This year, two EPFL (SIE ENAC) students received a CSD prize to reward two excellent Master projects that single out for the high standard solutions that increase the quality of life and help preserve the environment. Above, Emilie Gex, responsible for international activities, hands the prize over to Pauline Millet. Hereunder, she gives it to Jérémy Unternährer.
Jérémy Unternährer’s thesis called « Spatial clustering and modeling for district heating integration in urban energy systems: application to geothermal energy » is in line with CSD’s current projects. His research aims to develop territorial energy planning that integrates the renewable energy potential (geothermic as it were) with the demand and development potential of district heating (DH), based on the use of potential Geographic information system (GIS).
Pauline Millet writes a Master paper called « Information content of binary snow/non-snow data for melt prediction ». The solution aims to develop digital analysis on images (simple « low cost » photos) to allow measurements and simulations of the snow cover and the production of floods.
We congratulate them and send them our best wishes for their promising career.
Photos: Bertrand Rey