Bathed in the warm clarity of the summer sun in Provence, Alexandre Pieri get his PhD in Fluid Dynamics from Ecole Centrale de Lyon in 2012. Originally interested in numerical methods for PDEs, he then evolved toward computational fluid dynamics. Since his PhD, he focused on several fields of study from turbulence to geophysical fluid dynamics and climate. More recently his research at POLITO dealt with crowd dynamics. Now working for the automotive industry.

He intensively keeps working on so the called "picon-lemon-curaçao" problem (a.k.a Pagnol's four-third law), first established by Marcel Pagnol in 1929.


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