Laurent Barthelemy

corps enseignant


Laurent Barthélemy is a hydrodynamic and shipbuilding engineer. Originally working in the offshore oil and gas industry, he worked in the exploitation and maintenance of deepwater deposits.
In 2016, he obtained a master’s degree in marine renewable energies. He is currently a teacher and researcher at The French Maritime Academy.

His research topic is the operation and maintenance of wind farms and offshore tides.


Barthélemy L. (2018), Calculation of the Unavailability’s of an Offshore Wind Turbine Farm and a Tidal Turbine Farm. 54th ESReDA seminar on Risk, Reliability and Safety of Energy Systems in Coastal and Marine Environments, Nantes, France, 25-26 April 2018,

Barthélemy L 2019), Comparison Of The Performance In Operation And Maintenance Between A Fixed And A Floating Wind Farm – The Example Of Floatgen, Floating Offshore Wind Turbines Conference, Montpellier, France, 24-26 April 2019,

Barthélemy L 2019), Calculation Of The Unavailability’s Of An Offshore Wind Turbine Farm, OCEANS2019 MTS/IEEE Conference, Marseille, France, 17-20 June 2019,

Emilio Bastidas-Arteaga & Barthélemy L 2019), Enjeux interdisciplinaires et solutions pour le déploiement des Énergies Marines Renouvelables (EMR),OCEANEXT 2019 Conference, Nantes, France, 3-5 July 2019,



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Titre : Enseignant chargé de recherche

Enseignements : Construction, exploitation, sécurité

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