Sébastien Soubielle

EPFL STI SGM-GE
ME A2 390 (Bâtiment ME)
Station 9
CH-1015 Lausanne

EPFL STI SGM-GE
ME B2 374 (Bâtiment ME)
Station 9
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Fields of expertise

Machine-tools -- Transfer machine-tools -- Special machines -- Wire tension management devices -- Machine safety (2006/42/CE) -- Microcellular metals

Publications

Selected publications

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Mechanical Engineering

Courses

Mechanical construction I (for ME)

The ME-101 course aims at acquiring the rules and the standardized language of the technical communication in the fields of mechanics and micromechanics, and foundations in mechanical design. This course integrates practical work on Computer Aided Design using the CATIA V5 software.

Mechanical construction II (for ME)

The ME-102 course aims at acquiring a solid basis in technical culture in order to be able to apply it to real-life examples of mechanical engineering, through a review of the concepts, components, and methodologies used in this field, and the achievement by the students of a group-based project.

Introduction to mechanical design

The ME-105 course aims at acquiring the standardized language of the technical communication in the field of mechanical engineering and a solid basis in technical culture, through a review of the concepts, components, and methodologies, and the achievement by the students of a group-based project.

Mechanical construction I (for MT)

(Coursebook not yet approved by the section)

Mechanical construction II (for MT)

(Coursebook not yet approved by the section)

Mechanical systems

This course aims to deepen the understanding of the operating laws of several major mechanical principles widely used in machine construction, in order to be able to size them in the most common concrete cases.