Organization

Council and board

The scientific council is twofold: internal and international. The internal council leads discussions and initiates projects on cross-cutting themes. External members advise IUEM on its scientific strategy. The International Scientific Council meets over several days once every two years. The international council’s external members produce a report to advise IUEM on its scientific strategy.

Internal Scientific Council

President : Arnaud Agranier

Internal Members (12 titular members and 12 alternates)

HERBETTE S., MENESGUEN C., MAZE G., KOLODZIEJCZYK N., LELOCH F., GAUTHIER O., BAZIRE A., WAELES M., BOUDRY P., SOUDANT P., MAIGNIEN L., BABONNEAU N., HEMOND C., AGRANIER A., GEOFFROY L., BRIGAND L., MEUR FEREC C., PEUZIAT I., FOULQUIER E., GUEGUEN G., BOILLET N., ALBAN F., LE GALLIC B. + le Vice Président Recherche de l’UBO.

The Institute Director and the Doctoral School Director are invited members of the Scientific Council.

International Scientific Council

President : Catherine Jeandel
Vice-President: Arnaud Agranier

The CODIR brings together the directors of units, trainings and the observatory. It is a platform where IUEM’s policy towards its supervisors and partners is discussed and built. It examines the points that impact the strategy and require arbitration (e.g. requests for positions, heavy investments).

IUEM Direction : Fred Jean (Dir.) et Jacques Deverchère (Deputy dir.)

Laboratories Directors:  O. Thébaud (AMURE), S. Suanez (LETG-GEOMER), L. Tito De Morais (LEMAR), M. Jebbar (LM2E), J. Paillet (LOPS), M-A. Gutscher (LGO), N. Bourgougnon (LBCM, Lorient)

EDSML Dir.: C. Meur-Ferec

SML Master’s degree Resp. : G. Roullet

Marine Observatory Resp.: L. Chauvaud, J.Y. Royer

Internal Scientific Council Chairman: A. Agranier

ISblue Dir.: A.M. Tréguier

The office is a place for exchanging information on projects and the Institute’s activities. Its opinion is required on all matters relating to the organisation of services and premises. It is composed of shared services managers, laboratories and training representatives, higher education staff and students on the Board of Directors, and the Institute’s management.

Management

Director

Fred Jean

 

Pooled services

The Joint Services has three supervisors: the UBO, the CNRS and the IRD. It provides laboratories with human resources distributed among different departments: administration and financial management and education, IT, international relations and partnerships, communication and graphics.

Director : Fred Jean

EXECUTIVE BOARD

The Board of directors is composed of 34 members. It meets twice a year to review the budget and recruitment policy.

President : Gilles Reverdin

Internal members of the Board (20 members)

College A, Professors and related staff: CUDENNEC A., DEVERCHERE J., PAILLARD C., FLAMENT D., MERCIER H., SUANEZ S.

College B, Other teachers and related personnel: PETEK S., BABONNEAU N., MAZE G., QUEFFELEC B., FLEURY Y., ALAIN K.

College I.A.T.O.S. – I.T.A.: BIDAULT A., NASSALANG C., FRANCOIS A.

EDSML Students College: LALEGERIE F., KINDS A., DUGENY E. (subs.)

SML Masters’s degree students College : MERINDOL M., PATRY L., BURLOT R., RUBIO C. (subs.), RIGALLEAU V. (subs.), ROUSSEL A. (subs.)

IUEM Board of Directors External members (14 members)

  • 3 local authorities representatives: KARLESKIND P., POULIQUEN B. (subs.), SARRABEZOLLES N., ZIEGLER N. (subs.), Rioual B.
  • 4 economic activities representatives: DUPRAT F., LIRET C., POUPON P., MONBET P. (subs.), LE GLAS P.
  • 6 representatives of scientific activities: ARNAUD N., HAUSER D. (subs.), DOSDAT A., DREVES L. (subs.), THIEBAUT E., CLARAMUNT C., POUPIN J. (subs.), LALANCETTE M-F., LEIDINGER N. (subs.), MENARD F., LEBOURGES-DHAUSSY A. (subs.)
  • 1 nominee in a personal capacity: REVERDIN G.
  • The representative appointed by the Bretagne – Pays de Loire Regional Delegation of the CNRS continues to be invited to the meetings of the Board of Directors: INGUSCIO G.

