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Dr. Florence Lefebvre-Joud

Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA)


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CEA Research Director in the field of Materials for Energy & Hydrogen In charge of National and International Academic Partnerships for Liten Coordination of French research program on “Ceramic cells for High Temperature Electrolysis”
Dr. Florence Lefebvre-Joud
Dr. Florence Lefebvre-Joud

Dr. Florence Lefebvre-Joud

Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA)


フランス

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1989PhD in Material Science, INSA Lyon
1989-1990PECHINEY research Center in Voreppe France
1991-1999CEA Grenoble: Nuclear Energy Division
1997Habilitation, Grenoble INP
2000-CEA Grenoble: Renewable Energy Institute, LITEN
2018Validation of the annual cycle of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Society (IHEST)

Message for RD20

RD20 is a unique forum gathering R&D organisations from five continents and recognized scientists sharing a common ambition for the protection of our planet and the mitigation of global warming.  

As each country is facing different geographical, political and economic conditions, climate change mitigation will never rely on one solution coming from one country but rather on a portofolio of different solutions adapted to each local situation. And it is worth highlighting that a large proportion of these technological solutions are still under development in research labs, which gives researchers a major responsibility and a leading role.    

While social appropriation of these technologies constitutes an essential lever for the success of society decarbonization, codes and standards together with the calculation of environmental impact need also to be updated and shared to support the deployment of these technologies.

RD20 offers the possibility to scientific teams, from different disciplinary fields, to join forces for learning about all local situations, for developing common understanding and approaches, for training the next generation of researchers and contribute together reaching carbon neutrality by 2050.