibliometric data: 1245 citations; h-index = 21.

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