Biography

Pierre-Louis Valdenaire is a post-doctoral researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in the Multiscale Science for Energy and Environments lab, which is a joint lab between CNRS and MIT Energy Initiative. His passion for science leads him to study many subjects, including Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science and Computer Science. He is currently studying organic matter with atomistic simulations.

Publications

Conferences

  • GDRi M2un 2019 (Montpellier, FRANCE) – Upscaling for Strategic Materials Oral Presentation
    Effect of CarboxyMethyl Cellulose on Porous Carbon Supercapacitor
  • GDRi M2un 2018 (Washington, USA) – Multi-scale Materials Under the Nanoscope- Oral Presentation
    A
    simple way to use X-ray tomography to infer elastic properties
  • Carbon 2018 (Madrid, SPAIN) – Keynote: Thermo-chemical conversion processes
    Modeling cellulose conversion to kerogen: a pathway of reversible rare events
  • Interpore 2018 (New Orleans, USA) – Oral Presentation: Soft Porous Materials
    Kerogen flexibility, a key to understand hydrocarbon expulsion from shale reservoirs
  • GDRi M2un 2017 (Athens, GREECE) – Multi-scale Materials Under the Nanoscope – Oral Presentation
    Simulation of the Decomposition of Organic Matter
  • Interpore 2017 (Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS) – Oral Presentation: Fluids in Nanoporous Media Symposium
    Coupling Between Hydrocarbons Recovery and Elastic Relaxation Inside Kerogen’s Nanoporosity
  • GDRi M2un 2016 (Paris, FRANCE) – Multi-scale Materials Under the Nanoscope – Oral Presentation
    Numerical Assessment of Kerogen’s Flexibility at the Atomistic Scale
  • ODAS (Cologne, GERMANY) – Onera-DLR Aerospace Symposium – Oral Presentation
    Dislocation-based crystal plasticity model
  • The Schontal Symposium (Schontal, GERMANY) – Crystal Plasticity Workshop – Poster
    Dislocation-based plasticity
  • TMS 2014 (San Diego, USA) – Oral Presentation: Phasefield Simulations Symposium
    Coupling Phase-field Model and Dislocation Density Based Crystal Plasticity Model
  • Euromat 2013 (Seville, SPAIN) – Oral Presentation: Solid State Transformations Symposium
    Coupling Phase-field Model and Dislocation Density Based Crystal Plasticity Model