Now in post for several months, I teach the courses AME-6501 Transport and territorial dynamics in the fall semester and AME-6059 Implementation of sustainable modes of transport in the winter semester in the Master of Territorial Planning and Regional Development (M.ATDR). I have yet to teach in the classroom with our masters students. Everything happens remotely on Zoom. It's not always easy, but we're doing our best. At least I had the chance to meet our cohort of doctoral students in the flesh at the beginning of the fall semester as part of the doctoral seminar of my colleague Alexandre Lebel. I also supervise a student doing a master's thesis and a doctoral student.


May 1st 2020

After an intercontinental move against the backdrop of a pandemic, compulsory confinement and screening for COVID-19, I have finally completed my activities and commitments related to mobil.LAB from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and I am starting now planning the 2020-2021 school year at ÉSAD. Difficult adaptation to the new reality of online courses. In addition to preparing 3 new courses, I must also approach distance learning for the first time, at least for the fall session, because my courses will not be face-to-face ...

I will give the following courses:

Fall 2020

AME-6501 Transport et dynamiques territoriales

AME-6601 Essai-laboratoire d’aménagement et de développement I

Winter 2021

AME-6059 Mise en œuvre de modes de transport durables

Students of ESAD or prospective students, do not hesitate to contact me if you have projects related to transport and mobility! Send me an email...

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January 31 2020

Bye bye mobil.LAB and TUM, Hello Université Laval!

Very happy to announce that I will soon come back definitively to Canada as a new Professor of Transport and Mobility at the Graduate School of Regional Planning and Regional Development (ÉSAD) at Université Laval in Quebec City.



Bye bye EPFL LaSUR, hello TUM mobil.LAB


As of July 1st 2018, I join the mobil.LAB Doctoral Research Group as a postdoc cordinator



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