Marc is a coach for the H2020 SME instrument programme. Graduated from ESTACA, he is the founder of Euroquality, company created in 1997, after 15 years working in research and high technologies. He started his career in the French department of Defense where he was in charge of research programmes regarding security of plane pilots and military equipments for helicopters. He worked later on for Défense Conseil International (DCI) in the field of management of international programmes for armament. Since 1997, he has prepared and management numerous research projects, has supported innovative companies and has also created an associated company in Bulgaria, Europroject. He is currently CEO of both Euroquality and Europroject.
Currently manager of the H2020 WINETWORK project, Barthélémy graduated from the ENSCR Rennes (National School of Chemistry in Rennes). He positions himself as an expert in analytical chemistry and environment sciences. Barthélémy started his career in the MTM laboratory of the Örebo University in Sweden where he worked on development of Persistent Organic Pollutants detection process by GC-MS in the framework of the Stockholm Convention. He has worked for Euroquality since 2011 and he is nowadays chief of the Environment – Energy – Sustainable Development department. He has strong competences in environmental management, environmental law and sustainable development. In addition, Barthélémy has developed a strong expertise in the agricultural sector and in particular in viticulture.
Involved in the H2020 IMPRESSIVE, GIFT and S-PARCS projects, Yannick is also assisting the coordinator of LIFE FARBioTY project in the management. Head of the Energy Unit in Euroquality, Yannick has a Master’s degree in Energy Engineering from Grenoble INP – Ense3, a French leading school in energy, water and environmental issues, with a specialisation in Energy Systems and Associated Markets, particularly in the renewable sector. He then got a Master’s degree in Political Sciences to better understand the links between the technical issues and the socio-economic ones as well as the European stakes. After an internship in the United States in 2014 working on renewable energies, Yannick joined Euroquality’s team to support the environment department and widen the expertise towards energy projects.
Manager of the H2020 EU-China-Safe project, Cécile is also ethics evaluator for the H2020 programme. She graduated with a Master Degree in Physiology and obtained her PhD in Physiology and Pathophysiology at Pierre and Marie Curie University – Paris, France. She has over 10 years of experience in managing preclinical and clinical research projects in academic laboratories (France, USA), as well as in regulatory writing in the Biotechnology Industry (Belgium). Cécile is connected with EU funded projects for over 7 years, first as a project partner and now as a project manager at Euroquality in the Food and Health sectors.
Emilie obtained her double PhD in Neuroscience and Pharmaceutical innovation at Angers University, France and Santiago de Compostela University, Spain. She completed her training with a certification in management and strategy consulting at the FAC FOR PRO school, Paris, France. After having worked in a project funded by the EU for 3 years, Emilie joined Euroquality in support of the Health and Agri-Food Department to bring her project management skills and scientific knowledge in biotechnologies and nanotechnologies.
Etienne has a Master’s degree in General Engineering from the Ecole Centrale de Lyon, a French leading engineering school, with a specialisation Mathematics and Decision. He experienced various fields such as the building sector where he was a workmen manager or production control and logistics in Thailand. He joined Euroquality in April 2017 and supports clients in European projects setting up and management in the energy and environment sectors.
Julie got a Master’s degree in green chemistry and environmental biotechnologies from ECPM (European school of Chemistry, Polymers and Materials in Strasbourg) and from ESBS (Biotechnology Master’s school of Strasbourg) as well as a MBA in administration management. She experienced various research field as analytical chemistry (proteomic and metabolomic sciences) and also hydrogen production from the valorization of wine industry wastes. Julie joined the environment department of Euroquality in February 2017 and supports clients in European projects setting up and management.
Engineer specialised in agronomy and sustainable development of rural territories (AGROCAMPUS-OUEST), Suzon took part in numerous projects of sustainable development and social and circular economy in rural territories (Côte d’Emeraude, Vexin Français regional nature park, transnational nature park of Vosges du Nord – Naturpark Pfälzerwald). Her competencies are also applicable to agriculture and the agroindustry, in which she participated to a study on the perception of sustainable development in the pork production value chain. Suzon joined the Environment division of Euroquality in February 2018 and is working on the setting up of innovative and collaborative European projects, with a focus on these topics.
Doris has a Master’s degree in European Affairs from Sciences Po Paris. She has been working on EU-funded programmes and projects since 2013: first as a Programme Officer at the Croatian Erasmus+ Agency, then as an EU funds training manager, specialized in e-learning solutions. She joined Euroquality in 2018 and is working on socio-economic projects in the areas of gender equality, ICT and entrepreneurship. She is currently involved in Erasmus+ VIFRE and EPEP projects.
Clémence got a double master’s degrees in international development from the Clermont-Ferrand School of Economics and a MBA in engineering and environmental management at the Mines de Paris. Clémence spent 4 years in the field of urban development, climate change adaptation and carbon accounting in a national agency in Guadeloupe and mainland France. In particular, she coordinated a European LIFE project aimed at harmonizing carbon accounting practices in Europe. Clémence joined Euroquality in 2018 where she is responsible for the setting-up of European research and innovation projects within the environment department.
Sergey is a medical doctor with a PhD degree in public health and occupational medicine, obtained from the University of Paris-Saclay. He has experience of working in public sector and managing complex inderdisciplinary European and international projects (France, Russia, Israel, USA). He was particularly involved in the FP7 Euratom CURE project (Concerted Uranium Research in Europe) and in the Task Group 64 at the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) to develop radiation protection recommendations of nuclear workers. Sergey joined Euroquality in October 2018 as a project manager to support clients clients in setting up and managing projects in the area of health and agrifood.