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Thomas LEROY

Project Manager Storage and Energy Systems for Sustainable Mobility
Thomas Leroy is graduated from ESSTIN and received the PhD degree in Control theory and Mathematics from the Ecole des Mines ParisTech, France, in 2010. He joined IFPEN as control research engineer on
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Pierre MICHEL

Mobility modeling and analysis research engineer
Pierre Michel obtained in 2015 a PhD from Université d’Orléans for his thesis work on Hybrid Electric Vehicle energy management. After a post-doc at Argonne National Laboratory on Connected and
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Gilles Bruneaux

Head of department, PhD in Energetics,
Optical Diagnostics for Engine Combustion specialist
Engineering degree from Ecole Centrale Paris in 1992. PhD on combustion modeling in internal combustion engines at IFPEN/Ecole Centrale Paris, 1996. National accreditation to supervise research (HDR)
Issues and Foresight

Connected and driverless vehicles

Connected vehicles, driverless vehicles, new mobility needs: a revolution is under way in the world of transport. These new smart transport methods explained. What is a connected vehicle? The advantages of connected vehicles What does the future hold for connected vehicles? Driverless vehicles
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Innovation and Industry

Our strengths

CONNECTED Mobility Our strengths A team of more than 35 people and recognized Data Science expertise. A dedicated subsidiary: DriveQuant, specialized in driving analysis web services. A stake in the start-up La Compagnie des Mobilités to support the development of the Geovelo app. A platform collecting web services developed by
Connected vehicles
Innovation and Industry

Our networks

CONNECTED mobility Our networks EUROPEAN COLLABORATIONS POLIS: a European network supporting innovation in the local transport sector IFPEN is part of POLIS, a network of around 80 members including towns/cities, European regions and research players to support the development of innovative and sustainable technologies and policies in the local transport
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Our solutions

CONNECTED mobility Our solutions IFPEN is contributing to the decarbonization of day-to-day mobility through the development, on behalf of the French State, territories, the general public and road professionals, of connected services and applications capable of measuring the environmental footprint of transport (CO2, energy and pollutants) and thus encouraging improvements
Connected vehicles
Innovation and Industry

Connected mobility

Connected mobility OVERVIEW AND CHALLENGES At a time when mobility is evolving to address the objectives of decarbonization, mobility data represent crucially important resources. Even before the advent of driverless vehicles, it is necessary to be able to understand, analyze and, indeed, predict major events (Covid-19, natural disasters, pollution, etc.)
Sustainable mobility
Innovation and Industry

Sustainable mobility

Reducing CO2 and pollutant emissions, diversifying energy sources and incorporating the evolution in transport modes: these are the challenges associated with sustainable mobility for industry. IFPEN channels its expertise into addressing this triple challenge, within the framework of the IFPEN Transports Energie Carnot Institute. Its technological offer is structured around
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Innovation and Industry

IFPEN Transports Energie Carnot Institute

The IFPEN Transports Energie Carnot Institute, a member of the Carnot network for more than 15 years! The IFPEN Transports Energie Carnot Institute was awarded the “Carnot Institute” label by the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation as soon as it was launched, in 2006. It has been