Full Professor at Centrale Lille, France
Dean of graduate school of Centrale Lille
Laboratoire d'Electrotechnique et d'Electronique
de Puissance (L2EP) de Lille, France
Stéphane Brisset was born in Bad Godesberg, Germany, in 1969. He received the
engineering degree from Institut Industriel du Nord in 1992, the master degree
in electrical engineering in 1992, the Ph. D. degree in electrical engineering
in 1995, and the french post-doctoral degree (required to supervise Ph. D. students)
in 2007 from Université des Sciences et Technologies de Lille.
He joined Ecole des Hautes Etudes Industrielles as lecturer in 1996 and Ecole Centrale de Lille in 2001 as associate professor. Since 2018, he is full professor in the department of electrical engineering of Centrale Lille. He is currently dean of the master and PhD programs of Centrale Lille.
He is author of 48 articles in international journals, 64 communications in international conferences, 4 book chapters, one awarded paper, and one used patent.
Stéphane Brisset research activities take place in the numerical tools and
methods team (OMN: Outils et Méthodes Numériques) of the electric and power electronic
lab of Lille, France (L2EP: Laboratoire d'Electrotechnique et d'Electronique de Puissance).
His main interests are the modelling, design, and optimization of electric machines and systems including waveform relaxation method, co-simulation, multidisciplinary design optimization, space-mapping, surrogate-based optimization, reliability-based design optimization, design methodologies for complex systems on drive-cycle, collaborative optimization, bi-level optimization, and decomposition methods.
He works with major companies in railway industry (Alstom Transport, SNCF), automotive supplier industry (Valeo), and electric machine manufacturer (Jeumont Electric).
Ecole Centrale de Lille
Cité Scientifique - CS 20048
59651 Villeneuve d'Ascq cedex
+33 3 62 26 82 40
stephane [dot] brisset [at] centralelille [dot] fr