German Federal Agency for Technical Relief
|Provinzialstrasse 93 Bonn 53127 Germany|
Entente pour la Forêt Méditerranéenne
|Centre Francis Arrighi - Domaine de Valabre - RD7, 13120 Gardanne, France|
Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service
|Bridle Rd, Bootle L30 4YD, UK|
Service Départemental d’Incendie et de Secours de la Savoie
|226 Rue de la Perrodière, 73230 Saint-Alban-Leysse, France|
Hellenic Rescue Team of Attica
|Agonaridou 10-12, Athina 117 44, Greece|
Institute of Communication and Computer Systems
|Zografou 157 73, Greece|
|Estias 1, Athina 115 26, Greece|
|Rudower Ch 29, 12489 Berlin, Deutschland|
International Security Competence Centre GmbH
|Kaiser Franz Joseph-Ring 21, 2500 Baden, Austria|
SINTEF Digital – dept. of Mathematics and Cybernetics
|Strindvegen 4, 7034 Trondheim, Norway|
Commissariat A L’Energie Atomique et Aux Energies Alternatives
|D36, 91190 Saclay, France|
The University of Manchester
|Oxford Rd, Manchester M13 9PL, UK|
German Institute for Standardisation
|Saatwinkler Damm 42-43, 13627 Berlin, Germany|
Trilateral Research Ltd
|Gorteens, Waterford, Co. Kilkenny, X91 W0XW, Ireland|
|58a Rue du Dessous des Berges, 75013 Paris, France|
Commissariat a L’Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives
CEA – Centre d’études de Saclay
Bat. 451 Gif-sur-Yvette F-91191
CEA is a public research organisation leading research, development and innovation activities in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defence and security, information technologies, and health. Extensive development of diamond based chemical sensors able to operate in harsh environment. In each of these fields, the CEA maintains a cross-disciplinary culture of engineers and researchers, building on the synergies between fundamental and technological research. The CEA LIST (Laboratoire d’Intégration des Systèmes et des Technologies), belongs to the Technological Research Division of CEA. It is a research institute specialised in software systems and technologies with vital societal and economic implications.
Role in the project
CEA-LIST will lead WP2 and will involve in CURSOR its Diamond Sensors Laboratory (LCD), which is very active in the field of CVD diamond growth, with skills and knowledge ranging from material and surface science to sensors and microsystems development, metrology, data analysis, simulation, and systems implementation. It has a long experience in the development of diamond based chemical sensors able to operate in harsh environments e.g. for First Aid and security applications, in line with the objectives of WP2. Additionally, CEA-LIST will be strongly involved in all dissemination activities (WP7).
Participating members in the project
Dr. Emmanuel Scorsone
Dr. Emmanuel Scorsone – Research Engineer – studied chemistry at the Glasgow Caledonian University in Scotland and graduated with a PhD in Instrumentation and Analytical Science from UMIST, Manchester, UK (2002). He gained expertise in chemical sensors while working as an academic researcher at the University of Manchester (2002-2004) and as R&D Scientist at Alphasense Ltd (2004-2006), UK. He integrated CEA in 2006 where he leads applied research activities related to chemical sensors, analytical systems and implantable devices at the CEA-LIST Institute. He is involved in many EU and national – funded projects related to smart diamond-based systems for various applications ranging from health to security. In particular, he coordinated the FP7 project SNIFFER that focused on odour monitoring for border security. He is also leading research activities with industrial contractors. He is inventor/co-inventor of 15 patents in the area of chemical sensors, implantable medical devices, and energy storage and co-author of more than 60 peer-reviewed articles in scientific journals. In CURSOR he leads WP2, and he is involved in chemical sensors development and integration.
Dr. Jocelyn Boutzen
Dr. Jocelyn Boutzen holds a Master degree in Physics, Mechanics, Civil Engineering and Electrical Engineering from Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay, and a Master degree by Research in nanotechnology from University Paris-Saclay (2016). He graduated with a PhD in instrumentation from Université Paris-Est (2019). The main objective of his doctoral studies was to develop specific instrumentation applied to the study of the retinal pigment epithelium using electrical methods. He is currently a post-doctoral researcher at CEA working full time on the CURSOR where he is in charge of integrating various chemical sensors into miniaturized robots designed to move inside debris at a disaster site, in order to help locate possible victims.
David Fras holds a technician degree in computer science from Institute Control Data (1992). He started his career at BSU, Paris, where he was in charge of IT maintenance for one year, before joining Centre de Pesage Chartres, where he has been successively Electronics Technician, head of IT installations, IT Developer, specific affairs manager, Head of after sales service. In 2019 he joined the CEA LIST institute as laboratory technician where he is involved in the development of instrumental devices, embedded systems, and IoTs.