Vers une modélisation intégrée des systèmes urbains

Date : 
Jeudi 16 Octobre 2014 (Jour entier) à Vendredi 17 Octobre 2014 (Jour entier)
Lieu : 
Grand Lyon, 20 rue du Lac, Lyon 3e

Toward integrated modelling of urban systems
Colloque international (en anglais) du consortium français "Modélisation urbaine / Urban modelling".
Organisé par le laboratoire LET (CNRS, Université de Lyon), en partenariat avec l'Université Lyon 2, l'ENTPE, le Grand Lyon, Lyon Urban Truck & Bus et EDF.

Contributions will cover the scope of the urban modelling. This includes, without claiming to the exhaustiveness, the built environment and the physical phenomena, the urban morphologies and the spatial and temporal dynamics, the nature and the living in town. This scope mobilizes the human and social sciences, the sciences of the environment and the engineering sciences. The main theme of the 2014 symposium is about the integrated modelling of urban systems. The scientific committee of the symposium wishes to favour research papers tackling urban issues from the point of view of the integrated modelling and the removing of barriers between urban dimensions and between disciplines.

About 60 proposals have been selected for oral presentation. The program will combine plenary sessions (including keynote speeches) and a stream of two parallel sessions.

Conférenciers invités / Keynote speakers
Dr Jason Ching (University of North Carolina), a worldwide known specialist of urban and regional air quality modelling, at the heart of efforts to build a world-wide coverage database for computer models (WUDAPT) for climate, meteorological, dispersion and air quality computer modelling systems.

Pr. Richard Dawson (University of Newcastle), whose research aims at a city-scale understanding of the inter-relationships between global change, resource consumption, land use and infrastructure systems and subsequently use this understanding to design and adapt cities so that they require fewer resources, are more resilient to climate change and ultimately more sustainable.

 

Programme / Session themes

Day 1 - Mercredi 15 octobre 2014
Mobility, traffic, parking
Water and flood
Accessibility and equity
Energy

Day 2 - Jeudi 16 octobre 2014
Integrated models : calibration, validation and data
City logistics
Land use and microsimulation
Air pollution and traffic

Day 3 - Vendredi 17 octobre 2014
Ecosystems and sustainability
Urban climate
Mobility, traffic, parking

> Programme complet du colloque (pdf)

 

Comité scientifique / Scientific committee

Juan Angel Acero, TECNALIA, Bizkaia (Spain)
Michel Bierlaire, EPFL, Lausanne
Patrick Bonnel, LET, ENTPE, Université de Lyon
Francois Buyle-Bodin, Université de Lille 1
Philippe Clergeau, MNHN, Paris
Jean-Marie Côme, BURGEAP, Paris
Yves Crozet, LET, IEP, Université de Lyon
Youssef Diab, UPEM/EIVP, Paris
Hedwig van Delden, RIKS, Maastricht
Philippe Gerber, CEPS/INSTEAD, Luxembourg
Regine Gerike, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna
Gérard Hégron, IFSTTAR, Nantes
José Holguín-Veras, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY
Thierry Joliveau, EVS, Université de Lyon
Fabien Leurent, ENPC, Paris
Mindjid Maïzia, CITERES, Université de Tours
Catherine Marquis-Favre, LGCB, ENTPE, Université de Lyon
Valéry Masson, Météo France, Paris
Andrés Monzón, TRANSyT, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid
Olivier Pascal, VEOLIA, Paris
Sylvain Petitet, EGIS, Lyon
Denise Pumain, Université Paris 1
Charles Raux, LET, CNRS, Université de Lyon (chair)
Céline Rozenblat, University of Lausanne
Cécile Tannier, THEMA, Université de Franche-Comté
Isabelle Thomas, Université catholique de Louvain
Christiane Weber, LIVE, CNRS, Université de Strasbourg

 

Comité d'organisation / Organising committee

LET : Patrick Bonnel, Louafi Bouzouina, Cécile Chèze, Yves Crozet (chair), Sophia El Bahi, Jesus Gonzales-Feliu, Aurélie Mercier, Jean-Pierre Nicolas, Nicolas Ovtracht, Charles Raux

 

Pour en savoir plus

>> site web de l'événement : http://urbanmodelling.sciencesconf.org
GIS "Modélisation urbaine" / "Urban Modelling" Consortium : www.urban-modelling.org