RISE supports 9 master internship projects

This support aims to encourage interdisciplinary projects in environmental and sustainability sciences. The projects were evaluated on the basis of the following criteria

  • Innovative, unifying and/or reinforcing scope of the project;
  • Interdisciplinarity in environmental/sustainability sciences;
  • Capacity to implement the project;
  • Carried by FERED members (deployment on the Alsatian academic site);
  • Explicit link with one or several axes of FERED;
  • Capacity to lead to a larger project (thesis, ANR, INTERREG, etc.).

Laureates of the RISE call for projects

    Title of project
    and project leader
    Research question(s)

    Reconciling the technical, socio-economic and environmental imperatives of an innovation project in the design of materials within an urban ecosystem.
    CIRCULR Atelier's case

    Sophie Bollinger, BETA

    Rémi Courteille, partie gestion

    Ghita Bensida, partie matérieux
    How to reconcile the technical, socio-economic and environmental imperatives of an innovation project in the design of materials within an urban ecosystem?

    Developments in the consideration of Sustainability by the ENtreprises of Alsace

    Nathalie Picard, Ioana Flipas Deniaud, BETA

    Joseph DjafonWhat influence is exerted by consumer pressure, national or international regulation, or different incentives; at what level of the company (employees, middle management, top management, executives) does sustainable awareness arise? To what extent do these influences or levels vary from one sector of activity to another, or according to the size of the company?

    The fate of micropollutants in agriculturally-impacted areas: How do the biogeochemical nitrogen and iron cycles impact the transformation of pesticides?

    Felix Kögler, ITES

    Valerie AlvarezHow do the biogeochemical iron and nitrogen cycles affect the transformation of
    selected micropollutants in wetland sediments?

    Extraction of pesticides by deep eutectic solvents (DES) from complex environmental matrices.

    Christophe MARCIC, ITES

    Katarina TOMASEVIC

    Extraction of pesticides with deep eutectic solvents (DES) from complex environmental and food matrices

    Projet Trajectoires
    Development of a methodology to help change agricultural practices in order to preserve water quality and quantity in socio-hydrosystems based on environmental foresight and the use of distributed conceptual models.

    Sylvain Payraudeau, ITES ; Rémi Barbier, GESTE

    Gaétan PENIN, Université Paris Nanterre en SHS

    Ikrame BOUTIRAME, Université de Metz

    Master course in SHS: What is the coherence of the co-constructed scenarios according to the hypotheses on which they are based and the local, national and global evolutions necessary or desirable to make them plausible?

    Master's course in Geosciences:

    • What is the feasibility of transposing scenarios into parameter sets for agro-hydrological conceptual models?
    • How to discriminate and prioritise the co-constructed scenarios on the basis of indicators of resilience of the modelled agrosystem?

    Study of the reactivity of nutrients and organic matter in forest soils. Experimental approach in columns.

    Marie-Claire Pierret ; Emilie Beaulieu, ITES

    Adrien Saphy, master 2 ISIE à StrasbourgThe aim of the project is to quantify and predict the dynamics of carbon and nutrients (Ca, Mg, K) in forest ecosystems in temperate to boreal climates.