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CFD PhD Defenses 2021

  1. RENARD Florian – Hybrid Lattice Boltzmann Method for Compressible Flows – March 19, 2021 (abstract)
  2. VEILLEUX Adèle – Extension of the spectral difference method to simplex cells and hybrid grids – March 24, 2021 (abstract)
  3. ESNAULT Soizic – Large Eddy Simulations of Heat Transfer within Aircraft Engine Acoustic Treatments – March 31, 2021 (abstract)
  4. THOMAS Martin – Combustor – turbine interactions: hot spot migration and thermal environment prediction for a better understanding and design of helicopter engines – May 28, 2021 (abstract)
  5. ASTOUL Thomas – Towards improved lattice Boltzmann aeroacoustic simulations with non-uniform grids: application to landing gears noise prediction, June 17, 2021 (Abstract)
  6. SCHUSTER Dominik -Large scale simulations of swirling and particle-laden flows using the Lattice-Boltzmann Method, July 13th, 2021 (Abstract)
  7. CAZÈRES Quentin – Analysis and reduction of chemical kinetics for combustion applications, July 13th, 2021 (Abstract)

CFD PhD Defenses 2020

  1. HARNIEH Maël –  Prediction of the loss generation in anisothermal compressible flows applied to Nozzle Guide Vane with the Large Eddy Simulations – january 12, 2020 (abstract)
  2. LAURENT Charlélie – Low-Order Modeling and High-Fidelity Simulations for the Prediction of Combustion Instabilities in Liquid-Rocket Engines and Gas Turbines – june 19, 2020 (abstract)
  3. QUEGUINEUR Matthieu – Stability and control of unsteady phenomena in rotor/stator cavities using Large Eddy Simulation – june 26, 2020 (abstract)
  4. Fabien DUPUY – Reduced Order Models and Large Eddy Simulation for Combustion Instabilities in aeronautical Gas Turbines – june 30, 2020 (abstract)
  5. GALLEN Lucien – Prediction of soot particles in Gas Turbine Combustors using Large Eddy Simulation – july 1st, 2020 (abstract)
  6. MALÉ Quentin – Numerical Investigation of Pre-Chamber Ignition in Internal Combustion Engines – december 11, 2020 (abstract)

CFD PhD Defenses 2019

  1. CAMPET Robin – Simulation and optimization of steam cracking processes – january 17, 2019 (abstract) (video)
  2. DUPUIS Romain – Surrogate models coupled with machine learning to approximate complex physical phenomena involving aerodynamic and aerothermal simulations. – february 4, 2019 (abstract) (video)
  3. GROSNICKEL Thomas – Large Eddy Simulations to predict internal turbine blade cooling flows – february 11, 2019 (abstract)
  4. MUSCAT Laurent – Coupling of time integration schemes for compressible unsteady flows – march 12, 2019 (abstract)(video)
  5. CATCHIRAYER Mathieu – WMLES, wall-model, boundary layer, turbulence, turbomachinery – march 27, 2019 (abstract)
  6. JONCQUIÈRES Valentin – Numerical model and simulation of Hall effect thrusters – april 12, 2019 (abstract)
  7. FIORE Maxime – Influence of inter-disc cavity flow on turbine aerodynamics – may 7, 2018 (abstract)
  8. ROY Pamphile – Uncertainty Quantification in High Dimensional Problem – may 14, 2019 (abstract)
  9. COLLIN-BASTIANI Félix – Modeling and Large-Eddy Simulations of Two-Phase Ignition in Gas Turbines – may 28, 2019 (abstract)
  10. ROCHETTE Bastien – Modelisation and simulation of two-phase flow turbulent combustion in aeronautical engines – june 25, 2019 (abstract)
  11. WISSOCQ Gauthier- Investigation of lattice Boltzmann methods for turbomachinery secondary air system simulations- december 4, 2019 (abstract) (video)

