Xavier Rixhon

Xavier Rixhon followed the double degree program TIME. This allowed him to be graduated as electro-mechanical/energy engineer from UCLouvain and aerospace engineer from ISAE Supaero, in Toulouse. After more than two years as design engineer in the lubrication equipment department at Safran Aero Boosters, Xavier decided to shift his career...

Alessandro Parente (ULB) is Professor of Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics and Combustion  at the Aero-Thermo-Mechanical Department. He got his Master Degree in Chemical Engineering at the Università di Pisa in 2005. He then carried out a PhD at the same University in collaboration with the University of Utah, where he served...

Axel Coussement

Axel Coussement (ULB) has a PhD Degree from the ULB and CentraleSupelec (France), he was a research fellow at the IFP-EN in Paris, focusing on HCCI engine control and then at CentraleSupelec, developing combustion models for rocket engines in a collaborative research project with ESA, CNES and JAXA. He is...

Julien Blondeau

Julien Blondeau (VUB) is active in experimental combustion, with a focus on solid fuels. His industrial background makes him sensitive to operational issues and pollutant emission control. Through a combination of pilot and full-scale testing, he and his team aim at ensuring that theoretical and numerical models are fed with...

Lieven Vandevelde (UGENT) is professor and coordinates the research on electric power systems at the Electrical Energy Laboratory (EELAB). In this research, renewable energy and its integration in electric power systems play a prominent role. Since mid 2011, he is director of Power-Link, which focuses on energy transition projects. He...

Sebastian Verhelst (UGENT and LUND University) leads a research team that focuses on realizing the transition to sustainable transportation. Renewable fuels in internal combustion engines are a viable route to defossilize a number of applications such as heavy duty and waterway transportation. The research is aimed at evaluating the potential...

François Vallée (UMONS) is currently Associate Professor within the Electrical Power Engineering Unit. His research interests include renewable-based generation modeling for electrical system adequacy and reliability studies. In a recent past, he was director of the ORES Chair at the University of Mons (2015-2018). He is currently member of the...

Ward De Paepe

Ward De Paepe (UMONS) is focusing his research on the development of small-scale, highly flexible, carbon clean co-generation units for use in the future decentralized electricity production, with a special interest in micro Gas Turbines. Within his research, measures like Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) or cycle humidification (steam/liquid water) are...

Laurent Bricteux (UMONS) is a professor in the field of energy conversion systems at the Faculty Engineering. His research field mainly concerns numerical simulation of turbulent fluid flows (also reacting) applied to energy applications. These applications include massively parallel large eddy simulation of wind and gas turbines flows as well...

Emmanuel De Jaeger (UCLouvain) is professor of electrical power engineering since 2012, with a strong industrial background (more than twenty years of experience in an industrial R&D centre) and active in international standardization bodies (International Electrotechnical Commission). Expertise and technical interests: electric energy, electric power systems, power quality, electrical machines,...

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