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Poster session at the Journées Techniques Route (JTR2024): well done to the CLEAR-Doc doctoral students!

Le 8 février 2024

Congratulations to Stepan Bobrovnikov, Gerardo Gravante and Maria Camila Santos Quiñones, doctoral students in the CLEAR-Doc programme at the EASE Laboratory, Université Gustave Eiffel, who took an active part in the poster session at the Journées Techniques Route (JTR2024).

Gerardo Gravante
"A machine learning-based rolling resistance prediction model for Electric Vehicles."

Stepan Bobrovnikov
"Analysis of the mechanisms relating to tire road wear in relation to the emissions of fine particles."

Maria Camila Santos Quiñones
"Definition of experimental plan to assess the ageing resistance of model biobinders - Innovative pavement biobinder development and ageing resistance."

For more than a quarter of a century, the JTR has been the essential meeting place for French public and private players in the field of land transport infrastructure: local authorities, contracting authorities and prime contractors, construction companies, product and service suppliers, design offices, research centres, schools, etc. Every year, they take advantage of this unique opportunity to pool their experience, research and innovations in the fields of construction, maintenance, safety and operation.

Under the "JTR" brand, which they have retained, their scope has also become multimodal: they now cover road and rail infrastructures, urban and interurban, aeronautical runways and industrial tracks.

The programme is structured around a cross-cutting session and technical sessions dealing in particular with the decarbonisation of transport, heat islands, road safety and auscultation. Two short sessions will also be on the programme.

The JTR2024 was also the occasion for another edition of the "best doctoral posters" competition, sponsored by Routes de France. The competition was open to doctoral students in the public or private sector who are currently working on their thesis, or who have completed their thesis in the 12 months preceding the Journées Techniques Route. It was an opportunity for "future young professionals" to showcase their work and engage in dialogue with members of the scientific and technical community in the field of land transport infrastructure.

Université Gustave Eiffel is in charge of organising the JTRs, in association with IDRRIM and CEREMA. Other cooperative structures (professional associations and unions, clusters, etc.) are also helping to prepare the event.

Find out more about the JTR