• Earlier this summer, Adrien Chaton (Energy and Processes program, 2016) was giving an account of his academic and professional path to his School of origin, the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie of Rennes (ENSCR), which led him to work abroad for one year, in Australia and Congo, so as to enrich his professional experience before joining IFP School.

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Isabelle Rey-Fabret

135609 Rey-Fabret.IAssociate Professor

She began her career in IFP Energies nouvelles in 1995 where she worked as a research engineer in the Exploration-Production Business Unit. She has been involved in several projects, one of which was the development of real time alarms for drilling, in collaboration with Geoservices. This work resulted in the filing of three patents.

She has also worked on research projects on Flow Assurance in oil and gas production. In 2002, she began a PhD thesis on monitoring polyphase fluids in oil pipelines using neural networks which she defended in November 2005. The results led to the filing of three patents, the publication of two papers and the presentation of a poster.

At the end of 2005 she joined IFP School where she is now associate professor. Her specialty is well performance, flow assurance and drilling/completion. She gives courses in these fields in continuing education programs.

She loves painting and traveling.