Who I am
Until september 2018, I worked as a postdoc at the Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Science at Radboud university. Until september 2017, I was a postdoc and university assistant in the group of Gravitational Physics of the Faculty of Physics of the University of Vienna, led by Piotr T. Chruściel.
I have also worked in the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics  Albert Einstein institute under the supervision of Lars Andersson.
I have defended my PhD in Mathematics in june 2010 in the Laboratoire de Mathématiques de Bretagne Atlantique under the supervision of JeanPhilippe Nicolas.
I am qualified as a teacher in France (as Agrégé de Mathématiques). I gained experience as a T.A. in l'Université de Brest and as university assistant at th university of Vienna. I taught the introduction to relativity of the Jürgen Ehlers spring school at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics  Albert Einstein institute three times. I received a the 2016/2017 teaching award (click here for the translated version in English) at the faculty of Physics of the University of Vienna (see also some teaching evaluations).
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Research Interests
Keywords: linear and nonlinear wave equations, geometric transport equation, higher spin fields, vector fields methods, asymptotic behavior of fields.
Current Work: With David Fajman and Jacques Smulevici , we are currently developing a method similar to the vector fields method for the transport equation to tackle the problem of the stability of the Minkowski spacetime as a solution to the EinsteinVlasov system. The basis of the vector field methods has been presented here, for the linear transport equations on Minkowski spacetime and the VlasovNordtröm system.
I am also discussing with Pieter Blue an extension of this vector fields method for the massless transport equations to black hole spacetimes.
(Pre) Publications

In preparation (soon on the ArXiv)
 With Maximillian Thaller, and Juan Antonio Valiente Kroon; the conformal Einstein field equations with massless Vlasov matter.
 Hörmander's method for the characteristic problem and conformal scattering
 With Lars Andersson, Claudio Paganini, Marius Oancea; something something something.

Online
 Peter Eigenschink, David Fajman , and Jérémie Joudioux; Phys. Rev. D 98, 044002 – Published 1 August 2018
 With David Fajman , and Jacques Smulevici ; The stability of the Minkowski spacetime for the EinsteinVlasov system; July 17 ; ArXiv version
 David Fajman , Jérémie Joudioux, Jacques Smulevici ; Sharp asymptotics for small data solutions of the VlasovNordström system in three dimensions, April 2017; ArXiv version; submitted to Ann. Inst. H. Poincaré (Anal. Non Linéaire).
 Lars Andersson, Pieter Blue, Jérémie Joudioux; Hidden symmetries and decay for the Vlasov equation on the Kerr spacetime, Comm. P.D.E (2018) ; ArXiv version.
 Jérémie Joudioux; Gluing for the constraints for higher spin fields, April 2017; Arxiv version; J. Math. Phys. 58 (11).
 David Fajman , Jérémie Joudioux, Jacques Smulevici ; A vectorfield method for relativistic transport equations with applications. Analysis & PDE 107 (2017), 15391612. DOI 10.2140/apde.2017.10.1539; ArXiv version, 2015.
 Lars Andersson, Thomas Bäckdahl, Jérémie Joudioux; Hertz potentials and asymptotic properties of massless fields. Comm. Math. Phys. 331 (2014), no. 2, 755–803; ArXiv version.
 Jérémie Joudioux; Conformal scattering for a nonlinear wave equation. J. Hyperbolic Differ. Equ. 9 (2012), no. 1, 1–65; ArXiv version.
 Jérémie Joudioux; Integral formula for the characteristic Cauchy problem on a curved background. J. Math. Pures Appl. (9) 95 (2011), no. 2, 151–193; ArXiv version.
 Problème de Cauchy caractéristique et scattering conforme en relativité générale , thesis in Mathematics, defended in june 2010.
Past and present collaborations
Talks, downloads and links
 Talk on the Minkowski stability for the EinsteinVlasov system
 Talk on Morawetz estimates for massless Vlasov fields
 Talk on the vector fields methods for the transport operator
 ESI workshop: Geometric Transport Equations in General Relativity; Feb. 2017
 Gap Seminar
 ANR Grant: Asymptotic Analysis in General Relativity