Florian Faucher
Project-team Makutu, Inria
Bordeaux, Université de Pau
et des Pays de l'Adour.
florian.faucher [at] inria.fr

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    Research interest

I am a researcher in applied mathematics in the Inria project-team Makutu, at the University of Pau et des Pays de l'Adour. My research is centered on inverse wave problems for imaging, where the objective is to recover the physical properties of a medium from the observation of wave propagation. My research has an emphasis on time-harmonic wave equations, seismic imaging, and helioseismology. I develop and maintain the dedicated open-source parallel software hawen used for large-scale applications.

  • Time-harmonic inverse wave problem,
  • Convergence and stability estimates,
  • Hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin methods,
  • Helioseismology,
  • Seismic imaging,
  • High-performance computing,
  • Nonlinear inverse problems,
  • Full Waveform Inversion.

    Open-source Software Hawen

hawen: time-HArmonic Wave modEling and INversion using Hybridizable Discontinuous Galerkin Discretization Open-source software that combines mpi and OpenMP parallelism to solve time-harmonic forward and inverse wave problems.
Website, with documentation and tutorials: https://ffaucher.gitlab.io/hawen-website.
Source code: https://gitlab.com/ffaucher/hawen.
Reference: F. Faucher, hawen: time-harmonic wave modeling and inversion using hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin discretization , Journal of Open Source Software, 6 (57), 2021.


Large-scale modeling

Inverse wave problems


wave propagation
inverse problems

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