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OUR TEAM TO SERVE THE CHAIR MODELING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

The Chair Modeling for Sustainable Development results from a shared view by the CMA (MINES ParisTech) and the CIRED (Ecole des Ponts et Chaussées-AgroParisTech) as to the need for hybrid models to support the dialogue between economists/engineers/earth scientists. It fits in as an extension of the collaboration between these two recognised ParisTech teams and will therefore be able to call on a high level human potential to carry its activities.

TEAM OF CMA led by Nadia MAÏZI

Permanents researchers
Edi ASSOUMOU
Marc BORDIER
Gilles GUERASSIMOFF
Hélène LE CADRE
Jean-Paul MARMORAT
Valérie ROY
Sandrine SELOSSE
Post-Doctorate
Olivia RICCI
PhD students
Stéphanie BOUCKAERT
François BRIENS
Aurélie DUBREUIL
Paul HUGUES
Zekuiya KHIAT
Vincent KRAKOWSKI
Sébastien POSTIC
Ahmadou THIAM
Trainees Master OSE
Evariste CHAINTREAU

TEAM OF CIRED led by Jean-Charles HOURCADE

Permanents researchers

Frédéric GHERSI
Céline GUIVARCH

Researchers (contract)
Henri WAISMAN
Thierry BRUNELLE
Aurélie MEJEAN
Jun LI
PhD students
Meriem HAMDI CHERIF
Julie ROZENBERG Adrien VOGT SCHILB
François SOUTI
Ruben BIBAS
Julien LEFEVRE
Research engineers
Christophe CASSEN
Engineers
Alexandre LUMBROSO
Floriant LEBLANC
William DANG

 

 

A SUPPORTING COLLABORATIVE NETWORK


Both project founding teams feel entitled to carry it only because they belong, either on their own or together, to larger collaborative networks that the Chair will be able to call upon and to which it will provide an anchor point in return.

They are principally in France:

- The R2DS network (Research Network for Sustainable Development) which gathers 46 teams in the Paris area;

- The FONDDRI programme which addresses the consequences for industries of low carbon societies implemetation, and has set a collaboration with the Lepii in Grenoble;

- Under the umbrella of the TUCK Foundation (IFP), a collaborative project with the IFP, INRA and AFOCEL has been set up;

- INRIA Sophia Antipolis and more precisely its project TOSCA ;

- The Agrimonde project associating the CIRAD and the INRA.


The Climate Strategy network has also to be noted at the European level.

We have established close links with the Potsdam Institute, the University of Cambridge and the Fondazione Enrico Mattei.

We are also involved in several European projects, such as project NEEDS (New Energy and Externalities Development for Sustainability), RES2020, GLOBIS, AMPERE and AUGUR.


On an international scale, we number among our partners:

- The MIT ;

- The University of Maryland;

- The Stanford University;

- The French-speaking network MONDER (Globalization and Environment) led by CREDEN (University of Montpellier I).

We are also members of international networks:

- ETSAP (Energy Technology System Analysis), an AIE programme;

- A consortium formed with partners in Brazil, China and India, in collaboration with IIASA, and working on new world level emission scenarii, under the guidance of the IPCC;

- The international research network IAMC (Integrated Assessment Modeling Consortium) which coordinates next AR5 (group III) long-term scenarios.

 

 

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