Mohamed Moussa EL IDI obtained the Engineer degree in Energy Engineering in 2017, and a Ph.D. in Engineering Science in 2020, from the University of Paris- Est, Champs-sur-Marne, France. He worked for one year as temporary teaching researcher assistant at Gustave Eiffel University. He is currently professor- researcher at ECAM Lyon, where he teaches Applied Thermodynamics, Fuel cells and various energy related topics. His research activities focus on materials for energy storage, numerical simulation and modelling of phase change (melting& solidification) process of PCM embedded in porous media and thermal management of Fuel cells and Li ion batteries.
PhD in Energy, Fluid mechanics and Acoustics
R&D and Professional experience
Had 4 years of professional experience in R&D in medical applied engineering, and energy engineering (LabTau & CREATIS laboratories, INSERM U 1032 & U1206, Lyon).
Had a 2 year-experience in Energy engineering domain, namely; within the Tunisian Company of Electricity and Gas (STEG) in projects related to energy efficiency and the optimization of the thermal station performance, within the ANME (National Energy Management Agency) and in a company of renewable energy systems with responsibilities of consulting and management of renewable energy projects.
Teaching experience and fields of expertise: Instrumentation, Numerical modeling and CFD, Fluid mechanics, Signal processing, Acoustics, Applied thermodynamics, HVAC, and Carbone footprint.
Key words: Fluid mechanics, Acoustics, CFD, Energy efficiency, Energy transition, Programming, CAD
Michael is one of the International Coordinators at ECAM Lyon. Originally from Iowa in the United States, he completed his Bachelor’s and Master’s in Applied Foreign Languages from the University of Lyon 3. At ECAM Lyon, Michael is in charge of international students, incoming exchange programs, outgoing double-degree students, and short summer programs.
Aurélien Etiemble completed his PhD at the National Institute of Scientific Research (Montréal, Canada) and the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon (France) on the development and characterization of materials for electrochemical batteries. Afterward, he spent three years as a postdoctoral researcher, at MATEIS laboratory (Lyon) and Institut Jean Lamour (Nancy), focused on materials for energy storage devices and biomaterials. He is currently a Lecturer-Researcher in the Materials and Structures department at ECAM Lyon and is in charge of courses and projects for students in materials science and engineering.
Dr. Christophe JOUVE is a Lecturer-Researcher in the Automation & Electrical Engineering Department at ECAM Lyon and specializes in Electronics and Microcontrollers. He is in charge of courses in Electronics, Microcontrollers and Electric Motors practices and liaises with industrial partners on Electronic projects for students.