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numerical analyst

Michel Francois Mallet, French numerical analyst. Achievements include contribution to the development of innovative numerical techniques to simulate high speed viscous compressible fluid flows; application of research to design of hypersonic reentry vehicles, most notably the European Space Plane. International Business Machines Corporation fellow, 1984, 85. Member Stanford Club of France.

Background

Mallet, Michel Francois was born on May 23, 1960 in Caen, France. Son of Albert Jean and Josette (Grange) Mallet.

Education

Ingenieur, Ponts et Chaussee, Paris, 1983. Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, 1985.

Career

Research affiliate Stanford University, 1985-1986. Research engineer, head branch numerical analysis aerodyns. Dassault Aviation, St. Cloud, France, since 1986.

Member steering committee GAMNI-Société de Mathématiques Appliquées et Industrielles, Paris, since 1990. Member organizing committee various international conferences.

Achievements

  • Achievements include contribution to the development of innovative numerical techniques to simulate high speed viscous compressible fluid flows. Application of research to design of hypersonic reentry vehicles, most notably the European Space Plane.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Stanford Club of France.

Connections

Married Francoise Caroline Moskowitz, March 19, 1988. Children: Sophie, Elizabeth, Vincent.

father:
Albert Jean Mallet

mother:
Josette (Grange) Mallet

spouse:
Francoise Caroline Moskowitz

children:
Elizabeth Mallet

Vincent Mallet

Sophie Mallet