• Nasreddine, Elissar

    Dr. Nasreddine, Elissar


    Dr. Nasreddine, lecturer in Mathematics at Rafik Hariri University, College of Science & Information Systems and associate professor in Lebanese university, faculty of sciences 1, and faculty of Technonology. She obtained a Ph.D. in applied mathematics from the University of Toulouse III-Paul Sabatier, France. Ever since 2010, she’s been teaching different courses in Mathematics at the university oh Toulouse III (2010 - 2013), Arts, Sciences and Technology University (2013-2015), Lebanese University (2013 till present) and Rafik Hariri University-Lebanon (2014 till present). The taught courses covered a wide range of topics, including, but not limited to: Complex Analysis, Measure Theory, Fourier Analysis, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Discrete Math, Probability, Ordinary Differential Equations, Topology, Partial Differential Equations, Real analysis, Affine Geometry.


     Her main research interests are Partial Differential Equations. Dr. Nasreddine has 10 publications in different International Journals such as JMAA, ESAIM , DCDS, MMAS, KRM, JMP, MJN, Asym Anal, International journal.



    • D. degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Toulouse III, Paul Sabatier, France, 2013
    • Sc. degree in Applied Mathematics, from the University of Toulouse III, France, 2010
    • Sc. degree in Applied Mathematics from the Lebanese University, Faculty of Science (Branch I), Beirut, Lebanon, 2009



    • Biomath
    • Individual clustering
    • Elliptic Equations
    • Plasma Physics
    • Parabolic-elliptic system
    • Chemotaxis



    • Recipient of the French Ministry of Research and Education Scholarship for distinguished students, 2010



    • Nasreddine, Well posedness for a model of individual clustering. J. DCDS-B. Vol 18 (2013) 2647-2668.
    • Nasreddine, Two-dimentional model of individual clustering. J. DCDS-S. Vol 7 (2014), no 2, 307-316.
    • Nasreddine, A model of individual clustering with a vanishing diffusion. J. Asym. Anal.Vol 88 (2014), no 1, 93-110.
    • Nasreddine, Global existence of solutions to a parbolic-elliptic chemotaxis system with a critical degenerate diffusion. J. Math. Analy. App. Vol 417(2014), 144-163
    • Nasreddine and M. Puel, Diffusion limit for Fokker Planck equation equation with heavy tail equilibrium. J. ESAIM, Math. Mod. Num. Anal, M2AN 49 (2015), 1-17.
    • Nasreddine and H. Ibrahim, Existence of semilinear elliptic equations with prescribed limiting behavior. Math. Meth. App. Sci. 39, (2016) ,4129-4138.
    • Nasreddine and H. Ibrahim, Traveling waves for a model of individual clustring with logistic growth rate, Journal of Mathematical Physics 58, 081505 (2017).
    • Nasreddine and H. Ibrahim, On the existence of nonautonomous ODE with application with application to semilinear elliptic equations , E. Mediterr. J. Math. (2018) 15:64. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00009-018-1112-1.
    • Cattiaux, E. Nasreddine and M. Puel, Diffusion limit of Fokker-Planck equation with heavy tails equilibria: A probabilistic approach including anomalous rate. KRM. Vol. 12, Nb 4, August (2019), 727-748. 
    • · E. Nasreddine , H. Ibrahim, H. Jebawi, Radial and asymptotically constant solutions for nonautonomous elliptic equations. Applicable Analysis, DOI. 10.1080/00036811.2020.1712368 (2020).