Below is a chronological list of recent publications of mine.
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- First order corrections to the homogenized eigenvalues of a periodic composite medium. The case of Neumann boundary conditions.
Preprint (with S. Moskow).
An efficient approach to calculate current
distributions for electro-deposition of chip interconnections.
This Technical Note also appears in the IMA Preprint Series as
Preprint #1705, but
will otherwise not be submitted for publication
(with F. Santosa).
Wavelet Based Homogenization of a 2 Dimensional Elliptic
Preprint (with Y. Capdeboscq).
Full Range Scattering Estimates and their Application to Cloaking.
To appear in Arch. Rational Mech. Anal. (with H-M. Nguyen)
Diffusion and Homogenization Limits with separate Scales.
To appear in SIAM Multiscale Modeling and Simulation (with N. Ben Abdallah and M. Puel)
Approximate cloaking for the full wave equation via change of variables.
To appear in SIAM J. Math Anal. (with H-M. Nguyen)
Analysis of an enhanced approximate cloaking scheme for the conductivity problem. To appear in Asymptotic Analysis
(with H. Heumann)
Enhanced approximate cloaking by optimal change of variables. To appear in Inverse Problems
(with R. Griesmaier)
Elliptic estimates in composite media with smooth inclusions: an
integral equation approach. To appear in Annales scientifiques de l'Ecole
normale superieure (with H. Ammari, E. Bonnetier and F. Triki)
Approximate cloaking for the full wave equation via change of variables: the Drude-Lorentz model. To appear in Journal de Mathematiques Pures et Appliquees
(with H-M. Nguyen)
Uniform asymptotic expansion of the voltage potential in the presence of thin inhomogeneities with arbitrary conductivity. To appear in Chinese Annals of Mathematics
(with C. Dapogny)
Papers Currently in Preparation
Approximate Cloaking by Mapping: a brief Survey. (with H.M. Nguyen).
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