Frédéric Wrobel

Frédéric Wrobel
Professeur

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After a university degree in nuclear physics and instrumentation, Frédéric Wrobel performs his doctoral thesis at the University Montpellier 2, under the direction of Professor Jean-Marie Palau, on the issue of the reliability of SRAM’s memories. In his thesis, he joined for several months the team of Theoretical Physics of the Los Alamos National Laboratory (United States) where he initiated the development of codes of nuclear physics by Monte Carlo calculations adapted to the problem of microelectronics. In 2002, he joined the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis as Assistante Professor (ATER) and then the following year as Associate Professor. He worked on the radiation-matter interaction for medical applications (dosimetry) and electronic (reliability). In 2008, he obtained his transfer to join the team RADIAC in the University of Montpellier 2 and supports the theme of tools for predicting error rates in electronic components as well as the contamination of component materials by alpha emitters. Frederic Wrobel received his accreditation to supervise researches (HDR) in December 2008. He was awarded by the Great Price of electronics "General Ferrie" in 2010 for his works on nuclear physics codes and their originals validations and innovative by stratospheric balloon flights. Co-Founder of the GDR ERRATA INSIS worn by the INP and the CNRS, he is also author and co-author over 90 articles in journals and international conferences. In 2011, he became head of the specialty of Master EEA "Dependability Engineering Space." He was awarded by the Price “Chercheur d’Avenir” (Region Languedoc Roussillon) for his work on radiation in atmosphere. Since 2012, Frédéric Wrobel is a junior member of Institut Universitaire de France (IUF).