Jacques Blum is a Professor of Mathematics (tenured) at the Université Nice Sophia-Antipolis & Laboratoire Jean-Alexandre Dieudonné. He is internationally recognised researcher on “Inverse Problems”, using simulation, identification and optimal control of physical systems ruled by partial differential equations, with over 150 publications. He collaborated with the ITER Project (nuclear fusion) for plasmas behaviour and control in TOKAMAK reactors and LEGI Grenoble and LODYC Paris on oceanographic modelling for understanding current flows from altimetric satellite measurements. Mr Blum got his PhD in Mathematics at the Université Paris VI – Pierre et Marie Curie (cohort 1985).
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