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Pascal Longuemare has been appointed Director of IFP School's Powertrain and Sustainable Mobility Center, replacing Pierre Duret, who has taken retirement.
Pascal Longuemare, 51, is an engineer from Polytech Lille, with a doctorate in mechanics and materials from the University of Lille. He is a scientific associate at the UMONS Faculty of Engineering in Belgium.
Pascal Longuemare joined IFP Energies nouvelles in 1996 as a research engineer in the Applied Mechanics Division. From 1998, he was in charge of industrial projects and then seconded to Total. In 2001, Pascal Longuemare became head of the Geomechanics Department, and then in 2004, head of the Mechanical Engineering Department focusing on the development of technologies for energy resources, transport and processes. During this period, he was also project manager and took charge of two IFPEN cross-functional assignments dedicated to the optimization of production processes.
Since 2013, Pascal Longuemare has been head of the Experimentation Department, focusing primarily on the design of technological equipment and the characterization and qualification of materials, fluids and processes at the laboratory scale.
About IFP School
As an integral part of IFPEN, IFP School is specialized in providing students and young professionals from all over the world with training at master or doctoral levels. It meets the needs of industry and society, particularly in terms of innovation and sustainable development, and prepares its students to be players in the energy transition of the 21st century. Its programs in the field of powertrains and sustainable mobility are dedicated to clean hybrid, electric and IC powertrains and the connected vehicles of tomorrow. The courses aim to provide an in-depth understanding of the entire powertrain, from combustion to integration in the vehicle, optimize the use of products (fuels, combustibles, lubricants) and reduce CO2 emissions. www.ifp-school.com
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