Lili Ducousso-Ganjehi holds B.S and M.S degrees in Physics from the University of Denis Diderot (France) and PhD in Acoustical Physics from the University of Pierre et Marie Curie in 2008. Her PhD focused on nonlinear propagation of ultrasound in heterogeneous medium to study the influence of turbulent atmospheric during the flight of a supersonic jet. Additionnaly, she occupied teaching position in physics at University. From 2008-2017, Ms Ducousso-Ganjehi worked as a research engineer and project manager at the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) in the institute research on nondestructive evaluation (NDE). Her main activities included ultrasound modelling and simulation tools (CIVA software), new ultrasound methods and imaging to improve the capacity and reliability of detection and sizing defects in complex materials. Her works were mainly focused on nuclear and transport applications. She worked with different partners such as NRC, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, industrial and academic researchers and she co-supervised PhDs on the improvement of NDE in complex materials such as cast stainless steel or titanium alloys. Ms Ducousso-Ganjehi joined the IRSN staff in 2017. She is engaged in NDE expertise reviews and research projects in the Nuclear Safety Branch of the Division of Nuclear Expertise of the Office of Equipment and Structure of IRSN.
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