LEMOINE Fabrice

LEMOINE Fabrice
Professor at the University of Lorraine

Fabrice Lemoine is a Professor at the University of Lorraine (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Electricité et de Mécanique – ENSEM), in the field of fluid mechanics and combustion. His research activities at the Laboratory of Energy, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (LEMTA) focus on the modelling of heat and mass transfers in multiphase fluid environments, with applications […]

Fabrice Lemoine is a Professor at the University of Lorraine (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Electricité et de Mécanique – ENSEM), in the field of fluid mechanics and combustion. His research activities at the Laboratory of Energy, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (LEMTA) focus on the modelling of heat and mass transfers in multiphase fluid environments, with applications mainly dedicated to innovative heat exchange devices. He is the author of more than 130 articles and papers in international journals and conferences.

From January 2009 to December 2017, he directed the Laboratory Energies, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (LEMTA), a UMR University of Lorraine-CNRS of nearly 200 people, whose research is very oriented towards the field of energy.

At the University of Lorraine, as part of the Lorraine University of Excellence (I-SITE) programme, he coordinates a large multidisciplinary project on hydrogen as an energy carrier (University of Lorraine Hydrogen Science and Technology) as well as the socio-economic challenge “Energies of the Future”.

At the national level, he represents the Conference of University Presidents (CPU) in the National Alliance for the Coordination of Energy Research (ANCRE) and is a member of the “Strategy”, “Europe and International” and “Basic Energy Sciences” working groups.

At the European level, within the framework of the European University Association (EUA), from 2015 to 2017, he was a member of the steering committee of the UNI-SET project, a European project aimed at applying the universities’ roadmap to the various actions of the Strategic Energy Technology Plan on a European scale (SET-plan) and imagining new training paradigms in the perspective of the energy transition. It is also active, on behalf of the University of Lorraine, in the European Energy Alliance (EERA).

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