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Newly selected NUMERICS PhD projects (2020 session)


Congratulations to the selected fellows!
Published on 7 July 2020
 
(in chronological order of receipt of the application file)
1. Multi-scale modelling approach of a steam storage with Phase Change Materials integrated into a thermal process (LITEN Institute, CEA/Grenoble). Teddy CHEDID (Lebanon)
2. Computational integration and modelling of DNA repair kinetics in eukaryotes (JOLIOT Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Leo ZEITLER (Germany)
3. Pushing ab-initio calculations of atomic nuclei throughout the nuclear chart (IRFU Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Andrea PORRO (Italy)
4. Development of AI methods for deep learning of the MRI signature of the cortex cytoarchitecture with diffusion MRI (JOLIOT Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Anas BACHIRI (Morocco)
5. Intercalation in graphite materials (IRIG Institute, CEA/Grenoble). Samuel OBADERO (Nigeria)
6. Study of a numerical scheme to solve the neutron transport equation based on the PN method and discontinuous finite element method with unstructured and curvilinear 3D meshes (ISAS Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Kenneth ASSOGBA (Benin)
7. Scalar field scenarios for dark matter (IPhT Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Raquel GALAZO GARCIA (Spain)
8. Numerical calculation and simulation methods for the analysis and control of the stability of electrical networks with a high rate of renewable energy - validation by real-time simulation (LITEN Institute, CEA/Grenoble). Hung Cuong NGUYEN (Vietnam)
9. Numerical analysis of coherent, chimera and chaotic states within networks of dynamically coupled spin torque nano-oscillators for wireless communication and machine learning applications (IRIG Institute, CEA/Grenoble). Mateo IBARRA GOMEZ (Colombia)
10. From spectra to total energies: a new approach to calculate the electronic ground state (IRAMIS Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Abdallah EL SAHILI (Lebanon)
11. Deep learning for the joint optimization of accelerated sampling and reconstruction schemes for high-resolution brain MRI at 7 and 11.7 Tesla. (JOLIOT Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Chaithya GILIYAR RADHAKRISHNA (India) 
12. A local multiphase approach for the MCCI modelling and simulation using MPS and VOF methods (IRESNE Institute, CEA/Cadarache). Takanari FUKUDA (Japan) 
13. Multiscale modelling of diffusion in fast-lithium ion solid-state electrolytes (IRAMIS Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Mahmoud ATTIA (Egypt)
14. Antimatter, hypernuclei: need to know the antiproton-nucleus interaction (IRFU Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Demid ZHARENOV (Russia)
15. Use of artificial intelligence dor event reconstruction and data analysis in the Compact Muon Solenoid experiment at LHC (IRFU Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Polina SIMKINA (Russia)
16. Resistance level modulation in PCM memory for neuromorphic applications (LETI Institute, CEA/Grenoble). Ahmed TRABELSI (Tunisia)
17. Atomic-scale modelling of glass/crystal electrolyte materials for solid state batteries (ISAS Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Botagoz ZHAKISHEVA (Kazakhstan)
18. Machine learning methods for non-stationary systems: applications to climate simulations (LSCE Laboratory, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Vaishnavi BORSE (India)
19. Electronic excitations of borophene: novel graphical tool for the electron density (IRAMIS Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Alam OSORIO DELGADILLO (Mexico)
20. Mapping brain development in the newborn: analyses of large database in multi-modal and multi-scale imaging and modelling (IRFU Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Andrea GONDOVA (Slovakia)
21. The neutrino nature through the analysis of double-beta decays of Xenon-136 in the PandaX-III experiment (IRFU Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Andrii LOBASENKO (Ukraine)

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