Noemi David

Noemi David

PhD student in Applied Mathematics

Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions

Biography

I am a PhD student in Applied Mathematics at Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions. My research interests are Partial Differential Equations and their application to living tissue and cancer modelling. My background includes Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Biology.

Interests

  • Partial Differential Equations
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Mathematical Biology

Education

  • PhD in Applied Mathematics, 2019-present

    Sorbonne Université, Paris, France

  • Master in Applied Mathematics, 2016-2018

    University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

  • Erasmus (M2 in Mathematical Biology), Sept. 2017-Jan 2018

    Université Paris Sud, Paris, France

  • Bachelor in Mathematics, 2013-2016

    University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

Talks

Linear and Nonlinear Diffusion PDEs: Comparison Principle and Applications

Reaction-diffusion equations are widely used to describe physical and biological phenomena ranging from heat transfer and ionic …

Incompressible limit of tumor growth models

Both compressible and incompressible porous medium models are used in the literature to describe the mechanical properties of living …

Free boundary limit of a tumor growth model with nutrient

Both compressible and incompressible porous medium models are used in the literature to describe the mechanical properties of living …

Hele-Shaw limit for a model of tumor growth with nutrient (POSTER)

Compressible mechanical models of tumor growth are based on the competition for space between cells, whose division generates pressure …

Publications

Effective interface conditions for a model of tumour invasion through a membrane

Motivated by biological applications on tumour invasion through thin membranes, we study a porous-medium type equation where the …

On the Incompressible Limit for a Tumour Growth Model incorporating Convective Effects

In this work we study a tissue growth model with applications to tumour growth. The model is based on that of Perthame, Quirós, and …

Free boundary limit of tumor growth model with nutrient

Both compressible and incompressible porous medium models are used in the literature to describe the mechanical properties of living …

Projects

MBMC 2021 Conference

Mathematical Biology on the Mediterranean Coast (Online Conference)

Contact

  • 6 place Jussieu, Paris, 75005,
  • Corridor 15-25, Office 326