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My expertise lies in the application of the mathematical and numerical tools and techniques of nonlinear dynamics to celestial dyanmics, astrodynamics, space situational awareness. I approach this problem within the framework of dynamical system theory, from performing detailed mathematical modeling to carrying out large-scale simulations of the complex environment occupied by space debris and artificial satellites.

Areas of expertise

Applied dynamical systems; finite time chaos indicators; space situational awareness; space debris; celestial mechanics; nonlinear dynamics


- 2018, Featured in Nature-news, `The quest to conquer Earth's space junk problem' by A.Witze.

- 2017, Best Ppaper Award, Celestial Dynamics & Astrodynamics, Viterbo, Italy.

- 2017, Nominated by Springer-Nature as `one of the 180 groundbreaking paper that could help change the world'.


- 2012-2015, PhD Thesis, Paris Observatory, France.

- 2012, Master 2 Degree, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Paris Observatory, France.

- 2011, Master 2 Degree, Applied mathematics, University of Liile 1, France.

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Science, Essays on the motion of resonant artificial bodies, Observatoire de Paris

Award Date: 15 Dec 2015


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