Development of a next generation of domestic heat pumps, running without lubricant, and using innovative oil-free radial compressors rotating on gas bearings (products previously developed at LENI).
As a mechanical engineer graduated from Arts et Métiers ParisTech, he has sharpened that education with a Master of Science in product design and innovation processes at Arts et Métiers ParisTech and Ecole Centrale Paris, then with a PhD thesis on energy systems at EPFL. He is specialized in product design in the energy field and is particularly interested in heat transfer and energy technologies.
Since 2005, he has focused all his professional experiences on energy systems and energy management in buildings. He is currently contributing to the development of innovative oil-free domestic heat pumps and of a Rankine powered heat pump system for small residential building heating applications.
|M.Sc. in Product Design, Innovation Processes, & Energy Systems||Arts & M�tiers ParisTech (Paris, France) & �cole Centrale Paris (Paris, France) - joint diploma||2007-2008|
|Master degree in Mechanics, Product Design, and Engineering||Arts & M�tiers ParisTech (Paris, France)||2005-2008|
|2-year university degree in Mechanics, Product Design, Manufacturing, and Material Science||Universit� J. Fourier (St Martin D'H�res, France)||2003-2005|