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.- The influence of surface charge on the coalescence of ice and dust particles in the mesosphere. J. Baptiste et al., under review at Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions (2020).

- A Linear Scaling in Accuracy Numerical Method for Computing the Electrostatic Forces in the N-Body Dielectric Spheres Problem. M. Hassan, and B. Stamm, Communications in Computational Physics, 29 (2021), pp. 319-356.

- An Integral Equation Formulation of the N-Body Dielectric Spheres Problem. Part II: Complexity Analysis. B. Bramas, M. Hassan, and B. Stamm, ESAIM:M2AN (2020).

- An Integral Equation Formulation of the N-Body Dielectric Spheres Problem. Part I: Numerical Analysis. M. Hassan, and B. Stamm, ESAIM:M2AN (2020).

- On the Scalability of the Schwarz Method. G. Ciaramella, M. Hassan and B. Stamm, The SMAI Journal of Computational Mathematics}, Volume 6 (2020), pp. 33-68.

- On the Scalability of the Parallel Schwarz Method in One Dimension. G. Ciaramella, M. Hassan and B. Stamm, Domain Decomposition Methods in Science and Engineering XXV (2020), pp. 151-158.

- Mathematical Analysis of Boundary Integral Equations and Domain Decomposition Methods with Applications in Polarisable Electrostatics.
**Doctoral dissertation**,*RWTH Aachen, 2020*.

- Exploring the Carbuncle Phenomenon in Hypersonic flows using the Framework of Entropy Measure Valued Solutions.
**MS thesis**,*ETH Zürich, 2016*.