Philippe Bouillard

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    Campus du Solbosch – CP 194/02
    Avenue F.D. Roosevelt 50, 1050 Brussels, Belgium
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Philippe Bouillard, MSc Civ. Eng., PhD, Hab is full professor since 2005 and Head of BATir (Civ., Arch. and Urban Eng.) dept. His current research activities concern sustainable urban design with a focus on infrastructure and mobility. He co-edited 3 books, co-authored more than 60 refereed international journal papers and 100 conference proceedings. He supervised several PhD theses (19) and research projects (47). He is member of the editorial board ICE Journal Civil Engineering. He received the Belgian National Science Foundation (FNRS) De Waele Award in 2000 and the Wernaers Award in 2012 and was awarded the Best Teacher Socrates Prize (ULB, 2008). He has a huge international experience and is a higher education quality assurance expert.

Key publications

A. Athanassiadis, M. Christis, Ph. Bouillard, A. Vercalsteren, R. H. Crawford, A.Z. Khan, “Comparing a territorial-based and a consumption-based approach to assess the local and global environmental performance of cities” Journal of Cleaner Production, in press (2017)

A. Athanassiadis, Ph. Bouillard, R. Crawford, A. Z. Khan, “Towards a dynamic approach to urban metabolism: tracing the temporal evolution of Brussels’ urban metabolism from 1970 to 2010“, Journal of Industrial Ecology, in press (2017)

G. Al Zohbi, P. Hendrick, C. Renier, Ph. Bouillard, “The contribution of wind-hydro pumped storage systems in meeting Lebanon’s electricity demand”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 41:6996-7004 (2016)

A. Galán González, Ph. Bouillard, C. A. Acha Román, S. Trachte, A. Evrard, “TCS Matrix: Evaluation of Optimal Energy Retrofitting Strategies”, Energy Procedia, 83:101-110 (2015)

P. Badji, Ph. Bouillard, “Mobilité et exclusion dans la ville de Cotonou : une approche par les infrastructures de transport routier”, APERAU2014 « Villes à vivre: Le quotidien métropolitain entre ancrage et mobilité », Montréal, Canada (2014)