Mathematical and energy modeler and Operations Researcher, has a Ph.D. from UC Berkeley (1971). He was professor of Management Science at McGill University (Montreal, Canada) from 1970 to 2001, and is now emeritus professor at that same institution. He has 30 years of experience in energy and environment modeling and analysis, and is author or co-author of more than 70 scientific articles, book chapters, and monographs. Richard Loulou was Lead Author for the 2007 Peace Nobel Prize winning Intergovernmental panel on climate change (IPCC), and continues to collaborate with the IPCC through the Integrated Assessment Modeling Consortium and the special working group on global climate scenarios. He and his team have been prime developers of the ETSAP suite of models based on the TIMES and MARKAL paradigms. His current activities focus on Research and Policy Analysis projects with the European Commission, as well as the French and US governments. Most of the recent projects have been in collaboration with a broad network of research organizations and individuals from North American, European, and Asian countries.
- Maryse Labriet
- Denise VAN-REGEMORTER
- GianCarlo TOSATO
- Maurizio GARGIULO
Our team has access to a broad network of other organizatins and individuals with expertise in various fields related to mathematical and economic modeling and analysis.
- ORDECSYS (Alain Haurie, Jean-Philippe Vial)
- GERAD (Georges Zaccour, Michele Breton, Jean-Philippe Waaub)
- IRG Ltd (Gary Goldstein, Pat Delaquil, Evelyn Wright)