He is currently PhD student. Here is his research project:
"To study and plan the energy transition, innovative interdisciplinary approaches are needed. In energy models developed by engineers, the variations of important economic parameters are generally neglected. On the other hand, environmental constraints, such as the availability and accessibility of energy, are poorly incorporated into standard macroeconomic models. The goal of my thesis is to couple models from those two disciplines in order to propose more complete and more realistic scenarios for the energy transition. My research questions are, namely:
- “What are the macroeconomic dynamics which would be generated by an ambitious energy transition, both at the global level and at the level of an individual country ?”
- “How should energy system planning be adapted in order to account for economic considerations and financial constraints ?”
- “In what ways do the answers to the first two questions differ for a developed country and for an emerging economy ?” "