Raphaël Brière
Post-Doc
Raphael worked in collaboration with Nobatek for the improvement of the NEST tool (Neighborhood Evaluation for Sustainable Territories) by developing new inventory data and indicators.
Marc Lotteau
PhD Graduate
Marc defended his PhD in October 2017. Marc's research projects included eco-design of urban projects at the neighborhood scale with a special focus on life-cycle assessment and urban morpho-climatic analysis. This work involved energy assessment of buildings and districts at an early design stage, as well as integration of renewable energy and sustainable mobility issues.
Baptiste Pillain
PhD Graduate
Baptiste obtained his PhD in June 2017 within the CyVi group. He developed a conceptual framework with indicators and associated methods for decision making support, enabling the incorporation of sustainable development issues in the creation of a carbon fibers reinforced plastic recycling network, primarily from the aviation but also from other sectors such as wind energy and automotive or sport and leisure.
Eskinder Gemechu
Post-Doc
Eskinder worked with the CYVI Group to develop methods of assessing resource criticality and supply risk of raw materials around the world. His work culminated in the development of new indicators and characterization factors for the use in life-cycle assessment to measure geopolitical supply risk of raw materials. These methods were applied to several case studies including electric vehicles and developing countries.
Amandine Foulet
PhD Graduate
Amandine defended her PhD thesis on the 9th of October 2015. Her research project was based on the collaboration between the CYVI Group and C2M, which is mainly focused on synthesizing novel materials. The main objective her thesis was finding sustainable and green-chemistry processes for the production of porous materials. Specifically this involved the comparison of bio-based porous materials to those made from petrochemicals. To achieve that goal, life cycle assessment was applied throughout the preparation at laboratory scale so it could be used as an eco-design tool.
Michael Tsang
PhD Graduate
Michael's former research projects included benefit and risk analysis of nanotechnologies, with a particular focus on organic photovoltaic technologies employing fullerene nanomaterials. This work was at the intersection of life-cycle assessment and risk assessment and the means in which two methods can be integrated for the assessment of engineered nanomaterials.
Marion Princaud
Marion was a prior Post-Doc researcher with the I2M and CYVI Group where she worked on the ecodesign of building materials such as veneer products and wooden structures. She also worked on the sustainable management of composite materials such as the recycling and solvolysis of carbon fibers and other thermoset matrices.
Luciano Viana
2nd-Year Master's Level Intern
Luciano was a bachelor student who is interested in pursuing a master's degree in environmental engineering. His mission focused on the aspects of social life cycle assessment and market acceptance. The aims of his mission were to quantify the potential of job creation and define the level of acceptance market for the aeronautical composites recycling sector.
Charlotte Clerquin
2nd-Year Master's Level Intern
Charlotte was a master student in production and transformation of agro-ressources. She is interested in innovative biobased products. During her internship, she focused on life-cycle assessment relating to the sustainable chemistry of the maritime pine, where she analysed the integration of porous materials based on black liquor in paper mill industries.
Kalaivani Ponnan
2nd-Year Master's Level Intern
Kalaivani was a master’s degree student in eco-design. She was in collaboration with Veolia Île-de-France on the LCA of the nanofiltration plant by expanding the boundaries of the system and by taking into account the benefits of softened water for the users at home.