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mathematics professor , researcher

Jean Batina, Congolese mathematics professor, researcher. Achievements include development of breakthroughs in heat transfer enhancement related to pulsed flows. Recipient Educational Honors award, Foreman of Board Examiners. Finance doner Red Cross, 2005, Cancer Foundation, 2005; Fellow: French Applied Mathematics Society, French Thermal Science Society.

Background

Batina, Jean was born on March 14, 1953 in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. Arrived in France, 1971, naturalized, 1986. Son of Antoine and Martine (Kembi) Filankembo.

Education

Bachelor, Lycee Technique, Congo, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Mathematics, Orleans University, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy in Physics magna cum laude, Pau University, 1995.

Career

Senior instructor Science Unit, since 1984. Senior researcher, computational fluid dynamics and associated heat and mass transfer Pau University, since 1986. Professor, mathematics for science engineering Pau Polytechnic University, since 1986.

Computer monitor Orleans University, 1977—1981, associate professor, applied mathematics & economic science, 1979—1980, associate professor, applied mathematics, 1979—1982, 1986—1987, associate professor, applied mathematics & polytechnic, 1985—1986. Associate professor, applied mathematics Mechanical Engineering School Nantes University, 1982—1985.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of breakthroughs in heat transfer enhancement related to pulsed flows.

Membership

Finance doner Red Cross, 2005, Cancer Foundation, 2005. Fellow: French Applied Mathematics Society, French Thermal Science Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Running, gardening.

Connections

Married Chantal Pinguet, September 29, 1984. Children: Hélène, Jérémie, Aline.

father:
Antoine Filankembo

mother:
Martine (Kembi) Filankembo

spouse:
Chantal Pinguet

children:
Hélène Batina

Aline Batina

Jérémie Batina