Head of Electrical Architecture, Modeling & Analysis Department, CEA-Liten
✦ Modeling, simulation and digital twins in the development of new energy technologies
Thursday December, 1st – 15:40
Dr. Didier Jamet graduated from the Ecole Centrale Paris in 1994 in Thermal Sciences. After his PhD, and a Post-doc at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (Theoretical Division), he worked as a research-engineer at the Nuclear Energy Directorate of CEA for more than 10 years. He worked mainly on the physical modeling and numerical simulation of moving interface problems and on the modeling of transport phenomena in porous media. He then became responsible of all the thermal-hydraulics simulation codes developed at the Nuclear Energy Directorate, including the French nuclear safety code, and of the corresponding experimental validation programs. He joined CEA-Liten in 2014 where he is now the head of the electrical Architecture, Modeling and Analysis Department where is developed, in particular, the MUSES platform: a multi-physics and multi-scale characterization and modeling approach dedicated to batteries and PEM fuel cells.