Bruno Figliuzzi

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Associate Professor (Maître Assistant)
Center for Mathematical Morphology
MINES ParisTech, PSL Research University

Contact

bruno.figliuzzi-at-mines-paristech.fr
Phone: +33(0)164694974
Location:
35 Rue Saint-Honoré
77300 Fontainebleau CEDEX
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Biography

I obtained my PhD degree in the field of Mathematical Morphology in 2011 under the supervision of Professor Dominique Jeulin. During my PhD thesis, I worked with the steel company ArcelorMittal on the development of a predictive model for the appearance of painted steel sheets used in the automotive industry.
After my PhD thesis, I was awarded the Shapiro postdoctoral fellowship by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, MA, and I joined the research group of Professor Cullen R. Buie (Laboratory for Energy and Microsystems Innovation) to conduct researches on microscale fluid mechanics and teach undergraduate classes in Thermal engineering. I am currently Associate professor at the Center for Mathematical Morphology (CMM) at Mines ParisTech since June 2016. Before holding this position, I was assistant professor in tenure track at Mines ParisTech.

Research Interests

Physics of Random media, Image processing with applications to Materials engineering, Microscale Fluid Mechanics.

Teaching

2016

  • Physics of Random Media, Mines ParisTech, Athens Program, Lectures and Recitations (Lecture Notes on Stochastic Geometry)

  • Heterogeneous Materials, Mines ParisTech, DMS Master, lectures and Recitations

  • Fluid Mechanics, Mines ParisTech, Recitations

2015

  • Physics of Random Media, Mines ParisTech, Athens Program, Lectures and Recitations

  • Fluid Mechanics, Mines ParisTech, Recitations

2014

  • Fluid Mechanics, Mines ParisTech, Recitations

2013

  • 2.006: Thermal-fluid Engineering II, MIT (Spring Session)

2012

  • 2.006: Thermal-fluid Engineering II, MIT (Fall Session)

  • 2.006: Thermal-fluid Engineering II, MIT (Spring Session)

Students

PhD Students

  • Kaiwen Chang (2016 - …)

  • Robin Alais (2015 - …)

Master Students

  • Xiaojun Pan (2016)

  • Jian Chen (2015)

  • Jean-Baptiste Gasnier (2014)

  • Wai Hong Ronald Chan (2012 - 2013) (At Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Collaborations

Funded Projects

  • Multimodal Microscopy Scanner (M3S) Project In this project co-funded by the European Union through the CIP ICT PSP, we are working on the development of Raman spectroscopy methods for diagnostic/prognostic of Leukaemia.

  • Coldspray In this project funded through a grant from AFOSR, I am working on the development of stochastic geometry models to describe the microstructure of cold sprayed films

  • Electrophorèse In this project funded by Institut CARNOT Mines, I am working on the development of physical models for nonlinear electrophoresis and on their application for depositing graded surfaces.

Professional Service