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Aymeric Rousseau

Interim Director of the Center for Decarbonization Solutions Deployment (CDSD)

Transportation Decarbonization


Aymeric Rousseau is the Interim Director of the Center for Decarbonization Solutions Deployment (CDSD) and the Director of the Vehicle and Mobility Systems (VMS) Department at Argonne National Laboratory.  He received his engineering diploma at the Industrial System Engineering School in La Rochelle, France in 1997 and an Executive MBA at Chicago Booth in 2019. 

For the past 25 years, he has been evaluating the impact of advanced vehicle and transportation technologies from a mobility and energy point of view including the development of Autonomie (vehicle system simulation), Aeronomie (aviation), RoadRunner (connected and automated vehicle and powertrain control) and POLARIS (large-scale transportation system simulation).

As part of CDSD, he coordinates stakeholder engagement, technical assistance and deployment related to decarbonization across Argonne and has supported the development of multiple US DOE Pathways to Liftoff reports.

In addition to leading numerous projects for private companies and US Department of Energy, Aymeric Rousseau has been providing the vehicle energy consumption analysis for the US DOT NHTSA fuel economy regulations and has authored or co-authored more than 175 papers related to transportation decarbonization.