Specialized Master on Combustion, Electric and Hybrid Powertrains
Ludivine joined IFP School in 2012 as a Lecturer in the Powertrains and Sustainable Mobility Center. She is the Supervisor of the Combustion, Electric and Hybrid Powertrains Specialized Master program in partnership with IFP Training. She coordinates several teaching units within the Energy and Powertrains, Energy and Products and Powertrain Engineering programs. She teaches Motor Fuels and Lubricants at IFP School and IFP Training. She took part in two of the three MOOCs of the School: "Tomorrow's Mobility: Sustainable Technologies for the Automotive Sector" and "Oil and Gas: from Exploration to Distribution". She also set up the Innovation and Entrepreneurship module at the School. She is currently the IFP School Disability Advisor.
Ludivine began her career in 2005 at the Total Research Center in Solaize, where she worked as a Research Engineer in the field of vehicle lubricants. Two years later, she joined the Department of Fuels, Lubricants and Emissions at IFP Energies nouvelles. Her research focuses on matching Engines and Fuels in the field of Biodiesel and Biokerosene. Co-author of twenty scientific articles, she represents IFPEN within several standardization groups.
Having graduated from ENSCP (Chimie ParisTech) in 2001, Ludivine Pidol submitted her Doctoral Thesis on the Chemical Physics of Materials in partnership with Saint-Gobain in 2004. She received the ParisTech Thesis Award for her work.