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I havee always had a great fondness for mathematics. Geometry, algebra are the two branches of mathematics which I was first initiated. Algebra is the branch that attracted me the most, but in my studies I had the opportunity and the chance to discover applied mathematics through the mechanics of continuous media. So, I naturally turned to mathematics for applied fluid mechanics, Maxwell's electromagnetic equations, parallel programming, networking methods all through the wavelet then the equations governing the mechanics of elastic solids, which led me to validate two DEA One at the University of Orsay under the direction of Temam and a second DEA Solid Mechanics from the University of Paris VI. I did my thesis on asymptotic hyperbolic thin inhibited shells. After a post-doct on image processing in CYCERON, I finally become a lecturer in mechanical engineering at the University of Caen in the LMNO (laboratory mathematical Nicolas Oresme), where I teach shell theory, mathematics, solid mechanics, methods asymptotic homogenization and C + + for mechanics.