Tuesday June 18th | 11:30 - 12:30 | Confernece Room 1 | Introduction to Sustainable IT

Planetary boundaries: challenges in measuring and reporting on Sustainable IT. Assessing the global environmental impacts of digital technology - state of the art.

Sponsored by :

Louise AUBET

Head of R&D


Louise Aubet is head of R&D at Resilio. With a Master's degree from EPFL (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) in computational sciences with a focus on environmental sciences, Louise has extensive technical knowledge of digital systems. As part of Resilio, she has managed several LCA projects for various digital services (telecoms network, cloud services, website, etc.). Louise is also coordinating the development of ResilioDB, Resilio's new dynamic environmental impact database and has been involved in writing the reference framework for assessing the environmental impact of an information system.  Resilio specialises in LCA methodology applied to digital products and services. The missions we carry out and the tools we develop all use this methodology. Our ResilioTech tool is designed to make it easier to carry out LCAs of digital services. In addition, ResilioDB, the dynamic database we are developing, is based on the LCA methodology and the 16 environmental indicators recommended by the European PEF methodology.


Founder & Manager


Cyprien co-founded Altheria, a spatial computing company that develops immersive training software.  Later on, he launched Dimeritium, a company that focuses on extending computer's lifecycle much beyond their initial scope.    

With almost a decade of experience as an entrepreneur in technology, his dream is to make a quantifiable and long-lasting impact on both education & decarbonation.


PhD Student

Université catholique de Louvain

Louis Golard is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in electrical engineering at UCLouvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, where he focuses on assessing and reducing the environmental impacts of mobile Internet access. He received his M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from UCLouvain in 2021.  Louis Golard has demonstrated interests in improving communication technologies, using transdisciplinary approaches to tackle technical challenges, and helping to build a sustainable future. His Master’s thesis has been recognized through the HERA Awards for its systemic approach and its contribution in the field of sustainable development.  Outside of his academic pursuits, he is actively engaged in ‘Ingés en Transition’, a group of researchers seeking to rethink the role of engineers in a world in transition, by actively involving engineering students in the process.

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