Ioan R. IONESCU

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Résumé/CV

Personal record

Date of birth: January 5th, 1958
Place of birth: Bucharest, Romania
Citizenship: France and Romania

Education

-Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, University of Bucharest,
January 1990, Dissertation: Functional and Numerical methods in rate-type viscoplasticity
-M.S. in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, University of Bucharest, June 1982,
Dissertation: Viscometric flows of non-newtonian fluids

Professional Experience

Professor - University Paris 13, 2007-present
Professor - University of Savoy, 1994 -2007
Head - Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Savoy, 1997-2001
Senior research fellow (second degree)- Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest, 1993-1994
Senior research fellow (third degree) - Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest, 1990- 1993
Research fellow - Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest, 1988-1990
Mathematician - Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest, 1983-1988

Visiting Positions

Visiting Professor – Kobe University, CRSS, 3 months 2007
Visiting Professor – University of Florida, REEF, 7 months/2003-2009
Visiting Research fellow - Institute of Mathematics of the Romanian Academy, 1month/2002
Visiting Professor - E.N.S.I.M.A.G., INP de Grenoble, France, 6 months/1994
Visiting Scientist - Laboratoire de Modelisation et Calcul, Grenoble, France, 3 months/1993
Visiting Assistant Professor - Universite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France, 11 months 1991/1992
Post-Doc - L.M. T., Ecole Normale Superieure de Cachan, France, 9 months/1991

Awards

Award Gheorghe Titeica for research from Romanian Academy, 1988

Scientific work

-68 papers in refereed journals,
-16 papers in refereed conference publications,
-1 book (Oxford University Press)

PhD Advising

-Thomas Perrot, High speed penetration in geological media, University of Savoie, April 2007
-Marius Ghergu, Singularities on the boundary for elliptic equations. Applications to the city effect, University of Savoie, September 2006 (with V. Radulescu)
-N. Sakki, Contact with Coulomb friction : uniqueness analysis, University of Savoy, December 2004 (with P. Hild)
-S. Wolf, Faults interaction. Mathematical and numercial modeling od unstable slip, Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble, December 2003 (with M. Campillo)
-P. Favreau, Initiation and propagation of seismic rupture : instabilities of friction in elastodynamics, Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble, October 2000 (with M. Campillo)
-Ch. Voisin, Earthquakes: from initiation to arrest of rupture, Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble, September 2000 (with M. Campillo)
-Q.-L. Nguyen, Instabilities of friction in elasticity. Earthquke initiation modeling, University Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, January 1999

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