Trained in design at the ENSCI-Les Ateliers and the Boulle school, Laura Pandelle has specialised for 10 years in the accompaniment of social innovation and public policy projects, at the crossroads between design, investigative practices and political science.
After a long partnership with the association La 27e Région, she now collaborates with different collectives on issues of social transformation, through public action, but also through local development and artistic projects of territory.
PhD in management sciences from the University of Grenoble, specialist in innovation, Senior Lecturer at the University Côte d'Azur.
My research in management and management sciences focuses on the emergent nature of organizational strategies and the role of humans and non-humans in these processes at different levels of the organization, including middle management and employee levels. It is on the development and diffusion of innovations that are eco-compatible, or that support contemporary ecological and social challenges, that I express these theoretical interests. Passionate about qualitative methodologies and strong collaborative and process-oriented approaches, I value multidisciplinary approaches and interactions with practitioners in order to develop knowledge, practices or tools. My current research is mainly oriented towards the issue of agroecology and in particular the diffusion of alternatives to chemical pesticides. I am also involved in the development of academic work aimed at proposing alternative research methods.
Victor Petit has been Assistant Professor at the University of Technology of Troyes (ICD-CREIDD) since 2019. He is also associate researcher at the Coscteh laboratory (University of Technology of Compiègne) and co-head of the IMEDD Master.
After a thesis in philosophy and history of science on the concept of environment (University of Paris VII, 2009), his research is now at the crossroads of the philosophy of ecology and the philosophy of technology and design.
Expert for European Commission (INEA, H2020), for ADEME (French Agency for Environment & Energy), advisor for several corporate firms, Gabriel is the creator of the FabMob (la Fabrique des Mobilités) dedicated to open source and mobility which aims at to foster a new common culture.
Writer, speaker and teacher, he aims to inspire major transitions in the field of mobility.
Josée Provençal holds a PhD in political science (University of Ottawa) and specializes in energy issues. She is a member of the Observatory on Post-Growth and Degrowth (University of Clermont-Ferrand, France) and of the scientific committee of Polémos, an independent research group on degrowth in Quebec, and collaborates with the Canada Research Chair on Urban Climate Action, She is the Executive Director of the International Research Centre for the Prevention of Child Soldiers (Dakhla, Morocco) and has just completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS), "urbanisation, culture et société" center. Her research and practice focuses on the political economy of energy, energy governance, just transition, extractivism and the power relations that accompany it, energy sufficiency, degrowth and the social relations that structure our energy consumption. More information on @JoProvencal