PhD candidate working with EDF R&D and Laboratoire des Signaux et Systèmes (L2S), at CentraleSupélec. Focus on the optimization of input parameters of a stochastic simulator that allows emulating the Distribution System Operator (DSO) network planning decisions when considering a planning strategy and a scenario. Research on Bayesian optimization techniques adapted to stochastic simulators with multiple outputs and a high output variance. Currently working on identifying, adapting, and implementing promising algorithms and approaches adapted to the industrial problem.
Thesis title: Optimization of multi-year planning strategies to better integrate renewable energies and new electrical usages on the distribution network
Academic Supervisors:Emmanuel VAZQUEZ (Thesis Director), Julien BECT Industrial Supervisors: Héloïse BARAFFE, Juliette MORIN Nov 2018 – Nov 2021
bât. Bréguet, 3, rue Joliot Curie,