University of Nottingham
Gwladys graduated from IMT Lille-Douai (French engineering school) with a Master‘s Engineering degree in Plastics and Composite Materials in 2019. In parallel of her engineering studies Gwladys worked as an apprentice engineer in an automotive company where she focused on the development of a new laser welding technology for thermoplastic composite parts. Gwladys commenced her PhD at The University of Nottingham in February 2020, supporting the Core Project; Resin injection into reinforcement with uncertain heterogeneous properties: NDE and control. Her aim is to investigate the solutions to monitor and control online the resin flow during the Resin Transfer Moulding (RTM) process cycle. Gwladys’s research work is centered on the development of an optimal sensing architecture and the definition of the most adequate corrective actions depending on the resin filling scenario.