Environment & Energy

The 2018 World Economic Forum highlighted several challenges faced by Earth systems: climate change, biodiversity and conservation, healthy oceans, water security, weather and disaster resilience. Taken together, these issues raise an urgent global challenge and require developments of AI methodologies in an interdisciplinary framework. The environment chairs of MIAI contributes to addressing all these challenges. It deals notably with the monitoring of species interactions which are impacted by climate change, the mitigation of natural disasters, the prediction of natural hazards, the forecasting of the ocean circulation and the monitoring of large hydraulic structures. Moreover, decarbonising the energy is a key issue to preserve the environment, a problem we address through the development of new technologies for smart grids.
  • Michel Campillo & Olivier Michel - Geophysical applications of AI for natural hazard and georesources 
  • Jocelyn Chanussot & Wilfried Thuiller - Multiscale, multimodal and multitemporal remote sensing 
  • Nouredine Hadj-Said - funded by Univ. Grenoble Alpes - Artificial intelligence for Smart Grids 
Published on  December 5, 2023
Updated on December 5, 2023