ISAE-Supméca (permanents) :
Jean-Yves Choley obtained a Master degree in Mechanics and Automation and a Master of Advanced Studies in automated manufacturing from ENS Cachan, France (recently renamed ENS Paris-Saclay). He obtained a Ph.D. degree of Industrial Engineering in 2005 from Ecole Centrale Paris, France (recently renamed CentraleSupélec), related to ISO GPS mechanical tolerancing and 3D metrology. He gained industry operational experience (1986-1988) in systems engineering and quality & reliability at Arianespace company, Kourou (French Guyana), France, working both on ground facilities and satellites launchers Ariane 1 to 4.
Professor at ISAE-Supméca, France, responsible of IS2M (Ingénierie des Systèmes Mécatroniques et Multiphysiques) research team of Quartz laboratory, he is in charge of research and teaching activities focusing mainly on tools, languages and methodologies for the collaborative design of complex systems such as mechatronic systems, CPS (Cyber-Physical Systems) and CPPS (Cyber-Physical Production Systems). In the past 10 years, he mainly focused on Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), Model-Based Safety Assessment (MBSA) and the digital twin concept, together with multiphysics modeling for the collaborative design of safety critical mechatronic systems, such as autonomous vehicle and factory of the future production systems (4.0 and 5.0).
Conception et pilotage des systèmes cyberphysiques de production
Associate Professor – HDR
Ingénierie Système basée sur les modèles (MBSE), Sûreté de fonctionnement (MBSA)
|Dr. Ing. HDR (accreditation to supervise research) Olivia PENAS
Research engineer, Research Deputy Director
Ingénierie Système basée sur les modèles (MBSE), Conception Agile
ISAE-Supméca PhD (2023) :
|Dipl.-Ing. Romain DELABEYE