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Architectures de puissance dans les bateaux à propusions électriques et les économies d'Energie: Défis et Tendances


Sami SIALA, Chief Application SW Architect, GE Power Conversion


Evolution des architecture électriques dans les bateaux à propulsions électriques, et les méthodes pour les économies d’Energie par augmentation du rendement en navigation et les solution d’alimentation à quai.


Sami was born in Tunisia. He attended Sfax Technical and Sciences University and received The Electrical Engineering degree in 1987, The  M.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering in 1988 from the Institut National Polytechnique of Toulouse, France, and the Ph.D in Electrical Engineering in 1992. Sami began his career in 1992 as an Assistant professor with the Engineering School Saint Nazaire (ESAIGELEC).  In 2000 He joined Alstom Power Conversion as R&D Senior Engineer. In 2004, he became the Head of the R&D Electrical Power System department. Then, in 2006 Power Conversion left ALSTOM for Converteam LMBO, he moved to the subsea O&G team as The Technical Manager of the Ormen Lange subsea Compression station. In 2008, Sami was appointed at the Converteam Engineering Design Center in India  as R&D Director, where he built the R&D team in Chennai. Following that, in 2012 after integration of Converteam in GEPC, he joined the Chief Engineering office as Chief Application SW Architect. Recently he is appointed Consulting Engineer. He is author and co-author of more than 70 Scientific papers and Holds 5 patents, in the area of Medium Voltage System, Design and Control. Since February 2019, He is Leading the Electrical System Engineering and Technology, in the role of Technical Director of General Electric Power conversion France. 

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