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CONFERENCE ANNIVERSAIRE - Energie : Défis et perspectives

Energie: Défis et perspectives

Conférence anniversaire des 10 ans de l’IMéRA

L'IMéRA célèbrera son 10ème anniversaire au cours de la prochaine année académique 2018-2019. En cette occasion, l'institut organise une série de conférences couvrant les grands thèmes de ses quatre programmes (Art, science et société ; Méditerranée ; Interdisciplinarité, et  Phénomènes globaux et régulation). Les célébrations débuteront par un colloque sur "Energie: défis et perspectives", qui réunira des experts éminents dans tous les domaines de recherche sur l'énergie, allant des sciences dures à l'économie, en passant par le droit et la sociologie, ce qui constitue une excellente opportunité de favoriser les échanges interdisciplinaires et transdisciplinaires dans ce domaine.

Programme :

Wednesday, November 7th 2018

12:30- 14 Welcome buffet lunch

14-15                    Institutional opening with high representatives of Aix-Marseille University and national and international IMéRA’s partners

15:15-17             Round-table: The energy transition and energy-mix strategies

Chair: Ted Loch-Temzelides, Rice University, Fellow at the Baker Institute at Houston and 2018-2019 IMéRA fellow

17-17:30 Coffee break

17:30-19 - SESSION 1

  • Marie Lamoureux, Faculty of law, Aix-Marseille University

Building Sustainable Energy Law: Challenges & Prospects

  • Ted Loch-Temzelides, department of economics, Rice University, Fellow at the Baker Institute at Houston, and 2018-2019 IMéRA fellow

Renewable technology adoption and the macroeconomy

  • Paul Lucchese, Deputy director of Capenergies International Energy Agency Hydrogen cooperation programme Chair

The role of hydrogen in an optimized and sustainable energy system

20:30 Conference dinner

Thursday, November 8th 2018

9-10:30 - SESSION 2

  • Mathieu Arnoux, Director LIED (Paris Interdisciplinary Energy Research Institute)

Energy as a global issue, a research field or a set of disciplinary object. Concrete prospectives from the experience of an interdisciplinary institute

  • Hervé Bercegol , Senior scientist, CEA (Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission), Paris-Saclay

The interdisciplinary foundations of the SUNRISE project

  • Pierre Fournier, Mediterranean Laboratory of Sociology (LAMES), Aix-Marseille University

Why did we have to wait so long for a meeting of science and technology with the social sciences about energy?

10:30-11 Coffee break

11-12:30 - SESSION 3

  • Nicola Armaroli, Research director, Institute for Organic Syntheses and Photoreactivity (ISOF), Bologna

The challenges of the Great Transition

  • Christian Grisolia, Senior scientist, CEA (Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission)

Why fusion energy needs a comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach: the example of tritium   

economy in tokamak

  • Ken Medlock, Senior director, Center of Energy Studies, the Baker Institute of Public Policy, Houston

The role of shale in the global energy transition

12:30-14 Buffet lunch

14-15:45 – ROUND TABLE: Energy in the Mediterranean

       Chair: Raouf Boucekkine, IMéRA director

15:45-16:15 Coffee break

16:15-17:45 - SESSION 4

  • Rick Van der Ploeg, Research Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Resource Rich Economies (OxCarre), University of Oxford

Pricing Carbon under Climatic and Economic Risks: Implications of the Paris Agreement

  • Svetlana Ikonnikova, Research Scientist and Senior Energy Economist in the Bureau of Economic Geology at The University of Texas at Austin

Resources, Technology, and Economics: The Future of the U.S. Shale Resources

  • Rabah Arezki, Chief Economist, World Bank, MENA region

Energy transition in an era of low fossil energy prices

Closure of the conference

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