Dr. Yanick Sarazin

Dr. Yanick Sarazin

Senior Researcher



Dr Yanick Sarazin graduated from an engineering school in Grenoble in 1993, and defended his PhD thesis on edge turbulence modelling in fusion devices in 1997. He then obtained the Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches in 2008. His main activity deals with turbulence and transport theory and modelling in controlled fusion devices. He is responsible for HPC CPU-time demands on gyrokinetic at IRFM, and member of international HPC committees (IFERC/Helios in 2011-2016, Marconi-Fusion from 2015). He is full professor at the National Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology since 2009. He supervised 8 PhD students and 1 post-doc. He co-authored 130 publication in peer-review journals (H factor = 30) and led several European projects. He is the current leader of the “Fusion for Energy” work package in EoCoE-I.