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Laboratory for applied mechanical and electrical engineering sciences (SIAME)

Laboratory

siame.contact @ univ-pau.fr

Director

Stéphane ABADIE

 stephane.abadie @ univ-pau.fr

 

Assistant director

Laurent PECASTAING

   laurent.pecastaing @ univ-pau.fr

 

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Presentation of the SIAMELaboratory for applied sciences in mechanics and electrical engineering

The SIAME laboratory is a resident research team of the University of Pau and the Pays de l'Adour whose research is carried out in the field of Engineering Sciences.

The unit is structured in 4 teams:

- Complex and energetic flows (EE),

- Geomaterials and structures for civil engineering (GS),

- Wave / Structure Interaction (IVS),

- High Voltage Processes (PHT).

The research is based on experimental expertise, modelling and numerical simulations.

The laboratory is a member of the research federations IPRA and MIRA, of the Carnot ISIFOR Institute.

One of the Laboratory's major assets is its long-standing partnership activity, which is reflected in the participation of teams in three joint research laboratories (SAGE, KOSTARISK and UPPA - Nobatek/INEF4).

The research themes developed within the SIAME laboratory are in line with 2 of the 4 main research fields structuring the research at the level of the institution, notably through membership of these 2 federations:

  • Field 1: Energy and Territories. The laboratory contributes to field 1 through the thermophysical characterization of materials associated with the storage of thermal energy and the optimization of sustainable energy systems (EE Team) and the implementation of devices for the conversion of electrical energy into high frequency and high power (PHT Team),
  • Field 2: Ecosystems, biodiversity and secure development. In this field, the research developed at SIAME concerns the control of coastal risks (IVS Team) and the development of bio-based and geosourced construction eco-materials, technical-environmental optimization (GS Team).

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International Recognition

Two young researchers of the PHT team have recently been awarded prizes at international conferences.

Mawuena Rémi DEGNON, PhD student, is one of the three winners of the "Outstanding Young researcher Award" during the EAPPC-BEAMS-MEGAGAUSS 2021 Conferences organized by the PHT team in Biarritz (France) in September.

The following week, Anton GUSEV, holder of the E2S/UPPA Junior Chair entitled S2P2, also received an Award at the Gas Discharges, Plasmas and their Applications Conference in Ekaterinburg, Russia.