Antoine Leblond

Department Climate Variability
Group Complex Modelling and Extreme Computing
Position Postdoc
phone +49 40 41173-150
Room 207


Currently Postdoc in the team of Peter Korn. I am interested in the modelling, mathematical study, numerical analysis and implementation of coupled atmosphere-ocean models.

During my PhD, I focused on the mathematical and numerical analysis of a reduced model for sedimenting fluids - namely the Stokes-transport equation.

Short CV

PhD in Applied Mathematics

"Well-posedness and long-time behaviour of the Stokes-transport equation." 

Laboratoire Jacques-Louis Lions (LJLL), Sorbonne Université, Paris, France, 2020-2023 (Defense on November 2023)

M.Sc. Mathematics (Analysis & PDEs)

ENS Rennes & Université Rennes I, Rennes, France, 2016-2020

"Agrégation externe de mathématiques"

France, 2019

Scientific contributions

Leblond, A. (2023). Well-posedness and long-time behaviour of the Stokes-transport equation. PhD manuscript, to appear.

Dalibard, A. L., Guillod, J., & Leblond, A. (2023). Long-time behavior of the Stokes-transport system in a channel. arXiv preprint,

Leblond, A. (2022). Well-posedness of the Stokes-transport system in bounded domains and in the infinite strip. Journal de Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées,