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Newly selected NUMERICS PhD projects (2021 session)


Congratulations to the selected fellows!
Published on 13 July 2021
 
(in chronological order of receipt of the application file)
1. Artificial intelligence to simulate big data and search for the Higgs boson decay to a pair of muons with the Atlas experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (IRFU Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Peter FITZHUGH (United Kingdom)
2. Deep learning to discover rare complex signals with the Atlas experiment at the LHC (IRFU Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Alberto CARNELLI (Italy)
3. Multiscale modeling of spin-orbitronic phenomena at metal, oxide, and 2D material interfaces for spintronic devices (IRIG Institute, CEA/Grenoble). Libor VOJACEK (Czech Republic)
4. Prediction of PEM water electrolyzer lifetime by multi-physics modeling (LITEN Institute, CEA/Grenoble). Oussama ELHOUITI (Algeria)
5. Study of reaction mechanisms for the synthesis of super-heavy elements (IRFU Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Hope DONGLO (Ghana)
6. Pushing ab initio calculations of atomic nuclei to higher precision (IRFU Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Alberto SCALESI (Italy)
7. Modelling and simulation of the self-assembly of nanoparticles under an external magnetic field (IRAMIS Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Nathalie SAOULI (Lebanon)
8. Turbulence - neutrals interaction and its impact on density regimes in the edge plasma of tokamaks (IRFM Institute, CEA/Cadarache). Virginia QUADRI (Italy)
9. Advanced and artificial intelligence techniques to mitigate linear and non-linear imperfections in future circular colliders (IRFU Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Jaroslaw SZUMEGA (Poland)
10. A numerical approach to understanding rates of ice sheet build-up during the Quaternary (LSCE Institute, CEA/Paris-Saclay). Thi Khanh Dieu HOANG (Vietnam)

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