Speakers Session Chairs

Paul Curtis

Associate Director International

VECTOS - Germany

Implementation challenges

Paul Curtis

Paul is Associate Director for Vectos and is an expert in sustainable urban mobility with more than 13 years’ experience in EU project delivery. This encompasses the fields of behaviour change, ITS, automated vehicles, clean urban transport, active travel, Mobility as a Service, electro-mobility, business models for new mobility services and the social aspects of transport. He manages Vectos’ portfolio of international R&D projects and transfers the knowledge throughout his company as well as to key public and private sector stakeholders.

Gilles Duchamp

Deputy Director of Departement

Cerema South-West - France

Low carbon technologies and solutions

Gilles Duchamp

Gilles Duchamp, engineer, is deputy Director in a department in charge of mobility and infrastructure within Cerema.

Invested for more than 20 years in the fields of traffic management and road safety, he has led various operational or research and development projects, as well as several studies and expertise at the local, national and international levels. Qualified as international expert by the French Ministry of Transport in the field of sustainable mobility, he's mandatted as representant of Cerema at International Traffic Safety Data and Analysis Group (IRTAD) within International Transport Forum (ITF) of OCDE.

Nour-Eddin El Faouzi

Deputy Head of Department

IFSTTAR – France

Measuring and evaluating carbon emissions

 

 

Nour-Eddin El Faouzi

Liam Fassam

 Directeur LIST Institutes,

Université de Northampton – United Kingdom

Freight and logistics management

 

Liam Fassam

Jean-Luc Maté

 Founder President

JLM CONSEIL – France

Mobility as a Service for climate (MaaS4C)

 

Jean-Luc Maté

Jean-Luc Mate is graduated from the Polytechnic Engineering  school of Grenoble in microelectronics and computer architecture and from DUKE university MBA.
He is considered as one of the French automotive electronics pioneer  thanks to his participation to the build up of  the Renault Bendix JV in 1979 in Toulouse. Jean-Luc occupied many executive positions as VP R&D in powertrain, interior, chassis ADAS, cockpit module, E/E vehicle architecture, ITS and innovation for western Europe at Siemens Automotive.
His last position @ Continental was VP Engineering Services for France and Spain. During his 38 years career Jean-Luc contributed to major European and worldwide initiatives that structure the Automotive industry standards : Autosar, ERTRAC,ITS telematics and Eco driving with ERTICO. Jean Luc support continuous innovation in  the development of  Connected, Autonomous and Clean car. He is the founder of the automotive and mobility cluster in Occitanie Automotech and also the European Eureka cluster on Smart Electronic Systems EURIPIDES². Today he is president of a consulting company encouraging cooperation on innovative mobility services, business development of autonomous and connected cars and shuttles as well as integrated MaaS portal for smart cities. Jean-Luc maintain strong cooperation in all those mobility fields with Belgium, Canada, Germany, Finland, Italy, Norway, Netherland, Spain and UK.
 

Laurent Meillaud

Journalist

LM consulting - France

 

Laurent Meillaud

Laurent Meillaud is an automotive journalist, focused since 30 years on mobility and energy issues. He's been following ITS congresses since the beginning. In France, he moderates regularlay conferences and congresses on electrification, connected and autonomous mobility. As a moderator, and as a consultant for the speakers program, this expert has been hired to assist Digital Aquitaine and Topos. Laurent has been involved in the ITS world congress in Bordeaux in 2015 and is delighted to participate to ITS4C.

Jaap Vreeswijk

Traffic Architect C-ITS

MAP Traffic Management – Netherlands

Improving modal and system efficiency

 

Jaap Vreeswijk

Dr.ir. Jaap Vreeswijk is Traffic Architect Connected and Automated Driving (CAD) at MAP traffic management since 2015. He graduated at the University of Twente as a civil engineer specialised in ITS and later received his PhD degree in travel choice behaviour. Jaap has over 10 years’ experience in international research, innovation and pilot projects on smart mobility and CAD. The focus of his work is adapting and advancing infrastructure and traffic management through new innovations and technologies. Currently, Jaap is active in the EU-funded projects TransAID and MAVEN on centralised management for automated vehicles; SOCRATES 2.0 on interactive traffic management; C-Mobile and C-Roads on C-ITS deployment, and MyCorridor on Mobility-as-a-Service.

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