Concawe, Brussels, Belgium
(science executive, fuels quality and emissions)
Title of the lecture
Fleet & Fuels pathways for a carbon neutral road transport in Europe by 2050: a review of possible options
Roland Dauphin is the Science Executive for Fuels Quality and Emissions at CONCAWE, the scientific body of the European refining industry.
He holds an master’s degree from the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris and another master’s degree in engine engineering at IFP School.
He started at IFP Energies nouvelles in Engine Technology, and became project leader in Fuel / Engine Matching. In 2016, he joined TOTAL as fuel scientist, where he developed racing fuels and biofuels. He also provides courses on engines and fuels at IFP School.
Since 2019, he coordinates the research programs in the fields of fuels quality and emissions at CONCAWE and co-chairs ERTRAC’s Energy & Environment working group.
IFP : Institut Français du Pétrole
ERTRAC : European Road Transport Research Advisory Council