Supported by TotalEnergies in association with Fondation Tuck


As part of CarMa's "Education" mission, we aim to make our students aware of the potential role of Negative Emission Technologies (NETs) in reducing greenhouse gas emissions in order to fight global warming.

This awareness is achieved in different ways:
- within the courses we teach at IFP School or within our network of universities and partnerschools (up to 540 students during Year-3), 
- through transversal educational activities such as the Professional Skills Module (PSM) at IFP School,
- or for the general public via our MOOC on the Energy Transition.


  • ​​​​​​​On January 13 2021, Dr. Ancuta Isbasoiu (CarMa) presented her ongoing research work on the negative greenhouse gas emissions in France by 2050 to the students of the Doctoral College of IFP School. Final results are now available on her CarMa page.
Paul Bardon

Paul Bardon joined the Carbon Management Chair of IFP School for an internship from May to July 2023. His research focuses on the applications of carbon dioxide removal technologies in the aviation sector, notably through sustainable aviation fuels.
He is currently enrolled in a double Master’s degree between Sciences Po Paris and ISAE-SUPAERO. Through the course of his degree, he worked for two years with a French MP on energy and transport decarbonization.


Victor Blondin

Victor Blondin joined the Carbon Management Chair of IFP School for an internship from April to July 2022.
His research focuses on Biomass usages for carbon removal: How to ensure sustainability? His research was in connection with Emma Jagu Schippers's PhD research.