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From research to industry: Adrien Loseille recognised for his collaboration with LEMMA

On 18 October 2018, on the occasion of the 'Rendez-vous Carnot' meetings, the Federation of Electrical, Electronic and Communication Industries (FIEEC) presented the FIEEC Applied Research awards. This year, the second prize was awarded to Adrien Loseille, researcher within the Gamma3 team, for his work on adaptive meshing in collaboration with the SME LEMMA.

The FIEEC Applied Research awards recognise academic researchers who are involved in the knowledge and expertise transfer process between the academic and business worlds.  

The FIEEC awards were founded by members of industry keen to see small- and medium-sized companies collaborate with public research. Upscaling these companies, increasing turnover, safeguarding of - and increasing - jobs: these are the goals that the creators of the FIEEC awards aim for.

The award received by Adrien Loseille crowns a collaboration that began in 2013 with LEMMA, which uses adaptive meshing technologies developed within the Gamma3 research team and, more specifically, adaptive meshing for the high-fidelity prediction of complex phenomena that can be used, for example, in the oil, space or aeronautics fields. For Adrien Loseille:

This collaboration is very enriching since it highlights many research issues, making it possible to remove technological barriers we had not been faced with up until then. It is a great human and scientific adventure, and one which is just beginning!

Keywords: Adrien Loseille Maillage Prix FIEEC Gamma3 Institut Carnot