Membre du personnel

Jérôme DAQUIN

Facultés/Départements/Services
Département de mathématique
Entités de recherche
Namur Institute for Complex Systems (naXys)
 

Présentation

My expertise lies in the application of the mathematical and numerical tools and techniques of nonlinear dynamics to astrodynamics and space situational awareness. I approach this problem within the framework of dynamical system theory, from performing detailed mathematical modeling to carrying out large-scale simulations of the complex environment occupied by space debris and artificial satellites. It aims to contribute to make near-Earth space a sustainable ressource in the long-term. 

 

More informations regarding my papers can be found via my Google Scholar profile: just click here.

Prix

3. The article by J. Daquin, A.J Rosengren, E.M Alessi et al., The dynamical structure of the MEO region: long-term stability, chaos, and transport, CMDA (2016) featured in Nature 561, 24 − 26 (2018) (doi: 10.1038/d41586-018-06170-1), The quest to conquer Earth’s space junk problem by Alexandra Witze.

2. The article by J. Daquin, A.J Rosengren, E.M Alessi et al., The dynamical structure of the MEO region: long-term stability, chaos, and transport, CMDA (2016) awarded during the CELMEC VII conference for the best original research paper on Celestial Mechanics and Astrodynamics. Prize awarded under the auspices of the Gruppo Nazionale di Fisica Matematica / INdAM and Societa’ Italiana di Meccanica Celeste e Astrodinamica (SIMCA).

1. The article by J. Daquin, A.J Rosengren, E.M Alessi et al., The dynamical structure of the MEO region: long-term stability, chaos, and transport, CMDA (2016) nominated by Springer-Nature as one of the ‘180 groundbreaking articles that could help change the world!’ for ‘A fundamental contribution to understanding the background of complex resonances and chaotic motion in the space occupied by the orbits of Global Navigation Satellites.’

 

Domaines d'expertises

Dynamical systems - Space Debris - Satellite - Chaos - Resonance

Diplômes

2015: PhD thesis, Observatoire de Paris, France.

2012: Master Degree 2, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Observatoire de Paris, France.

2011: Master Degree 2, Mathematics, University of Lille 1, France.