greeting
 
  

About me

 

I'm an engineer at IDRIS (Institute for Development and Resources in Intensive Scientific computing). IDRIS is CNRS's national supercomputing center.
My main task is to provide help in parallelization and optimization of scientific computational codes for the european project DEISA (Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing Applications).
 
General data
 
Name Philippe Wautelet
Age 41
Nationality Belgian
Address IDRIS
Batiment 506, BP 167
91403 ORSAY Cedex
France
email
 
Publications
 
  P. Wautelet, High Speed Generator for Hybrid Propulsion, Engine systems symposium, Cranfield University, 1998
 
P. Wautelet, CFD simulation of combustion and heat transfer in a gas turbine combustor, MSc thesis, Cranfield University, 1998
 
J-M. Vaassen, P. Wautelet, J-A. Essers, A quadratic reconstruction scheme for hypersonic reacting flows on unstructured meshes, in ECCOMAS CFD 2001 Conference proceedings, 2001
 
J.-M. Vaassen, P. Wautelet and J.-A. Essers Application of a third-order reconstruction scheme to hypersonic reacting flows using unstructured meshes and multigrid techniques, in ACOMEN 2002 Conference, May 2002, Liege, Belgium
 
J.-M. Vaassen, P. Wautelet and J.-A. Essers Application of a third-order reconstruction scheme to hypersonic reacting flows using unstructured meshes and multigrid techniques, in Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, July 2004
 
Professional Experience
 
2005-present Engineer at IDRIS (Institute for Development and Resources in Intensive Scientific computing)

 
1998-2004 Research assistant in the aerodynamics group of the University of Liege
 
My main tasks were:
  • Development of a CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) code for flows with chemical reactions (hypersonic re-entry vehicle or combustion problems);
     
  • Use of commercial CFD codes (FLUENT and Numeca codes);
     
  • Various works for the wind tunnel of the university;
     
  • Teaching of fluid mechanics and aerodynamics;
     
  • Computer administration.

 
 
Education
 
1987-1993 Secondary school
   Saint-Stanislas College
   Mons, Belgium
 
1993-1998 Electromechanical engineer (aerospace)
  University of Liege, Belgium
 
1997-1998 MSc in Thermal Power (aerospace propulsion)
  Cranfield University, United Kingdom
 
MSc Thesis CFD simulation of combustion and heat transfer in a gas turbine combustor
 
 
Computer science
 
Operating systems DOS, Windows (98, 2000, XP)
UNIX: HP-UX, Tru64, Linux, FreeBSD (use, installation and administration)
UNIX: AIX, IRIX, Super-UX (use)
 
Office applications MS Office, StarOffice/OpenOffice, LaTeX
 
Engineering CFD codes: FLUENT, Numeca
 
Mathematical applications MatLab, Maple 
 
Programming C/C++
Fortran (77/90/95)
Parallel programming: MPI, OpenMP
Shell scripts (bash, csh, ksh)
HTML, PHP, MySQL
 
 
Languages
 
French (native tongue)
English

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