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GPPS Forum20

15th - 17th January 2020

Nicolas Noiray

Nicolas Noiray

Panel 7 Panelist: Propulsion for the Future II

Nicolas Noiray is Assistant Professor at ETH Zürich where he leads the laboratory of Combustion and Acoustics for Power and Propulsion Systems since 1st August 2014. After having received in 2004 his Engineering degree from the ENSEEIHT and his M.S. in Fluid Mechanics from the National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse, he joined the laboratory EM2C at the Ecole Centrale Paris where he got in December 2007 his PhD on modelling and control of thermoacoustic instabilities. Beginning of 2008, he joined the Combustion Department of the Gas Turbine Research Division of Alstom, where he became Principal Engineer and developed combustor technologies until June 2014. Among several distinctions, he has received the Silver Medal and the Hiroshi Tsuji Early Career Researcher Award of the International Combustion Institute. He also holds a Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council. His research at ETH focuses on the modeling and control of reacting and non- reacting flows encountered in practical systems like land- based gas turbines for power generation and engines for aeronautic and aerospace applications. The unifying theme of the experimental, theoretical and numerical research performed by his group is the study of flow instabilities at various time and length scales.

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