Dr. Pierre-Olivier Logerais
UPEC University Paris-Est Créteil, Lieusaint, France
Pierre-Olivier LOGERAIS is an Associate Professor in Energy Systems at the University Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC, France). He graduated with honors his State PhD (HDR) on the studies and the optimization of energy and mass transfers by modeling approaches in December 2016. After earning his PhD thesis on the radiative study of a Rapid Thermal System in 2007 and onwardly achieving a post-doctoral position on convective diffusion both at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers (ENSAM) in Angers (France), he was appointed as a Senior Lecturer in September 2009 at the IUT of Sénart-Fontainebleau (UPEC, France) where he has been animating his research activities in the «Optimization of Sustainable Energy Systems » (OSED) team of the CERTES laboratory since then. His major topic deals with photovoltaic systems and the impact of aging on them by variant modeling approaches with multifarious collaborations and doctoral supervisions. In parallel, he has been contributing since 2011 with his modeling skills to the completion of various collaborative projects on investigations related to energy systems such as wind turbines or convective-diffusion flows (Taylor diffusion, reanalysis, critical point). Over forty of his authored and co-authored articles are visible in international journals.