Our team

Organization

The team of the COP2 Étudiante works following a well-defined organization and is also supported by several institutions. The core of the association is an executive board made up of three gap-year students, who are working together with around fifty students organized in specific teams. The Steering Committee meets periodically to review their most significant decisions. Last but not least, we work closely with a Scientific Committee made up of researchers who discuss the topics that will be covered during the event.

A Team

About fifty members!

Steering Committee

   The Steering Committee (in French Comité de Pilotage, aka COPIL) is the COP2 Étudiante’s decision-making body. It monitors the project and decides of its general direction by reviewing the decisions taken by the executive board and the operations management teams. It is made up of around fifteen students representing the different organizing schools and universities.  The association’s executive board is also part of the Steering Committee.

Our ambassadors

   A network of ambassadors, representatives of their university, school or academic training, is in charge of promoting the project and creating local student delegations that will be invited to the event. The ambassadors work closely with the “Ambassadors Team”. Their role is to:

– Représenter leur école/université/formation ;

Spread information about the project to their community to advertise the project;

Hire new ambassadors in other schools/universities;

Keep up with the discussions and progress of the project.

Become ambassador

Scientific Committee

The Scientific Committee (in French Comité Scientifique) is in charge of guaranteeing the scientific quality of the topics that will be covered during the COP2 Étudiante and suggesting the intervention of speakers known to be experts in their field. The Committee works closely with the team in charge of hiring speakers, and meets several times ahead of the event to review the proposals for the topics that may be covered. The Committee’s members were chosen to represent various fields of study that will complement one another: Politics, Law, Engineering, IT, Agronomics, Ecology, Economics, Sociology ...

Members of the scientific committee
Sabine LAVOREL

Centre de Recherches Juridiques

Droit des changements climatique, justice et diplomatie climatiques.

Basile HECTOR

IGE – Institut des Géosciences de l’Environnement
IRD – Institut de Recherche pour le Développement

Chercheur en hydrologie de la Zone Critique intertropicale.

Séverine LOUVEL

PACTE

Études sociales des sciences.

Olivier BOISSIN

CREG Université intégrée de Grenoble-Alpes

Domaine de recherche sur les politiques d’innovation en Chine.

Violaine COMBE

Centre efficacité énergétique des systèmes (CES) Mines ParisTech

Ingénieure de recherche et sociologue de l’énergie.

Wilfried THUILLER

Laboratoire d’écologie alpine (LECA, UMR CNRS-Univ. Grenoble Alpes-Univ, Univ. Savoie Mont Blanc)

Spécialiste sur les questions de biodiversités, et les conséquences des changements planétaires.

Odile BLANCHARD

GAEL

Economie de l’énergie et du climat.

Nicolas BUCLET

UMR PACTE

Ecologie Territoriale, réflexions sur les conditions nécessaires à une trajectoire durable.

Sophie MADELRIEUX

INRAE

Laboratoire EcoSystèmes et Sociétés en Montagne.
Agronomie (interactions filières agricoles et territoires).

Geremy PANTHOU

IGE

Climat
Hydrologie

Nelly VALLANCE

Cross-disciplinary program Eco-SESA, Smart energies in districts.

Thomas REVERDY

Laboratoire PACTE

Economie circulaire
Transition énergétique

INRIA

Numérique

Frédéric Wurtz

CNRS G2Elab

Énergie électrique et transition énergétique

G-SCOP

Génie industriel

IEPG, CRDP

Droit

G2ELab, INP

Génie électrique

CEA

Technologies

IEPG, GAEL

Économie


Sciences Po Grenoble, Pacte

Science politique

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