Julien Janicot

"A&M” engineer


My objectives:

  • Engineering, research & development
  • Technical projects management
  • A better World


Sept 2004 - Jan 2007:

Engineering training @ ENSAM


Major (with LEMFI, “Laboratoire d’Energétique et de Mécanique des Fluides Interne”):

  • Simulation of pressure fluctuations inside centrifugal stealth pumps of nuclear submarines

Partnership with FAPMO Company and French naval shipbuilder DCNS


Professional character projects (Conception & Design):

  • Preliminary studies to vibrations assisted forge process
  • Motion transformation: monumental metronome - dynamic modeling and analysis
  • Innovation contest: “SYNERGIADES 2004-2005”

Fast prototyping with ecological process (3D vegetal fibers deposition with laser drying)

Awarded: “Best innovative project”


Jan 2003 - Jun 2004:

Technological Projects (Mechanics and Technology), University Paul Sabatier Toulouse III


Conception, structures dimensioning:

  • Design of an hydraulic dampers system for suspension bridges (vibrations absorber)

Innovative work, patent pending

  • Studies on the structure of a micro-drone (very first generations of “quadri-copters”)

Collaborative work with SUPAERO’s electronics laboratory, Toulouse

Jul 2003 - Sept 2003:

D2T Group, PARIS, France



  • Assistant Engineer in the design department

Analysis of mechanism, « alternative engine’s acyclic torque reducing wheel » patented by D2T

Processing of data and creation of a simulation program under Visual Basic language


Apr 2012 - Feb 2014:

(1 year, 4 months)

KOME (EXXON base), Chad

Project startup supervision:


TCP Engineer in Charge of operations (managing a 16+ persons crew, logistics, resources and operations planning)

Technical advisor (Perforating and down-hole applications)
Structural projects / Mechanical engineering (Multiple LEAN projects, construction, 5S)

On-site training (Equipment preparation and well-site operations)

Feb 2012 - Mar 2012:

(2 months)

European Learning Center, PARIS, France
Instructor, TCP expert courses (Replacement mission as a member of the WIT)

Jun 2011 - Feb 2012:

(9 months)

Testing Services Headquarters, LA DEFENSE, France
General Support & Administration (WIT management)
Human Resources: Management of consultants supply for Schlumberger worldwide operations

Nov 2008 - May 2011:

(2 years, 7 months)

OFFSHORE (North Sea, Irish Sea, North Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea):

Scotland, Holland, Norway, England, Ireland, Canada, Tunisia, Libya, Mauritania, Angola, Venezuela


UK, Libya, Saudi Arabia


Field Engineer / Senior Field Engineer / General Field Engineer
Member of the WIT, intervening worldwide as:
- TCP engineer
- DST engineer
- EnACT field tester and developer of the Service Delivery Procedure.

(EnACT is a down-hole wireless telemetry system for data acquisition and tools operation)
Constant collaboration with the R&D teams in SRTS (Technology center in CLAMART, France).

Jan 2007 - Oct 2008:

(1 year, 10 months)

Testing Services, North Sea Geo-market, Aberdeen, UK:
Junior Field Engineer. TCP oriented.


Feb 2014 - Sep 2016:

SCHLUMBERGER - Oil field services. Research, Engineering, Manufacturing and Sustaining (REMS)


Tubing Conveyed Perforations - Sustaining engineer for RPS group (Rosharon Production Services, Texas, USA):

  • Technical support to field operations (focal point between “Field” and “Engineering”)
  • Field expertise support to the engineering department
  • Service Quality watch
  • Failures investigations (on-site and remote)
  • System integration tests / Field tests (on-site)
  • Development of operational procedures (SWI, Standardized Work Instructions) and technical documentation

Jan 2007 - Feb 2014:

SCHLUMBERGER - Oil field services, Operations for Testing Services (TST)


Field engineer, member of the Well Intervention Team (WIT, aka the French Flying Squad):

  • Tubing Conveyed Perforations (TCP) and Drill Stem Testing (DST)
  • Technical and operational support
  • Worldwide assignments (high mobility international commuter)


Sept 2004 - Jun 2006:

Masters Degree, General Engineering, “Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers” (E.N.S.A.M.)

Masters Degree, Research in Energetics, Fluids & Aerodynamics, “Université Pierre et Marie Curie”, Paris 6

Sept 2002 - Jun 2004:

French University cycle - Mechanics and Technology, “Université Paul Sabatier”, Toulouse 3

« License » &  « Maîtrise », with honors.


Computer skills:

PRO-E (CREO), SOLIDWORKS, NASTRAN, FLUENT, VB language, Adobe Creative Cloud community member

Nonnative languages:

English: Fluent. TOEIC: 900 – 14 jun.2006; then working language for 10 years

Spanish: Academic standard


B (driving license)

Private plane pilot (TT), 120 hours of flight (expired license)

Coastal motor boat license (FR) + sailing ASA 101/103/104 (US)


Jul 2005 - Sept 2005:

Barnie’s coffees company, Dublin, Ireland: Shop manager

Settings and opening of a new franchise

Technical support (Quality process, workspace organization, equipment management)

Culinary support (adjustment and creation of new recipes, very appreciated “French touch”)


Oct 1998 - Sept 2002:

Family business: “La Mémé du Quercy”, Cahors, France

Promotion of “La Mémé du Quercy” products: Restaurants, Foie Gras, Wines and Spirits

Staff management and logistics

Sales team member: “Foire Internationale de Paris”, “Salon Nautique”, “Salon de l’Agriculture”…

Head cook & kitchen manager for 6 seasons (two years)


Student’s life:

“Arts et Métiers Compétition”, Student union of E.N.S.A.M.: coordinator of motor boat training division

Student’s jobs:

Tourism office manager, pizzas deliverer, chauffeur, gardener, grape picker…


Travel (non-business):

Nepal, China, Hong Kong, USA, Canada, Great Britain, most of Europe


Trekking, mountain biking, multi-sports raids, X-trail, Ultimate frisbee


Traditional bows crafting, cuisine, Nature, aeronautics, nautical activities and photography

Jan 2016 - Present:

beCONCEPTO -  Independent studies lab for industrial mechanics and innovative design.