CFD PhD Defenses 2018

  1. FERAND Mélissa – Numerical modeling of far-field turbofan-engine combustion noise – february 6, 2018 (abstract)
  2. COREIXAS Christophe – High-order extension of the recursive regularized Lattice Boltzmann Method – february 22, 2018 (abstract)(video)
  3. DOUNIA Omar – Numerical investigation of gas explosion phenomena in confined and obstructed channels – april 23, 2018 (abstract)
  4. POTIER Luc – Large Eddy Simulation of the combustion and heat transfer in sub-critical rocket engines – may 24, 2018 (abstract)
  5. Dario MAESTRO –  Large Eddy Simulations of the interactions between flames and thermal phenomena: application to wall heat transfer and combustion control – september 27, 2018 (abstract)
  6. BIZZARI Romain – Aerodynamic and thermal modelling of effusion cooling in LES – november 5, 2018 (abstract) (video)

CFD PhD Defenses 2017

  1. MARINO Morgane – Comprehensive analysis of the Fenestron® aerodynamics using advanced numerical simulations – april 11, 2017  (abstract)
  2. NDIAYE Aïssatou – Uncertainty Quantification for the prediction of thermo-acoustic instabilities in gas turbine combustors – april 18, 2017 2017 (abstract)
  3. LACASSAGNE Laura – Numerical simulations and linear stability analysis of corner vortex shedding in solid rocket motors –  april 21, 2017 (abstract) (vidéo)
  4. NI Franchine – Accounting for complex flow-acoustic interactions in a 3D thermo-acoustic Helmholtz solver –  april 24, 2017 (abstract)
  5. VANHAREN Julien – High-order numerical methods for unsteady flows around complex geometries – may 16, 2017 (abstract)(video)
  6. SHUM KIVAN Francis – Large Eddy Simulation of spray flames and modelling of non-premixed combustion –  june 15, 2017(abstract)
  7. FELDEN Anne – Development of Analytically Reduced Chemistries (ARC) and applications in Large Eddy Simulations (LES) of turbulent combustion – june 30, 2017 (abstract)
  8. DAROUKH Majd – Effects of distortion on modern turbofan tonal noise – july 6, 2017 (abstract)(video)
  9. BECERRIL Cesar – Simulation of noise emitted by a reactive flow – september 19, 2017 (abstract) (video)
  10. SEGUI-TROTH Luis – Multi-physics coupled simulations of gas turbines – november 14, 2017 (abstract)(video)
  11. DUCHAINE Florent – High Performance Code Coupling for Multiphysics and Multicomponent Simulations In Fluid Dynamics – Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, november 27, 2017 (abstract)(video)
  12. BIOLCHINI Romain – Study of temperature effects on subsonic jet noise by Large Eddy Simulation – december 12, 2017 (abstract)(video)
  13. AILLAUD Pierre – Large Eddy Simulation for high-pressure turbine vane cooling systems – december 21, 2017 (abstract)(video)

CFD PhD Defenses 2016

  1. SADOUDI Yannis – Numerical simulation of Fan/Nacelle interaction under crosswind conditions – march 11, 2016 (abstract)
  2. LABARRÈRE Laure – Theoretical and numerical study of the isochore combustion  applied to the case of the thermoreacteur – march 21, 2016 (abstract)(video)
  3. LE BRAS Sophie – Wall modeling and non-conforming grid interfaces for computational aeroacoustics with a high-order numerical approach – march 24, 2016 (abstract)
  4. CAYOT Pierre – High order numerical schemes for Large-Eddy Simulation on unstructured grids – April 26, 2016 (abstract)
  5. JARAVEL Thomas – Prediction of pollutants in gas turbines using Large-Eddy Simulation – April 28,2016 (abstract)(video)
  6. BERGER Sandrine – Implementation of a coupled computational chain to the combustion chamber's heat transfer – June 20, 2016 (abstract)(video)
  7. MOURET Gaëlle – Adaptation of phase-lagged boundary conditions to Large-Eddy Simulation in turbomachinery configuration – June 30, 2016 (abstract)
  8. PÉREZ ARROYO Carlos – Large Eddy Simulations of a dual stream jet with shock-cells and noise emission analysis – november 2, 2016 (abstract)
  9. BRIDEL-BERTOMEU Thibault – Investigation of Unsteady Phenomena in Rotor/Stator Cavities Using Large Eddy Simulation – thèse soutenue le november 21, 2016 (abstract)

