address : IFP Energies nouvelles
1 & 4, avenue de Bois-Préau
92852 Rueil-Malmaison Cedex
phone : +33 (0)1 47 52 60 00
Approval date : 30/1/2001
IFP Energies nouvelles (IFPEN) is a major research and training player in the field of energy, transport and the environment. From research to industry, technological innovation is central to all its activities, structured around three strategic priorities: sustainable mobility, new energies and responsible oil and gas.
As part of the public-interest mission with which it has been tasked by the public authorities, IFPEN focuses on:
- Providing solutions to take up the challenges facing society in terms of energy and climate, promoting the transition towards sustainable mobility and the emergence of a more diversified energy mix;
- Creating wealth and jobs by supporting French and European economic activity, and the competitiveness of related industrial sectors.
An integral part of IFPEN, its graduate engineering school –IFP School –prepares future generations to take up these challenges.
CAPE-OPEN related activities
Bertrand BRAUNSCHWEIG, Pascal ROUX, Martin GAINVILLE have been the major contributors to CAPE-OPEN work at IFPEN over the years. IFPEN was a member of the CAPE-OPEN and Global CAPE-OPEN projects, managing both projects. IFPEN was also a founding member of CO-LaN. Bertrand BRAUNSCHWEIG, as representative of IFPEN in CO-LaN, held the position of President from 2001 till 2004.
Bertrand BRAUNSCHWEIG co-authored, with two academic departments at RWTH Aachen, a paper at SIIT’99 (Standardization and Innovation in Information Technology) explaining why CAPE-OPEN and what the CAPE-OPEN project delivered.
Bertrand BRAUNSCHWEIG co-authored a presentation on CAPE-OPEN at the European Refining Technology Conference held in 2001 in Paris, France.
Bertrand BRAUNSCHWEIG was one of the main contributors to the presentations at the 1st CAPE-OPEN US Conference, organized by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on August 24-25, 2004 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Martin GAINVILLE presented at the ATCE 2007 of the SPE on the TINA project making extensive use of CAPE-OPEN.