I come from France where I studied the fundamentals of Physics until my master’s degree. There, I had the luck to learn from professors not only teaching us the equations and methods to solve them, but lending us there shoulders so that we could see farther and open our minds.
I think it is in our nature to try to understand the world and us in it in order to grow and improve ourselves. Science is built from this curiosity and tries to answer our questions while raising others. In this unified language crossing every borders, no research fields are isolated as there are always bridges to share and develop our knowledge.
During my Ph. D in Japan, I studied thermoacoustic systems and more particularly chaotic oscillations which are a type of nonlinear phenomenon. I then came to the energy systems analysis field of study focusing on forecasting and optimizing our energy systems for a zero-carbon emission society. Although energy systems are different in essence from thermoacoustic systems, they are not less complex and nonlinear behaviors can also emerge from their many actors forming as much degrees of freedom. I try to apply my understanding of Physics and nonlinear phenomena to this field to contribute at my own scale.
To all future members: let us search for more questions together!