Loïc Vadelorge, professor of modern history
Loïc Vagelorge has been a professor of modern history at Gustave Eiffel University since 2012, after having taught successively at the University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin and Paris 13. His work focuses on modern urban history (20th and 21st century). He was director of the ACP laboratory from 2013 to 2019 and is since 2019 the scientific leader of the LabEx Futurs Urbains, which is supported by Gustave Eiffel University and involves a variety of partners.
Giliane Odin : lecturer at the Geomaterials and Environment Laboratory
"Multidisciplinarity is an essential quality of my research. After studies focused on physical chemistry and analytical chemistry, I became familiar with materials science and paleontology during my thesis."
- Loïc Vadelorge, professor of modern history
- Giliane Odin : lecturer at the Geomaterials and Environment Laboratory