Christophe Demaziere

Professor, Subatomic, High Energy and Plasma Physics, Department of Physics

Professor Demazière is leading the DREAM task force at Chalmers (Deterministic REactor Modelling). DREAM is a cross-disciplinary group having expertise in neutron transport, fluid dynamics, heat transfer, and numerical methods. The aim of the group is to develop beyond state-of-the-art techniques for modelling nuclear reactors, thus contributing to improved simulations tools and enhanced safety. Prof. Demazière is lecturing in courses on the physics and modelling of nuclear reactors. These courses deal with the multi-physic and multi-scale aspects of such systems. He is a member of the American Nuclear Society.
GRE@T-PIONEeR – Graduate Education Alliance for Teaching the Physics and Safety of Nuclear Reactors – European Commission support

ESFR-SMART – European Sodium Fast Reactor Safety Measures Assessment and Research Tools – European Commission support

HYBRID – Development of a hybrid neutron transport framework for static and dynamic calculations and applications to fast reactor cores - Swedish Research Council support

XEROM - Study of core stability during load follow with ROM methods - Swedish Radiation Safety Authority support

Past projects:
CORTEX – CORe monitoring techniques and EXperimental validation and demonstration
SEALION – Seaborg External multiphysics Architecture for Licensing and Ip development Of Nuclear reactors –
DREAM4SAFER - Development of REvolutionary and Accurate Methods for Safety Analyses of Future and Existing Reactors
DEMO-JHR DEterminisicModelling of the Jules Horowitz Reactor
FIRE - FIne mesh REactor modelling
X-TREAM ​- neXt generation numerical Techniques for deterministic REActor Modelling

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