Jérôme GAVILLET

Jérôme GAVILLET

Jérôme GAVILLET

Project manager in the field of Renewable Energies and Nanomaterials in CEA-Liten

Dr. Jérôme GAVILLET received his PhD on material physics & surface processing from l’Ecole des Mines de Nancy (F) in 1996. As a researcher, he worked on hydrogen embrittlement of stainless steels for the petrol industry at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (B), on zircaloy alloy coatings for the French nuclear industry and on copper interconnects for the semiconductor industry at the University of York (UK). He spent 7 years in microelectronics working as a process engineer for equipment suppliers in Cardiff (UK), Sunnyvale (US) and Grenoble (F). He joined CEA-Liten in 2005 as a project manager in the field of Renewable Energies and Nanomaterials, working on surface energy and thermal management topics. Since 2012, he works as an European program manager, contributing to the management of CEA-Liten’s EU projects portfolio and setting up new business opportunities in the fields of materials, renewable energies, energy efficiency and information & communication technologies. He has authored 10 patents and over 40 publications (H-index=9, August 2015).

Abstract title: Projects Database & Roadmapping early elements

Abstract: Materials Research & Innovation activities have been mapped through Nationally and European funded collaborative projects over the 2010-ongoing period in order to identify competencies, develop synergies between collaborative projects, networks, clusters and infrastructures (national/regional and European) and identify key application areas where to build up strategic roadmaps.

WORKSHOP 1 – Section 2: Projects Database & Roadmapping early elements,