Rodolphe Meyer is graduate of "École Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles" (ESPCI) with one Erasmus year in Norway (NTNU) and PhD in environmental sciences. His PhD thesis deals with the life cycle impact assessment of road traffic noise on human health. He is now a scientific mediator through synthesis and bibliographic analysis works on environmental issues.
Séminaire du 26 Novembre 2019
Cité Descartes Champs sur Marne - Amphithéâtre Bienvenüe
CLÔTURE DES INSCRIPTION : VENDREDI 15 NOVEMBRE
Morning conferences 9.00 to 13.00
Rodolphe Meyer (Le Réveilleur)
Energy transition: an outlook
Anne Varet (ADEME)
Prospective scenario for energy transition and green growth in France
Oliver Heidrich (University of Newcastle)
Climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies and their impact on natural resources and environment
Antonio Nanni (University of Miami)
Sustainable and resilient concrete structures - composite reinforcement and sea water concrete
Afternoon coffee and poster session 14.00 to 15.00
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Anne Varet is currently Deputy Executive Director for Foresight and Research at ADEME. In particular, she is in charge of leading and coordinating ADEME's RDI strategy and related research programs, and ensuring their link with the prospective analysis led by the Directorate. Anne Varet is a member of the Scientific Councils of INRA, IFSTTAR, ENPC and FCBA…
Oliver Heidrich has worked for more than 10 years in the construction industry before receiving a first class honors degree in Civil Engineering from Saarbrucken University and in 2006 completed a PhD in Engineering and Psychology. He leads research in developing and applying environmental engineering and management principles so that Central and Local Government, companies and society at large understand and appreciate the consequences of their actions (or inactions) up and down the supply and value chain in a changing world.
Antonio Nanni is Inaugural Senior Scholar Professor and Chair, Department of Civil, Architectural and Environment Engineering at the University of Miami. His research interest includes construction materials and their structural performance and field application, including monitoring and renewal, with a focus on the sustainability of buildings and civil infrastructure. During the past 30 years, he has studied concrete and advanced composite-based systems as the principal investigator on a number of research projects sponsored by federal and state agencies and private industry.