Idriss Mazari is a visiting member of the DyCon team, is currently a PhD student of Yannick Privat and Grégoire Nadin in Paris Sorbonne Université. His works focus on shape and parametric optimization for reaction-diffusion equations. His main focus is the understanding of the influence of spatial heterogeneity on population dynamics.He mainly studies existence theorems for non-linear shape optimization problems, or quantitative results regarding spectral optimization. For instance, he investigated the maximal population size problem or the optimal survival of species problem.
Control of reaction-diffusion under state constraints - Heterogeneous setting: Gene-flow.
This tutorial is part of the control under state constraints. We will present the main features regarding the controllability of bistable reaction-diffusion equations with heterogeneous drifts.