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Ongoing NUMERICS PhD projects (2018 & 2019 sessions)

Congratulations to the selected fellows!
Published on 21 October 2019

​Ongoing projects (2018-2021)

​​A- Fundamental research, physical and life sciences:

1. Data-driven model-learning for suspensions of micro-swimmers (IRAMIS Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay)
2. Magnetic Resonance Image reconstruction from highly under-sampled data in high resolution anatomical and functional imaging at 7 and 11.7 Tesla (NeuroSpin Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay)
3. Theoretical description of non-linear processes in magnetic materials (IRAMIS Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay)

​B- Technological research, material sciences:

4. Interplay between chemical configuration, magnetism and defects in Fe-Ni-Cr alloys : an ab initio study (DMN Department, CEA/Paris-Saclay)
5. Multiscale modelling of segregation and diffusion in Fe-Cr-Ni alloys under irradiation (DMN Department, CEA/Paris-Saclay)
6. Universal neural network force-fields for materials design (LITEN Institute, CEA/Grenoble)

Ongoing projects (2019-2022)

1. Atomic-scale modeling of diffusion in concentrated alloys (DMN Department, CEA/Paris-Saclay)
2. 3D thermomechanical modeling of printed circuit boards (DPLORR, CEA/Grenoble)
3. Numerical and experimental studies of a combined cooling and power cycle (LITEN Institute, CEA/Grenoble)
4. Numerical methods for a personalized autonomous transcutaneous gas monitoring device (LETI institute, CEA/Grenoble)
 5. Machine learning based simulation of realistic signals for an enhanced automatic diagnostic in non-destructive testing applications (LIST Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay)
6. Methodology development for lifetime prediction of batteries for transportation to improve the durability simulation (LITEN Institute, CEA/Grenoble)
7. Artificial intelligence for real-time decoding of motor commands from ECoG of disabled subjects for chronic brain computer interfacing (CLINATEC, CEA/Grenoble)
8. Numerical schemes for modelling the interplay between edge and core turbulent transport in tokamak plasmas (IRFM Institute, CEA/Cadarache)
9. Artificial intelligence for a gamma-detector for high resolution PET imaging (IRFU Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay)
10. Smart data analytics workflows for high performance simulations (MdS, CEA/Paris-Saclay)
11. Exploring the functional role of neural oscillations in temporal processing (JOLIOT Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay)
12. Ultra relativistic plasmonic (IRAMIS Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay)
13. Estimating methane sources and sinks in the Arctic using atmospheric data assimilation (LSCE Laboratory, CEA/Paris-Saclay)
14. Modelling of the pulsating heat pipe (IRAMIS Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay)

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