Association Technique Maritime et Aéronautique

Granting of the 2015 CEMT award

At the end of 2014, ATMA proposed as candidate for the CEMT award the D2S team (Structural Analysis Department) of DCNS Research, led by Mr Jean-François. Sigrist. This candidate was chosen by the CEMT at the meeting hold in April 2015.

On 24th of May 2016, Mr Trevor Blakeley, chairman of the CEMT, delivered officially the CEMT award to the D2S team, in DCNS premises of Nantes (Technocampus Ocean) in attendance of Mr Hervé Guillou, CEO of DCNS and Mr Régis Beaugrand, secretary of the ATMA board.

Within DCNS research, the Structural Analysis Department (D²S) is a contributor in the development and the validation of numerical methods for the simulation of fluid-structure interaction problems, with applications to naval shipbuilding.

Gathering 5 R&D Engineers with different fields of expertise, and complemented with 5 PhD Students, the team is involved in various scientific collaborations ; it aims at bridging the gap between fundamental research in the field of computational mechanics and industrial applications of innovative numerical methods for ship design.

 

At the end of 2014, ATMA proposed as candidate for the CEMT award the D2S team (Structural Analysis Department) of DCNS Research, led by Mr Jean-François. Sigrist. This candidate was chosen by the CEMT at the meeting hold in April 2015.

On 24th of May 2016, Mr Trevor Blakeley, chairman of the CEMT, delivered officially the CEMT award to the D2S team, in DCNS premises of Nantes (Technocampus Ocean) in attendance of Mr Hervé Guillou, CEO of DCNS and Mr Régis Beaugrand, secretary of the ATMA board.

Within DCNS research, the Structural Analysis Department (D²S) is a contributor in the development and the validation of numerical methods for the simulation of fluid-structure interaction problems, with applications to naval shipbuilding.

Gathering 5 R&D Engineers with different fields of expertise, and complemented with 5 PhD Students, the team is involved in various scientific collaborations ; it aims at bridging the gap between fundamental research in the field of computational mechanics and industrial applications of innovative numerical methods for ship design.

 

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