Fanny Cacherat


Angestellt, Project Engineer in Hydrogen and e-Mobility, TOTAL Deutschland GmbH

Berlin, Germany


Professional experience for Fanny Cacherat

  • Current 4 years and 4 months, since Oct 2018

    Project Engineer in Hydrogen and e-Mobility

    TOTAL Deutschland GmbH

    | Hydrogen and Charging Point Implementation in Germany | - Market expansion by developing, implementing and optimising the TOTAL's infrastructure for e-Mobility in Germany of Hydrogen Station along with EV Charging Station - Managing the construction of new hydrogen stations - Operating and optimising existing hydrogen stations together in cooperation with internal departments and suppliers - Coordinating the deployment of electric chargers at selected sites with TOTAL Group and external partners

  • 6 months, Feb 2016 - Jul 2016

    Thermal Engineer


    | Thermal characterization of solid materials in the low-temperature range | - Technical student (internal program) - Determined thermal characteristics of new solid materials (thermal conductivity, diffusivity and heat capacity) between cryogenic to room temperatures with a focus in the low-temperature range - Experimentation, data analysis and reporting

  • 6 months, Mar 2015 - Aug 2015

    Assistant Research Engineer


    | Studies concerning the use of a thermal cooling shield of the ICARUS detector | Before being sent to the FermiLab (USA) for further experiments, the neutrinos detector ICARUS was refurbished at CERN (Switzerland). - Performed technical, mechanical and thermal calculations and designed a test bench used for thermal measurements regarding the ICARUS detector

  • 4 months, Apr 2014 - Jul 2014

    Assistant Research Engineer

    Air Liquide

    | Experiment development of a test bench using thermosensitive paint for optimising the thermal leaks in cryogenic tanks for Ariane's launchers test benches | - Developed an experiment simulating the cryogenic environment of the Ariane launchers' test benches, using a Stirling cryocooler - Developed, formulated and analysed a thermosensitive paint in the designed experiment → The results are still used for the purpose of pursuing the research.

  • 2 months, May 2013 - Jun 2013

    Assistant Research Engineer


    | Conception of a glass cryostat to observe superfluid helium | - Designed and built a test bench containing a double walls cryostat entirely composed of transparent glass, being able to hold liquid helium (-269°C) and superfluid helium (-271°C). - Instrumented the cryostat and installed experiments for demonstrations to observe superfluid helium (ex: fountain effect).

Educational background for Fanny Cacherat

  • 1 year and 10 months, Sep 2014 - Jun 2016

    M.Eng: Process Engineering - Major in Energy Engineering

    Université Grenoble Alpes

    • Thermal Transfers, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Exchangers, Thermal Design, Renewable Energies, Cryogenics • Practical work on industrial machines, use of software, projects on a specific subject of thermal energy Master thesis: "Thermal characterization of solid materials in the low-temperature range"

  • 10 months, Sep 2013 - Jun 2014

    B.Eng: Process Engineering

    Université Grenoble Alpes

  • 1 year and 10 months, Sep 2011 - Jun 2013

    Thermal and Energy Engineering

    Université Grenoble Alpes

    • Scientific and practical education: Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer • Industrial techniques: heat exchangers, thermal engines for transport or energy production, air treatment, solar energy, cryogenics • Renewable energies: solar panels, photovoltaics, wind energy, geothermic


  • French

    First language

  • English


  • German


  • Italian


  • Spanish



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