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., BOYER de MONTEGUT C., GODFROY A., GESLIN C., NICULESCU S. LE CORRE N., AGRANIER A., KERTOUS M., L. GEOFFROY L., ZAMBONINO J., FABIOUX C., REHEL K., MORICEAU B., KOLODZIEJCZYK N., SEVELLEC F., PEUZIAT I., FOULQUIER E., MICHAUD E., SCHAAL G., PERROT J., HEMOND C., BOILLET N., de CET BERTIN C., ALBAN F.
International Scientific Council
President: Catherine Jeandel
Vice-President: Arnaud Agranier
Board of Directors
The CODIR brings together the directors of units, trainings and the observatory. It is a place where IUEM’s policy towards its administrators and partners is discussed and built. It examines the points that impact the strategy and require arbitration (e.g. requests for positions, heavy investments).
EDSML Dir.: P. Pondaven
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 people to share 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 Executive Board, and the Institute’s management.
The Shared Services has three administrators: UBO, CNRS and IRD. It provides laboratories with human resources allocated among different departments: administration and financial management and education, IT, international relations and partnerships, communication and graphics.
Director : Fred Jean
The Executive Board is composed of 36 members. It meets twice a year to review the budget and recruitment policy.
President: Gilles Reverdin
IUEM Executive Board Internal members
College B, Other teachers and related personnel: PETEK S., BABONNEAU N., MAZE G., QUEFFELEC B., FLEURY Y., ALAIN K.
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 Executive Board External members (16 members)
- 3 local authorities representatives: KARLESKIND P., POULIQUEN B. (subs.), SARRABEZOLLES N., ZIEGLER N. (subs.), Rioual B.
- 5 economic activities representatives: DUPRAT F., LIRET C., POUPON P., MONBET P. (subs.), LE GLAS P.
- 6 representatives scientific activities representatives : 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 person appointed 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 Executive Board: INGUSCIO G.
SML Master’s degree
The SML Master’s degree includes 8 specializations 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: Guillaume Roullet
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The Laboratory of Marine Environmental Sciences (LEMAR) aims at understanding the interactions within the marine biosphere. It brings together biologists, physicians and chemists on a variety of sites, from poles to tropics and from coastal areas to deep ocean.
Director : Luis Tito de Morais
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The field of research of AMURE-Aménagement des Usages, des Ressources et des Espaces Marins et Littoraux unit is defined as the economic and legal analysis and evaluation of public policies and institutions in the fields of development of territories and maritime activities, exploitation of resources and conservation of marine and coastal ecosystems.
Director : Olivier Thébaud
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The research activities of LETG-Brest (Littoral – Environment – Remote Sensing – Geomatics) bring together several fields of geography: physical geography, human and social geography, remote sensing and geomatics, with the aim of studying human-nature interactions in coastal and maritime environments.
Director : Serge Suanez
IUEM POLES AND PLATFORMS
General Administration and Finance
Administration and management
International and partnerships
International Relations coordinator
Legal affairs officer
National and international project engineer (outside EU)
International cooperation officer
European project engineer
European project engineer
Information technology (FEIRI)
Scientific Data engineer
Scientific Data engineer
Scientific Calculation engineer
Computer Equipment manager
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