About Me

I'm a post-doctoral researcher at the Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions under the supervision of Yvon Maday. Along with several of Yvon's students and collaborators, I'm working as part of the Extreme-scale Mathematically-based Computational Chemistry ERC Synergy project.

Before coming to LJLL, I studied at RWTH Aachen and ETH Zürich. I wrote my Phd Dissertation under Benjamin Stamm, and before that my MS thesis under Sid Mishra.

Research Interests

The main part of my post-doctoral research involves a posteriori error analysis for wave-function methods that are used to solve the electronic Schrödinger equation. I'm also working on some aspects of implicit solvation modelling in a joint project with Eric Cancès and some other colleagues.

During my Phd, I mostly worked on the mathematical analysis of boundary integral equations and domain decomposition methods with applications in polarisable electrostatics. Another project I worked on, which is still ongoing research with Xavier Claeys, concerns the continuity properties of Riesz potentials on polygonal domains.


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Muhammad Hassan

Post-doctoral Researcher
Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions (LJLL)
Sorbonne Université (SU)

Address: 4 Place Jussieu, 75005 Paris
Office: 1516-3-07
Phone: +33 7 79 25 58 01
Email: hassan(AT)ljll.math.upmc.fr

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