The Institute on Environmental Sciences in a few words
The Institute on Environmentl Sciences IRePSE (Institut de Recherches Pluridisciplinaires en Sciences de l’Environnement) is a Research Federation (a cluster of Laboratories or Research Departments) of the University of Lille founded in 2010
The main purpose of the Institute is to promote and coordinate multidisciplinary reserach activities that are developed in the field of Environmental Sciences on a diverse range of topics covering atmosperic sciences, the study of natural environments (i.e. soils and aquatic environments), the state of their pollution, ecosystems, their structure and biodiversity dynamics, geosciences and paleobiodiversity, environmental hazards and their relation to nature and our society.
The scientific fields of the Institute are multidisciplinary and cover a number of expertises that ae present in the University of Lille on Environmental studies and involve personnel that has experience in a diverse array of scientific fields : plant and animal biology and ecology, environmental Physics and Chemistry, Earth Sciences and Plaeontology.
Head : Prof. Taniel Danelian (SN5 building; tel. 03 20 33 61 08)
Deputy : Coralie Schoemaecker (C11 building; tel. 03 20 33 72 66)
Steering Comittee : Xavier Vekemans (EEP), Jérôme Riedi (ICARE), Gabriel Billon (LASIR), Alain Leprêtre (LGCgE), Philippe Dubuisson (LOA), Virginie Gaullier (LOG), Benjamin Hanoune (PC2A), Jean-Marc Loguidice (IMPECS), Cristian Focsa (PhLAM).
Secretary : Sadio Soumare (C11 building; tel. 03 20 33 64 26)