Patrick

Patrick NAMY

Founder and CEO
 

Patrick is an Engineer (ENSIMAG 2001) and received his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics in 2004 from University Joseph Fourier. His thesis was about modeling living systems, for which he received an award.
He founded SIMTEC in 2006. He is passionate about mathematical and computer science applications to physics. He particularly appreciates transmitting his knowledge to SIMTEC clients in order to help them become self-sufficient users of COMSOL Multiphysics®.
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Vincent

Vincent BRUYÈRE

CTO
  Vincent received his PhD in mechanical engineering from the National Institute of Applied Science (Lyon), with a research topic related to lubricated contacts. Following a post-doctoral position at the Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies Commission (CEA), Vincent now works at SIMTEC as a modeling engineer. He develops numerical models applied predominantly to fluid dynamics as well as to thermal and electromagnetic applications.
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Jean-Marc

Jean-Marc DEDULLE

Head of Electromagnetism Modeling Dept.
 

Jean-Marc is an Associate Professor at Grenoble INP in Phelma, laboratory LMGP. He works part-time for SIMTEC. During his PhD in 1989, he worked on anisotropic effects and on saturation in 3D in magnetic transformer circuits. He continues to improve upon his numerical expertise through his various professional experiences (R&D Engineer at DT2I, founder and owner/manager of IRIS TECHNOLOGIES…). After SIMTEC bought IRIS TECHNOLOGIES, Jean-Marc joined us bringing his expertise in electromagnetism and electrotechnics.
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Jean-David

Jean-David WHEELER

Head of App Dept.
 

During his mechanical engineering studies at the INSA de Lyon, Jean-David contributed to the development of a multi-scale modeling method. After this, he studied thermal and rheological effects in lubricated contacts from a numerical and experimental point of view. It is for this work that he obtained his PhD in Mechanics. Then he joined SIMTEC and now develops numerical models which include Heat Transfers and Electromagnetism. Jean-David is an expert in developing apps that enable users to make the most of high-tech numerical models in a short space of time.
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Sergey

Sergey SEMENOV

CFD / Heat Transfer
 
 
Sergey has obtained his diploma in physics in 2006 in Russia and has defended his PhD thesis on modelling of droplets evaporation in 2012 at Loughborough University in UK (European FP7 project MULTIFLOW). He has an extended background in modelling of thermocapillary phenomena ; evaporation-driven thermo-convective instabilities ; hydrodynamics of multiphase systems with capillary phenomena at interfaces and multiscale modelling of alloys solidification (MICAST project). In 2020 Sergey has joined SIMTEC, bringing his expertise in modelling of transport phenomena..
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Raphaël

Raphaël BAYLE

Two-phase CFD/ Heat Transfer

 

 

 
Graduated from the engineering school Grenoble INP – ENSIMAG in 2016, Raphaël has obtained a PhD degree in 2020 after working on the modelling of phase changes in PCM (Phase Change Memory) using the multiphase field method. During this work, carried out in collaboration with the company STMicroelectronics, CEA Leti and the laboratory PMC from Ecole Polytechnique, he develops skills about the physics related to phase changes and segregation effect in alloys.
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Frédéric

Frédéric VIRY

Multi-scale modelling

 
Frédéric graduated from ENSIMAG in 2018. He was intern at SIMTEC to complete his courses in modelling. Then, he developed numerical methods to optimize the shape of flexible blades in precision mechanisms, during his final year internship at CSEM in Switzerland. Once he obtained his degree, he worked as engineer at CERFACS in Toulouse, where he developed performant post-treatments for turbomachine computations, and then at EDF labs, where he studied and developed simulation and optimization tools in river hydraulics. With these experiences, he comes back at SIMTEC to develop multi-scale modelling methods, bringing his mathematical modelling and programming skills.
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