Noémie Leroy-ParmentierUniversity of Bordeaux · Institut des sciences moléculaires
Master of Engineering
PhD student at CyVi Group (Bordeaux) || Criticality and Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment for the bioeconomy
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PhD student at CyVi Group - working on Criticality and Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment for the bioeconomy
October 2020 - present
- PhD Student
- Development of a sustainability indicator for the bioeconomy - application to bio-based solvents Based at Institut des Sciences Moléculaires (ISM) - CyVi Group
July 2020 - September 2020
- Life Cycle Assessment : - modelization - development of methods ISO 14001 : Preliminary phases for the development of an environmental strategy for the company (brainstorming, development of a framework, ...)
February 2018 - June 2019
- - Support for implementing products and services ecodesign in the framework of the ISO 14001 certification - Life Cycle Assessment (ISO 14040-14044 / Simapro 8) - Design of specific tools with the IT team - Strategic, regulatory and technological watch
September 2015 - September 2018
Field of study
- Ergonomics, Mechanics and Industrial design
September 2013 - June 2015
This review examines how life cycle methodologies are presently used by regional authorities in their sustainable development programmes. The review incorporates formal methods of life cycle assessment (LCA) as well as non-standardised approaches like life cycle management (LCM). The review describes the sustainability agenda facing regions, and a...
Purpose and context This paper aims to establish principles for the increased application and use of life cycle sustainability assessment (LCSA). Sustainable development (SD) encompassing resilient economies and social stability of the global system is growingly important for decision-makers from business and governments. The “17 SDGs” emerge as a...
This project aims to propose a methodological contribution to dynamic and multi-criteria sustainability assessment of complex systems (LCSA). This assessment method combines sustainability key indicators based on environmental and socio-economical factors and biomass resources criticality.