TRAINING

The doctoral school has 200 PhD students. It aims to train specialists who are able to work in a multidisciplinary scientific context.

Director : Catherine Meur-Ferec

>>> EDSML website

The SML Master’s degree includes 8 specialisations that cover different aspects of Marine and Coastal Sciences: Biotechnology, Biology, Environmental Management, Applied Economics, Maritime Activities Law, Earth, Planet and Environmental Sciences, Chemistry and Life Sciences, Marine Physics.

Coordinator : David Graindorge

>>> UBO training catalogue

RESEARCH

The Laboratory of Marine Environmental Sciences (LEMAR) aims to understand the interactions within the marine biosphere. It brings together biologists, physicists and chemists on a variety of sites, from poles in the tropics to coastal areas in the deep ocean.

Director : Luis Tito de Morais

>>> LEMAR website

The Ocean Geoscience Laboratory (LGO) is a geoscience laboratory covering many topics such as geophysics, geochemistry, tectonics, sedimentology and paleontology.

DirectOr : Marc-André Gutscher

>>> LGO website

The objective of the Physical and Spatial Oceanography Laboratory (LOPS) is to observe and study ocean movements, their links to the atmosphere, seabed and coastline, and their influences on life in the oceans.

Director : Fabrice Ardhuin

>>> LOPS website

AMURE is a multi-disciplinary research and training centre in social sciences and humanities. It focuses on sustainable development of marine activities and associated public policies, as well as impacts of these activities on marine and coastal socio-ecosystems.

Director : Olivier Thébaud

>>> AMURE website

The Extreme Environment Microbiology Laboratory (LM2E) focuses on the microbiology of extreme environments, such as hydrothermal springs, cold seeps from continental margins and the ocean floor.

Director : Mohamed Jebbar

>>> LM2E website

The Extreme Environment Microbiology Laboratory (LM2E) focuses on the microbiology of extreme environments, such as hydrothermal springs, cold seeps from continental margins and the ocean floor.

Director : Serge Suanez

>>> LETG-Brest website

The Laboratory of Marine Biotechnology and Chemistry (LBCM) is shared between the “Université de Bretagne sud” (UBS) and the UBO. The research carried out there is based on two axes: biofilm – Microbiome and Blue Biotechnologies.

Director : Nathalie Bourgougnon

>>> LBCM website

OBSERVATION

The IUEM Marine Observatory aims to acquire scientific data (biological, chemical and physical parameters) necessary for understanding the states of coastal and offshore marine environments and their responses to global changes.

>>> The observatory website

IUEM POLES AND PLATFORMS

Technical Coordinator

Bleuenn Gueguen

IRMS

Rudolph Corvaisier

Fabien Dewilde

Oanez Lebeau

TIMS

Philippe Nonnotte

ICP-AES

Céline Liorzou

ICPMS

Bleuenn Gueguen

Marie Laure Rouget

Orbitrap

Sébastien Artigaud

Vianney Pichereau

Scientific leader

Stefan Lalonde

>>> More informations

Coordinator

Erwan Amice

Team

Émilie Grossteffan

Thierry Le Bec

Albert Lucas Ship

Robin Carlier

Franck Quéré

>>> More informations

Coordinator

Jessica Langlade

Scientific coordinator

Jean-Alix Barrat

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SHARED SERVICES WITH OUR PARTNERS

Coordinator

Fanny Barbier

>>> More informations

Coordinator

Tina Odaka

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POOLED SERVICES

Coordinator

Riwalenn Ruault*

* mutualized ISblue position

>>> *More informations

Graphism

Sébastien Hervé

Communication

Cécile Nassalang

Corporate relations and valorisation

Nicole Collas

Coordinateur relations internationales

Olivier Gauthier

Ingénierie projets nationaux et internationaux (hors UE)

Jean-Alain Pocard

Chargée de la coopération internationale

Léa Sharkey

Ingénierie projets européens

Delphine Muths

Chargée projets européens

Justine Roddier

Réseaux scientifiques

Dominique Simon

Responsable scientifique

Fred Jean

Coordinatrice

Laurence Lebourg

Équipe

Laetitia Campistron

Jérémy Collin

Sandy Joiris

Thibault Le Bars

Emmanuel Taboré

Responsable scientifique

Pascal Rivière

>>> Site web