How can we maximize the relevance and performance of future mobility services in the context of decarbonization and network saturation? Which approaches and innovative tools can be used to increase analysis capabilities and provide more appropriate answers?

These are the questions the Anthropolis chair has addressed over the past four years. Contributors will present a set of integrative approaches obtained through research: assistance in mobility design thanks to the creation of future scenarios, active mobility within the framework of MaaS, and multi-agent simulation of new mobility services. These contributions will be enriched by the result of collaboration with Sweden, China, Egypt and Morocco. The conference will feature keynotes and round-tables, including moment for discussions around posters and demonstrations.


9:30 – 10:00 am | Welcome coffee

10:00 – 10:30 am | Introduction : retrospective on Anthropolis Season 2
Welcome | EDF
Abdelkrim Doufène, Director Strategy and Programmes, IRT SystemX
Bernard Yannou, Director of the Industrial Engineering Laboraty, CentraleSupélec
Flore Vallet, holder of the Anthropolis Chair, IRT SystemX 

10:30 – 11:00 am | Key results
Prospective scenarios: approach based on multi-agent simulations
Interdisciplinary approach combining scenarios, persona and artificial populations to model Île-de-France mobilities in 2030
Tarek CHOUAKI, engineer-researcher, IRT SystemX
Tjark GALL, PhD student, IRT SystemX

11:00 – 11:30 am | Key results
Incentive towards walking in the Île-de-France region
Analysis and modelling the economic potential of incentives towards walk to reduce the carbon footprint of urban mobilities
Tarek CHOUAKI, engineer-researcher, IRT SystemX
Mariana REYES, PhD student, IRT SystemX

11:30 – 12:00 am | Keynote speaker
The urban economy of transitions: how to manage the allocation of rare resources in an uncertain context
Understanding urban challenges through the spectrum of urban economy and the concepts of value shortages and allocation
Isabelle BARAUD-SERFATY | Founder of Ibicity, teacher at Sciences Po

12:30 – 2:00 pm |Lunch break

2:00 – 3:00 pm| Keynote speaker
Towards an integrated and multimodal understanding of human mobility
Development of reasoned approaches, centred on the efficiency of measures and the complementarity of modes of transport
Pr Catherine MORENCY, Holder of the Mobility and Research Chairs of Canada on human mobility | Polytechnique Montréal

3:00 – 3:30 pm| Demonstrators & coffee-break
Strategic decision-support tool: simulation platform for mobility and logistics
Serious game: collaborative approach for the optimization of everyday mobilities
Ouidad BENHLIMA, PhD student, CentraleSupélec
Sebastian HÖRL, engineer-researcher, IRT SystemX
Julia GODOY, student, CentraleSupélec

3:30 – 4:30 pm|Round-table
Anthropolis Chair: from vision to action
Potential for replication in heterogeneous environments, connections with operational ecosystems
Bernard Yannou, Director of the Industrial Engineering Laboratory (LGI), CentraleSupélec
Jakob PUCHINGER, professor, EM Normandie
Mariana REYES, PhD student, IRT SystemX
Tjark GALL, PhD student, IRT SystemX
Moderated by Flore VALLET and Yann BRIAND | IRT SystemX  

4:30 – 5 pm |Conclusions
Decarbonizing mobilities: what are the next challenges for the Anthropolis Chair?
Flore Vallet, Holder of the Anthropolis Chair, IRT SystemX
Yann BRIAND, Head of Mobilities & Logistics, IRT SystemX
Paul Labrogère, CEO, IRT SystemX

5.00 – 5.30 | Refreshments


Billetterie Weezevent


Flore Vallet (IRT SystemX, CentraleSupélec)
Yann Briand
(IRT SystemX)

Leaders of the Anthropolis Chair




Find out more about the Anthropolis Chair: https://www.chaire-anthropolis.fr/


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