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Advisory Board

IFP School’s higher education activities are guided by an independent body, the Advisory Board, composed of representatives from industry and other higher education establishments.

This educational and strategic advisory body meets every six months.

Representing industry

 
  • Antonio Bassi, Process and Technologies Manager, Saipem
  • Rémi Bastien, Director of Research, Advanced Studies and Materials, Renault
  • Guillaume Devauchelle, R&D Director, Valeo
  • Jean-François Dussoulier, Public & Government Affairs Manager, ESSO
  • Philippe Marcus, Deputy Vice-President, Exploration-Production, Gaz de France
  • Thierry Parmentier, Human Resources Director, Technip
  • Olivier Peyret, Vice-President Microseismic Surface Monitoring, Schlumberger
  • Laurence Storelli, Recruitment Director, Total
  • Arnd Wilhelms, Vice-President Petroleum Technology, Statoil ASA
 
 

Representing higher education and research

 
  • Hervé Biausser, Director of the École supérieure d'électricité (Supélec) and the École Centrale de Paris
  • Dominique Bonvin, Professor at the École polytechnique fédérale of Lausanne
  • Bernard Leduc, Professor at the Université Libre of Brussels, Director of the Applied Mechanics Department
  • Alain Storck, Director of the Université de technologie of Compiègne
 
 

Representing alumni

 
  • Nathlie Brunelle, Vice President, Strategy, Development and Research, Refining & Chemicals Division, Total
  • Isabelle Gaildraud, Human Resources Director, Total E&P
  • Patrice Marez, Head of the Design, Systems, Powertrain and Transmission entity at PSA Peugeot Citroën
  • Jean-Baptiste Renard, Energy Consultant

   
  
As of April 7, 2015

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Key figure

80%
   
of IFP School students are sponsored and funded by industrial partners

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31%
  
of women made up the 2016 intake: a number that has been rising in recent years

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More than 21,000
   
participants from 148 countries signed up for the 2nd Oil & Gas MOOC developed in partnership with Total

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13 000
This is the number of IFP School alumni currently working in the energy and transport sectors in more than 100 countries