Eva ARTUSI is currently a doctoral student at the CRC MINES ParisTech under a CIFRE contract with Naval Group, (Ollioules site) . Graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Métiers (ENSAM) in october 2018 and trained in Machine Learning and Deep Learning, she began her PHD supervised by Aldo Napoli and Fabien Chaillan (Naval Group) in january 2019. The main objective of her research is to optimize decision-making in the conduct of naval missions based on algorithms derived from Artificial Intelligence.
Lacq oil and gas field, discovered in 1951 and operated since 1957, was the largest natural gas field in France. At the time, starting this field’s production represented a number of technical challenges (related to […]
The NOA-TADI project, in which Total and CRC are collaborating, is gaining momentum this summer. Two ENSG students joined the CRC for a six-month internship, along with two other Telecom ParisTech trainees. They are developing […]
Explosions of the Piper Alpha platform in 1988, of a Texas City refinery in 2005, sinking of Deepwater Horizon in 2010 and the oil spill that followed, or the gas leak on the Elgin platform […]