ABourdon2007Sept4 - Vitae Anne Bourdon received her PhD in...

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Vitae Anne Bourdon received her PhD in mechanical Engineering from the University of Rouen (France) in 1995. She joined the French CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research) as a research scientist in 1996 in the CORIA (Complexe Interprofessionnel en Aerothermochimie) Laboratory in Rouen (France). For two years (2001 2003) she served as a CNRS researcher et the Research Center of PSA Peugeot Citroën (Vélizy Villacoublay, France). Since November 2003, she joined the EM2C (Energetique Moleculaire et Macroscopique Combustion) Laboratory at Ecole Centrale Paris, France. In the summer 2007, she served as an Invited Senior Research Associate at the Communications and Space Sciences Laboratory (CSSL), Penn State University, USA. Dr. Boudon's research interests include gas discharge phenomena, computational plasma physics, reactive gas flows and computational fluid dynamics. She has published 17 articles in refereed journals, 3 book chapters and over 30 conferences abstracts and proceedings papers. In 2000, Anne Bourdon received the CNRS bronze medal.
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