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Problématiques transversales aux systèmes complexes. POST-DOC

Period: 2011 - 2014

This post-doc project aims at modelling at micro-level the expansion of firm’s networks within a system of cities. Multinational firms are developing their networks in an heterogenous geographical environment that they contribute to transform. Their networks are increasing according to transaction rules. Their location concentrates in cities, whose agglomeration economies tend to optimize the interactions between firms inside and between cities. Multinational firms being inserted in the (...)

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Modélisation multi agents pour la comparaison de structures urbaines engagées dans des trajectoires dynamiques différentes

Period: 2010-2012

This project aims at building a simulation platform (SimProcess) for experimenting and validating geographical models, including advanced computing functionalities as provided by the OpenMOLE platform (genetic algorithms, workflows, grid computing). Experiments are made on urban models that represents different relationships between cities and their environment (SimpopLocal and SimpopNet). Meanwhile, tools that may be useful for many researches are created, for exploring, validating and (...)

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Shopping in the Greater Paris in 2030

Period: December 2013 - December 2015

“Shopping in the Greater Paris in 2030. Commercial centralities, and urban change around the future ‘Grand Paris Express’ stations”, a research project launched in January 2014. The project is funded by the Paris Municipality as part of the call for projects “Paris 2030”. Coordinated by A. Fleury and M. Delage, this project focuses on commercial centralities in the Paris metropolis, in connection with the profound changes brought about by the future ‘Grand Paris Express’ network. How do commercial (...)

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Métabolisme régional : bilan de matières brutes, matériaux de construction

Durée : 2018

Dans le cadre de la préparation de son diagnostic « économie circulaire » et et de son action de prospective « déchets du BTP », la région Île-de-France a confié à l’UMR la réalisation de son bilan de matières brutes. L’analyse qui en découlera permettra de mieux comprendre le métabolisme francilien et les enjeux qui y sont attachés. Ce projet de recherche est mené sous la direction de Sabine (...)

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An analysis of construction materials in Île-de-France region (France) based on territorial ecology

Period: 2015-2017

Construction material flows play a major role in urban metabolism, being the second flow after water in terms of mass. In Ile-de-France (Paris region), construction wastes amount round 30 million tons (2010) whereas municipal wastes (domestic and domestic-like wastes) amount 5.6 million tons (2005). The increase in construction minerals consumption from the 1970s onwards is responsible for environmental problems that are critical today: local resource depletion, increasing transportation (...)

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The benefits of accessibility in the Grand Paris Express new transportation links project

Period: 2016 - 2019

This interdisciplinary project aims at getting a better modeling of density elasticity in larger metropolitan areas in France, in order to estimate the benefits of infrastructure costs. It involves economy (Marie Breuillé and Julie Le Gallo, INRIA), physics (Marc Barthélémy, CEA) and Geography and planning (Renaud Le Goix, Antonin Pavard, Anne Bretagnolle). Using original datasets on municipal operating costs, net densities, and detailled analysis of accessibility, the econometric study aims (...)

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GLOCALMAP

Period: 2017-2019

According to many research in geography, sociology and political sciences, globalization has induced a complex process of re-scaling, transforming all dimensions of social life. The idea generally admitted in a first stage of research postulated a kind of a short-cut of scales, linking local and global dynamics and weakening the role of other intermediate scales, and in particular the role of nation-state. But this initial paradigm has been further criticized on the basis of factual (...)

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Commercial dynamics and retailers’ strategies within several changing Parisian neighbourhoods

Period: 2016

Coordinated by Antoine Fleury and Matthieu Delage (ACP, UPEM), this research project aims to study commercial dynamics and retailers’ strategies within several Parisian neighbourhoods targeted by the “Politique de la Ville”, a set of policies intended to reduce social divides and inequalities. Funded by a public agency of the City of Paris, called SEMAEST, this study is based on a quantitative analysis of the retail landscape and a questionnaire survey in these neighborhoods. Its main (...)

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Enquête sur la mobilité des ménages en Seine-et-Marne

Period: april 2012 - september 2012

Ce contrat a été réalisé pour l’Institut d’aménagement et d’urbanisme d’Ile-de-France.
L’objet était principalement la réalisation d’enquêtes. Ces enquêtes ont été menées, principalement par deux stagiaires de master 2, sur les comportements de mobilités de deux catégories d’habitants d’espaces périurbains : les adolescents et les personnes âgées.
Cette recherche avait pour but de mieux comprendre les relations de proximité qui se nouent dans les périphéries (...)

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