PhD seminar

PhD Seminar

The context

This bimonthly seminar was born out of the desire to create a meeting place for doctoral students and researchers. The presentation is followed by a time of discussion, the objective of which is to allow PhD students to get feedback from their colleagues on the work they have done, to share their doubts and to discuss the results of their research. There are two seminar formats :

  • A “conference training” format, which corresponds to what was done in the majority of sessions last year. The idea is to practice presenting a well-developed piece of work before attending a conference. The presentation can last between 15 and 25 minutes, depending on the format of the conference you’re preparing. We will try to systematically have a discussant read a working paper (or detailed slides if you haven’t written a paper yet) beforehand and open the discussion after the presentation.
  • A “brainstorming” format, to present ideas that are not yet fully developed. The idea is to put less pressure on the formalization and timing of the presentation and allow on-the-fly questions. This format is more about presenting leads, preliminary intuitions, and points of difficulty where we need help… For this format, the minimum requirement is a one-page abstract, to be sent before the seminar. Longer research proposals, with detailed methods and literature review sections are also welcome.


The program

  • October 11, 2023 – Thibault Briera :Delaying climate action: the cost of climate change mitigation under policy uncertainty [Brainstorming]. Abstract
  • October 26, 2023 – Mathilde Salin : Nature-Economy Integrated assessment modelling: a critical review [Brainstorming]. Abstract
  • November 8, 2023 – Simon Jean : Valuing landscape connections [Brainstorming]. Abstract
  • November 16, 2023 – Célia Escribe : Resilience of decarbonization scenarios in the face of energy price shocks [Brainstorming]. Abstract
  • November 23, 2023 – Bilgecag Aydogu (Utrecht University) : Diaspora sensing through mobile money: Impact of disasters, crises and holidays on migrant transfers [Brainstorming]. Abstract
  • December 13, 2023 – Célia Escribe & Lucas Vivier : Evaluating the Impact of a Fossil Fuel Ban in Buildings: an Integrated Demand-Supply Approach [Brainstorming]. Abstract
  • January 24, 2024 – Lucie Ricq : Sector-coupled prospective optimization of the energy system and its financing schemes. [PhD project]. Abstract
    Gabriele Dabbaghian : Assessing macroeconomic implications of lifestyle changes [PhD project]. Abstract
  • February 15, 2024 – Siwar Saadaoui : Unraveling Bioenergy Land Conversion Dynamics and Their Interplay with Carbon Storage and Biodiversity Constraints: The Interest Rate Matters [PhD project] Abstract
  • February 21, 2024 – Charles Labrousse & Yann Perdreau (PSE) : Geography versus income: the heterogeneous effects of carbon taxation [PhD project] Abstract
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