Full Professor, Institut de Recherche Mathématiques de Rennes UMR CNRS 6625, University Rennes 1; FLUMINANCE Team INRIA; Centre Henri Lebesgue France.

Leader of the "Mathematical Modelling for Mechanics" IRMAR's team (3M team, previously team of mechanics)
Leader of the group GAMNI-SMAI (Groupe pour l'Avancement des Méthodes Numériques de l'Ingénieur)
Local correspondent in Rennes of the SMAI (Société de Mathématiques Appliquées et Industrielles).

Research area : Mathematical fluid dynamic, Partial differential equations, functional analysis.

address : IRMAR , (Institut de Recherche Mathématiques de Rennes), UMR CNRS 6625, Université Rennes1, Campus Beaulieu, 35042 Rennes cedex, France

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Tel Secretary : 00 (33) 2 23 23 60 07

E-mail: Roger.Lewandowski at

Curriculum Vitae (including the list of publications)
Four last years publications
Current Ph D Students

Four last years publications

  1. On a one dimensional turbulent boundary layer model, Submitted, 2019. Paper on arxiv

  2. Testing a one-closure equation turbulence model in neutral boundary layers, (with Pranav Chandramouli, Etienne Mémin, Benoît Pinier) Submitted, 2019, Paper on HAL

  3. On the Reynolds time-averaged equations and the long-time behavior of Leray-Hopf weak solutions, with applications to ensemble averages, (with L. Berselli) Submitted, 2019, Paper on arxiv

  4. Long-Time Reynolds Averaging of Reduced Order Models for Fluid Flows: Preliminary Result, (with L. Berselli, T. Iliescu, B. Koc) Received for publication in Mathematics in Engineering, 2019. Paper on arxiv

  5. A model under location uncertainty for the mean velocity in wall bounded flows, (with Benoît Pinier, Etienne Mémin, Sylvain Laizet) Physical Review E, 99 , 063101 Paper on Phys. Rev.

  6. Navier-Stokes equations in the whole space with an eddy viscosity, In press in Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 2019, Paper on JMAA

  7. On the Bardina's model in the whole space, (with L. Berselli) Journal of Mathematical Fluid Mechanics, Vol 20, no 3, pp. 1335-1351, 2018, Paper on JMFM

  8. The Kolmogorov-Taylor Law of turbulence : what can rigorously be proved ? Part II, (with B. Pinier) The Foundations of Chaos Revisited: From Poincaré to Recent Advancements Springer, 2016, Chapter

  9. The Kolmogorov-Taylor Law of turbulence : what can rigorously be proved ? Handbook of applications of chaos theory Taylor and Francis, 2016, Chapter

  10. Long time turbulence model deduced from the Navier-Stokes Equations, Chinese Annals of Mathematics, Serie B, Vol 36, No. 5, pp. 883-894, 2015, Article

  11. Mathematical and numerical foundations of turbulence models and applications, (with T. Chacon), Birkhäuser's Modeling and Simulation in Science, Engineering and Technology series, Springer, New-York, 2014. ISBN 978-1-4939-0454-9 (519 pages), Book.

  12. Error estimates in Approximate Deconvolution Models (with A. Dunca), Comm. Math. Sc., Vol 12, No 4, pp. 757-778, 2014, Article

  13. A Variational Finite Element Model for Large-Eddy Simulations of Turbulent Flows (with T. Chacon), Chinese Annals of Mathematics Ser. B, Vol 34, No 5, 667-682, 2013. Article

  14. Convergence of approximate deconvolution models to the mean Magnetohydrodynamics Equations: Analysis of two models (with L. Berselli and D. Catania), Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, Vol. 401, 864-880, 2013, Article

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Current Ph D Students
  1. Dinh-Duong Nguyen ,
    Email : nguyendinhduong.math.khtn at
    Subject of the Thesis : Regular and non regular solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations in the whole space with an eddy viscosity
    Beginning of the thesis : October 2017.

  2. Benoit Pinier ,
    Email : benoit.pinier at
    Subject of the Thesis : Application of the theory of similarities in turbulence to the ocean-atmosphere interface
    Beginning of the thesis : October 2014. Thesis successfully defended Februar 12th, 2019.

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