Our team

Organization

The team of the COP2 Étudiante works following a well-defined organization and is also supported by several institutions. Le coeur de l’association est une équipe coordinatrice, composée d’étudiant·e·s en césure et de services civiques, qui travaille à l’aide d’une trentaine d’élèves grenoblois répartis dans différents pôles. 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 coordinating team

Florent VINCE

Président
Référent des pôles Logistique & Communication

florent.vince@cop2etudiante.org
+ 33 7 81 77 51 45

Actuellement en césure de mon cursus d’ingénieur à Grenoble INP – Ense3, je mets, depuis ma sensibilisation aux problématiques socio-écologiques, mes compétences et mon énergie au service de l’information et de la mise en place d’actions concrètes en faveur d’une transition écologique viable et intelligente.

Manon BEREND

Referent of the Festival pole

manon.berend@cop2etudiante.org


As a graduate with a master's degree in innovation management from the IAE in Grenoble, I wanted to get involved in the transition to a more environmentally friendly world.

Quentin TAUPIN

Referent of the COP pole

quentin.taupin@cop2etudiante.org


Diplômé de Grenoble INP – Ense3 et d’un master en “Space Physics” de KTH à Stockholm, je suis aussi bénévole dans le projet Up For Europe. Pour faire face à l’ampleur du risque systémique que constituent les enjeux socio-écologiques et adopter un modèle de société résilient, il est, à mon avis, primordial d’accélérer la transformation profonde de l’enseignement, car c’est là que tout commence.

Tim DRAIJER

Referent of the Forum pole

tim.draijer@cop2etudiante.org


With a Master's degree in European Governance from Sciences Po Grenoble and the University of Konstanz, I am involved in local politics and energy transition.
Of Dutch origin, I am active in promoting the use of bicycles.

And more than 40 volunteers!

Steering Committee

   The Steering Committee (COPIL) is the decision-making body of the Student COP2. It ensures the follow-up of the project and controls its global orientation by validating the decisions taken by the coordinating team and the organizational poles. It is composed of about fifteen students representing the different schools and universities organizing the COP2 Student.  It also includes the coordinating team of the association.

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:

- Represent their school/university/training ;

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 ...

Martial BALLAND

Interdisciplinary Physics Laboratory

Research on the architecture of living systems.

Olivier BOISSIN

Teacher-researcher Grenoble-INP laboratory CREG (UGA).

Industrial and innovation economy in China.

Violaine COMBE

Microenterprise

Engineering in Energy Systems and Markets and Consultancy in Sociology of Energy

Rémi ENGELBRECHT

Grenoble School of Management (GEM)

Management of the ecological transition.

Dorian GUINARD

CESICE Laboratory

Competition Law
Environmental Law
Asylum law

Benoît HINGRAY

IGE (Institut des Géosciences de l’Environnement)

Variabilité Hydroclimatique
Ressources et risques hydrométéorologiques
Accès à l’électricité en zones isolées 
Energies Renouvelables variables 

Sacha HODENCQ

G2Elab

Open Science Practices for Designing Energy Systems for Transition - Low-Tech

Samuel MORIN

CNRM, Météo-France - CNRS, Centre d'Etudes de la Neige, Grenoble, France.

Studies of mountain snowpack from weather to climate scales, and analysis of the socio-economic impacts of past and future changes.

Sophie QUINTON

INRIA Grenoble

Software

Thomas REVERDY

PACTE Laboratory

Circular economy
Energy Transition

Delphine RIU

G2Elab

Hybrid energy production systems (storage and energy source).
Stability of energy microarrays.
Use of 2nd life batteries.

Peggy ZWOLINSKI

G-SCOP Laboratory

Consideration of environmental impacts in production systems (Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), ecodesign, circular economy, recycling, remanufacturing, product systems).

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