CFD  PhD Defenses 2015

  1. ESCLAPEZ Lucas –  Numerical study of ignition and inter-sector flame propagation in gasturbine –  may 22, 2015 (abstract)
  2. GHANI Abdulla – LES of self-excited transverse combustion instabilities in perfectly-premixed and swirling spray flames – september 17,  2015 (abstract)
  3. KOUPPER Charlie – Unsteady multi-component simulations dedicated to the impact of the combustion chamber on the turbine of aeronautical gas turbines – may 11, 2015 (abstract)
  4. LAPEYRE Corentin – Numerical study of flame stability, stabilization and noise in a swirl-stabilized combustor under choked conditions – september 18, 2015 (abstract)(video)
  5. LAHBIB Dorian – Aerothermal modeling of mutiperforated plate cooling for Large Eddy Simulations – december 17,2015 (abstract)
  6. LIVEBARDON Thomas – Modeling of combustion in helicopter engines – september 18, 2015 (abstract)
  7. MARI Raphaël – Influence of heat transfer on high pressure flame structure and stabilization in liquid rocket engines  – june 25, 2015 (abstract)(video)
  8. MISDARIIS Antony – Reduced kinetic schemes and thermal coupling for Large Eddy Simulations of knocking in piston engines – march 4, 2015 (abstract)(video)
  9. PAPADOGIANNIS Dimitrios – Coupled Large Eddy Simulations of combustion chamber-turbine interactions – may 6, 2015 (abstract)(video)
  10. PAULHIAC Damien – Modeling spray combustion in an aeronautical burner – april 30, 2015 (abstract)
  11. ZHU Manqi –  Large Eddy Simulation of thermal cracking in petroleum industry – may 5, 2015 (abstract)(video)

CFD PhD Defenses 2014

  1. GALLARD François – Aircraft shape optimization for mission performance – may 26, 2014 (video)
  2. BARRE David – Numerical simulation of ignition aeronautical combustion chambers – January 30, 2014 (video)
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Tribute to Françoise Chatelin

Brigitte Yzel |  23 July 2021

  Tribute to Françoise CHATELIN   Virtual & Face to Face event @ Cerfacs 14 October 2021, CERFACS, Toulouse (France) 2 pm - 6.30 pm   Cerfacs is organizing a half scientific day on Thursday October 14, 2021 in tribute to Françoise Chatelin who left us prematurely on May 14, 2020   After graduating from the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris (1960-63), and her PhD in Mathematics at Grenoble University (1971) , Françoise Chatelin led with worldwide recognition her research in many areas, from spectral theory for linear operators in Banach spaces and finite precision to Dickson algebras. Professor Chatelin taught at the Universities Grenoble 2 - Pierre Mendès-France and Paris 9 - Dauphine before moving to Toulouse in 1996. She became Emeritus Professor in 2015. She was a visiting researcher at Berkeley and Stanford Universities, IBM San Jose (Ca) and Yorktown Heights (NY). For almost a decade, she was a scientific manager in Industry (in charge of intensive computing) first at the Centre Scientifique IBM France in Paris (1985 -1992) and then in the Central Research Lab of Thales (known as Thomson-CSF at that time) near Paris (1992-95). Françoise Chatelin was Head of the Qualitative Computing group at the Centre Européen de Recherche et de Formation Avancée en Calcul Scientifique (Cerfacs) in Toulouse, France. Professor Chatelin has authored four books; the first three are now classic references available from SIAM. Her second book Valeurs Propres de Matrices (Masson, Paris, 1988) has received the IBM - France prize for « Best Scientific and technical publication 1988 ». Beyond her scientific contribution, Françoise Chatelin played a structuring role on research at CERFACS through multiple thesis on innovative topics. This event is devoted to the human and scientific tribute of her life. As a faithful image of the active and passionate woman that...Read more


CERFACS is involved in the NextSim project

CERFACS |  19 July 2021

The primary objective is to increase the capabilities of Computational Fluid Dynamics tools on extreme-scale parallel computing platforms for aeronautical design. The Kick-Off Meeting took place on 12 March 2021. This project has received funding from the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement N° 956104. The JU receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Spain, France, Germany. For more information, please visit  EuroHPC website : Project webpage :Read more

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