Research TEAM

Research professors

Research team at EME Unilasalle – Cyclann

Aude-Valérie JUNG : has a Ph.D. in geosciences from the Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine (INPL), specialized in water chemistry and engineer of the Ecole Nationale Superieure de Chimie de Mulhouse. She has been a teacher-researcher at EME Unilasalle since October 2007. Aude has received the Habilitation to Lead Research (HDR). This accreditation recognizes Aude’s scientific high level, the originality of her approach in a field of science, her ability to master a research strategy in a sufficiently broad scientific or technological field and her ability to supervise young researchers. She is also an associate researcher at the LERES Laboratory of the EHESP (Ecole des Hautes Etudes de la Santé Publique)
of Rennes.

She is also responsible for engineering work in the EME Unilasalle Environmental Engineering Masters.

Themes of Research: Chemistry – environmental health, characterization of natural waters, organic matter, optical
methods (turbidity, UV spectrophotometry, fluorometry).

Email : aude-valerie.jung@unilasalle.fr

 

Jean-Baptiste BAHERS : A teacher-researcher, engineer and PhD in geography and spatial planning from LISSTCIEU at the University of Toulouse II Le Mirail. His thesis was on the dynamics of recovery and recycling sectors and territorial ecology. He has been a teacher and researcher of environmental assessments at EME Rennes since January
2013. Themes of Research: Regionalization of European and French policies regarding waste management, chain analysis of waste management, and the development of industrial and territorial ecology.

Email: vincent.augiseau@unilasalle.fr

 

Anne CIKANKOWITZ : Teacher-researcher and engineer from the Ecole des Mines d’Alès and Doctor of Science and Environmental Engineering from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne (2008) where she specialized in environmental management and methods of environmental assessment (LCA, carbon footprint, MTD, ecological footprint, ISO 14000). After completing a PhD on the development of a methodology for assessing environmental performance via the best available techniques, she did a post-doctorate at the IFREMER on comparative analysis of the environmental performance of recycling channels of by-products of the sea by LCA. She is responsible for Sustainable Development at EME Unilasalle.
Themes of Research: Environmental Evaluations, Best Available Techniques, and Sustainable Development

Email: anne.cikankowitz@unilasalle.fr

Hayet DJELAL : Teacher-researcher at EME Unilasalle since 1992, Doctorate in Chemistry from the Université de Rennes 1, specializing in biotechnologies and engineering at l’Ecole Nationale Polytechnique d’Alger, sanitation engineering. She was the coordinator of research projects from 2009 to 2011 and responsible for engineering work in the EME Unilasalle Environmental Engineering Masters. Specialized in the field of recovery and biological treatment of water and waste, she is also an associate researcher of chemistry and process engineering at the Ecole Nationale Superieure de Chimie de Rennes. Themes of Research: Biological treatment of effluents, biogas, industrial effluents (leachates, effluents from agrofood activities, organic waste, etc.) valorizing biomass.

Email : hayet.djelal@unilasalle.fr

 

Abdoulaye KANE : Teacher-researcher at EME Unilasalle since September 2012, he holds a PhD in Process and Product Engineering from the Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine (INPL). He is associated with the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Rennes. In his post-doctoral work at the ENSCR, he worked on the VOC Heat Pump Process (PAMPAC) program, financed by the ADEME and ENSCR in partnership with CNAM-CIAT and the firm, Prosim. Themes of Research: VOC, adsorption energy, process intensification, gas treatments.

Email : abdoulaye.kane@unilasalle.fr

 

Catherine RICORDEL : Teacher-researcher at EME Unilasalle since 1995, she has a doctorate in chemical sciences from the University of Rennes. She specializes in the treatment of industrial effluents by electrochemistry, and she is responsible for analyzing issues of lifecycles. She is an associate researcher of the chemistry and process engineering team at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Rennes. Themes of Research: Electrochemical treatments, industrial effluents, nano-particules, LCA.

Email: catherine.ricordel@unilasalle.fr