Vincent Moreau, senior researcher at CRS4, takes his degree in Numerical Analysis at Paris-XI University in 1990, makes his one year Scientific Service at ONERA on atmospheric lightning numerical modeling and undergoes a Ph.D. thesis at Paris-XI, presented in 1994, on "Functional Analysis applied to pseudo-Newtonian flows". In 1995, he works at ENEL-CRT of Pisa on two-phase flow simulation and modeling. He arrives at CRS4 in 1996 where he works on fluid-structure interaction. Since 1997, he works in the ADS field, making CFD simulations and analysis, participating to the FP5 PDS-XADS, FP6 EUROTRANS and FP7 THINS, CDT, SEARCH and MAXSIMA European projects. Between 2002 and 2014, he also works occasionally on turbulent combustion simulation. From 2015, still by means of CFD analysis, he contributes in the H2020 framework to the MYRTE proect on high level waste transmutation and to the SESAME project on the criticalities of the liquid metal fluid-dynamics for applications to the clean nuclear power of the future.