Since January 2022, I am F.R.S.FNRS Research Associate at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, on leave from my previous CNRS position at the Université ParisSaclay. For the past two years, I have also been Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of California, Los Angeles.
My main scientific interests concern the role of microstructural disorder in equations of mathematical physics, and in particular the emergence of new physical effects due to disorder. In this setting, I aim at deriving effective equations and phenomenological laws of continuum physics rigorously from atomistic models, in the tradition of Hilbert's Sixth Problem. From a mathematical perspective, my research combines the analysis of partial differential equations with tools from probability theory: a common thread is how the analysis of partial differential equations with a disordered component can be usefully combined with stochastic differential calculus. My main contributions are in the fields of stochastic homogenization and meanfield theory.
Contact details (primary) Département de Mathémathique, CP 214 Université Libre de Bruxelles Boulevard du Triomphe 1050 Bruxelles, Belgium Office: NO, 7th floor, room 2NO7.202 Phone: +32 2 650 58 70 
Email
t) ulb.bemitia.duerinckx (a t) cnrs.frmitia.duerinckx (a t) math.ucla.edumduerinc (a 

(secondary) UCLA Mathematics Department University of California Los Angeles Box 951555 Los Angeles, CA 900951555 Office: MS Building, room MS 5360 
(ternary) Département de Mathématiques, bât. 307 Faculté des Sciences d'Orsay Université ParisSaclay F91405 Orsay Cedex, France Office: bât. 307, 2nd floor, room 2H1 Phone: +33 1 69 15 49 06 