Thomas Fortin

Thomas Fortin
Atomic Energy and Alternative Energies Commission | CEA

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Due to their unique size-dependent properties, nanoparticles (NPs) have many industrial and biomedical applications. Although NPs are generally characterized based on the size or morphological analysis, the mass of whole particles can be of interest as it represents the total amount of material in the particle regardless of shape, density, or eleme...
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Due to their physical properties, nanomechanical sensors (NEMS) can achieve mass measurements in the mega- to gigadalton range, which is hardly obtained with conventional mass-spectrometers. However, NEMS signals are subject to noise, causing a loss of mass resolution and thus emphasizing the need of noise control. We propose a denoising model that...
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When studying viruses, the most prevalent aspects that come to mind are their structural and functional features, but this leaves in the shadows a quite universal characteristic: their mass. Even if approximations can be derived from size and density measurements, the multi MDa to GDa mass range, featuring a majority of viruses, has so far remained...
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Background The clustering of data produced by liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry analyses (LC-MS data) has recently gained interest to extract meaningful chemical or biological patterns. However, recent instrumental pipelines deliver data which size, dimensionality and expected number of clusters are too large to be processed by cla...
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Since a long time, the Large Eddy Simulation (LES) concept is considered as a very promising candidate for advanced thermal hydraulic modeling in Nuclear Reactor Safety. This paper shows how LES is successfully applied in an industrial framework to free shear flows at high Reynolds numbers and to the associated transport of scalars (e.g. boron). Ex...

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