Xavier Claeys

Maître de conférence, laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions

membre de l'équipe INRIA Alpines


Bureau 15-25-310
Université Pierre et Marie Curie
Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions
4 place Jussieu
75005 Paris

Tel: +33 (0)1 44 27 72 01
Email: claeys_AT_ann.jussieu.fr

Detailed curriculum vitae (updated in March 2020).

Research topics

My research activity is centered on the modelling and numerical analysis of linear wave propagation phenomena, in the context of frequency domain electromagnetics and acoustics. My main interests concern:

In the past, I have been leading coordinator of the research project NonlocalDD funded by the French National Research Agency (so-called ANR) for investigating boundary integral equations in conjunction with domain decomposition. Before that, I had been involved in the METAMATH project funded by ANR that focused on the modelling and numerical analysis of metamaterials. Below are three presentations that provide a glimpse at my research concerns

Boundary element library

For practical purposes (implementation of multi-trace formulations in particular), I am developping my own personal boundary element library. Although far from optimal, with ongoing development, it allows easy/fast implementation of multi-trace formulations. It is called bemtool and is available on GitHub, distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License.


In recent years, I have been involved in the organisation of the following workshops and conferences

Poster Patrick Joly Poster IABEM


Ph.D. thesis
Asymptotics and numerical analysis for wave diffraction by thin wires,
Université Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, 2008.

Habilitation thesis
Boundary integral equations of time harmonic wave scattering at complex structures,
Université Pierre-et-Marie Curie, 2016.

Articles in peer reviewed journals


Research reports