Cécile Daversin, PhD student at LNCMI Grenoble

After a bachelor degree in fundamental mathematics, I discovered that my taste for computer science could be combined with my knowledge in mathematics, and that the needs in terms of modeling was indeed growing for a large panel of applications, as diverse as interesting. That's why I opted for applied mathematics studies for my master degree, at Joseph Fourier University in Grenoble.

After a bachelor degree in fundamental mathematics, I discovered that my taste for computer science could be combined with my knowledge in mathematics, and that the needs in terms of modeling was indeed growing for a large panel of applications, as diverse as interesting. That's why I opted for applied mathematics studies for my master degree, at Joseph Fourier University in Grenoble.

I then had the opportunity to join the magnet development team at the LNCMI Grenoble, first as an engineer during two years. I found really interesting the diversity of all different trades, which is a particularity of the laboratory and which is daily enriching. These two years enabled me to reinforce my knowledge in a research context, and were the occasion to develop a collaboration with the University of Strasbourg in scientific computing, which led to my current PhD that started one year ago.

This PhD is fully funded by IRMA laboratory in Strasbourg and undertaken at the LNCMI Grenoble since the subject fits into high field magnets applications.