The master 'mathematical modeling and macroscopic physics'
offers courses in macroscopic physics, out of equilibrium phenomena,
fluid dynamics, solid mechanics, non-linear waves and patterns
generated by instability. The corresponding mathematical tools are
mainly dynamical systems, partial differential equations and
stochastic processes.

** For which research topics is this training useful ?**

• Nonlinear physics

• Out of equilibrium statistical physics

• Solid mechanics

• Fluid dynamics, turbulence

• Application of fluid dynamics to meteorology, oceanography, climate or more generally GAFD

• Industrial applications of fluid dynamics, energy transformation

• Plasma physics

• Dynamical modeling (applied math or theoretical physics)

• Applications to complex systems, networks, finance, theoretical biology, …, or any problem which technically requires to solve PDE’s or coupled ODE’s

see program here.