COLLABORATIONS

KHEOPS collaborates with several organisations and research clusters.

ALLIIUM

KHEOPS is involved in Alliance pour l’innovation dans les infrastructures urbaines de mobilité (ALLIIUM), a transdisciplinary group working on urban mobility infrastructure. Nathalie Drouin is a member of the steering committee. Alice Jarry and Rafael Ziegler are members of the research committee.
 
ALLIIUM aims to promote innovative solutions to improve the well-being of communities. The alliance brings together environmental experts and researchers from Montreal. They aspire to offer creative answers to social and environmental issues caused by these infrastructures. Their first project, MétropoLigne 40, revolves around the improvement of Highway 40 and its surroundings (Montreal).

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KHEOPS, member of the BISON project Advisory Group

The Biodiversity and Infrastructure Synergies and Opportunities for European Transport Networks (BISON) project addresses the multiple challenges related to transport infrastructure and biodiversity. Based on an international partnership approach, it brings together more than 20 countries from the European Union and other partners to create a Consortium of over 43 members from various sectors (roads, railway, energy, canals, biodiversity).
 
The project aims to promote the integration of biodiversity into new and existing infrastructure by supporting governance in the transportation sector and identifying areas for scientific collaboration. 

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KHEOPS and ITTECOP present jointly a webinar series: Infrastructures and Territories: Researchers’ Perspectives from France and Québec.
 
Francophone researchers from both continents will initiate a reflection about research on infrastructure. In these distinct social, environmental and legal contexts, they will discuss the way infrastructures and their impact on territories and communities are approached, as well as its effect on the knowledge developed. They will also address the way they collaborate with stakeholders. 

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SI-CoL

KHEOPS is taking part in the development of a new practice community on sustainable infrastructure.

The Sustainable Infrastructure Community of Learners (SI-Col) was set up to share knowledge, resources and expertise with the aim of improving sustainable infrastructure practices. This initiative, which is headed up by Duke University (USA), benefits from close collaboration with the Sustainable Infrastructure Partnership created under the United Nations Environment Program

ALLIIUM

KHEOPS is involved in Alliance pour l’innovation dans les infrastructures urbaines de mobilité (ALLIIUM), a transdisciplinary group working on urban mobility infrastructure. Nathalie Drouin is a member of the steering committee. Alice Jarry and Rafael Ziegler are members of the research committee.
 
ALLIIUM aims to promote innovative solutions to improve the well-being of communities. The alliance brings together environmental experts and researchers from Montreal. They aspire to offer creative answers to social and environmental issues caused by these infrastructures. Their first project, MétropoLigne 40, revolves around the improvement of Highway 40 and its surroundings (Montreal).

logo bison

KHEOPS, member of the BISON project Advisory Group

The Biodiversity and Infrastructure Synergies and Opportunities for European Transport Networks (BISON) project addresses the multiple challenges related to transport infrastructure and biodiversity. Based on an international partnership approach, it brings together more than 20 countries from the European Union and other partners to create a Consortium of over 43 members from various sectors (roads, railway, energy, canals, biodiversity).
 
The project aims to promote the integration of biodiversity into new and existing infrastructure by supporting governance in the transportation sector and identifying areas for scientific collaboration. 

logo bison

KHEOPS and ITTECOP present jointly a webinar series: Infrastructures and Territories: Researchers’ Perspectives from France and Québec.
 
Francophone researchers from both continents will initiate a reflection about research on infrastructure. In these distinct social, environmental and legal contexts, they will discuss the way infrastructures and their impact on territories and communities are approached, as well as its effect on the knowledge developed. They will also address the way they collaborate with stakeholders. 

Learn more >>

SI-CoL

KHEOPS is taking part in the development of a new practice community on sustainable infrastructure.

The Sustainable Infrastructure Community of Learners (SI-Col) was set up to share knowledge, resources and expertise with the aim of improving sustainable infrastructure practices. This initiative, which is headed up by Duke University (USA), benefits from close collaboration with the Sustainable Infrastructure Partnership created under the United Nations Environment Program