Justin Emery

PhD Student
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Justin Emery

2012-2016 : PhD in Geography, ThèMA and Biogéoscience-CRC laboratories :

"The city under electrodes : from the observation to the evaluation of traffic air pollution | Towards a multi-agent simulation of urban road traffic"

under supervision of Thomas Thévenin (adv.), Nadège Martiny (coadv.) and Nicolas Marilleau (coadv.)

23-28 June 2013 : Thematic School of agents based modeling applied to spatial phenomena, CNRS/RNSC, Oléron

2-13 July 2012 : Summer School of complex system, Complex System Institut, Paris

2011–2012: Master 2 ‘Transport Mobility Environment Climate’

Research dissertation on air quality related to road transport in an urban setting: analysis of nitrogen oxide concentrations in the Dijon agglomeration, supervised by N. Martiny and T. Thevenin, University of Burgundy

2010–2011: Master 1 ‘Transport, Mobility, Environment, Climate’

Research dissertation on the prospect for the advent of the Rhine-Rhône high-speed rail line supervised by V. Facchinetti and G. Carrouet. University of Burgundy

2009–2010: Degree in Geography, option Planning-Environment, University of Burgundy

August–September 2012: Internship in ThéMA laboratory as part of MIRO research project, establishing a traffic data base for modelling journeys

February–June 2012: Internship in CRC (climatology research centre) laboratory of University of Burgundy, Master 2 TMEC research dissertation

January–May 2011: Internship in ThéMA laboratory of University of Burgundy, Master 1 TMEC research dissertation

2010–2011: induction monitor for first year geography students, University of Burgundy

– Introduction to Geography (Semester 1)

– Climatology (Semester 2)

"The city under electrodes : from the observation to the evaluation of traffic air pollution | Towards a multi-agent simulation of urban road traffic"

Jury :

Badariotti Dominique (reviewer), Josselin Didier (president), Marilleau Nicolas (coadv.), Martiny Nadège (coadv.), Sanders Lena (reviewer), Thévenin Thomas (adv.)

The implementation of the SCAUP (multi-agent simulation from Urban sensors for traffic air pollution) approach was developped in three stages: 1. Focusing on the quantification of road traffic devices through urban sensors; 2. Proposing a modeling approach for road traffic data simulation ; 3. Using as a reference the national framework used by AASQA to calculate RTA emissions. All is integrated within a technical matrix that forms the spine of the manuscript through three interrelated systems: quantification, modeling and evaluation. This work is part of an experimental approach dedicated to the calculation of TAP emissions based on traffic simulations. Sponsored by the ATMOSF’AIR BOURGOGNE local AASQA, this work could also be used in an operational mode for these organizations in charge of the air quality monitoring. At a time when the big data enters into new questions about the ability of researchers to extract knowledge, we propose a geographical approach that enables to replace the data in the center of an original road traffic simulation approach (data- driven).

Micro-simulation of mobility, road traffic, local scale, urban environment, neighbourhood pollution modelling