Task 4 of the goals contract

The goal of Task 4 is to propose more sustainable spatial planning solutions. More precisely, it involves research into the relationship between areas and public policy and into logistical systems and systems of production, analyzing urban phenomena and interactions with the natural environment in order to improve the models that deal with hazards and safety in large areas.

The 4 goals of this task are as follows:

  • R-4A: To analyse, model and assess the links between areas, networks, mobility and public policy
  • R-4B: To analyse, model and evaluate the interactions between cities, networks and natural environments
  • R-4C: To analyse, model and evaluate the relationships between logistical systems, production systems and areas
  • R-4D: To characterize, evaluate and manage crises, risks and safety in large areas


Éléments de programmation 2017

Le programme de recherche et de développement de l'IFSTTAR 2017

Éléments de bilan et de programmation 2016

Le programme est exposé selon trois rubriques :

  • les livrables phares 2016 prévus dans le COP, p.52 [.pdf]
  • une illustration de projets à lancer en 2016 ou lancés fin 2015, p.52 à 60
  • les outils incitatifs (collaboration de recherche, réseau et initiative ciblée) à lancer en 2016.

Appraisal and planning information 2015

IFSTTAR’s research and development programme was approved by its Scientific Council on 17 March 2015 :

By their nature, the research topics covered by IFSTTAR are cross-cutting and multidisplinary. Research also needs initiatives and trials in order to develop innovative ideas. This is why IFSTTAR has put in place cross-cutting activities and incentivized programmes.

The incentivised arrangements that are part of IFSTTAR’s own research programme or that which is run jointly with CEREMA are as follows :

  • GERI IFSTTAR Research and Discussion Groups
  • ORSI Strategic and Incentivized Research Operations
  • R2i IFSTAAR Incentivized Research

Appraisal and planning information for 2014

IFSTTAR's research and development programme was validated by the Scientific Council on 20 March 2014 :