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Arrival of Telem Avidor, new ESR1 at Centrale Nantes

Telem, ESR at ECN, embarked in the FLOAWER project in October 2021, after the launch of a new recruitment process for the ESR1 position. He's dedicating his time and work around "Wind resource assessment in deep waters through space-distributed measurement systems" for the next 24 months. He is recruited as research assistant.

on November 30, 2021

French engineer who graduated from Ecole Centrale de Nantes, Telem is specialised in marine renewables energies. After four years living in Copenhagen, where he did an exchange in DTU and then worked in the wave energy industry, he's back in Nantes to join the FLOAWER project. Telem grew up in Guadeloupe, a french island in the Caribean and like to spend his time outdoor, playing rugby with friends, go surfing or hiking.

When asked about his motivations, Telem declared:


The floating wind industry has a huge potential and is going to grow significantly. The diversity of the technologies and the wildness of the offshore environment make it exciting. I am aiming, thanks to the FLOAWER training program, to get a broad knowledge of the research topic in this industry and contribute to its development. My research topic is the wind resource assessment in deep water, using the SEM-REV test site in France as a study case. I feel lucky to be part in such European project, I started two month ago and I already had the chance to meet the other PhD of the project several times. My team here in Centrale Nantes is also amazing and I am really excited for the next two years.

Published on November 30, 2021 Updated on November 30, 2021