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Research
Boost your research and find the answers to your questions! Ecostatis offers its expertise in the following topics:
Mobility

LCA of mobility

The mobility sector is rapidly changing, with the ermergence of new means of transport (electric vehicles) and new ways of travelling. These changes implies the revision of current functional units and the use of robust methodologies to compares these new transport means.
Consequential LCA

Consequential LCA

LCAs are usually focused on existing products or products that are currently developed. In this framework, practioners conduct so-called "attributional" LCAs. However, what happens when a decision, such as promoting a product at a large scale, affects other economic sectors or changes consumers habits? "Consequential" LCA is the solution to assess these situations.
Uncertainitiesand sensitivity

Uncertainties and sensitivity

LCA uses a large amound of data coming from various sources that can be associated with potential uncertainties. Besides, LCA is strongly dependent on the hypotheses that are made at the beginning and the results can therefore strongly vary by only changing one parameter. The search for uncertainty sources as well as their quantification and the accounting of variability and sensitivity of the results implies working across different domains, from LCA to statistics and data treatment.
GIS

Geographical information systems

The economy is getting more and more globalized and the products you develop are using materials coming from many different places in the world. Ecostatis brings the power of geographical information systems (GIS) to improve the knowledge of your products as well as to improve the environmental relevance of your LCAs. Besides, Ecostatis offers you innovating visualisation solutions using the geographical data that are coupled with your LCA data.
Visualisation

Advanced visualisaton

LCA results are too often only presented as simple histograms or piecharts and are therefore complex to interpret. Ecostatis helps you finding the best ways of displaying and communicating your LCA results.
Contact

Interested?

Have you identified some of your needs in the list above? Do you have issues that you want to explore? Please contact us for more information.

SCORELCA

Ongoing project : SCORELCA 2015-07 - Parametrized LCI of key energies and resources in 2030

SCORE LCA has commissioned a study in order to: (i) Define the state of the art in propsective LCI and analyse those LCIs (ii) Define recommendations regarding the use of these LCIs. (iii) Illustrate the use of these LCIs with concrete examples.
The study is conducted with IFP Énergie Nouvelles

IFPEN

Scientific literature tendancies


Using the newsletter "LCA news", Ecostatis has designed a dynamic visulisation of the different buzzwords in LCA during the 4 first months of 2016. You can see the graph here

PIC

Scientific publications of Florent Querini

Articles in journals

  • Querini F, Benetto E (2015) Combining agent-based modeling and life cycle assessment for the evaluation of mobility policies. Env Sci Tech 49(3) 1744-1751.
  • Querini F, Benetto E (2014) Agent-based modelling for assessing hybrid and electric cars deployment policies in Luxembourg and Lorraine. Trans Res A 70 149-161.
  • Querini F, Rousseaux P (2012) Analyse de cycle de vie Évaluation des impacts. Les techniques de l'ingénieur.
  • Querini F, Dagostino S, Morel S, Rousseaux P (2012) Greenhouse gas emissions of electric vehicles associated with wind and photovoltaic electricity. Energy Proc 20.
  • Querini F, Morel S, Boch V, Rousseaux P (2011) USEtox relevance as an impact indicator for automotive fuels. Application on diesel fuel, gasoline and hard coal electricity. Int J Life Cycle Assess 16(8) 829-840.
  • Querini F, Béziat JC, Morel S, Boch V, Rousseaux P (2011) Life cycle assessment of automotive fuels: critical analysis and recommendations on the emissions inventory in the tank to wheels stage. Int J Life Cycle Assess 16(5) 454-464.
  • Conferences

  • Querini F, Igos E, Mastrucci A, Benetto E, Beaudard C, Garcia J (2015) Coupling GIS and LCA. What are the possible outcomes for companies? Life Cycle Management Conference LCM, Bordeaux.
  • Igos E, Meyer R, Benetto E, Querini F, Marvuglia A, Beaudard C (2014) Uncertainty and sensitivity analyses in LCA: a review and application to noise characterization. 9th SETAC, Barcelona.
  • Querini F, Benetto E (2014) Agent-based modelling for consequential LCA of electric mobility in different European States. avniR conference, Lille.
  • Querini F, Benetto E (2014) Consequential effects on electricity grid of policies aiming at promoting electric vehicles in Luxembourg. Conference on Society and Materials (SAM8), Liège.
  • Querini F, Benetto E (2013) Definition and influence of functional unit in LCA of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles applied to implantation scenarios. Life Cycle Management Conference LCM, Gothenburg.
  • Querini F, Morel S, Boch V, Rousseaux P (2012) Urban versus rural GIS-based distinction for human health impacts in LCA. Application on automotive fuels. 6th SETAC, Berlin.
  • Querini F, Dagostino S, Morel S, Boch V, Rousseaux P (2012) Greenhouse gas emissions of electric vehicles associated with wind and photovoltaic electricity. Renewable Energy Research Conference RERC, Trondheim.
  • Querini F, Morel S, Boch V, Rousseaux P (2011) Global, regional and local environmental impacts: LCA indicators for energy and mobility. Life Cycle Management Conference LCM, Berlin.
  • Querini F, Morel S, Boch V, Rousseaux P (2011) Influence of driving cycles in fuel LCA. Conference on Society and Materials SAM5, Metz.