Cambioscop-funded team

Lorie Hamelin
Lorie HamelinSenior Researcher
LISBP – Principal Investigator
Make Our Planet Great Again Laureate
Tél. : +33 (0)641580627
Patrick Brassard
Patrick BrassardPostdoc
LISBP
Tél. : +33(0)5 61 55 97 91
Shivesh Karan
Shivesh KaranPostdoc
LISBP
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PhD student
PhD student
LISBP
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21 permanent researchers involved

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Aras AHMADI
Aras AHMADIResearcher
LISBP
Tél. : +33 (0) 561559782
Sandrine ALFENORE
Sandrine ALFENOREResearcher
LISBP
Tél. : +33(0)5 61 55 97 59
Julie AUBERGER
Julie AUBERGERResearch engineer
INRA – Sol Agro et hydrosystème Spatialisation
Tél. : +33(0)2 23 48 70 42
Joël AUBIN
Joël AUBINResearcher
INRA – Sol Agro et hydrosystème Spatialisation
Tél. : +(33) 02 23 48 70 42
Laure Bamiere
Laure BamiereScientist
INRA-Économie publique
Tel : +33 (0)1 30 81 59 12
Ligia Barna
Ligia BarnaProfessor INSA
LISBP
Tél. : +33 (0) 5 61 55 97 88
Xavier CAMELEYRE
Xavier CAMELEYREResearch engineer
LISBP
Tél. : +33(0)5 62 25 01 42
Claire DUMAS
Claire DUMASINRA research scientist
LISBP
Tél. : +33(0)5 67 04 88 49
Maria-Aurora FERNANDEZ
Maria-Aurora FERNANDEZProfessor INSA
LISBP
Tél. : +33 (0) 5 61 55 97 50
Jean-marie FRANCOIS
Jean-marie FRANCOISPRCE - INSA
LISBP
Tél. : +33 (0)5 62 83 23 89
Christelle GUIGUI
Christelle GUIGUIProfessor INSA
LISBP
Tél. : +33 (0)5 61 55 97 90
Stéphane GUILLOUET
Stéphane GUILLOUETProfessor INSA
LISBP
Tél. : +33(0)5 61 55 94 47
Pascal GUIRAUD
Pascal GUIRAUDProfessor INSA
LISBP
Tél. : +33(0)561559686
Gilles HEBRARD
Gilles HEBRARDProfessor INSA
LISBP
Tél. : +33(0)5.61.55.97.89
Etienne PAUL
Etienne PAULProfessor INSA
LISBP
Tél. : +33(0)5 61 55 97 72
Sebastien POMMIER
Sebastien POMMIERResearch engineer INSA
LISBP
Tél. : +33(0)5 61 55 92 84
Vincent REQUILLART
Vincent REQUILLART Researcher INRA
TSE
Tél. : +33(0)5 61 12 86 07
Arnaud REYNAUD
Arnaud REYNAUDResearcher INRA
TSE
Tél. : +33(0)5 61 12 85 12
Mathieu SPERANDIO
Mathieu SPERANDIOProfessor INSA
LISBP
Tél. : +33(0)5 61 55 97 55
Hayo van der WERF
Hayo van der WERFResearch engineer
INRA – Sol Agro et hydrosystème Spatialisation
Tél. : +33(0)2 23 48 57 09

International Collaboration

University: Aarhus/CBIO, Copenhagen, Utrecht, Hohenheim, Chalmers, Cranfield, KIT, Minnesota (GLI), Aberdeen

Others: JRC-Sevilla, VTT,IIASA, IINAS, LUKE, SEI, Ellen McArthurFoundation, DG-RTD, United Nations Sust. Dev. Network, WRI

Advisor board :

  • Paul West
  • Uwe Fritsche
  • Davide Tonini
  • Tevecia Ronzon
  • Michael O’Donohue
  • Uffe Jorgensen
  • Jorgen Olesen
  • Li Shen
  • Birka Wicke
  • Detlef van Vuuren

Integration in the host laboratory

CAMBIOSCOP project will be carried at the Laboratory of Biological Systems and Chemical Engineering (LISBP; UMR INSA Toulouse, INRA, CNRS). Developing bioeconomy competences is a long-term objective of LISBP and the lab gathers multi-disciplinary research teams working on a variety of bioeconomy applications. Particularly relevant to this proposal are, among others, the development of lignin biorefineries, the production of biobased aviation fuels, the development of non-fossil routes for the industrial production of methionine, new extraction & dehydration processes optimizing grass bio-refineries throughput and bio-polymer production from industrial wastewater.

Through its numerous collaborations with biotechnology and other French prominent companies (e.g. Adisseo, Groupe Limagrain, Airbus), LISBP further offers access to an industrial network and to theTWB biotechnology demonstrator, that could validate/comment some of the LCA data used in the project. In a nutshell, the vision is that the LISBP expertise on process engineering will be fully involved in RO2 for process modelling (upscaling, flow balance, process optimization) and integration in value chains (flowsheeting). In addition, RO3 will build upon the DyPLCA platform recently built at LISBP for dynamic carbon accounting.

Yet, LISBP does not have expertise with agro-ecological modelling, i.e. upstream aspects of the supply chain, including soil carbon and land use changes modelling. I will bring precisely this, in addition to core competences with consequential LCA (e.g. accounting for counterfactual uses of by-products and constrained resources), system integration (agriculture with renewable energy and waste management) and GIS.

Through LISBP close links with Toulouse School of Economics (TSE), experts in economic sustainability will be involved in the project (RO6). Through this interaction, I will bring important contributions in integrating economic and LCA sustainability models towards a cutting-edge understanding of how to sustainably develop bioeconomy in France. With its INRA affiliation, LISBP further facilitates the interactions with other INRA research groups through France also tackling bio-economy/agro-ecology issues. I will play a key role in cementing these interactions.

Concretely, research contributions will be performed by a total of 20 professors, senior & junior researchers and engineers from LISBP (RO2), TSE (RO6), INRA-Rennes (integration of results to and from the MEANS platform; RO1), and INRA-Grignon (RO1), respectively (see financial appendix for details). This combination of skills covering the whole supply chain is really rare among research units working on bioeconomy and yet absolutely necessary in order to implement a sustainable integrated vision for bioeconomy. The vision is to establish a unique carbon management research line, at the interface between circular- and bioeconomy.

Partners

ANR
University toulouse
MOPGA
University toulouse
INRA Toulouse
University toulouse
INRA Toulouse
INRA Toulouse
CNRS Midi-Pyrénées
IAR