Luca Nenna

Université Paris-Dauphine
Place du Maréchal De Lattre De Tassigny , 75775 Paris Cedex 16, France
Office B223


Hello! Welcome to my website!
I am a CNRS post-doc under the supervision of
Mathieu Lewin at University Paris-Dauphine and a member of CEREMADE laboratory.

I completed my Ph.D. under the supervision of Jean-David Benamou and Guillaume Carlier. Here you can find my Ph.D. Dissertation.

My research interests lie at the intersection of Optimal Transport, Mathematical Physics and Mathematical Economics. Click here for my Google Scholar profile.

  • I have been awarded a Young Researcher 2017 prize by Fondation Paris Dauphine for my Ph.D. thesis.

  • 09/07-30/07 I was in Edmonton to work with Brendan Pass.
  • 31/07-04/08 I was in Montréal to work with Maxime Laborde.
  • 28/08-01/09 I  participated in the  workshop  Mean Field Games at IPAM, Los Angeles. 
  • 13/11-14/11 I will participate in PGMO days (talk in the session on Mean Field Games)

Below an application of the Multi-Marginal transport to Euler equations

Generalized solution to incompressible Euler Equations (à la Brenier) in 2D ‎‎(Beltrami flow)‎‎

Computed with the Entropic regularization approach described in [1] (see Research)