Laurent Drouet is a senior scientist at EIEE.
He holds a PhD in Economics and Social Sciences from the University of Geneva, Switzerland and a Master in Applied Mathematics from the Institute of Applied Mathematics of Angers, France.
In 2006-2009, he was postdoctoral research fellow in the Research Lab of Economics and Environmental Management at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland. In 2009-2012, he was a researcher at the Public Research Center Tudor, Luxembourg.
From 2012 to 2018, he was a senior researcher at Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM). He developed algorithms to couple models of different kind (ie, economy vs climate, air pollution vs energy systems) in an optimization framework.
He also developed an open-source energy systems model ETEM which he implemented for Luxembourg. He currently co-leads the development of the WITCH model. He was involved in the implementation of many model components: energy system, economy, land-use, climate, air pollution, mitigation options and impacts.
- Integrated assessment model diagnostics: key indicators and model evolution
- A Satisficing Framework for Environmental Policy Under Model Uncertainty
- Air quality and health implications of 1.5–2°C climate pathways under considerations of ageing population: A multi-model scenario analysis
- The Energy Modeling Forum (EMF)-30 study on short-lived climate forcers: introduction and overview
- Impact of methane and black carbon mitigation on forcing and temperature: a multi-model scenario analysis
- Reply to “High energy and materials requirement for direct air capture calls for further analysis and R&D”
- Taking stock of national climate policies to evaluate implementation of the Paris Agreement
- Economy-wide effects of coastal flooding due to sea level rise: A multi-model simultaneous treatment of mitigation, adaptation, and residual impacts
- Building Risk into the Mitigation/Adaptation Decisions simulated by Integrated Assessment Models
- Contribution of the land sector to a 1.5°C World