IFPEN’s scientific policy

IFPEN’s scientific policy



our mission at the FBN technological innovation to serve the energy transition and tackle climate change to support our innovation development effort we draw on a solid program of multidisciplinary fundamental research which now represents 30% of our R&D activities ie FPN is open to collaboration across the entire spectrum of its fundamental research activities open science is a reality underneath it is impossible to work alone on strategic scientific issues particularly in the context of the energy transition and its associated imaging research programs in order to address the strategic questions and share them with the research community RFP ends fundamental research is now in Jurong nine cross-functional scientific challenges broken down into sub challenges each sub challenge expresses a scientific problem that needs to be overcome translated into target objectives for which a research strategy including partnerships and publicly supported projects is proposed the monitoring and dynamic updating of these sub challenges ensures the optimized efficiency of our fundamental research coherence of actions monitoring over time pooling of partnerships etc in order to combine and share researcher force and draw on our collective intelligence IFP n has implemented a strategy of academic partnerships and collaboration relevant to its research themes in this context the structuring of IFP and research around major scientific challenges is a real plus in that it brings greater transparency to the research community to conduct its fundamental research FPN develops numerous partnerships that can take several forms collaborative projects with public support national or European or collaboration with research bodies which may lead to framework agreements i FPN and india are engaged in successful collaboration in the field of numerical sciences we aim at overcoming some major challenges related to high performance and real-time computing the goal is to draw on the complementary nature of our expertise to develop methodologies and algorithms applicable in the energy sector several graduate research programs PhD postdoctoral research or researcher exchanges my scientific visit turned to be a unique opportunity to work within a fundamental research program driven by strategic applicative developments at IBM we joined our expertise to create new scientific knowledge on specific proteins and their unique catalytic activities and this was achieved by developing advanced computational chemistry methods that allowed us to gain key chemical understanding and key features that might be of interest for improving related biotechnology this was really an exciting experience it is by combining our expertise and working together that we will be able to speed up innovation to serve the energy transition and tackle climate change you

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