Air Quality and Mobility

Air Quality and Mobility

A European Project on Air Quality and Mobility in the Rennes Metropolis Area
Approach & Results
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A month, a partner: UCit

CTO of UCit, Benjamin Depardon has a dual background of engineer and IT researcher: first an engineer at Lyon INSA, he obtained his Master and then Doctorate from the Lyon’s Ecole Normale Supérieure in the domain of HPC (High Performance Computing) and management of distributed heterogenous computational environments such as …

A month, a partner: AmpliSIM

Co-Founder and CEO of AmpliSIM, Olivier Oldrini is an innovation and environmental science enthusiast. Engineer by training and particularly interested in small-scale weather modeling and air quality, he co-founded AmpliSIM with Sylvie Perdriel in order to democratize the use of simulation.

A month, a partner: Air Breizh

Within the AQMO project, our partner Air Breizh is represented by Manuel Chevé. First having worked for about fifteen years in an IT services company, he is now responsible for all IT and digital aspects at Air Breizh – the association in charge of air quality monitoring in region Brittany, …

A month, a partner: Keolis Rennes

Within the AQMO project, our partner Keolis Rennes is represented by Jérôme Champenois. Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Head of Innovation at Keolis Rennes, he first started his computer engineer career with project management, then with that of the Information Systems Division, and is now in charge of Innovation since …